Upcoming Meetings / Events
Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Thursday
7.25.2024 at Christ the King Church
ACC Meeting, 5:00pm, Tuesday
8.6.2024 at Nanini Library
ACC Meeting, 5:00pm, Tuesday
9.3.2024 at Nanini Library
Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Thursday
9.26.2024 at Christ the King Church
ACC Meeting, 5:00pm, Tuesday
10.1.2024 at Nanini Library
Annual Meeting, 6:30pm, Thursday
10.24.2024 at Christ the King Church

7am - Noon, Saturday, Date TBD
ACC Meeting, 5:00pm, Tuesday
11.5.2024 at Nanini Library
ACC Meeting, 5:00pm, Tuesday
12.3.2024 at Nanini Library
Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Thursday
2.5.2024 at Christ the King Church
Board of Directors
Amelia Cruz ('24) & President
Fonda Thompson ('25) & Vice Pres
Howard Buehler ('25) & Sec / Treas

Architectural Control Committee
Amelia Cruz, Chair
Please keep in mind that changes to
the outside appearance of your property
require prior approval.    
ACC Standards
Project Application Form      Paint Colors
Nominating Committee
Amelia Cruz, Chair
Board Application Form

Managing Agent

6840 N Oracle Rd., Suite 130
Tucson, AZ 85704
Phone: 520 / 742-5674
Fax: 520 / 742-1523
Corena Selwitschka
Email to: aazcst@associa.us
Account Information (TownSq)
Pay Dues (Bank Direct)
Dues Autopay Enrollment Form
Living Better Blog  POPULAR
Key Community Events
Annual Meeting - Late October
Yard Sale - Late Oct / Early Nov
Bulk Trash Pickup - April 25
Dues are due - Jan & July 1st
Special Events - As Listed
Trash & Recycle Tips
Included in dues. Both picked
up on Thursdays (
Fridays if
Holiday). Larger recycle (tips)
or damaged bins replaced
free; extras are $4 per month -
arrange both through Associa.
Containers out no earlier than
the evening before and away by
the evening of the pickup day.
Annual Meeting & Board Election, Held on October 26, 2023
At Christ the King Church, 2800 W. Ina Road.
This Annual Homeowners' meeting featured a special guest, Mr. Rex Scott,
Supervisor, Pima County District 1.
Fonda Thompson was elected to the Board.
Welcome to Our
Electronic Home
One of the Northwest Side’s ‘Best Kept Secrets’

We're close to everything Tucson has to offer… Pima Community College, YMCA, Pima
Library, Sheriff’s & Fire stations, SunTran, Home Depot, Lowes, Costco, Foothills Mall,
I10, Target, multiple grocery and drug stores, many eateries, Northwest Hospital and
related doctors’ offices, award winning schools, and much more… yet nestled in a
quiet nook many folks don’t even know about.  
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Our wide variety of 182 modern homes came from four different builders, are on large
pool size lots, many with mountain views, curvilinear cul-de-sac streets with sidewalks
and even a 1 acre private park with grass, picnic tables and lots of trees.

You can learn more about us in our
Welcome Letter and Mission Statement and while
you’re here, the other Community items on our site.
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Official Site
Cleanup along Shannon Road - Held Feb 3, 2024
In this event hosted by the Neighborhood Watch, we picked up trash along Shannon
Road to beautify our world

In 2023, a group of nine neighbors picked up five large bags of litter from the
Shannon Road right-of-way just outside our neighborhood. This year celebrated
Earth Day early, holding our Cleanup Day in February with cooler weather.
Pot Luck in the Park - Held Sun, Dec 17, 2023
The holiday pot luck was a hit in both 2022 and 2023. Around 30 neighbors met and
enjoyed the festive spirit of sharing food and drinks. The Neighborhood Watch
provided hot dogs. Noodles, hot chocolate and various desserts were appreciated.
Community Yard Sale & Food Drive, Held Sat., Nov. 4, 2023
Neighbors enjoyed selling things, shopping, and just visiting with friends at this event.
We had 22 sales in driveways and garages. Participants were asked to contribute $2
(to cover printing of flyers) and nonperishables for a food drive. We donated 145
pounds of food to the Food Bank at Interfaith Community Services (
ICS) at 2820
West Ina Road. Email marthaslee@gmail.com NW 1122 Area Leader, with questions.  
A Happy Hour was held on Sunday, October 1, 2023
We met in the Neighborhood Park for drinks, snacks, and conversation. Around 30
people met new neighbors and reconnected with friends. The Neighborhood Watch
provided iced tea and lemonade, and many brought snacks. There were balls and
bubbles for children to play with. This event was part of Pima County's G.A.I.N.
(Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods), a movement to help connect neighbors
to each other.
Board Members and Other Volunteers Wanted & Needed
Ever wonder why our dues are so low compared to most other HOAs or why our
neighborhood looks as good as it does?   
You guessed it...  VOLUNTEERS!  
Opportunities to help keep our neighborhood as nice a place to live as it is include:
  • Board of Directors. Attending Board meetings and/or volunteering in another
    area are great ways to get a feel for what's involved. See sidebar for
    application.Architectural Control Committee (ACC). 1-2 hours per month.
    Stop in at a monthly meeting to check out the 'goings-on'.
  • Landscape / Common Area / Irrigation maintenance supervision.
  • Website administration; Newsletters, Signage, and more.
  • Neighborhood Watch 1122 - Email marthaslee@gmail.com for information.
If you’d be interested in contributing your skills and / or would like to learn more, just
ask any Board member or our Community Manager Corena Selwitschka at 520-877-
4618 or Corena.Selwitschka@associaarizona.com.
Well lit at night means less crime to fight, so keep your driveway lights on 'til dawn and help make those crooks be gone!
Have a suggestion for an article or topic here?  
Just let our Management company or the Board know at one of its meetings.
Living Better Blog
You can check out this popular feature by clicking right here or on the link to the right
under Associa or on our Newsletter page. You'll find many informative articles about
HOA living and / or of interest to Homeowners or just 'life' in general.
You can post comments and even join discussions about each topic.
Paint Color of the Year            Money does grow on trees
ComingHOME Magazine  is a new bi-annual magazine for better living articles & tips.

Home Check While You're Away (compliments NW 1122)
Sheriff's volunteers or deputies drive by to check on your home twice a week while
you're out. Contact the Foothills District Office (our local Sheriff's office at 7300 N.
Shannon Road, telephone 351-6311) to request this service.   

Be sure to check out the
Neighborhood Watch page for more safety tips.