At about 9:30 PM on the evening of Saturday, May 30th, a large pack of about 15 Javelina (with piglets) was seen in the pool area. The pack went through the common space next to Nancy Cox’s house, crossed Via Vigna, and into the common space next to Allan Wright’s house. Residents must be careful, … Continue reading "Javelina Alert"
Sunrise Canyon’s disposal and recycle service provider, Right Away Disposal (RAD), was directed by the State of Arizona to suspend recycling pick-ups due to COVID-19. This was because its recycling process involves manual separation of the items and puts workers at risk. Accordingly, RAD has to put everything into the landfill. The expectation is that … Continue reading "Temporary Suspension of Recycle Pick-Ups"
As of today, May 7, 2020, the pool area, including the pool and tennis courts (but NOT the spa), is again open for use by residents/homeowners. Guests are not allowed in the pool area. Social distancing is required, so make sure you maintain at least a 6-foot separation from others using the common area. Additional … Continue reading "Sunrise Canyon Pool Area Reopened in Limited Way"
There was a Saturday article on the Arizona Daily Star website regarding how rattlesnakes are enjoying Tucson’s weather these days. (Click here to read story.) The dangerous critter angle hit a little closer to our Sunrise Canyon homes today. John Patterson found a Gila Monster in his yard. While Gila Monsters don’t move very fast, … Continue reading "Dangerous Critters Out and About"
The good news is that the pool deck has been repainted and the paint is dry by now. The bad news is the entire community pool area (including the pool, spa, tennis/pickleball court) is closed until further notice. When they are reopened, I will send out a website post and there will be notices posted … Continue reading "Update on Sunrise Canyon Community Pool Area"
Consistent with the April 3, 2020 Governor’s Notice and the March 23rd Governor’s Executive Order relating to COVID-19 pandemic, the Sunrise Canyon pool and spa are closed until further notice. Any personal use of the area around the pool and the tennis courts should must be carried out in a way consistent with the social … Continue reading "Pool and Spa Closed Until Further Notice"
Dear Sunrise Canyon Residents: Unfortunately we have experienced some vandalism and theft in the pool area. Recently, our 100 ft. hose and nozzle were stolen. And, someone vandalized the electrical wiring on the water heater and in fact disconnected it. That is the reason that there is currently no hot water in the shower. We … Continue reading "Vandalism in Pool Area"
Pat Blease, who lived at 6843 E. Via Vigna, died on Sunday, January 26th. A church service for Pat will be held at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church on Tuesday, February 4th at 10:30 a.m. Other details will be added to this post, if and when they become available.
Earlier this month, Vince San Angelo, the Sunrise Canyon HOA Treasurer, sent out notices that the semi-annual dues payments are due on January 1, 2020. To avoid paying an additional amount as a result of being delinquent, please get those payments in before the end of December. Send the payments to Sunrise Canyon HOA, 5255 … Continue reading "Semi-Annual Assessment Payments due by January 1, 2020"
The 2019 Annual Meeting of the Sunrise Canyon Homeowners’ Association will be at 3:00 p.m., on Sunday, November 17th at the Sunrise Canyon recreation center. If you have any items you would like have on the agenda, please contact any of the members of the Board of Directors, or send your suggestion to me, at … Continue reading "Annual Meeting: Sunday, November 17, 2019"