Welcome to Mountain Meadows

  • ViEW OF THE VALLEY 
  • THE CLUBHOUSE 
  • UPPER PARK 
  • HALLOWEEN VISITORS 
  • WELCOME HOME 
  • HOME ON THE CORNER 
  • VIEW OF MT. ASHLAND 
  • FRIENDS 
  • COMMUNITY GARDEN 
  • FALL COLORS 
  • WINTER EVENING
     WINTER EVENING

Mountain Meadows is an award-winning, resident-owned, 55+ active retirement community in Ashland, Oregon.
Nestled in Southern Oregon's scenic Rogue Valley, home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University, 
Ashland is a center for music, art, theater, and outdoor activities.

News

Planning for Life's Inevitabilities
Cheri Elson Sperber, joins us for another informative presentation this Thursday, November 16, from 2 -3:30PM, in the Mt. Ashland Room. Cheri will walk us through how to: 1) Create a comprehensive estate plan 2) Discuss the importance of advance planning...

It's Theatre Time
Interested in taking part in the next MM Theatre Group production? Readers, stage crew, publicists are all needed and welcome. If that sounds like fun to you, please attend the organizational meeting on Thursday, November 16, at 3:30 PM, in the Jefferson Room..

Call for Candidates
We Own It, We Love It, We Run It. Now we need you to get involved. MMOA is seeking interested and qualified resident owners to run for election to the Board of Directors. Two three-year positions will be up for election at the annual meeting in January. Fresh ideas and positive energy benefit our entire community, and your participation is crucial to our success...

Final Call for "The Lark" Submissions
Submission for the winter edition of The Lark, our resident created literary magazine, are now being accepted, and must be received by Wednesday, November 15... 

Check out the November Birthdays!
Birthdays for the month of November can be found under the menu tab "About Us."

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  THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN'
More than a year ago, the MMOA Board appointed a task force to look ahead—to envision Mountain Meadows in the future. The past year has been spent assessing where we are and what, if anything, needs changing or updating. In July, the Board approved the hiring of consultant, Ed Claausen, and the task force began exploring the possibility of seeking community input through a questionnaire.

It was Jeremy Dailey who asked, "What do we hope to achieve with this questionnaire? Is there a more effective way to get input from the community?" His questions opened the door to new options, and Community Conversations bubbled to the surface. How much better it would be to sit together and generate ideas for the future! What drew us here? What keeps us here? What do we need/want that isn't available? What will future retirees desire/require that are not available now? Ed helped us to create questions to present to residents in three different Community Conversations. In all, more than 100 of our residents participated in the sessions. 

The responses were thoughtful and creative and have provided a rich resource for identifying opportunities to make Mountain Meadows even more attractive and more responsive to the needs of the residents. We are also looking forward with the perspective of future generations in mind.

The task force is processing your feedback and will be sharing the information with you. We look forward to engaging you in the process of working for the future of our exceptional community.

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