We are a small, friendly HOA in Green Valley, Arizona with 91 homes. We have an active board and members that work together on committees to continuously improve our area. The Association was registered as a corporation with the Arizona Corporation Commission on December 20,1978 by incorporators for the Association. Here is a short summary about us: DH3East Overview.pdf
HOA Board Key Objectives:
Our key objective is always to maintain the integrity of our neighborhood and maintain the value of our properties. To meet this key objective, the DH3East Board has focused on three key initiatives over the last five yearss:
1. We started first on the vast improvement to the large common area running along Camino Del Sol. Please see the section below and pictures in our photo albums.
2. Next came the two year process to update and improve the clarity of our HOA Documents, completed at the end of 2016. They can be found in the Important Documents Link at the top of the Home page.
3. Lastly, but with longest duration, was to develop a rolling 30-year road strategy with supporting financial spreadsheet; the HOA Board will yearly review the spreadsheet and take relevant decisions. We have been working towards the last 'update' to our existing roads and all three phases were completed in 2017.
Improving the Camino del Sol very large common area:
Our key focus during the winter seasons of 2014 & 2015 was the improvement of our large common area that runs along Camino del Sol. We completed this large project during April 2015 and continue to look after the new plants. An active group of volunteers worked extremely hard on this project; thanks to all our supporters!
South end of the common area after the 2014 monsoons:
Taken in August 2014
During the winter season of 2016, our Beautification team worked on the re-landscaping of smaller common areas along Calle Madrid.
HOA Details and the surrounding area:
View looking down W. Mountain View road
Our western border is one of Green Valley's main roads, Camino del Sol, giving us easy access to key locations around the area. Our other three borders are large arroyos, providing us all with mountain views and many wildlife sightings.
Please look on the Maps page to see several layouts of our HOA.
You can walk to one of the largest Recreational Centers run by Green Valley Recreation, Desert Hills. This large facility includes a pool, spa, sauna, art studio, lapidary studio, ceramics studio, art exhibition center, auditorium with stage, catering kitchen, meeting rooms, shuffleboard courts, billiards, fitness room, and four tennis courts.
View of our roof tops and the famous Elephant Head, a prominent natural land mark in the Santa Cruz Valley at the base of the Santa Rita Mountains.
Green Valley Recreation
Green Valley Recreation (GVR) is a non-profit organization run by volunteers operating 14 facilities for Green Valley residents (http://www.gvrec.org/
). The facility Centers offer swimming pools, tennis courts, fitness rooms, painting, pottery, silversmith / lapidary studios, auditoriums, social meeting rooms for the enjoyment of members and their guests. Various clubs welcome new participants to indoor and outdoor activities. A wide range of classes in the arts, language, dance, fitness, music, clay/ceramics, cooking are offered for a nominal fee throughout the season. Map for all Center: http://www.gvrec.org/Information/Downloads/GVR%20MAP.pdf
There are seven golf courses in or close to Green Valley. Rates are very reasonable as most clients are from the retirement community. Check http://golfnow.com
for inexpensive reservations at local clubs. Many Green Valley clubs have shot gun starts morning and afternoon and all of them are within 15 minutes of DH3East.
San Ignacio and San Ignacio North 520- 648-3469
Canoa Ranch www.canoaranchgolfclub.com
Quail Creek www.quailcreekgolfclub.com
Torres Blancas www.torresblancasgolf.com
Tortuga 520- 625-4281
The beautiful Presbyterian Church building is also within walking
distance from us