Fall Festival - October 21, 2023

Join us in celebrating the fall.

When: October 21, 2023, 8:00am - 11:00am
Where: Moore Loop Park

There will be refreshments and snacks and prizes for the best Halloween costume.
This event is sponsored by AAA Landscape.

Road Closures for Paving - Sept 27- Oct 9

The Town of Oro Valley has contracted with Holbrook Asphalt to apply HA5 (asphalt paving material) to the public roadways in the neighborhoods outlined in the attachment. The project will begin September 27 and end on October 9, weather permitting.

If you have any questions related to this project, please directly contact Holbrook Asphalt's Project Coordinator Lisa Shaw at 602-307-0425 or 602-875-0083.


It’s that time again! The Semi-Annual Vistoso Community Association’s Yard Sale!
Saturday October 14th – 7AM to 2PM

The E-Statement Promotion is Back!
$100 Gift card drawing each month

All members who have elected to receive E-Statements will be entered into a drawing each month to receive a $100 gift card. STARTING 10/1/2023 ENDING 12/31/2023

Utilize our safe and secure online payment option on the Click Pay website

Go green and reduce paper consumption by signing up for E-Statements online

upcoming calendar events

Cactus Flower by Kim Sheridan

Photo by Kim Sheridan - Oro Valley


There are 13 parks in Rancho Vistoso, including 11 neighborhood parks that are owned by the Vistoso Community Association (VCA) and maintained with our assessments – Wildlife Ridge Park, Sunset Ridge Park, Woodshade Linear Park, Hohokam Park, Big Wash Park, Somerset Canyon, Cortona, Moore Loop Park, Monticello, Torreno East, Torreno West and the Honey Bee Canyon Park, which encompasses a portion of Honey Bee Canyon.

Join Preserve Vistoso

The Mission of Preserve Vistoso is to support the preservation of the former Vistoso golf course – Now the Vistoso Trails Nature Preserve – as a nature preserve and community trail.

The Vistoso Trails Nature preserve presents the beauty of the Sonoran Desert teeming with wildlife and artifacts of the Native Americans who lived and hunted there. The existing 6.2-mile, eight-foot-wide concrete path winds through the property providing visitors with views of the Catalina and Tortolita mountains, examples of varied desert vegetation, and the opportunity to view an abundance of wildlife. With easy access from multiple locations, visitors can stroll the property and connect with the natural world we tend take for granted.

A Sonoran Desert preserve where nature and people thrive