VCA Office Thanksgiving Schedule

Office hours on Friday, November 18, 2022 will be 9:00am until 2:00pm. Our doors will reopen on Monday, November 21, 2022 at 9:00am. The VCA office will be closed on Thursday, November 24, 2022 and Friday, November 25, 2022 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Vistoso Community Association wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!
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VCA Project Work - Nov-Dec

Your Board of Directors has selected Facelift Painting to paint walls in three locations. For more details click the button below.

Also scheduled for Thursday, November 17 and Friday, November 18 the replacement of the rubberized material in the playground areas by Third Degree Recreation at Hohokam and Wildlife Parks.

We appreciate you avoiding these areas while work is in progress. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office at  520-354-2729.

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VCA Office Move

The VCA office at its current location is closing at 12:00pm on Friday, July 8, 2022. VCA staff will be moving to FirstService Residential Tucson Office at 7616 N La Cholla Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85741 until a final office location is decided and lease negotiations are completed.
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Cactus Flower by Kim Sheridan

Photo by Kim Sheridan - Oro Valley

RANCHO VISTOSO PARKS

At this time, there are 10 neighborhood parks available for use by residents at any time, the Wildlife Ridge Park, Sunset Ridge Park, Woodshade Linear Park, Hohokam Park, Big Wash Park, Somerset Canyon, Cortona, 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