Contact Us
 
Superstition Mountain Staff:

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The Carriage House
3977 S. Superstition Mountain Drive
Superstition Mountain, AZ, 85118
Phone:(480) 983-6773
Fax: (480) 983-9585

 

Community Manager
Alex Wright
awright@ccmcnet.com

 

Covenants Coordinator
Dave Gaiser
dgaiser@ccmcnet.com

 

Front Desk and Office Administrator
Andrea Seidel
aseidel@ccmcnet.com

 

Jenna Perkins - Vice President 
8360 E. Via de Ventura, #L-100
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Work: (480) 921-7500
jperkins@ccmcnet.com

 

Gate House Staff

For general customer service issues:
SuperstitionStaff@Trident-Security.com

To reach the Officer in Charge:

SuperstitionOIC@Trident-Security.com

 



Pet Information

If your pet goes missing: 
Contact the Association Office at 480.983.6773. If the office is closed, email Alex Wright, Community Manager, at AWright@ccmcnet.com. Please provide a description and photo of your lost pet, the time and approximate location when/where your pet went missing, and your contact information. Please also notify the Gate House staff by calling 480.973.9270. The Association will forward the information to all Superstition Mountain residents and the Golf Club. (Please note that your information will be made public.)

If you see/capture a stray:
Call Pinal County Animal Control at 1.888.431.1311, and choose option 6. Or call 520.509.3555.

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00, Saturdays from 10:00-2:00. 
After-hours emergencies: 520.509.3555 and follow the automated prompts.
Online at http://pinalcountyaz.gov/animalcontrol/pages/home.aspx.


Whether you have lost a pet or sighted/caught a stray, we also recommend that you contact Lost and Found Dogs of Apache Junction/Gold Canyon. Look for them on Facebook or google "Paw Alert - Gold Canyon". This will take you to their Facebook page where you can post information about your lost or found pet. 

Many of our residents have expressed interest in supporting our local Apache Junction Animal Shelter. There are many volunteer opportunities, as well as other ways to donate. The shelter is always in need of food and pet supplies, and depends upon donations to help them provide the medical care these animals need as they are often sick or wounded.

To donate supplies: you may leave them at the Association Office.
To donate money: go online to www.caremedicalfund.org. C.A.R.E. is the Companion Animal Rehabilitation Emergency Medical Fund, a 501c(3) charitable organization that funds the medical care of animals in the Apache Junction shelter.

Thank you in advance for your assistance. 
 



 

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