News & Information
 
Animal Visitors
Coyotes:
You may have noticed the local coyote population seems to have grown in numbers and is not intimidated by human proximity. The Arizona Department of Game and Fish has told us they have no plans to remove or reduce the local population, as other populations of coyotes will just move in and take their place. Please read this very important information on how to respond to coyote encounters, and keep yourself and your pets safe.

Snakes:
Did you know there are 13 species of rattlesnakes living in Arizona? Rattlesnakes become more active in the warmer months, and can cause serious health problems if you are bitten. If you need assistance with a snake, contact the Fire District at 480.644.2400.
One Superstition Mountain resident recommends sticky traps; she caught two baby rattlesnakes this way within one week. Sticky traps can be found at hardware stores, or provided by your pest control vendor. Click here for more common sense prevention methods, and some lesser known tips from the Arizona Department of Game and Fish.


E-Statements
 
There is a cost savings to the Association for every owner who signs up. In addition to the cost savings, benefits include no lost mail, no need to change your mailing address when you travel, and email reminders are sent directly to your in-box.

Enjoy the journey, knowing your information travels with you. It's never been easier!


Community Services

Waste Management Schedule:

Trash pickup has been changed to Fridays only. Should you need more than one recycle or trash can,
please contact Right Away Disposal (RAD) directly at 480.983.9100.
Additional cans will be provided at home owner's expense, and payment 
will be made directly to RAD.
Please have your cans to the curb by 6:00 a.m. on pick up days.

Right Away Disposal observes four (4) holidays throughout the year, and will not be providing collection services on those days.

New Year's Day
Independence Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day

If your service day falls on one of the above listed holidays, then you will receive service the following day. The rest of the week following the holiday is also pushed back one day, with Friday's customers being serviced on Saturday.

Holidays such as Memorial Day, Labor Day, MLK Day, Presidents' Day and Veterans' Day do not affect the pick up schedule. On those weeks, please set your cans out on your regular day of service.

Once-a-Month Bulk Pickup
 
This service is available on the last Wednesday of the month at no additional charge,
however, arrangements must be made in advance.
Please contact Right Away Disposal directly at 480.983.9100 to schedule. 

For important information and tips from RAD regarding guidelines, what to recycle, etc..., click here.

2017 Street Sweeping Schedule:



January 5th and 19th
February 2nd
March 2nd and 16th
April 6th and 20th
May 4th
June 1st and 15th
July 6th
August 3rd
September 7th
October 5th and 19th
November 2nd and 16th
December 7th


 
Postal Service
 
You may send outgoing mail from your mailbox when you follow this simple plan.


1) Hang your mail flag on the front of your mailbox and place your mail inside.
*Please do not put any mail on the outside of the box.

2) When the mail has been picked up, reverse the flag to hang inside the box, or lay it inside the box until needed again.
The flag should only be displayed when you have mail to be picked up.

You may also use the 'outgoing mail' slots in any of the cluster mailboxes located in the following Villages:
Club Village, First Water, Golden Eagle, & Greythorn.

Mail flags may be picked up at the Association Office, Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00.



 






Superstition Mountain HOA now has a Facebook Page!
This new HOA resource will provide information regarding lost pets,
HOA events, emergencies and quick reminders.



 
 


 

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