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Properties for Sale by TRLA


These properties are available to everyone to bid:

McKinley Unit 8 Block 25 Lot 4 $6800 (Under Contract)

Mckinley  Unit 5 Block 10 Lot 22  Cottonwood Dr $15000 (Negotiable)

If interested, please contact Steve Wills at 505-783-2457 for information.

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McKinley County CodeRed Emergency Notification Service

Cibola County CodeRed Emergency Notification Service

Current Fiscal year 2020-2021

TRLA Board Meeting Schedule

@TCC Ranch House 10:00 AM

(3rd Saturday of every month except where noted *)

*February 29, 2020

March 21, 2020

April 18, 2020

May 16 Annual Meeting

(Dates in June - October are suggested based on 3rd. Saturday of each month model)

June 20, 2020

July 18, 2020

August 15, 2020

September 19, 2020

October 17, 2020

No Board meetings in:   November, December, and January.

Home Business Documents Emergency Fire Mitigation Forms Timberlake Times Volunteers Everything Else Rules and Regulations

Important Announcements - Updated 2/13/2020

Webmaster - Wayne Ramm


TRLA ANNUAL NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH GROUP MEETING MINUTES



From the Webmaster


Timberlake Ranch has keys!!!Keys, many and they actually work. Just wanted to share. Forms are on the website. Call Steve Wills 505-783-2457


Latest edition of the Timberlake Newsletter


Posting on Criminal Trespass posted August 2016 (from page 33 of the NM Hunting Rules & Info Pamphlet for 2016-2017)


Newly updated and more inclusive information on:
Emergency Evacuation & Neighborhood Watch topics

Please be diligent with your projects, your surroundings and your environment.  

Remember: be safe and if you "See Something say Something"


If you see smoke call 911 and report its location.


Book Room is OPEN - Tuesdays , 1-3pm at the Ranch House Community Center for the summer season.

The history of Timberlake Ranch

The New Equipment Building (7/10/2017)

Restoration and Renovation of the Ranch House  (5/16/2017)

The Rest of the Story

Thinking About Building?

Zuni Transfer Station update

Gallup Recyclng - how to…


The Timberlake Volunteer Fire Department is asking for your cooperation in not using the cut across through their parking lot to Wolf Road from the mailboxes. This has become a major safety issue for fire equipment/personnel and includes all vehicles such as cars, trucks, ATVs and UTVs.  

On December 28th the Timberlake Volunteer Fire Department successfully burned both monster brush piles to the south of the Ranch House Community Center.  Weather conditions were finally optimal.  The brush pile had to be closed late fall due to the tremendous amount of heavy fuel load removed from 10 miles of sideroad easements.  Thank you to Isaac Wilson Julie Farrell, Rick Farrell, Kathy Waller, Dale Waller, Cheri Sanders, Bill Sanders, Andy Wilson, Ryas Wilson and photographer Wade Aubuchon.


CONGRATULATIONS to our local Ramah post office. They recently were #1 in their District (New Mexico and Arizona) for their size of post office.  Revenue, customer service and scanning was the criteria for winning.  Did you know that they even handle more packages than the Gallup post office?  Special thanks and appreciation goes to our very own Pam Mansperger and her boss Lisa.


IMPORTANT TIME-SENSITIVE COMMUNICATION


BATH HOUSE AND WELL TO BE

CLOSED NOVEMBER 1, 2019 TO APRIL 1, 2020


BURN PILE WILL BE

CLOSED DECEMBER 1. 2019 TO OPEN EARLY SPRING 2020


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Forest Mitigation Sub-Committee

For information on Fire Mitigation click on Fire Mitigation button

NOTICE:

Continental Divide will be out trimming trees along all power lines

in Timberlake, starting March 1st (weather permitting).  They will be working all summer.  They will be creating neat piles of the trimmings along their right-of-way.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact Steve Wills, TRLA president, at 783-2457 or TRLApresident@gmail.com.  He will be the interface to Continental Divide.  The tree trimmers are contractors and are just doing what they are hired to do.


Living with Poisonous/Non-Poisonous Reptiles in New Mexico

Living With Large Predators in New Mexico

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION

ALWAYS call 911 first with any emergency and give the operator the County you live in and then Timberlake subdivision north of Ramah, NM.  We are in District 55 for fire emergencies.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

From the Fire Mitigation Committee

Cibola County is currently updating their CWPP Plan (Community Wildfire Protection Plan) from 2006.  Even if you live in McKinley County the Fire Mitigation Committee would appreciate your help by filling out a survey at:

www.foreststewardsguild.org/cibola-cwpp

You can read the entire CWPP Plan from this website.  Also, if you would like to attend the public meeting on February 26th at 5:30 p.m. in Grants, please contact Mary Jo Wallen at 505-269-5022 or Mrsdw19dw@aol.com.  There will also be a follow-up meeting sometime in May after the results of the survey and meeting are compiled.

The CWPP helps residents and emergency managers of Cibola County set priorities to prepare for wildfire.  In reviewing the 2006 Plan it is evident that Timberlake was not mentioned that much, so we need to have our voices heard now.  One-third of the lots in Timberlake are in Cibola County (262 out of 743).   When you open the page, go down to the bottom and click on “Public Survey”.  It should only take about 15 minutes.  We would like to offer at least two suggestions: (1) Mention that we only have one-way in and one-way out in case of a fire or medical emergency and ask that Cibola and the BIA work on an agreement to fix/maintain the BIA portion of our road. (2) Ask that more grants be made available for landowners to mitigate their property.

As we reported last year, the updated McKinley County CWPP reported that Timberlake was one of eight areas in the County at a high risk for major crown fires.  

There is also a Zuni Mountain Collaborative meeting in Grants on February 12th from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The meeting will address (1) The future of collaboration in the Zuni Mountains (2) Updates on monitoring and outreach (3) The status of restoration treatment implementation from 2019.  Email gabe@forestguild.org by February 7th if you plan to attend and visit www.zunimountainscollaborative.org for more information.