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- Bob Nathan | Russ Lyon Sotheby's
- Cathy Hotchkiss | Russ Lyon Sotheby’s
- Cheryl and Juan Solano | Russ Lyon Sotheby's
- Chey Castro, MSA | Russ Lyon Sotheby's
- DMB Realty Network | The Silverleaf Group
- Jay & Michelle Macklin | Re/Max Platinum Living
- John Smieszek | Aspect Fine Homes
- Karen Riff | R.T. Realty
- Matheson Team | Re/Max Fine Properties
- Pennewell Simpson Partners | Russ Lyon Sotheby's
- Perry Bergelt | Re/Max Luxury Real Estate
- Realty Executives | Premier Marketing Group
- Sally Cashman | Russ Lyon Sotheby's
- Shawn Shackelton | Ventana Fine Properties
Native plants preserve DC Ranch’s conservation vision
One of the unique aspects of DC Ranch’s conservation and landscape philosophy is preserving the surrounding Sonoran Desert. To maintain this vision, specific trees and shrubs are prohibited within the community.
These include any non-native plants whose height can potentially meet or exceed 20 feet at maturity. This also includes any species of tree or shrub that is not listed on the approved plant list, whose mature height may be visible above patio walls, or from surrounding properties.
To learn more about DC Ranch’s conservation and landscape policies along with a complete approved plant list, contact Community Inspector Kenny Martin at email@example.com. For advice about caring for or maintaining landscape, contact Landscape Manager Gary Whitener II at 480.585.8654 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prohibited plants include:
Dark skies guidelines help preserve nighttime beauty
In order to protect the night sky so residents can enjoy a natural environment, the number of street lights within DC Ranch is very limited. The community follows lighting guidelines set forth by the City of Scottsdale in its Environmentally Sensitive Land Ordinance.
Residents should maintain their exterior lighting in a manner consistent with the Ranch governing documents, the Ranch-wide standard, and all applicable covenants. If you have any questions or comments, contact Community Inspector Kenny Martin at 480.419.5307 or email@example.com.
Learn more at www.azgfd.gov/urbanwildlife or contact Security Services at 480.338.8477 or 480.338.8478 with immediate animal concerns.
Be mindful of gate access to guests
Residents assume full responsibility of their guests or service workers once they enter the secured gates of the community, especially if damage or solicitation occurs.
If vendors, photographers, or other business representatives gain access for reasons other than to service a home, please refer them to the Ranch Association at 480.513.1500 to coordinate promotional efforts.
Bulk trash pick-up
The next pick-up is Monday, April 22. Residents may begin placing items outside on Saturday, April 20, and no later than 5 a.m. on the day of pick-up.
The City of Scottsdale will not collect items that are placed on the street, landscaped medians, or common areas. Please call Solid Waste Management at 480.312.5600 for more information.