Countryside Villas Homeowners Association consists of 72 homes located northwest of Tucson in Pima County just west of the Arthur Pack Golf Course. Countryside Villas HOA was established in 1984.
The primary objective of this HOA is best described "for the purpose of enhancing and protecting the value, desirability and attractiveness of the property."
As homeowners and residents, your cooperation in following the HOA rules and regulations will help achieve those goals. This website provides news and information of interest to our residents. This is a community website, suggestions are welcome.
Countryside Villas HOA is managed by Mission Management Services; and run by a Board of Directors who are homeowners who volunteer to serve without compensation. Countryside Villas HOA is one of several "Countryside Communities" in the area under the master association Countryside Community Club Association (CCCA) which provides amenities and community social activities located offsite.
Arizona Corporation Commission Countryside Villas Association Inc is a Domestic Nonprofit Corporation, status: Active, in Good Standing
The streets in our HOA are:
Other streets are NOT in our HOA
Camino de Oeste & Lessing Lane
Major cross streets:
Cortaro & Camino de Oeste
Note that Pima County Records list Countryside Villas as Countryside Shadows subdivision,.
Plat Map highlighting Common Areas in Yellow (for landscape maintenance) For details see Plat Map info on "LANDSCAPING PAGE" on this website.
Paving Map (also see "Paving" page)
Landscape Irrigation Map (location of Villas' valves & timers, handwritten)
For more neighborhood maps go to Countryside Community Club at http://www.cccanews.com/maps.htm
Member at Large
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The Board of Directors are homeowners who volunteer and serve without compensation. Please remember that these are elected voluntary positions. If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors, contact a current Board Member for details. The elections for these positions are held once per year at the Annual Meeting.
Homeowners are invited to volunteer for a position on the Board. Make a difference in your neighborhood. The Board is comprised of not more than 5 and not less than 3 members; and also includes a Landscape Committee, Welcome Committee, DCCR/Architectural Committee. If you don't want to be an officer on the Board you are welcome to volunteer to be on one of the Committees. You must be a homeowner to be on the Board but you don't have to be a homeowner to be on a committee. (See Bylaws, Article IV)