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Welcome to the neighborhood!

February 26, 2015

       

 

Welcome to the Coyote Creek Homeowner Association website. As a guest, you are only able to view certain sections of this website.  To gain access to the entire content you are required to be an owner in the community. Registration is free and easy by emailing either the webmaster or the HOA Community Property Manager and asking for access. 

 ATTENTION!  Important Information about Paving maintenance

Beginning Monday, February 16th at 7:00 a.m. the paving crews from Ace Asphalt will arrive to seal coat the street and parking lots in the neighborhood. When they are doing your street or the parking lots it will be necessary to remove your vehicles from the area for the day. Make arrangements to park your vehicles outside the paving area if you will have a need to depart the neighborhood.  If they find it necessary to tow your vehicle you will be billed for the towing. 


                                    **********   WARNING  **********
  • Do not drive or park on freshly paved area until the cones and/or barricades have been removed. Until cured, the seal coat will splatter on your vehicle and is difficult to remove. 
  • Ace Asphalt will not repair damage to vehicles or driveways.

     CLICK THE MAP FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ON PAVING DAYS

                               

Refer any questions during the process to our property manager, Matthew Hingstrum at Cadden Community Management.  (520) 297-0797


 
HOA Highlight - message from President, Paul Summers
A sincere Thank You to outgoing HOA President-Johnny Williams!
 
      Johnny Williams
   Every once in awhile, a person gets to work with a wonderful individual-- you know, the kind of person who spends his entire working career serving the needs of his country and then turns around in retirement to do the same for his neighborhood.  And in a flash, he decides to do the same for his community.  Amazing!

In case you haven’t guessed, the person I am writing about is Johnny Williams.  Johnny spent his working career as a high ranking officer in the Border Patrol keeping our country and many communities throughout our nation safe.  After moving to Coyote Creek, Johnny became active in our homeowner’s association and served as our president for a number of years guiding the group, handling projects and complaints, all with the knowledge of the past and an eye on the future.  While serving as a board member and then president, Johnny and his wife, Georgia, continued to work closely with a major local charitable organization, the Assistance League of Tucson, Inc.  The League helps thousands of underprivileged children with school clothing each year through funding from donations, grants, and revenue from their thrift store.  And, as he did with Coyote Creek, Johnny kept accepting more and more responsibility for the League moving into the senior vice president’s role helping to manage the day to day operations of the League.  As the senior V.P., Johnny will be ascending to the league’s presidency this year and will guide the organization for the next three years.


The last time I checked, there were still only 24 hours in a day, so it didn’t take much to understand that Johnny couldn’t be stretched so far, so often, and give either the League or Coyote Creek the attention and service level he wanted.  With that in mind, he resigned his HOA board presidency at our last board meeting, and handed the reins to me.  I hope I can do justice to his faith in me.

Thanks Johnny, for all that you have done and are continuing to do for our community!        

                                                                                                

 
Homeowner Annual Meeting - Mark Your Calendars!
 
The date for the annual Coyote Creek HOA meeting will be Tuesday, March 10, 2015 with check-in beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the meeting to start at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to fill two open positions on the board, review last year's minutes, and review the 2015 operating budget of the Association. 

Remember if you are unable to attend the meeting and want your votes counted you must return your paperwork in the provided envelopes by March 6th at 5:00 p.m. Proxies are not legally accepted in the State of Arizona for HOA annual meeting voting. You should have received the annual meeting materials in the mail at your mailing address in the HOA records.  



  at The Academy Village 
            

Effective January 5, The Academy Village is opening their Group Fitness Classes to SilverSneakers members, a fitness program available through many supplemental Medicare insurance providers. This program reimburses contracted traditional fitness centers for basic membership and FLEX classes held outside traditional fitness centers.  

If this program is included in your insurance, you are automatically a member and may attend classes for free.  You may check your eligibility online or you may check at the class.  If you are not a member, you are still welcome to attend for $10 per class. 

The fitness class schedule is available online.  For additional questions, contact Connie Plummer, Fitness Director, Academy Village and owner of The Pilates Station, located in the Community Center where the classes are held.  Her contact information is Fitness Director - Connie Plummer, 520-977-3591 cell or studio, The Pilates Station - 520-647-3346.
 

Free lecture - Diabetes, The Epidemic That Follows Obesity 
March 18th at 3:30 p.m. in the Great Room at The Academy Village



  “Understanding Diabetes” will be the subject of the monthly wellness lecture at the Arizona Senior Academy on Wednesday (March 18), presented by Tucson physician Dr. Michael Maximov.  Open to the public free of charge, the talk begins at 3:30 p.m. in the Great Room of the ASA Building.

In his talk, Dr. Maximov will help his listeners understand the prevalence and seriousness of diabetes which he describes as an epidemic that follows the epidemic of obesity in this country.

Affiliated with The Saguaro Physicians group, Maximov has practiced internal medicine and cardiology in the Tucson community for more than 30 years.  He serves as Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at Tucson Medical Center and is medical consultant to their Senior Services Division.


Community Spotlight - Rincon Valley Fire Department


 
Did you know that in addition to the great job our Rincon Valley Fire Department does responding to emergencies and critical fire needs, they also have several free services for our Vail community:
  • Desert Creature Removal – Unwanted desert creatures are removed from homes and properties and relocated to remote locations.  This service is free for all District residents.
  • Vehicle Lockout Assistance - Rincon Valley Fire District will respond to a vehicle owner to attempt entry in the even their keys are locked inside.  This service is free of charge to District residents.
  • Community Meetings - Rincon Valley Fire District actively supports community groups hosting meetings at the Fire Station and sending speakers to other meeting places to address fire and life safety issue.

                         
   You do not need to drive into "town" to enjoy many cultural, recreational, and the continuing educational opportunities.   The Arizona Senior Academy (ASA) sponsors many events right up the road at the Academy Village. Our neighborhoods have a friendly relationship and Coyote Creek residents are invited to sign up for events.  It's a great way to join up with good people who want to improve their neighborhoods and take care of their mind and body.  Find exercise classes here.

Note to visitors:   Because some of the events overfill the hall, we have established a reserved-seat policy.  This means non-Academy members need to call 647-0980 or email
info@arizonasenioracademy.org to make a reservation. The first twenty-five people to reserve a seat will be able to enter the hall fifteen minutes prior to the announced starting time of the event and may sit anywhere, as will Academy members.  Visitors without a reservation will be able to seat themselves five minutes prior to the announced starting time.  Visitor parking is behind the Community Center.  Upon entry into Academy Village there will be a stop sign.  Turn right and follow the yellow dividing line in the road to a sign that reads “Additional Parking”.  Turn left onto Vivaldi Court and follow the road down into the parking lot. The rear half of the Great Room is equipped with an inductive loop, providing assistive listening for those with hearing aids. To use, activate T-coil in hearing aid.