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New protocols and guidelines for reopening of Desert Camp Community Center

DC Ranch is implementing a phased approach that prioritizes health and safety for residents and staff when reopening amenities. While we look forward to reopening, residents should recognize that phased reopening plans will not be an immediate return to normal operations. Rather, they include additional mitigation measures to foster states of low to no community […]

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

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 […]

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DC Ranch impacted by new government response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Gov. Doug Ducey issued a new executive order on Monday, March 30 ordering all Arizona residents to remain in their homes for the next month except for essential needs. Therefore, DC Ranch is following the recommendations of federal and state public health agencies and taking additional steps to help reduce the risk and slow the […]

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Loop 101 ramps near DC Ranch scheduled to close from early April through June

Drivers in Scottsdale should plan for two long-term ramp closures on the Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) in conjunction with the ongoing improvement project.┬áThe ramp closures are needed to widen bridges and reconstruct ramps between Hayden and Pima/Princess roads to accommodate the additional lanes being constructed on the freeway. [Click here to view map with detour […]

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Wildflower Season

Residents are encouraged to get outside and appreciate the beauty of peak wildflower season (while practicing social distancing). The wildflower program in DC Ranch, planned and implemented under the Developer Agreement with the City of Scottsdale more than 20 years ago, is a way to celebrate the unique desert setting. It has also become one […]

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