All Rights Reserved Tonto Hills 2017

Welcome Information

Dear Neighbor, Welcome to our beautiful community of Tonto Hills! As you are settling in, we hope this information may be useful to you. Fire Department – Rural Metro of Maricopa County is the fire company that covers our neighborhood although we do not pay for this through our taxes. They provide an optional annual subscription to cover individual homes. Should you decide not to subscribe to Rural Metro, they will still respond to your fire but will bill you. Their contact information is ruralmetrofire.com or 480.627.6200. Tonto Hills Organizations: Tonto Hills Improvement Association – The THIA is the community association that governs our community according to our Bylaws, Policies and Procedures, and Declarations of Restrictions. Meetings are held periodically, and minutes are posted online and at the community's mailboxes located on Old Mine Road by the Kachina. Agendas and minutes are also email-blasted to the community. The Board of Directors is elected annually at our Tonto Hills Annual General Meeting (AGM), and we welcome residents who wish to serve on the Board by running for office. More information is posted on our community website www.tontohills.net. You are encouraged to attend the THIA meetings to learn more about your community and voice your opinion and concerns. o Architectural Control Committee – The ACC is an arm of the THIA. The elected members of this board will review building and lot improvement plans to ensure compliance with our governing documents. Tonto Hills Volunteer Fire Department – The THVFD is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is supported in part by THIA funds and by individual donations, which they are always happy to accept. The THVFD firemen are volunteers - your friends and neighbors in Tonto Hills - who are trained, in part by the National Forest Service, to fight fires outside structures and to prevent the spread of brush fires in our community. The THVFD owns and operates its own fire trucks for fire response and operates out of their fire barn located on the lot with the Kachina. They also are a great resource for a variety of Tonto Hills emergencies such as snake removal and home checks. o Tonto Hills Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary – The THVFD Auxiliary is a group of volunteers who do fund-raising to support the THVFD. One example is the annual Halloween Party held by the Kachina with rides for all in the fire trucks. The THVFD Auxiliary is always looking for energetic participants. Tonto Hills Domestic Water Improvement District – The DWID is a county improvement district formed by the community for the purpose of constructing, improving and purchasing a drinking water delivery system. Our DWID is administered by elected members of our community and residents are encouraged to run for a DWID post through the election process. The DWID email-blasts its agendas and minutes to the community as well as being posted online. Their website is www.TontoHillsWater.org The www.tontohills.net website provides an abundant amount of information including all of our governing documents, upcoming meetings and elections, the resident directory and other community information.
All Rights Reserved Tonto Hills 2017

Welcome Information

Dear Neighbor, Welcome to our beautiful community of Tonto Hills! As you are settling in, we hope this information may be useful to you. Fire Department – Rural Metro of Maricopa County is the fire company that covers our neighborhood although we do not pay for this through our taxes. They provide an optional annual subscription to cover individual homes. Should you decide not to subscribe to Rural Metro, they will still respond to your fire but will bill you. Their contact information is ruralmetrofire.com or 480.627.6200. Tonto Hills Organizations: Tonto Hills Improvement Association – The THIA is the community association that governs our community according to our Bylaws, Policies and Procedures, and Declarations of Restrictions. Meetings are held periodically, and minutes are posted online and at the community's mailboxes located on Old Mine Road by the Kachina. Agendas and minutes are also email-blasted to the community. The Board of Directors is elected annually at our Tonto Hills Annual General Meeting (AGM), and we welcome residents who wish to serve on the Board by running for office. More information is posted on our community website www.tontohills.net. You are encouraged to attend the THIA meetings to learn more about your community and voice your opinion and concerns. o Architectural Control Committee – The ACC is an arm of the THIA. The elected members of this board will review building and lot improvement plans to ensure compliance with our governing documents. Tonto Hills Volunteer Fire Department – The THVFD is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is supported in part by THIA funds and by individual donations, which they are always happy to accept. The THVFD firemen are volunteers - your friends and neighbors in Tonto Hills - who are trained, in part by the National Forest Service, to fight fires outside structures and to prevent the spread of brush fires in our community. The THVFD owns and operates its own fire trucks for fire response and operates out of their fire barn located on the lot with the Kachina. They also are a great resource for a variety of Tonto Hills emergencies such as snake removal and home checks. o Tonto Hills Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary – The THVFD Auxiliary is a group of volunteers who do fund-raising to support the THVFD. One example is the annual Halloween Party held by the Kachina with rides for all in the fire trucks. The THVFD Auxiliary is always looking for energetic participants. Tonto Hills Domestic Water Improvement District – The DWID is a county improvement district formed by the community for the purpose of constructing, improving and purchasing a drinking water delivery system. Our DWID is administered by elected members of our community and residents are encouraged to run for a DWID post through the election process. The DWID email-blasts its agendas and minutes to the community as well as being posted online. Their website is www.TontoHillsWater.org The www.tontohills.net website provides an abundant amount of information including all of our governing documents, upcoming meetings and elections, the resident directory and other community information.