Dogwood Mountain Homeowners Association
Fruits & Flowers of Dogwood

Welcome. Dogwood Mountain is a subdivision in the Sierra Nevada near Shaver Lake, California. This web site serves property owners and their guests.

new upper entrance sign
Upper entrance sign 2014-2020
(Destroyed in Creek fire)
new lower entrance sign
Lower entrance sign 2011


Board Meeting

The Dogwood Mountain Homeowners Board met on Aug 8. The minutes of the Board meeting are available online.

Annual Homeowner Meeting

On June 26, 2021, we met at the Historical Museum. Read more details, including the minutes.

Tree Removal Grant

The Highway 168 Fire Safe Council is offering a grant program for removing trees damaged by the Creek Fire. You can learn more and apply for this program at this web page.

The Creek Fire

The Creek Fire started Sep 4, 2020. You can find more information at the Sierra National Forest and Sierra 911 Info Facebook groups. Sierra National Forest declared the fire 100% contained on Dec 24 and announced the cause of the fire as “undetermined” on Jul 16, 2021.

Shaver Strong logo
-Elee Helzer

Public Safety Announcement

If you believe that there is a code or zoning violation affecting Dogwood Mountain subdivision residents, the Fresno County Development Services Division processes violations of the County Building Code and Zoning Ordinance on a “complaint” basis. Please select this link (PDF) to complete a complaint form.

You may also check the Dogwood Mountain covenants, created at the time of incorporation, to see what is allowed by our homeowners association:

Association Documents

For your convenience, copies of the Association legal documents (CC&Rs) are now available in our About Dogwood page.


The National Weather Service at Hanford provides forecasts for Shaver Lake and automated weather observations from a location near Shaver Lake.

Sierra Marina operates a weather station and a Web Camera on the lake.