Community Management

Three Missions, One Vision

Three governing entities oversee the delivery of the three separate services at DC Ranch: Developing a sense of connectedness, maintenance of roads and security, and architectural integrity and design.

Community Council

The Community Council is responsible for visioning and facilitating initiatives that enhance residents’ quality of life, serve collective interests and promote the DC Ranch brand. The Council provides recreational, educational, cultural, and volunteer opportunities that reflect community values; operates and programs DC Ranch amenities; creates outlets for communication; and defines DC Ranch Standards.

Community Council Board of Directors
Board Meetings – Agendas & Minutes
Budgets & Financials
Framework for Engagement in Public Policy Advocacy
Governing Documents

Ranch Association

The Ranch Association is responsible for the professional management and protection of the community’s fiscal and environmental assets. The Ranch Association delivers high quality and consistent operations, landscape, maintenance, and security services with an emphasis on customer care and open communication that result in sustained property values and exceptional quality of life.

Ranch Association Board of Directors
Neighborhood Voting Members
Board Meetings – Agendas & Minutes
Budgets & Financials
Governing Documents

Covenant Commission

The Covenant Commission establishes and maintains standards for architectural and landscape design in the community. Supported by design professionals, the five-member Covenant Commission reviews architectural design submissions and works with property owners and builders to maintain high standards of quality and architectural harmony with our desert environment.

Covenant Commissioners
Governing Documents
Builder Forms

Neighborhood Voting Members

Each neighborhood in DC Ranch (more than 40 in all) elects a designated resident to serve as their liaison to the Ranch Association Board of Directors. NVMs cast the sole vote for their neighborhood when electing the Board. They are also responsible for disseminating Ranch Association information to their respective neighborhoods. There are 44 NVM positions in DC Ranch.


There are ten neighborhoods in DC Ranch that are managed by sub-associations. There is also one sub-association, The Villas at Desert Parks Village, that is now under Ranch Association management as part of a one-year pilot program that began July 1, 2020.

The Ranch Offices on Market Street

20551 N. Pima Rd., Suite 180
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Phone: 480.513.1500
Fax: 480.513.1505
Business hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.