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Contact The HOA

The HOA welcomes your questions and concerns.

Your form, email or telephone call is received by the association manager, who may
redirect it to the HOA officer who can best respond. Status of requests are usually made within seven working days.

Contact:
         Manager: Sean Keegan

           Assistant Manager: Maggie Roulier West
            10501 E. Seven Generations Way, Suite 109

            Tucson, AZ 85747
            Phone: (520) 546-3862
 |          Fax: (520) 546-6795
            Email: hoa@civano1.com


Cadden Community Management:  (520) 297-0797--This number will either be answered by staff or a recording will instruct you where to call to get a hold of the answering service.  This number should be used after hours and on weekends.


Forms: request and information forms are here.
 
To obtain a copy of the HOA structure or if you wish to contact a specific HOA officer, email a request for information to:  hoa@civano1.com

The Civano Neighborhood Association is a group sanctioned by the City of Tucson, and is separate from the Civano 1: Neighborhood 1 Association.  The Neighborhood Association’s membership comprises residents not only from C1N1 but also from Sierra Morado.  The Civano Neighborhood Association has an informative website that you can view at:  www.civanoneighbors.com. This site is not the official website of the Civano 1: Neighborhood 1 Association; however, the C1N1 Association occasionally has notices and information posted on the Neighborhood Association website for the convenience of its members.



 IMPORTANT—Homeowner assessments

 

When paying your Association dues with personal checks- please remember to make out your check to “Civano 1 Association”, and not to Cadden Community Management.  Payments are deposited directly into the Association’s bank account, and not the Management Company’s account.  Also please be sure to enclose your payment coupon, since the coupon properly identifies your home and ensuring that the payment is correctly credited.

 

Electronically transmit a payment via computer from their bank account, be advised that your bank wires your instruction to a check payment service, which in turn sends a check to the Association. The check arrives several days later, not immediately as most believe.  When paying electronically, it is vital that information provided on the check clearly identifies the Association, your name, and your address or lot number – in place of a coupon.  Please make sure when you initiate an electronic check, you allow preparation and mailing time to avoid delays and its receipt past the late charge deadline

 

None of the above applies to payments made by monthly automatic withdrawal from your account, so please consider utilizing this payment option. A form is available from your Association manager and incurs no additional cost to you.

Starting November 1, 2012, assessment payments will be processed by AAFS.  They use the latest lockbox technology to accurately and quickly process and deposit your payments.

You will need to send your HOA assessments to:

AAFS

PO Box 94737

Las Vegas NV, 89193-4737.

 


The subjects that are within the scope of the HOA:

  • Questions and concerns about CC&R's enforcement
  • Common area items that require maintenance
  • Topics for the Board of Directors to consider
  • Request to reserve a common area
  • Request to add an event to the HOA calendar
  • Suggestion for a HOA newsletter article
  • To volunteer to serve on an HOA committee

Please include in your correspondence:

  • Name
  • Address or lot number
  • E-mail and telephone number
  • How to best to reply