Please contact us at our email address:
Email us your question or comment and the appropriate board member will get back to you. We prefer you give us a phone number. You can also call one of the board members below. You will find their phone numbers in the resident directory.
President Judy Rosenthal
Vice President Randy Brenckman
Secretary Maureen Harding
Treasurer Mary Smalle
Board Members Marsha Cain
Ramada(building and grounds) Randy Brenckman
Pool and Spa Bill Mucci
Directory Joan Jones, Maureen Harding
Website Beth Minahan
Ramada (supplies & reservations) Gayle Sjodin
Library Ann Lane
Real Estate Beverly Pettit
Special Events Marsha Cain
Cocktail Parties Terry Cargill
Coffees Madaline Krska
Architectural Marsha Cain, Wayne Knudson
New Resident Orientation Kathy Hartmann, Carolina Grandestaff
We welcome volunteers! It is through the efforts of many volunteer members that we are able to keep our costs down. If you have some time to spare and want to help out, please contact any any Board member or email us: email@example.com
Please be sure to remove the entire spa cover when using the spa. It is illegal to just open the spa part way.
Historic District information
When considering a project improvement for the exterior of your home, please contact the city of Scottsdale Planning and design
services at 480-312-7806. There is a great deal of information and possible financial support from the city when improving your
home's exterior (not yard) since it is designated a historic home.
We have rules that cover the use of carports, please click and read the information below from our CC and R's and association
rules and regulations.
Neighborhood Pets and Pests
It is not advisable to feed the feral cats that sometimes gather in our neighborhood. t merely encourages them to stay. If you find that
cats hang out in your patio area, they can be trapped and neutered.
Also be mindful when walking dogs that they do not use the bushes in neighborhood yards to "toilet." Please pick up your pet's
waste. Please keep a tight rein on the leash as you past your neighbors' property.
Noise Ordinance Update
In order to help the City do their job, you can call the general police number (312-5000) any time you hear music in your home or
yard and you think it is too loud. You can call and file a complaint giving your name and address and a phone number if you want
a police officer to call you back and let you know where the music is coming from and if anything can be done about it. Only by
calling and registering a complaint can the offending establishments be made to adhere to our Noise Ordinance.
The Police are currently patrolling the Entertainment District to make sure the bars and restaurants are in compliance. However if you feel that the noise is a problem you can take an action by registering your concerns. This is one way the City Council will learn
of residents concerns about the music coming from the bars in the entertainment district.
Hazardous Waste Pick up
See attached information from the city. If you register online with the city you can put out hazardous waste to be picked up Monday with the trash pick up. Click on the ink here to get details.