Please do not feed the wildlife that pass through the community, do not place food items in the wash or any other areas outdoors. Feeding wildlife will eventually cause harm to wildlife and the individuals who feed them. The Arizona Department of Wildlife warns that javelina and other various animals in the community can inflict serious, or even fatal wounds on pets and humans if approached.
Remember: Feeding Wildlife in Pima County is a Petty Offense #13-2927. The Oro Valley Ordinance Article 18-4 states “No person shall feed and/or provide drink at any time for one (1) or more non-domesticated mammalian predators including, but not limited to, coyotes, raccoons, foxes, javelinas, skunks and opossums. (Ordinance-08-22, 2008.)” The fine carries a minimum mandatory of $25 up to a maximum of $1,500 per incident.