2023 Community Cookout, Saturday, October 7, 2023 at 2:00 PM, 3560 E Marshall Gulch (Updated 10/1/23)
David and Aletha Kalish are extending an invitation to a family friendly cookout to be held in their carport. Please consider taking time out of your busy schedule to get better acquainted with neighbors you may have seen but have not had the opportunity to converse with. As neighbors Larry and Lisa Holmes said of a previous cookout, “Being new to the Foothills Clusters my wife and I really appreciated the wonderful opportunity to get to know our neighbors!”
The Kalishes are providing hot dogs, buns, chips, family friendly beverages, a couple of canopies for shade, and some tables and chairs. You are welcome to bring a dish to share, additional chairs, and any adult beverages you would like. Also, if you do not like hotdogs, David will cook other meat/veggie options you bring.
Bring your family and smiles!
Master Assoiciation 4th Quarter Board Meeting October 10 at 4:30 PM (Updated 10/2/2023)
Meeting agenda and how to join Zoom meeting, READ more .
The Board of Directors Monthly Meeting October 9, 2023 at 6:30 PM (Updated 9/29/23)
The meeting agenda and how to register in advance for the Zoom meeting, READ more.
2023 FCHOA Election (Updated 9/23/23)
Terms for 3 current members: Ms. Aletha Kalish, Mr. Donn Stoltzfus, Mr. Michael Katz are expiring. Also, up for election is one of the three FCHOA representatives to the Foothills Homeowners Master Association, seat held by: Mr. David Kalish.
If you, or a homeowner you know, would like to serve on the Board, would you please consider applying?
Read more => 2023 Election Information
STORM DAMAGE (Updated 7/29/23)
The Foothills Clusters HOA Board is providing information and guidence regarding the recent monsoon storm damage. A brief statement of guidence has been prepared regarding: Roads, Repairs, Signs, Landscape Debris and damage to Protected Common Area. Read more.
Send questions to any Board Member or Contact@FoothillsClusters.com.
Buffel Grass Clearing
Work continues to identify and remove invasive and flammable grasses. Read more.
Pima County Leash Law Reminder
Pima County has strict ordinances concerning dogs kept on leash. Read more.