The HOA Landscape Committee has developed a document which explains the goal of a more drought-tolerant Sunrise Canyon landscape and how the new landscape contractor (Infinity Earthworks) will be used to move us toward that goal. The Landscape Goals document is available on the HOA website’s Home Appearance and Landscaping page.
A Memorial Event for Nancy Cox will be held at the Tucson Country Club on Saturday, November 6, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. If you plan to attend, please send an email to Gloria San Angelo, at email@example.com, so Gloria can inform the family.
The Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program (SNAP) has announced that it will end all services and programs by December 31, 2021. SNAP has been assisting and supporting older adults to remain in their homes as long as possible as they age. The social distancing required during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced SNAP to cease or curtail … Continue reading "SNAP Program to Cease Services by December 31, 2021"
Vince San Angelo passed along the very sad news that Nancy Cox died around 9:00 a.m. today, September 23rd, 2021. I don’t know the details of the cause of her passing. The family intends to have a memorial event at some time in the future, but no plans have yet been made. Nancy and her … Continue reading "Very Sad New about Nancy Cox"
This year’s 2021 Annual Meeting of the Sunrise Canyon HOA will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 21, 2021 in the area near the pool. When an agenda has been prepared it will be posted on the our website’s Sunrise Canyon HOA Matters page.
Pam Warady had a serious bat problem this past weekend. The bat became entangled in her clothing. Although it didn’t bite her, it did scratch her and broke her skin. So, Pam did the right thing and called Pima Animal Control, which took the bat to be tested. Yesterday, August 4th, they called Pam and … Continue reading "Rabid Bat"
I have sad news to report about Liv Breen. Liv died on Tuesday, May 18th at the nursing home where she had been residing for an extended period. Liv lived in the Sunrise Canyon community for about 20 years.
Clair Connolly is the Chairperson of the Sunrise Landscape Committee. She asked me to post the following message: No landscaping in the common areas is to be removed, cut down, or altered without first filing a request with the landscaping committee. If this keeps happening without prior approval, we will be forced to start fining … Continue reading "Landscaping Reminder from Clair Connolly"
It is spring, so remember the following: Watch for snakes and other critters (such as Gila monsters) that will start to come out as the weather warms up. Make sure that you have phone numbers handy for snake removal (Rural Metro: 520-624-9913). By keeping debris, leaf litter, etc. out of your yard, you can avoid … Continue reading "Spring Reminders"
The new landscape committee has released an April 2021 Landscape Committee newsletter. As you can read in the newsletter, Infinity Earthworks will now be providing our landscaping services for the Sunrise Canyon community. The landscape committee has also developed a Sunrise Canyon Standard List of Common Area Plants and Materials that can be used in … Continue reading "Landscape Committee and Landscaping Update"