May 2024 Newsletter

May 2024 Edition

Mother’s Day is an occasion which is celebrated in various parts of the world to express respect, honor, and love towards mothers. The day is an event to honor the contribution of mothers, acknowledge the efforts of maternal bonds and the role of mothers in our society.


Violation notices are being sent via email if you have an email address in your account. No more “Snail Mail”! Now we can discuss your notice the same day the violation occurs. If you are still receiving them by mail, you will need to add an email to your account on the Resident Portal link below.

Trash Bin – Reminder

Please review section 4.3 paragraph (t) Trash Containers and Collection. In no event shall such containers be maintained so as to be Visible from Neighboring Property except to make the same available for collection and then only for the shortest time reasonably necessary to affect such collection. We would recommend 7PM (day before service) – 7PM (day of service).


Dogs on Leash

Please keep all dogs on a leash when you are in our parks or in public. We have had too many residents that are concerned with the amount of residents that have allowed their dogs to be off leash. They are concerned for their smaller dogs, their children and all around safety for the neighborhood.

Below is the City of Mesa Ordinance for dog feces and leashed dogs.

Mesa City Code Book: Title 6 – Police Regulations

Chapter 4 – Animal Control Ordinance with Leash Law

Section 6-4-30: Dog Fecal Matter

Any person owning, possessing, harboring, or having the care, charge, control or custody of any dog shall immediately remove and thereafter dispose of any fecal matter deposited by the dog on a public or private property unless the property owner has given prior approval to use said property for this purpose.

Chapter 10 – Public Park Regulations

Section 6-10-3: Leashed Dogs

J. Dogs in all City of Mesa parks, multiuse paths and basins shall be controlled and restrained on leashes no greater than six feet (6’) in length. Owners of dogs shall immediately remove any dogs exhibiting aggressive behavior that evidences a threat of imminent injury; clean up after pets; be liable for injury caused by aggressive dogs; be responsible for the immediate repair of damage caused by a dog; not be under the age of twelve (12); and comply with all animal control ordinances stated in Mesa City Code, Title 6, Chapter 4. Pertaining to dog parks; owners shall have a leash visible at all times, dogs shall be at least four (4) months of age; licensed with visible tags; leashed immediately if exhibiting aggressive behavior; and not be allowed into a dog park if in season. (4271, 5054)

Section 6-10-7: Enforcement and Penalty

D. The park rangers shall have the authority to issue citations and notices of violation for violations of the City Code or any City ordinance or any provision of this Chapter occurring in any City of Mesa park or retention basin. Citations shall be issued in accordance with A.R.S. 13-3899 and 13-3903.

E. Penalty. Any person convicted of a violation of any provision of this Chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine not to exceed two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) or by imprisonment not to exceed six (6) months, or by both fine and imprisonment.

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June 2024

4th – Trivia

8th – End of School Summer Party with Dusty & DebDeb on the Patio

8th – Piano man – John Burak in Dining Room

15th – Remnants of Soul Band

17th – HOA Board Meeting

18th – Music Video Bingo

19th – Texas Hold’em

25th – Bunco


Links to school calendars:

Augusta Ranch Elementary

Desert Ridge Junior High

Desert Ridge High School


If you need Security, call them directly at 480-518-3399.

Your Security Patrol Team

Here When You Need Them!

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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!

Augusta Ranch Security Patrol Team: 480-518-3399

To submit a security report online:

Mesa Police non-emergency line: 480-644-2211, option 2

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