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March Cornhole Winners


Special CC&R Amendment: Short Term Rentals

Go to the website AugustaRanch.org. Review the 5th Amendment (short term rentals), then complete your written consent form. Your attention to this important issue is much appreciated.


Blood Drives

To reserve a spot to donate blood, go to https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive. In the right hand corner, under Blood Drive put in Augusta Ranch as the sponsor code. There you will see all the open appointment times. As of March 30th, we only have 4 people signed up.

Augusta Ranch Community Garage Sale

Saturday, April 15th, 7am-2pm.

We are partnering with St. Vincent De Paul donation and food bank department this year. They will have a truck parked at the Augusta Ranch Elementary School parking lot from 12pm-3pm. You can drop off all your donation items during that time.

The Society of St. Vincent DePaul Food Wish List

April Events Calendar


We have had a few issues with kids/people turning off the power at the electrical boxes. Please remember to put a small padlock on your electrical panel per Mesa PD. It could be a kid prank or someone casing your house to see if you are a snowbird or on vacation.

YOUR SECURITY PATROL TEAM

If you need Security, call them directly at 480-518-3399. Security cannot respond to text messages, as they are unable to authenticate the caller.

Augusta Ranch Security Patrol Team consists of three full-time armed guards licensed by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The guards patrol our community approximately 18 hours per day, seven days a week, continuously changing schedules. They work through Valley Protective Services, Inc., and have a close working relationship with the Mesa Police Department, who may rely on our guards to assist when needed.

When is it appropriate to call Security? If it doesn’t look right to you, let our Security Team know. It takes all of us watching to help keep Augusta Ranch a safe place. Possible reasons to call Security might include parking violations, solicitors, trespassing, open garage door, criminal damage, animal control, lost/found property, and any suspicious activity, persons, or vehicles. For neighborhood non-emergencies, we’re here to help!





Food Wish List and Non-Donatable Items

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