Mi Wuk Area Homeowners Association
Welcome to the Mi Wuk Area Homeowners Association (MAHA) website. Here you will find information on the happenings in Mi Wuk Village. Use the tabs above to navigate throughout the site.
There is information on our “Little Library in the Woods” as well as a calendar of events for the Mi Wuk Community Center. For those of you who live out of town, we’ve provided helpful links to the latest traffic and weather. A handy list of phone numbers for our village is also included.
Please bookmark this site and check back frequently as we will do our best to keep you updated on a regular basis.
Thank You Firefighters for stopping the Rim Fire!!
The Rim Fire is fully contained! It took nearly two months to contain this wildfire that was cause by a hunter's illegal campfire. It will take a good amount of rain to fully extinguish all the hot spots. Meanwhile, the Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) implementation team continues to assess needs and implement emergency stabilization measures. Within burned areas the recommended BAER treatments include:
- Improving road drainage and stormproofing roads at risk of failure from increased flooding.
- Stabilizing and repairing trails.
- Monitoring for and treating invasive weeds.
- Providing safety emergency signs.
- Mulching and chipping to protect fragile soils.
The wildfire increased the potential for increased flooding mud and debris flows that could impact ranches structures roads and other infrastructure within adjacent to and downstream from the burned area. Winter in the Sierra Nevada region can bring heavy rain storms and residents and visitors should remain alert to possible flooding when travelling along roads downstream from the burned area of the Rim Fire.
Tuolumne County Office of Emergency Services promotes preparedness through its emergency services program to assist the county prepare for respond appropriately to and quickly recover from natural emergencies that may impact county residents. Tuolumne County communities can register to receive important notices and alerts during emergencies by clicking this link to the Tuolumne County Alert Center.
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