Well lit at night means less crime to fight, so keep your driveway lights on 'til dawn and help make those crooks be gone!
School is starting and kids' safety concern  rises during this
. No one wants to see a child get hurt, but hanging out
running for a school bus can set the stage for an accident
So, please remind your children to be careful and
please slow
down and do not exceed the posted speed limit.
Everyone Thanks You!
Bulk Trash Pickup was a great success...

February 5th's Citrus Sharing Walk...

October 28th Annual Meeting and Board Election
Absentee voting has reduced the need to attend, but this year we had a bit more
than recent years with 6 in person and 34 total ballots. Howard Buehler was
reelected to a full two year term. In general it seems folks are satisfied.
A last minute
change was announced in that Heather Donlan will continue as our Community
manager for the time being as James Buttke ended up taking a different position in
the interim since being first announced in the packet mailed out on October 1st

Community Yard Sale & Food Drive
We had great weather on October 23rd, and 14 Homes participated in the Yard Sale,
a bit fewer than past years but still good considering Covid.  Many more combined to
donate 275 pounds of food to the
ICS food bank.

ACC and Board Meetings in Coronavirus Times
  • Architectural meetings held in the Park until Nanini allows and applications
    are also being processed ad hoc via Actions in Lieu of a meeting, so no
    delays to hold up your project. If there are any questions, the ACC will
    contact you and even arrange an on site visit (house call) if needed.
  • Board meetings are back on track at Christ the King Church. Homeowners
    are welcome. You can learn what is going on and why, get any questions
    answered, make suggestions and consider volunteering to help keep our
    Neighborhood as nice a place to live as it is. There is plenty of space in the
    meeting room for safe distancing too (masks are suggested).

Coronavirus Safety Tip From Waste Management
Please help us further protect safety by reminding residents to bag all trash and tie
the bags securely. This will eliminate the risk of loose materials, such as tissues,
escaping from carts during service (
recyclables cannot be bagged). Thank You!

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.  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 NW Area Leader 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 Director, Heather Donlan at 742-5674.

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.

Have a suggestion for an article or topic here?  
Just let our Management company or the Board know at one of its meetings.

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
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Key Community Events
Annual Meeting - Late October
Yard Sale - Late Oct / Early Nov
Bulk Trash Pickup - Late April
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.

Upcoming Meetings / Events
ACC Meeting, 8:00am, Tuesday
9.6.22 in the Community Park
Labor Day Holiday Trash Pickup
Friday (not Thursday) 9.9.22  schedule
Board Meeting, 6:30pm, Thursday
9.22.22 at Christ the King Church
Deadline to Submit Board Application
for 10.27.22 Annual Meeting Election
ACC Meeting, 8:00am, Tuesday
10.4.22 in the Community Park
7:00am - Noon, 10.22.22 (tentative)
ANNUAL MEETING, 6:30pm, Thursday
10.27.22 at Christ the King Church
Board Meeting follows to appoint officers
ACC Meeting, Noon, Tuesday
11.1.22 in the Community Park
Thanksgiving Holiday Trash Pickup
Friday (not Thursday) 11.25.22  schedule
Board Meeting Agenda
(usually posted several days in advance)
Open Meeting Policy
Board of Directors & Officers
Rich Baumann & President '22
Howard Buehler & Vice President '23
Amelia Cruz & Secretary / Treasurer '22
Architectural Control Committee
Rich Baumann, Chair (acting)
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 (acting)
Board Application Form
Looks like over 60 homes took advantage of this
spring cleaning opportunity on Thursday April 28th.
Everything went smoothly and we thank Waste
Management for doing a great job. Did you know,
Associa can arrange to get damaged cans replaced.
Happy Decluttering
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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.
Associa's Chairman and CEO was featured
on this eighth season of
BOSS. John Carona goes undercover as Charlie
Lucas to visit four of Associa’s branches without
anyone knowing his true identity. Season 8,
Episode 8 aired on CBS. You can watch it on
demand or for free at the CBS link above.
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Northwest Fire Demo & Ice Cream too
40 folks enjoyed a slightly breezy but sunny day on
March 5th with Fire engine tours and demos,
ice cream,
Neighborly camaraderie, CPR info, and food drive
donations for our local
ICS Food Bank. Thanks to our
Northwest firefighters for putting on a great show.
We're sure folks in need appreciated getting some of the 105
of fruit our neighbors donated to the ICS food bank.
Thanks to them and the Neighborhood Watch block leaders
who collected and delivered it on this chilly but sunny morning.
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