Santa Fe 1 HOA - McCormick Ranch, Scottsdale AZ

Our Commitment

Santa Fe 1 Home Owners Association (HOA) is a group of 125 Lots with homeowners who enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of a planned community. Santa Fe 1 is a subcommunity of McCormick Ranch. The pride of our residents makes this community one of the most sought after planned communities in which to live. Our residents are committed to keeping our community beautiful, up-to-date, and safe.  Education and enforcement of our Rules and Regulations enables us to maintain the unique character of an exclusive community. Leadership from our Board and contributions from our residents make our community an enjoyable place to live. Various maps of the surrounding areas can be found under the tab Resources>Maps.

Friendly Reminder - Your HOA Board
The primary responsibilities of your HOA Board are: 1) To maintain the Common Areas, 2) To enforce the CC&Rs and Rules & Regulations, and 3) determine assessments necessary and collect those in a timely manner. The Board is guided by the legal documents of our community and by the laws passed by the Arizona Legislature. The CC&Rs, Bylaws and Rules &­­­ Regulations can be accessed from this website. ­­Click on the Documents>Legal Documents. The Rules and Regulations provide representation of the CC&Rs/Bylaws. Your Board is a volunteer board who works in the best interest of the entire community.

Committee participation: The Board wishes to encourage our homeowners to participate in committees in our community. Committees are: Landscape, Clubhouse, Pool, Architectural, Media and Social. If you would like to be active in our endeavors, please consider offering your talent to support one of these committees. Please contact the Board President, Candy Schneider.

Monthly Board meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, generally excluding some summer months. Occasionally changes are necessary. Meeting changes will be posted on this website in a timely manner. The Annual meeting is held on the 2nd Wednesday of February @ 7:30 pm. Board meetings and most committee meetings are open to the homeowners. Times and places of meetings will be posted on the calendar located in the Latest News column on the front page.

Access the 2018 Rules and Regulations: Documents>Legal Documents. Copies of the Rules and Regulations are also provided in the pockets of the information board at the clubhouse.

Latest News


Click the "HOA Calendar Events" to view events, committee meetings, and Board meetings. All regular meetings are open to our homeowners (excluding Special or Closed Session). Plan to attend any committee meeting that is specifically charged to act on your requests. This gives you an opportunity to provide input to the committee and to know what recommendation(s) will be presented to the Board with regard to your request.

If you are planning to remodel your home and you need to use a construction bin parked temporarily in your driveway, approval from McCormick Ranch must be obtained prior to the existence of the temporary dumpster receptacle. To download the form with instructions, please click here: MRPOA Request Form for Onsite Storage or Trash Dumpster.

Important Notice: If you are considering any structural changes to the street side of your home, please be advised that you must completely fill out and submit an Architectural Control Committee (ACC) Submittal Form to Nicole Nudi. Nicole will forward your paperwork to the ACC. The committee will then present your petition to the Board for approval BEFORE any work is done. If you do not submit the proper paperwork including any drawings and/or photos PRIOR to construction, you place yourself at risk of  possibility of denial if the changes are not consistent with the Mediterranean style already established in our community. If the work has already been done and is denied, then the homeowner will have to remove the unapproved changes. This applies to exterior structures, exterior doors, exterior light fixtures,  exterior windows, patio covers that are visible from the street including the exterior areas that are adjacent to the walking path/lake. The ACC form can be downloaded from the Forms tab. This form is a PDF that you can fill out electronically. Mail or email the form to Nicole Nudi, CAAM. Her contact information can be found on the HOA Operations > Services to HOA.

Please pay attention to your surroundings. Help us monitor activities in the neighborhood. Someone fractured the back window (1-9-2017) of a vehicle that was parked on the street in our neighborhood. Vehicles should not be parked on the street overnight. It may be helpful to park our vehicles in our garages in the evenings, if possible. If you see something that needs attention or looks suspicious, say something! Nicole Nudi, CAAM is our property manager.

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For Your Information (FYI)

Tri-City Property Management Contacts
Manager: Nicole Nudi, CAAM - 480.844.2224
Asst. to Nicole Nudi: Gina Palmaioli- 480.844.2224

Emergency Number: 602-390-7793

Download the latest SF1 Newsletters and Board meeting minutes from this site under the Documents tab.

2019 revisions of our Rules and Regulations can be downloaded from Documents>Legal Documents.

If you use the spa at the Clubhouse, and you remove the cover, please place it back over the water when you depart.

If you see something suspicious in our community, say something!

If you wish to make architectural changes to the outside of your property, your request must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) PRIOR to beginning the work. The ACC form can be downloaded and printed from the FORMS TAB on the front page of this website. Forms are also provided by the Property Manager and forms can be obtained from the pockets in our information board in front of the clubhouse.

If you wish to make landscape changes to the front of your property, your request must be approved by the Landscape Committee PRIOR to beginning the change project. The Landscape Change form can be downloaded and printed from the FORMS TAB on the front page of this website. Forms are also provided by the Property Manager or can be obtained from pockets in the information board in front of the clubhouse.

Santa Fe 1 HOA
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COVID-19: - Information on Common Area Access

As you know, on April 4, Governor Ducey issued orders that all communal pools be closed because of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Your HOA plans to reopen the pool, the clubhouse and the workout room as soon as the Governor lifts the executive order that closed communal properties. Thank you for your patience during this closure. Please remember to follow the State and Federal guidelines for social distancing and sanitization. Thank you for your patience and understanding concerning this matter.


The amendment to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) proposed by the Board of Directors regarding rental properties in the community was adopted and approved by 75% of the homeowners as required by the CC&Rs. It was recorded at the Maricopa County Recorder's office on September 27, 2019. The terms stated in this amendment take effect as of September 27, 2019. As per the amendment, dwellings that are listed on the rental list at Tri-City Property Management Services as of September 27th will be grandfathered in and the short-term restriction will not apply to those dwellings until a change of ownership occurs. All other dwellings in Santa Fe 1 cannot rent short-term (less than 30 days at a time) but can rent for 30 days or more.

For your reference, click here, to obtain a copy of the amendment. It can also be located in the Documents Tab of this website. Additional information on the requirements an owner must complete can be found on the FORMS TAB>FORMS or click here.

The Santa Fe 1 Rules and Regulations regarding the renting of properties will be updated by the Board of Directors and will be made available in the Documents Tab and in printed form for homeowners within 30 days or sooner.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2020 16:44

DID YOU KNOW: If you rent your home in Santa Fe 1 for any length of time, you are required by law to do the following:

  1. You must register your property as a residential rental property by submitting the Residential Rental Property Registration Form according to the Maricopa County Assessors website.
  2. Apply for a Transaction Privilege Sales Tax Permit (City of Scottsdale - Rentals Regulations)
  3. Apply for a Transient Tax Liability license (City of Scottsdale)
  4. Submit a registration form to the SF1 Property Manager and pay $25 per rental (except long-term lease renewals).
  5. See our Rules and Regulations pertaining to Rentals including the Fine Policies - these apply to all homeowners in Santa Fe 1.

Please watch the HOA Calendar for meetings such as the Landscape Committee and the Architectural Committee so that you can attend if you have actions that you want addressed. Attending those meetings gives you, the homeowner, an opportunity to participate in the decision-making process by providing your input to your own situation. Click on the Calendar link in the "Latest News" column to find meetings times. Committee meetings are posted on the calendar and are open to the homeowners. The Board of Directors wants to encourage you to participate.

If you notice something in our planned community that you want to compliment, express concerns, or express criticisms, please contact our Property Manager directly - not Board members. Tri-City Property Management Services, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , 480.844.2224. Common concerns are: excessive noise at the pool, overnight parking on the street, dogs that are not on a leash, etc. If you wish to submit a complaint about a violation you have personally observed, please use the Homeowner Violation Complaint form and submit it to our property manager. This must be a 1st hand experience.

Please be a Neighborhood Watch person and let us know if you see anything unusual in the neighborhood. It's always better to act on the side of caution and investigate happenings. Treat your neighbor as you would want them to treat you. Call 911 or the Tri-City Emergency Number: 602-390-7793.

SF1 HOA Officers elected at the February 2020 Monthly Board meeting: Lindsey Joseph, President;  Terry Corzine, Vice President;  Judi Tuchten, Secretary, George Lydford, Treasurer,  Al Lindstrom, Director-at-Large.

Monthly Board Meetings are generally held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. No meetings are generally scheduled for June, July and August nor December. Annual members' meeting is held on the 2nd Wednesday of February. Registration @ 7:00 pm, meeting @ 7:30 pm. All homeowners are encouraged to attend the board meetings. We appreciate your input!

2020 Scheduled Board of Directors Events - all are held in the Santa Fe 1 Clubhouse. All meetings are Open Meetings. SF1 homeowners are encouraged to attend.

  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, January 15 @ 8:30 am in the Santa Fe 1 Clubhouse
  • Annual Member Meeting: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 in the SF1 Clubhouse. Registration @ 7:00 pm. Meeting @ 7:30 pm.
  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, February 25 (date revised)
  • CANCELLED due to restrictions regarding the spread of the COVID - 19 - Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, March 18 (no gathering of more than 10 people)
  • CANCELLED due to restrictions regarding over the spread of the COVID-19 - Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, April 15 (no gathering of more than 10 people)
  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, May 20 @ TBA
  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, June 17 @ TBA
  • No regularly scheduled meetings in July and August
  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, September 16 @ TBA
  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, October 21 @ TBA
  • Monthly Board of Directors meeting: Wednesday, November 18 @ TBA
  • No meeting scheduled for December

Santa Fe 1 Clubhouse has a recycling bin on the back patio. Recyclable items are listed on the bin. Please help us go GREEN. Scottsdale Recyclable List.

Santa Fe 1 Community Paint Color Reminders:
Stucco - Yearling (flat); Brown Trim - Plantation Brown (satin) also known as Plantation Shutters; White trim - Swiss Coffee (satin). Garage Doors - Plantation Brown (satin)/Plantation Shutters (satin).
Sherwin-Williams and/or Dunn-Edwards.

These are mandatory colors. There are no variations allowed by our CC&Rs.

Last Updated on Saturday, 02 May 2020 19:00

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