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With a community as large as Crooked River Ranch and so many things to do, keeping up on what's happening can be challenging. Here are a few tools we hope will help you stay informed!
Our monthly newsletter, the Telegraph, is full of information regarding life on the Ranch, important business information, history, and upcoming events. It is mailed to Ranch residents and is posted on our website.
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend our monthly Work Sessions (1st Mondays @10:00 am) and Meetings (3rd Mondays @ 6:00 pm) in the Juniper Room. But if you can't attend, we post the agendas and minutes under the Current News section of our Home page and on the Board Meetings page. Our Board Members are also available to answer your questions - just visit their web page to get more acquainted with them and get their contact information.
Phase Rep Emails
If you're a Ranch resident, please take advantage of our Phase Rep email program. The program has undergone many changes and we continue to modify our messages based on feedback from our residents. This email system is designed to keep you apprised of upcoming Ranch events, meetings, and other important notices that affect residents or that our Phase Reps determine would be of interest to our residents. This email system is never used for solicitations and your information will not be shared. If you would like to be added to the list, please call the office at 541-548-8939 or use the Contacts page to send us your contact information.
Another great way to be in the know, is to get involved! There are lots of committees doing great things here on the Ranch. If you're interested in what some of them are doing, you are welcome to attend their meetings. Many of the committees are actively seeking new members and welcome input from our residents!
Crooked River Ranch Fire & Rescue would like all Ranch residents to register their phone numbers with our local 9-1-1 dispatching agency in case there's an emergency on the Ranch that requires evacuation or something similar. In the event of an emergency, Deschutes County officials can identify an affected geographic area and, if necessary, send a message that describes the situation and recommend protective actions residents should take.