The Springs at Santa Rita HOA
951 W Via Rio Fuerte
Green Valley, AZ 85614
Phone:  520-648-1699
Fax:  520-648-1699

Common C.C.& R Violations


We have made a list of common rule violations that are covered in the CC&R’s, By-laws, Rules and Regulations. If you have a question as to whether or not what you are going to do is acceptable, ask first!

  • If you own a home, regardless of whether you live in it or not, these rules apply to you.  You, the owner are responsible for the activities of your renter.
  • If you have a question, problem, or want to talk to a Board Member, call the office or use the website to leave a message. Do not call or visit Board Members at home. Office 648-1699  Website
  • We all know that you have the best trained dogs in the world. Pima County law requires you to keep them on a leash.
  • If you are taking your dog for a walk, let him/her take care of their business before you leave your own home. This way everyone can enjoy a clean walk and not have to be on the lookout for strange deposits.
  • Almost all outdoor ornamentation and decoration needs to be approved by the Architecture Review Committee. Just because you see something doesn’t mean you can do it too. Submit your request and wait for approval before you act. Forms are available on the website.
  • Paint samples need to be submitted to the ARC prior to you starting work on your home.  This sample should be from an actual can of paint, not a chip. We have had problems with “paint” not matching the small sample chip.
  • Your driveway is not a storage lot for your extra vehicle. You can’t put a cover over an extra car and let it sit all year. Rent storage space.
  • Cactus, weeds, grass, shrubs, and trees all continue to grow even if you are here only 3 months out of the year. Contract with someone to take care of your home.
  • Barking dogs should be reported to Animal Control 743-7550. This is your responsibility. Animal Control will NOT act on complaints from a Board Member.
  • Too much noise from your neighbor’s party? You call the police. The police will NOT respond to a complaint from a Board Member.
  • Be an active member of the Community. Take a little time and volunteer to help with a project. “If everyone does a little bit of work, then no one person has to do a lot.”
  • We try to answer all the complaints and questions. If you are a chronic complainer and exaggerate the actual situation, chances are very good that you will become “the boy/girl who cried wolf” and your messages will be ignored. We have 440 homes in this community. We do our very best to keep everyone happy.
  • Remember to keep your garage door closed at all times, unless you are working in the garage, or in your yard, etc..  You don't want any critters making a home in your garage (or coming in your house).
  • The board is taking responsibility for house number lighting only.  The Light Bulb Committee will be checking the light bulbs and replacing them the next day if they are out.
  • It is the homeowners responsibility to trim any landscape that is in front of the house number.
  • It is the homeowners responsibility to let the HOA office know of any change of mailing address.
  • Trees, plants and shrubs may not block a neighbor's view, or overhang the sidewalk.
  • Address fixtures are to always be illuminated after dark.  The light bulb committee is replacing light bulbs for you.
  • Wires from satellite dishes or phones should be painted to match the color of the house.
  • The Architectural Review Committee must approve any exterior changes, additions of structures, awnings, porch enclosures, screen shades, roll down screen shades, etc.
  • You can help...
    • Do you know of any person that is living here with children under 18 years of age?  If so, please contact us.  If it is not reported to the Board we might lose our age restricted status.
    • If you see a vehicle/camper that is illegally parked.  Please contact a board member so that they can contact the owner of the vehicle/camper.
    • We need volunteers for committees - please click here for the list of committees.