Please Review Your Property Insurance Now

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Fire season has promised to be fierce in the White Mountains this year. Property insurers are an odd bunch. For some reason, they don’t like to issue new policies or make changes to existing policies while a fire is raging in the area of the subject property. If you are satisfied with your current coverage and believe it is sufficient there is nothing you need to do.

If your insurance policy is set to renew shortly or if you have decided to make changes, it would be wise to contact your insurance carrier sooner rather than later to discuss any modifications you might like to make. In the event of a forest fire, insurance underwriters use a large radius to make decisions as to whether they will insure a property or alter current coverage.

Protect your home and possessions with the proper amount of insurance. Protect yourselves by becoming familiar with the Risk Awareness Committee’s Fire Safety Plan. Their guidelines are forthcoming. We will be posting events and links on this blog.

Stay safe out there.

FIRE SAFETY PLAN – Clarification on Signing up for email and text alerts

There seems to be some confusion about how to sign up for alerts. The procedure is:


§  Go to google and type in “Ready Navajo County”

§  On the next screen, click on Ready Navajo County

§  Scroll down to where it says sign in to your account

§  Since you do not yet have an account, click on sign up 

§  Provide the required information

§  On the next screen provide how you want to be contacted (email and text highly recommended)

§  Read the additional information on the website about the notification system


§  After completing Step 1

§  Send an email to the committee at

§  Include the following information in your email

o   Last Name, First Name

o   Mobile phone number

o   Street address

o   Lot number

Note 1: The RA Committee does not sign you up for the Navajo County Alerts. You must do this as shown above under Step 1. The Committee will make sure you receive WMVV alerts when you complete Step 2 with all the information requested. This information is for internal use only and will not be provided to anyone else.

Note 2: It is highly recommended that each individual at each lot sign up for both email and text alerts. This will make sure everyone receives both Navajo County and WMVV email and text alerts whether they are at the lot or not.

Note 3: If you have completed both Steps 1 and 2, thank you and you do not have to do anything. If you have previously sent an email to but did not sign up at Navajo County first, start over and complete both steps 1 and 2.

The RA Committee thanks all of you who have signed up for the alert system.