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The Sun City Homeowners Association, Sun City, Arizona, has played an integral role in preserving the values of the Sun City community since 1963. SCHOA serves as an advocate for Sun City residents by embracing the Del Webb philosophy of keeping it simple. [Read More…]
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The ACC commissioners made their formal decision on June 13 regarding the Wastewater Rates by voting in favor of consolidation which will impact Sun City. SCHOA recognizes this is a disappointment and is Continuing to Fight for Sun City residents! SCHOA BOARD APPEALS RATE CASE DECISION
Immediately the SCHOA Board of Directors voted at a special Board Meeting to appeal the decision to consolidate wastewater districts. Fight for the Sun City Community! Continue to let your voices be heard by donating to the Utility Litigation Fund by July 4! No amount is too small or too large.
Your continued assistance and support is needed by emailing, calling and discussing with your friends and neighbors. Please forward this Fund Raiser flyer to all your email contacts. SCHOA BOARD TO APPEAL
June Newsletter Enjoy up-to-date and Sun City news in the June newsletter!
Mark your calendar! On Thursday, July 13, SCHOA and COA will be sponsoring a summer CC&R meeting open to the community; this meeting is designed to meet the needs of single-family home owners and condominium owners, alike. Representatives from SCHOA, COA, the Registrar of Contractors, Maricopa Planning and Development Department, as well as a realtor and insurance representative joined the panel. Residents are invited to bring their questions to the panel. This is a valuable opportunity if you are interested in making changes or upgrades to your home.
The meeting will take place at the Fairway Center, at 10:00 a.m. The fairway center is located at 10600 W Peoria Avenue.
If you would like to support SCHOA’s investment opposing current utility rate cases, you have an opportunity. SCHOA is invested in the wellbeing of all Sun City residents and is now asking for your assistance by supporting the
Help SCHOA support YOU!
MCDOT (Maricopa County of Transportation) will be performing work along 99th Avenue between Bell Road and Grand Avenue; crews will be removing and replacing areas of the channel lining and addressing the sections most in need of repair. MCDOT hopes to complete this project by the end of June depending on the weather.
As always, TRAVEL SAFELY AND WATCH FOR LANE RESTRICTIONS!