Coyote Creek Homeowners
Last Update: 10/2/2018
Coyote Creek HOA monthly meetings are conducted in the Sales Office and are open to homeowners with the exception of special Executive Session Board Meetings which are defined and allowed under HOA governing laws and would be invited participants only. Annual meetings are traditionally conducted in March and held in nearby Academy Village Meeting Rooms. When meetings land on Holidays, alternate scheduling will occur.
Board of Directors - Usually held the third Wednesday of the month at 3pm. The tentative meeting schedule for the remainder of the year is: 11/21, and 12/19.
Note the next Board meeting is October 24th at 4pm
Design Review Committee - Usually held the first Monday of the month at 4pm, The tentative meeting schedule for the remainder of the year is: 11/5, and 12/8.
The next meeting is November x at 4pm (coming)
Your DRC submission deadline is Friday, October xx before the final meeting packet is prepared to be sent for pre-review. If you need assistance contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All submittals received after the deadline without prior arrangements will be reviewed at the next meeting.
Your submissions must use the DRC form found on this site which details the submission requirements.
To the Coyote Creek Neighborhood website, run by neighbors for neighbors in Vail, AZ . Some documents are behind passwords. To gain access to the entire content in this site you are required to be an owner or resident in the community. Registration is easy, complete this form and it will be reviewed and returned to you. (Most requests are returned immediately or within 24 hours.)
Located southeast corner of Tucson bordering Saguaro National Monument
Gorgeous desert, mountain, and city views
Beautiful luxury custom homes Coyote Creek
Custom home lots - some with horse property
Outstanding schools - the Vail School District
Trails for walking, biking and horseback riding
Minutes from Del Lago Golf Club an 18 hole, 72 par golf course & restaurant.
Rincon Farmers and Artisans Market a project of Rincon Institute an organization dedicated to conservation throughout the Rincon, Vail, and Tanque Verde valleys. Dedicated to protect the natural resources of the Rincon Mountain District of Saguaro National Park, Rincon Valley and the Cienega Corridor.
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