Located at the Northeast corner of McClintock & Elliot Roads in Tempe, Arizona, The Oasis is a vibrant community featuring mature landscape, one of the last SRP supplied lake systems, water features, and a greenbelt for its residents. Homes were built in the mid 1990’s by builders Hancock Communities, Blandford Homes, and Fulton Homes.
The Oasis is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the homeowners and overseen by Kinney Management Services in Tempe, Arizona. This website has been setup to provide a tool for communicating to the residents in a timely fashion. Information about meeting minutes, CC&R’s, Bylaws, and other Architectural notes can also be found by navigating this site.
The lake size is 6.5 acres and features 3 lighted fountains
Species of fish stocked in the lake are large mouth bass, catfish, sunfish, white amur, and carp
The lake is “Catch & Release” only
The distance of the greenbelt surrounding the lake is 0.88 miles
The distance around Anozira Parkway is 1.0 mile
History of The Oasis
Ironically, The Oasis was originally zoned for a commercial office park, similar to the neighboring ASU Research Park. Due to the real estate market at that time, the developer chose to re-zone the property for residential use. The 6.5 acre lake was built in the late 1980’s and is a Salt River Project (SRP) fed lake. The lake provides all of the watering needs for all of the common areas throughout the subdivision. As long as the water pumps are maintained properly this is a significant savings for the community in monthly expenditures for water consumption!
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