Welcome to the
Estates at Cienega Creek Preserve Homeowners Website
Wed. November 20, 2019
6:00pm Rincon Fire Station
Agenda not yet posted
1870 West Prince Road, Suite 47, Tucson, AZ 85705
(520) 297-0797 tel | (520) 742-2618 fax
Reserve Study 9/11/17
Pima County Leash Law
Your dog must be kept in an enclosed yard when on your property.
Tie-outs are prohibited
Your dog cannot be off your property unless restrained by a leash.
CC&R Reminder about Garbage Cans
Remember your garbage cans must not be visible from the street
they need to be behind your wall, in your garage
or behind the house.
10.14 Sanitation, Garbage and refuse facilities,
A shed design that meets the HOA requirements
CC&R Reminder about Parking
Please park your vehicles
in your garage or on your driveway
Not on the street or in your yard
10.11.1 No private passenger automobiles or pickup trucks shall be parked upon the Property or any roadway adjacent thereto except within a garage, in a private driveway appurtenant to a Dwelling Unit, or within areas designated for such purpose by the Board.
There have been a number of homes
in the development with signs of termites.
The original treatment done by Canoa seems to have reached its limit.
The saying in Arizona is “if you don’t have termites now you will”.
So please check for signs of thermites frequently
as they can appear almost overnight.
JavelinasThere have been reports of Javelina bedding down in the
open space washes. Be sure to keep your pets on a leash and
stick to the trails. These animals do not see very and can be
easily startled and become aggressive.
Please be careful!
New Design Review and Landscaping Page
New Forms and Helpful Information
Weeds - First Violation, 7 days to correct; Second Violation
$25 fine with penalty doubling for each subsequent
doubling for each subsequent violation
Illegally parked Vehicles, RV's, Trailers - First Violation,
Forty-Eight hours to
left out or visible from the street,
First Violation, 7 days to correct; Second Violation $50 fine
with penalty doubling for each subsequent
doubling for each subsequent violation
New E-mail Addresses
We have eliminated
individual e-mails for HOA Board members and
Design Review Committee members
in favor of new common e-mail addresses for each group.
HOA Board = firstname.lastname@example.org
Design Review Committee = email@example.com
Please do not send e-mails to anyone's personal e-mail address
Pet Waste Station
Pet Waste - Doggie Station and Signs were installed by the Board to help address this issue along Camino Loma Alta. Pima County has a strict ordinance covering Dog waste removal and a "Pooper Scooper" code that can be reported by anyone. See County Ordinance-6.04.030 Section E ($100-$500 fine)
If Pet Station needs attention please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Homeowners need to be mindful of any roof coating work done
especially with patio roofs that are visible to other homeowners.
Those roofs need to be done in Tan and not white.
If you are repainting your house the same colors please
fill out our new Painting Request Form so we will have your colors on file.
If you are changing any of your exterior colors
you must first get approval from the Design Review Committee.
Fill out the custom section of the Painting Request Form.
The color scheme should stay within the same basic color pallet.
The main body color of the house should have a
LRV (light reflectance value) of between 40 and 50.
Please attach paint manufacturer, paint name, paint number and color chips
with your ARC request.
Dunn & Edwards at 7525 East Broadway Boulevard
was kind enough to take our original color schemes
and match them to their current colors.
They have color chips available, just reference our HOA.
You can also see them here - Link
Be sure to ask for the HOA discount 30% off
Here is a link to some helpful suggestions and the old and new colors - Link
Please get the color chips from Dunn & Edwards
The colors on the link are for reference only
Rules for RV loading and unloading
Neighborhood Resource Guide
Rincon Valley Fire Department
Pima County Sheriff
Estates at Cienega Creek Preserve Community Association Website