VCA Irrigation Repair Notice - Desert Fairway Dr.

This notice is to inform you about an upcoming irrigation repair project that will be taking place along the North side of Desert Fairway Dr. between Toucan Dr. and W. Sand Rake Dr.

Click the button below to see a map of the work location.

Start Date: April 15, 2024 (Tentative)
Duration: Approx. 2 weeks

The start date may change due to weather conditions. We appreciate your understanding. We do not anticipate disruption to traffic flow but ask residents to use caution in this area as crews will be working along the roadway.



A granite replenishment project that will be taking place in the following Parks throughout the Vistoso Community.

    • # 730 - (Sonoran Vistas, Las Colinas, Mesquite Crest, The Overlook, Reflections)
    • # 530 A (Horizons)
    • # 322 A (Innovation Dr.)
    • # 1030 C (Torreno, La Terraza, St. Andrews 1&2, Bella Vista)
    • # 530 A (Vistoso Heights)

    Start Date: April, 2024
    Duration: Approx. 4 Weeks


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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.

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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