The SMVE community encompasses about 240 acres (zoned 1 lot/acre) in Pima County. With residential properties accounting for about one third of the acreage (85 acres), the SMVE homeowners are unique in Tucson enjoying quite a lovely open green space in the Catalina Foothills. The governing documents of the SMVE planned community entrust the fiduciary oversight and organizational management of our Commons to the elected Board of Directors. Such common areas of about 150 acres include all recreational amenities, private streets, drainage throughways, utility easements, guest parking areas, plus about 50 acres of trimmed, irrigated, and beautifully maintained common areas we all enjoy daily.
Individual home owners are responsible for landscaping their own lot. See the Yard Rules and Regulations below for some helpful information.
Landscape Process and Policy
- Yard Rules and Regulations
- Landscape Master Plan
- 2016-2017 Process For Trimming Trees on HOA property for Homeowner View
- 2016-2017 Tree Trimming Approval Form
- Tree Trimming Options and Examples
Other Useful Links
Current Landscape Articles and Information
- Pesky Packrats? Get a Bobcat!
- Snakes, Who Needs Them? We Do and Here’s Why
- Trees, trees trees (don’t forget to look up!)
- Pesky Packrats – a cautionary tale
- Time To Address The Weeds That Summer Rain Brought To Our Yards
- A Better Way To Trim For Views
- Preserve the Common Area – Stop Unlawful Cutting and Dumping!