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Wilderness Ranch
Our community in the Idaho mountains

This Web site serves as an information resource for Wilderness Ranch owners and residents as well as those interested in our community.

~ News & Alerts ~
Public Education for Lead-5-9-17
Posted on May 9th, 2017
WROA found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some homes/buildings. Please read this notice closely: Link

~ Wilderness Watch Newsletter ~
Click on the link to view the October 2017 issue of the Wilderness Watch newsletter.
Articles and SpeakOut! letters for the November issue of Wilderness Watch are being accepted until November 5. Contact the Communications Committee if you have an article or letter to submit.
Back issues of Wilderness Watch can be found on the Communications page.


~ Upcoming Events/Meetings ~
Water Committee Meeting
Tuesday, November 7th, 6:00 PM at Meeting Room
Road Committee Meeting
Tuesday, November 7th, 7:00 PM at Meeting Room
Water Committee Meeting
Tuesday, December 5th, 6:00 PM at Meeting Room
Road Committee Meeting
Tuesday, December 5th, 7:00 PM at Meeting Room

~ Ranch Hands ~
You can be a Ranch Hand without joining a committee or coming to a meeting -- simply be a good neighbor!
Winter is on the way! Be ready for the first and subsequent snow falls by taking the following actions:
  • Mount snow tires on your vehicle.
  • Have snow chains at the ready, and know how to put them on your vehicle.
  • Schedule extra time to get down the hill and back home again . . . just in case.
  • Drive slowly, stay off the brakes, yield to vehicles traveling uphill (in most cases) and keep out of the way of the plows.
  • Remember, Rush Creek Parking is only allowed in marked, designated areas and is limited to 48 hours.
  • Be patient with fellow drivers and the road crews. We're all in this together!
If you see something that needs doing, such such as shoveling and sanding the steps at the Mail Center, than jump in and do it. If it's something you're unable or unwilling to take on yourself, then contact a member of the appropriate committee.

~ Firewise Tips & Tools ~
  • Rake and remove pine needles and dry leaves within minimum of 3 to 5 feet from your home’s foundation.
  • Collect downed tree limbs and broken branches and take them to the woody debris dump site (intersection of Meadow Lane and Wilderness Way).
  • Limb up lower tree branches to eliminate ladder fuels.
  • Develop and practice a home evacuation plan.
  • Become a member of the Wilderness Ranch Firewise Committee.