Welcome to the Madera Vista Townhouses Association.
Madera Vista (MV) is composed of 104 townhouses. We take pride in maintaining an attractive and pleasant neighborhood. Our HOA is an Arizona Corporation and we are governed by three legal documents: (1) Articles of Incorporation; (2) By Laws; and (3) Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R’s).
Madera Vista is self-managed. A seven member board is elected from the membership on staggered three year terms. The officers are elected by the Board following the Annual Meeting each year.
Madera Vista is a part of Green Valley Recreation. Part of what makes Green Valley so special is Green Valley Recreation, Inc (GVR). A non-profit organization operating 13 recreation centers which give GVR members unlimited possibilities for play, leisure and learning in this active 55+ community.
GVR members have access to 13 centers’ pools and spas, six fitness centers, tennis, pickleball and other sports courts, over 1,000 classes, and lectures, 60+ clubs of various interests and fine and professional arts and entertainment presented in GVR’s West Center for Performing Arts.
The amenities offered by GVR are unmatched by any other master planned retirement community in the world. Members pay a modest initial fee, and then a reasonable annual fee.
Membership in GVR is available by purchasing a home in a homeowners association (HOA) with a deed-restricted GVR membership in perpetuity, or by voluntarily deed-restricting a home in an HOA within GVR’s boundaries.
Welcome to Madera Vista Townhouses
Watch Here for Future Events/Announcements
The next HOA Meeting will be conducted on 10/14/2022 at 9am, at the Madera Vista Club House.
Thanks for Great Food Drive Participation
WOW!!!!, I knew we lived in a great community. Madera Vista Residents came through for the Green Valley Food Bank. You donated 662 pounds of food and $1060 in cash and checks. Thanks to all that participated. Special thank to Lilo Woods, Sandy Churchill, and Kathy Warden for organizing this event. We plan on doing another one in late spring before all the snowbirds go home.
Will it happen again???
Photos courtesy of Grace Pitzer.