Welcome to Sin Vacas
A premier gated community of uncompromising quality and beauty, located in one of Tucson's most desirable places to live - the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains. Enhanced by natural desert landscapes, the beauty of Sin Vacas is evident as soon as one enters through the majestic stone gate.
Sin Vacas features an array of luxurious and distinctive custom homes by some of the area's most respected builders. There is great shopping nearby and plenty of restaurants for all tastes. The superb location of our community provides easy access to all parts of Tucson including the university, country clubs, golf courses and art galleries.
Supervisor Ally Miller has had to cancel and therefore will NOT be attending the Sin Vacas Board of Directors Meeting on Monday, September 15, 2014.
The meeting is held at the Villas at Sin Vacas clubhouse, 7601 N Calle Sin Envidia and starts at 8:30 AM.
Homeowners are invited to attend. If you are unable to attend and have questions or comments for Supervisor Miller please forward them to your community manager, Helen B Brown at email@example.com, fax at 795-6501 or by phone at 795-6500 extension 1019.
SIN VACAS DESIGN STANDARDS REVIEW AND UPDATE VOLUNTEERS
The Sin Vacas Architectural Review Committee and Board of Directors would like to invite residents to help on a much needed review update to the current Design Standard Guidelines. If you are interested please contact Helen B Brown with questions or suggested topic points of interest you like to have considered in the update process. Helen can be reached at 520-822-8080.
It has come to our attention that hikers are utilizing the utility easements along the northeasterly perimeter lots (Lots 60 – 65) as hiking paths. Please note that the utility easements along the perimeter of these lots are not designated hiking trails. Anyone caught trespassing on your private property should be reported to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.
However, please be advised that a dedicated hiking trail easement does exist just east of Lots 60 – 65 on the western perimeter of the Cobblestone development. The 15-foot wide hiking easement trail was duly recorded and dedicated to Pima County many years ago when the subdivision was platted. This is the only area that hikers are allowed to legally traverse on their way to the Coronado National Forrest. Again, if you should observe anyone trespassing on Sin Vacas property, please contact the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.
Thank you – Stratford Management