DC Ranch closures unchanged in compliance with extension of stay-at-home order

| Mike Gertzman

Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday extended his stay-at-home order through May 15. Therefore, the DC Ranch community centers, amenities and playgrounds will remain closed. The DC Ranch leadership team is closely monitoring the guidance from government officials, and the staff is preparing for the reopening of facilities when it is permitted and safe to do so.

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Events, programs and rentals

All in-person events, programs and club gatherings have been canceled through May.

The need to cancel or modify future programming and facility operations will be evaluated on an ongoing basis.

Virtual activities such as Yoga, Meditation, Strength and Balance, Grapenuts, DC Ranch Has Talent, Lifelong Learning, Women’s Club, Lunchtime Critters and a Donation Drive are being offered in May. Click here to view the events calendar.

Private event rentals at the community centers are canceled through May. No new rental requests will be accepted until further notice.

Improvement projects

A significant amount of work is being done to improve the community centers, so they will be in excellent condition when residents return.

-Interior and exterior paint at Desert Camp
-New flooring in multipurpose and recreation rooms at Desert Camp
-New cabinetry and storage at Desert Camp
-The inside and outside of all facilities thoroughly cleaned
-Main pool acid washed and decking repaired
-Failing irrigation lines replaced

Living Connected

DC Ranch residents are part of an incredible community designed to bring people together. DC Ranch is working hard to uphold the promise of Living Connected during these special circumstances. We are focusing on ways to promote physical distancing, while also encouraging social connectedness. The Community Council is privileged to play the role of connector in these moments. Please explore dcranch.com/coronavirus for helpful information and unique activities.

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Help support DC Ranch businesses

Many businesses are open but are struggling as we work to stop the spread of coronavirus. Visit DCRanch.com for a list of businesses that are offering special incentives to customers during this difficult time.

Other ways you can help:
-Buy a gift card from a local business and save it for future use
-Order takeout or delivery from a local restaurant
-Follow local businesses on social media and leave positive reviews

Please care for yourself and for those around you and continue to adhere to the preventative measures as recommended by public health officials. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact DC Ranch staff by phone at 480-513-1500 or email at communications.team@dcranchinc.com.