Santa Fe 1 HOA - McCormick Ranch, Scottsdale AZ

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Short-term rental restrictions will be enforced, and the owners will be penalized if registration forms are not submitted in a timely manner. This is for the protection of our neighborhood and enforcement of the CC&Rs. Several HOAs in Scottsdale have prosecuted short-term rental violators. This has resulted in fines, possible mediation and/or arbitration. And these HOAs have succeeded in enforcing their restrictions, levying appropriate fines for non-compliance, and collected legal fees from those violating the CC&R provisions.

Santa Fe 1 is one of the most desired communities in Scottsdale. As a community of considerate neighbors, we do not desire to resort to legal action.  Short-term rental issues diminish the property values in our neighborhood and can undermine the safety of our residents. Therefore, if you are an owner who rents your dwelling in Santa Fe 1, please make sure you have registered your property with the City of Scottsdale, with the Maricopa County Assessor's office, with the Tax Commission, and with our property management company (for each rental). Additionally, please make sure your tenants have received a copy the Rules and Regulations.

Homeowners who live in close proximity to a rental dwelling will have to be vigilant to notify our property management company of any new arrivals or changes in occupancies within our neighborhoods. This is a community effort. The City of Scottsdale has a website that has a plethora of information for residents involving vacation rentals and short-term rentals. It provides links where homeowners can access information about your neighborhood if you want to ascertain which dwellings are registered as rentals. City of Scottsdale - Vacation Rentals & Short Term Rentals - provides information for the owner and for neighbors where rentals are prevalent.  An interactive map is provided where you can click to see rentals highlighted with a blue border, and a FAQs section where you can select "How do I know if a property in my neighborhood is used as a vacation or short-term rental?" You can also find out:  "What if a rental property is not registered but I am aware of rental activity?"

Please help us maintain the appeal and security of our community. If you have any questions, please email our property manager, Nicole Nudi at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Nicole at 408.844.2224.


ABC Scapes is our Landscape Contractor.

If you have issues, concerns, accolades, please contact our Property Manager, Nicole Nudi:
Tri-City Property Management
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Assistant to Nicole is Gina Palmaioli
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The contact information for ABC Scapes is:

Office: 602-404-0568 - ask for Christie
Direct Cell - Warren - 605-501-7934
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Anytime you contact a service provider directly using email, please courtesy copy (cc) our property manager or the HOA president.

Trimming Schedule within the community, CLICK HERE.

If you have a service animal and you plan to utilize the clubhouse and/or the pool deck area with your service animal, you will need to submit your certification information to our property manager prior to bringing your service animal in these areas. If your pet is not a service animal, it is not allowed in the pool area nor the clubhouse at any time. Please help us keep our clubhouse and pool area safe and sanitary for all homeowners.

There are NO pets allowed in the pool at any time, even if it is a service animal. Perpetrators will be charged with draining and refilling the pool including labor, water, and chemicals. Service animals are allowed in the deck area and the clubhouse to assist the owner but are never allowed in the pool. Please help us keep our pool safe and sanitary for all homeowners.

Please visit the Scottsdale Police Department Crime Prevention Tips for important information on protecting your home in Santa Fe 1.

If you want to make changes to your back patio areas (not visible from the street), you are free to do so without submitting an Architectural Change Request Form. Please be aware of how the changes may affect your adjacent neighbors.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 September 2020 17:19
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