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The Viewpoint

The Viewpoint - One of Northern Arizona’s largest and most impressive and affordable master-planned communities, with a Homeowners’ Association, sensible CC&Rs and stunning panoramic views of mountains, sunrises and sunsets. Other features: paved streets with winding sidewalks for free easy living; city water and sewer, and underground utilities, including cable TV; friendly neighbors and dedicated school and park sites; Park Ridge, an exclusive gated community with a water feature.

For more information about The Viewpoint, please call (928) 775-2000 or visit their website: The Viewpoint Real Estate Office is located at 7218 E. Horizon Way, Prescott Valley, in The Viewpoint, just north of 89A on Viewpoint Drive.


The Viewpoint East

Viewpoint East Board of Directors:
Stan Nordel-President, Steve Barton-Vice President, Madelyn Disner-Treasurer, Cindy Young-Secretary, Mary Jo Hulse-Member at Large

If you need help or want to pitch in as a volunteer, contact the appropriate committee:

·Approval of building, addition or landscape plans is handled by the Architectural Revue Committee (ARC), chaired by Grover Hilgedick at 775-8462

·Compliance: homeowners wanting to report non-compliance with our CC&Rs may call any board member or Brian Falk of Liberty Management. Anonymous complaints will be disregarded.

If you want to be part of the meeting, gathering and party-planning group, call Angie Parker, head of the
Social Committee at 759-2111.

If you have an idea to contribute to the monthly newsletter, contact the Newsletter Committee by calling Lynne Hassing at 775-8751. Better yet, email your articles to her at, - all contributing writers are welcome. Inquiries about other committees can be directed to this email address also.

If you want a lovely walk in the fresh air, call Angie Parker regarding the Newsletter Delivery Committee: 759-2111.

Viewpoint East’s information provided by Lynn Hassing.


The Viewpoint West

The Viewpoint West

VPW HOA Board of Directors

President, Keith Jurgens, Vice President, Doug Jack, Treasurer, Don Rakovic, Secretary, Dave Jogerst

Director at Large: Bob Naef, Newsletter Editor, Susan Lanning

Meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month at the Civic Center Community room – 3rd floor – 7501 Civic Center Circle, Prescott Valley at 7:00 p.m. There will be no meeting in December.

We would like to encourage more homeowners, especially new ones, to attend the meetings and become involved in our community.

Cards, Anyone?
Interested in a card-playing club? Like to play dominoes? Talk to Shirley Jack on Sunset View. She wants to get some people together for fun and conversation. They’ll meet every week. Her number is 759-0452 or call Dianne at 775-5109.

Viewpoint Ladies is a group of ladies who meet for lunch, getting to know their neighbors and making friends. They meet the third Thursday, every other month at 11:30 AM at the Golden Corral in the Frontier Village Mall. No rules or dues. The next meeting will be November 20th. Contact Joyce Glen at 759-3337.

Reminder, trash pick-up day, for all of Viewpoint West, is Tuesday.

ILiberty Management Company, 925 Fair St. Prescott, AZ 86305 928-445-1100.

The Viewpoint West's private newsletter is prepared by Susan Lanning, contact her at 772-2444 or LMG to put articles in the newsletter.

Viewpoint West’s information was provided by Susan Lanning.


The Viewpoint North

.The Viewpoint North Homeowners Association is the largest of the four Viewpoint communities, with build out expecting to reach over 1100. It lies just North of the gated Park Ridge community to the West, and begins at Plateau Ridge Road to the East. Viewpoint North also contains the Read Homes development “The Retreat”.

Viewpoint North is currently under declarant control and will remain so until the transition point, when the community is more than 75% built out. This beautiful community is managed by Homeowners Association Management Company (HOAMCO). HOAMCO’s office is located at 531 Madison Avenue in Prescott. Normal business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Sarah Crawford, Community Association Manager, can be reached at (928) 776-4479 ext. 15 or via e-mail at

Communication to the Board of Directors can be sent to:

Board of Directors

Viewpoint North Homeowners Association

PO Box 10000

Prescott, AZ 86304


Poquito Valley

Poquito Valley is a rural community of Yavapai County. Lots are a minimum of 2 acres. Each parcel consists of individual wells and septic systems. The roads are currently dirt, however the main road is under a County Road Improvement District. There are gorgeous views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Horses and farm animals are permitted per County zoning requirements. Qwest Communication telephone services is available in the soutern portion. Midvale Telephone Exchange of Idaho services the northern portion which is currently not available but is expected in the near future. Please contact Midvale at 1-800-462-4523 for further information.

We have a gentlemen in our community who does his absolute best to grade the road on a periodic basis when needed. If you feel compelled, please provide any amount of a road donation to him when you see him out grading the road. This will assist in continued grade funding until the County commences road construction. Thank you to this gentlemen and his family for your time and dedication to serving the community.

The County Road Improvement District was approved by the Board of Supervisors in May 2005 and passed the community protest period in October 2007 by a majority margin of 90/10. The road design is for the main road, Poquito Valley Road, and consists of 8" abc over 3" ashvalt with 12 foot lanes complete with abc shoulders. It stretches for approximately three and half miles and begins just after the cattle guard on the southern portion. It stops at the northern portion of Dog Ranch Road. The main road will be maintained by the County when completed and adopted into the County's list of dedicated roads. The actual road assesment is unknown at this time. It is important to note that the Viewpoint Subdivision is located in the Prescott Valley city limits and, as it is built up over time, more of Viewpoint Drive will evidently be paved making for a continious paved travel route to Highway 89A.

The benefits to a County maintained Road are as follows: More expedite emergency response time, Reduced auto/tire maintenance, Possible closer school bus access, On-going County road maintenance once the road is completed and adopted in the County road maintenance list, Much more convenience traveling into town for groceries, visiting friends and family and inviting others over to spend time with you, Potential increased property values should the housing market rebound, and the list of advantages continues.

Please feel free to contact Laura Bunn, at (928) 771-3183 if you need to speak to someone concerning our County Road Improvement Project. Email address is: For updates on on-going Board of Supervisor's meetings, please visit the County's website at:, [You will see an icon on the home page entitled "Current Board Meetings".] A further source of information can be found by contacting Bev Staddon, Special Districts Coordinator, at (928) 771-3209, email,

A more detailed update is provided each month by the County in the Lonesome Valley Newsletter located in the Poquito Valley section.

Pronghorn Ranch

Pronghorn Ranch - Pronghorn Ranch is located in the tranquil, wide open spaces of Prescott Valley and surrounded by majestic mountains. Pronghorn Ranch is a new kind of master planned community, one that offers expansive lots and a rich array of amenities at a surprisingly affordable price.

A tremendous amount of care and thought has been put into the 640 acres comprising Pronghorn Ranch, from the signature club house, complete with putting green, swimming pool, tennis court, bocci ball court, horseshoe pit, fully equipped fitness center, dramatic gathering room with full kitchen, barbeque areas, as well as the parks and trail which make up the extensive open space throughout this community. The attention to detail is apparent at Pronghorn Ranch. Homes start from about $182,900. Our unique country style homes range from 1,240 sq ft to 2,600 sq ft and lot sizes from 1/4 to 1/2 acres. Patio style homes are now available in the Villages, starting around $194.900 The clubhouse alone will make you want to live in this unbelievable neighborhood.

Other features: paved streets with winding sidewalks for free easy living; city water and sewer, and underground utilities, including cable TV.

Our models and sales office are open from 2 to 6 pm on Mondays and 10 am to 6 pm, Tuesday - Sunday. Clubhouse hours are from 7 am-9 pm daily. For more information, please call 928- 775-4049 or view on the web at

Antelope Meadows

Antelope Meadows - Antelope Meadows is a private rural community that consists of a total of 1,286 acres. We are bordered on the south by the town of Prescott Valley and on the north by the city of Chino Valley. Our Antelope Meadows Property owners Association, (AMPOA) has: reasonable CC&R’s: Board of Directors; Property manager and By-Laws all working together to keep our community clean, neat and beautiful.

The Property Manager’s mailing address is, AMPOA P.O. Box 1548, Prescott, AZ. 86302. AMPOA E-mail Address: AMPOA’s WEB page is

If you have email and would like updates and copies of minutes, please contact the Property Manager’s office either by email (See above) or by telephone at (928-771-0049)
AMPOA 2008 Board of Directors:

Marti Vanzant President, Darwin Rushton Vice President, Jeanette Stewart Secretary, Carol Fields Treasurer


Coyote Springs

Coyote Springs - is a well established rural community that allows horses, etc., has CC&R’s and approximately 10-acre and up minimums, individual wells and septics, surrounding views, the main road into Coyote Springs is paved, side roads are dirt, and telephone service in most areas.

Mingus Meadows

Mingus Meadows - A new, 630 acre, somewhat rural community with reasonable CC&R’s, planned homeowners’ association, paved roads, underground utilities. Particulars: lots starting at 2 acres, stick-built homes exclusively, starting at 1800 sq. ft., that offer great views. Horses are allowed.

For more information call Eric Davis of Red Arrow Real Estate in Prescott Valley at 928-772-0330 x 27

Coyote Crest

Coyote Crest - A fairly new rural development of about 300 acres, lot sizes 3-6-12 acres, stick built homes only has a homeowners association, sensible CC&R’s, individual wells and septics, electrical power in some areas. Horses are allowed.

For more information about Coyote Crest, call the president of the HOA, Benita Elmer at 928-772-2697.


Prescott Ridge

Prescott Ridge -- is located on the beautiful, nearby western slope of Mingus Mountain. This community has hilltop and hillside home sites with unsurpassed views of the surrounding mountains and Prescott Valley. Equestrian parcels are available and lot sizes range from 10 to 50 acres. Prescott Ridge offers underground power lines, paved roads and wells on many parcels. This master planned community is gated and has value protecting CC&Rs.

Regular Board Meetings will be posted at the Gate House.

Board of Directors-Prescott Ridge
Marion Polley President -
Vice President - Larry Verhulst
Secretary -Bob Harris, Treasurer Vonnie Smith



Mingus - Is a planned community with homeowners association and CC&Rs. Average lot sizes are 1/2 acre with all Prescott Valley Town services, paved streets.

The Mingus subdivision is located off Highway 89A, east of Robert Rd.


Granville - offers homes from 2 of Arizona’s preeminent builders: Universal Homes and North Sky Homes. Granville community is located north of Hwy. 69 off, Glassford Hill Rd at 5643 Granville Parkway, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314.

A new breed of planned community for the way you live. Granville is an affordable master-planned community with a Homeowners’ Association, sensible CC&Rs and great views of mountains, sunrises and sunsets. Amenities: 5,500 sq. ft. recreation center, heated pool, spa, tennis courts, fitness center, activity rooms, playground area and basketball courts. Other features: paved streets with winding sidewalks for free easy living, city water and sewer and underground utilities, friendly neighbors and dedicated school site. On site builder’s sale office and models.

For more information about Granville visit their website at:


StoneRidge - Nestled in the foothills of the Bradshaw Mountains, StoneRidge is a master-planned community unlike any other in the Prescott Valley area. Through a unique and refreshing design, Stoneridge combines the best of both worlds, blending the elements that small towns feel so friendly with the amenities and conveniences of modern master-planned living.

This 1,840 acre community includes paved streets and sidewalks, 18-hole golf course, pro-shop restaurant, meeting rooms, underground utilities, city water and sewer, homes wired for internet and networking within the homes. The architectural style of the homes offered will allow individuals their own unique yet traditional elevations and imaginative floor plans. Most feature front porches and extended outdoor living space. Plans for StoneRidge community will include small retail centers and a larger commercial area in the village center for convenient services, and has committed to dedicate approximately 62 acres for public parks, as well as sites for police, fire, church and school facilities.

StoneRidge is located off StoneRidge Blvd., off Hwy. 69, in Prescott Valley. For more information, please call 928-775-3643 or 1-888-765-3320 or visit their website at:

StoneRidge Homeowners’ Association is managed by HOAMCO.
HOAMCO’s physical address is: 531 Madison Avenue; Prescott, AZ 86301
Mail information to: P. O. Box 10000, Prescott, AZ 86304.
Phone: 928-776-4479, Fax: 928-776-0050
Private newsletter:

Interested in playing golf at StoneRidge, view information about this course at: .


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