Welcome to the Cold Springs Property Owners Association Website.

The beautiful Sierra high country

Cold Springs is located at 5,630 feet, in the Sonora Pass of the Sierras. It is the gateway to the High Sierra, including the beautiful Emigrant Wilderness, Pinecrest Lake and Dodge Ridge Ski Resort.

The mission of the Association is to represent and promote the highest interests of  property owners and to provide property owners the information they need to  responsibly use, preserve and protect the quality of life that is the essence of Cold  Springs and our common interest in it.

This site was developed to:

  • Provide a convenient location where property owners and their family, friends and guests can find information about the surrounding area;
  • Provide a strong communications between the property owners and the Board members of the Association;
  • Provide awareness of County, zoning, water, and Forest Service issues.

Use the links to the right to get the latest news and events in our wonderful region. The links above will tell you more about us and our association.


  1. Chris
    Posted August 18, 2013 at 7:27 pm | Permalink

    I just want to say hi to everyone. I have just purchased a home in the area. Looking forward to meeting you , Chris W.

    • David Meidinger
      Posted September 7, 2013 at 3:59 pm | Permalink

      Welcome to Cold Springs Chris. My wife Jeannine and I have had a place in CS for 11 years now and love it. We get there as often as possible. We walk a lot around Lassen so may run into you. Congrats on your new home. David

  2. Jeff Kerns
    Posted August 31, 2013 at 9:06 pm | Permalink

    Rim Fire Update, 8/31/13: Cold Springs Water Company staff has been in contact with Cal Fire on a daily basis since the Rim Fire has been a threat to our area. We have met with Cal Fire officials and provided them with maps of the Cold Springs and Peter Pam areas which include hydrant and water tank locations. Like a lot of you, we also have been providing them with local knowledge they need to protect our area. We have also rented and installed a 45KW generator for the Peter Pam well that will allow us to pump water to keep the tanks full and hydrants charged if the fire were to interrupt PGE’s ability to provide power. Each day brings more containment of the Rim Fire, however we are not out of the woods yet. We also want to thank the staffs at Cold Springs Realty and Cold Springs Market. They have been answering your phone calls, providing local knowledge to the firefighters and many other helpful tasks during this emergency. Thank you Cold Springs Realty and Cold Springs Market!

  3. Michael Wilkinson
    Posted September 6, 2013 at 9:22 pm | Permalink

    The RIM fire is a grave reminder that we live in a very hazardous part of the sierras. I would sure encourage some type of cold springs community communication plan for these types of situations, where reverse 911 will not help those of us who don’t live here full time. Any interest?

    • Bob & Sue Ackerman
      Posted September 7, 2013 at 8:45 pm | Permalink

      Hi Mike, We are also interested. We need a phone tree where each person notifies so many people. the first people would need to be from permanent residents. just a thought.

  4. Bob & Sue Ackerman
    Posted September 7, 2013 at 8:41 pm | Permalink

    We dodged a bullet, but I have seen a neighbor on Old Mono Rd. dump brush in the forest at the end of Old Mono. I also saw a paid cleanup guy dump brush at the end of Old Mono. I called the forest station and Cal Fire when this happened last Summer. Next time I will give the addresses that the brush is coming from. This is adding fuel to a potential fire that will burn your, and our cabin, down….

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