6303 S. Rural Rd.
Tempe, Arizona 85283
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Well, it is official, The Oasis has hit 20 years of beautiful living for the residents of Tempe! This community has thrived and continues to be a large appeal in Tempe for seeking residents. We have many mature trees, manicured landscapes, and a beautiful lake to allow our residents a peaceful walk outside. After 20 years things are looking great but now we have to make sure we are being proactive and looking towards any future potential repairs/replacements that may need to be done over the next 20 years.
On September 18th we had our annual meeting of homeowners at Marcos De Niza High School with 94 homeowners represented in person/ballot. Please take a few moments to review the minutes from the meeting and that should give you a pretty good idea what has been going on over the past year.
Thank you all for your continued dedication to the community and seeing that we strive to be the best community in Tempe!
The Project Management Coordinator for the City of Tempe, Nancy Ryan, has been speaking with residents of Tempe about “Character Areas.” Our community falls in the Corona/South Tempe 8 character area and there is open discussion going on about how to utilize this area and/or what things the City of Tempe should be looking to add to make these areas a better place. Discussions of topics such as medium/high density areas, multi-purpose areas, busing, biking, community centers are all topics of interest. There is a very important meeting coming up on Monday, October 20th @ 6:30PM at AZ Community Church to review the draft plan of the character areas. I would suggest that you attend this meeting and voice any opinion/concerns/suggestions you have for the areas that may affect our community. Also, click here for a brief update to the character areas that has been released by City of Tempe. For additional information you may reach out to Nancy Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org
As I am sure you are all aware we sure had a record breaking rain storm recently! We are happy to report that the community design has done its job and the majority of the water fed right to the lake. We had minimal reports of damage other than a tree falling on a block wall which is great news!
The community is continuing to build its database of resources through the use of the website and current technology to stay ahead of any issues that may be foreseen in the future. We have put in a lot of effort to take a proactive approach to keeping up with the demands of the community versus just reacting to things going wrong. The main areas that are undergoing an evaluation are community block walls/fencing, lake maintenance, painting, and tree trimming/removal. Through the use of technology we should be able to have better budgeting and planning tools associated with this higher risk areas in the community. We will continue to provide updates to the residents about any applicable areas.