The Board of Directors has contracted with Cactus Asphalt to perform maintenance on our streets. This work will be performed in two phases.
Phase I – Crack Sealing – Completed on February 3rd
Phase II – Surface Seal Coating – Wednesday, April 28th.
This phase of the project will entail as major disruption in local traffic on our streets.
More information of this phase of the project will be given when the date becomes closer.
Original Posting: Nov. 4, 2020
The Board and reviewed and approved revisions to the Parking Policy. A copy of the new policy will be mailed to every each homeowner. Resolution 2017-01 Parking Policy and Regulations
The Board has signed a contract with A&B Towing, for future towing services involving vehicles parked in violation of the Association’s Parking Policy.
Vehicle towing as an enforcement tool, will not become effective until the Board clarifies and updates the Resolution of the Board of Directors Regarding the Imposition of Fines, and provides sufficient notice of this enforcement tool to all owners and residents.
This process will take several weeks to implement.
A 15 MPH speed limit sign has been posted within the community.
Everyone is urged to slow-down for safety sake.
Every Board meeting brings up questions concerning parking in the community. The CC&Rs do not permit any overnight parking on the streets or in the driveways. Starting back in 1998, at the beginning of homeowner control of the HOA, this parking ban was considered too restrictive.
The Board formulated parking regulations that allowed limited overnight and driveway parking within the community. Those parking regulations have evolved over time, and can be found under the “Documents” page of this site. Many of these regulations mimic the Code of the Town of Oro Valley, for public streets.
By HOA standards, these regulations are quite liberal and the Board encourages everyone to review and follow them. Let’s be good neighbors.
The Board is considering posting a 15 MPH speed limit on our streets. It has been generally accepted that the unposted 25 MPH limit is too fast to travel safely through the neighborhood.
Additionally, the Board is checking with the Oro Valley Police Department to see whether they will enforce the lower, posted, limit on our streets.