Potawatomi Property Owners Association

NOTICE:  The September Board of Directors Meeting has been rescheduled from September 22nd to September 15th. Same Location

5th Annual Discover Potawatomi Picnic

 

Bring your memories and photos of the Potawatomi

DON’T FORGET YOUR LAWN CHAIRS!

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Potawatomi Property Owners Association

Welcome to the Potawatomi Property Owners Association (PPOA) website.

Our goal is to provide Potawatomi home owners, visitors, cabin and campground renters, local and regional sponsors with a centralized place to easily access information about our area, our association, upcoming events, and our participation in Firewise.  It provides a communication mechanism to send a message to Board members. Visitors can:

  • request Potawatomi cabin and campground reservations
    • view specific accommodations about each cabin
    • view which cabins are booked
    • submit your booking request
  • sign-up for our Potawatomi Property Owners Association information monthly newsletter, The Drumbeat.
  • view upcoming events
  • view maps of our area
  • learn about Potawatomi Property Owners Association’s participation in Firewise
    • participate in Firewise activities
    • view what a Firewise property looks like
  • keep up-to-date on Potawatomi Property Owners Association’s meetings and minutes

We welcome your input and feedback.  Just click here to send us a message or inquiry.

WE ARE A FIREWISE COMMUNITY

Potawatomi Property Owners Association Firewise Community Logo

Potawatomi Property Owners Association Firewise Community Logo

Click here to learn more about how to keep your property fire wise.

Firewise.org reports, “Scientific research has shown the effectiveness and benefits of implementing wildfire mitigation concepts across individual property boundaries and throughout communities.”

The Firewise Communities/USA Recognition Program is a process that empowers neighbors to work together in reducing their wildfire risk. Join the growing network of more than 1,028 recognized Firewise communities taking action and ownership in preparing and protecting their homes against the threat of wildfire.