Sunland Village is a best-value age-privileged community.

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A Residential 55+ Community in Mesa, Arizona

4601 East Dolphin Avenue
Main Entrance on Diamond Ave. and Greenfield Rd.
Sunland reaches from Broadway Rd. to Southern Ave.
West of Greenfield Rd. to Higley Ave.
 
Our community website was developed by Sunland Village to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. We hope you enjoy looking around our site.  Please return often, as the site is updated on a regular basis.  Feel free to contact the Manager, the Board, or the Activity Director, by using the Contact Us link located on the Home menu or in the Footer Box.  
Architectural Guidelines
Read ACC Guidelines Before Beginning Exterior Projects
 
ACC Committee meets Thursdays at 11:30 a.m. to review submitted applications.  Those approved will receive a Green Permit to place in front window until project is completed.  Those not approved will receive a call from a ACC member or staff to explain why your project is denied and how to correct your request  Click for More Here
News Tidbits
May News
Posted on May 13th, 2020
The Sunland Village Board of Directors met on May 12th to reevaluate the current situation regarding the facilities that are closed as a result of the Governor’s Executive Orders concerning COVID-19. The Board decided the following; Effective May 16th the following modification to the facility closures will be as follows:
 
Pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order EO 2020-36, Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return Stronger
Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance, under all circumstances, the following precautions should be followed by people utilizing all recreational facilities:
  • Stay home if sick.
  • If you are at a higher risk for severe illness, you should avoid visiting the recreational facilities. People at higher risk for severe illness include adults 65 or older and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions.
  • Stay at least 6 feet away from other patrons.
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • After leaving the facility, use hand sanitizer. When you get home, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Pools: Will reopen May 16th. Everyone must follow the posted rules. All people must maintain social distance and practice good health habits.
Fitness Center: Will reopen May 16th. Everyone must follow the posted rules. Cardio equipment will have every other machine turned off to maintain social distancing. All people must maintain social distance and practice good health habits.
Sport Courts: Will reopen May 16th.All people must maintain social distance and practice good health habits. Everyone must follow the posted rules specific to each sports court area.  Tennis; Pickleball; Horseshoes; Bocce
 
Rooms:   The following rooms will reopen May 16th  All people must maintain social distance and practice good health habits. Everyone must follow the posted rules specific to each room.
 
Auditorium: Open only to the walking group in the morning. Must maintain social distancing.
Woodshop: Limited to 4 people
Ceramics: Limited to 8 people
Lapidary: Limited to  4 people
Billiards: Limited to 4 tables
Library: Limited to 5 people   
All events including all cards, games, and bingo: Will remain canceled.  
 
The decision is based on the Executive Orders of the Governor’s office and the guidance of the CDC. Recreational facility access will change as conditions change.  Access may become more restrictive or less restrictive in the coming weeks. Everyone must practice good health habits and maintain social distancing. Most important of all, stay at home when you are sick.
 
Anyone that unnecessarily jeopardizes the health of others may be subject to having their privileges revoked by the Board of Directors as per the Code of Conduct policy.
  • Until further notice, no guests will be allowed. Sunland Village residents only for all facilities.
  • At-risk people should consult with their doctor before using the recreational facilities.
  • Please be good stewards of soap, paper towels, and sanitizer. Use as needed. Supplies are very limited. If supplies are exhausted we may be forced to close the facilities.
  • Caution signs will serve as a reminder that this effort should be considered at your own risk. A level of risk will likely be with us for some time and nothing anyone does will provide 100% safety. 
  • These are extraordinary circumstances so everyone needs to reevaluate how we view our surroundings.  We should all mitigate our risk and maintain social distancing and practice good health habits.
Posted 5/1/2020
The Sunland Village Board of Directors met on May 1st  to reevaluate the current situation regarding the facilities that are closed as a result of COVID-19. The Board decided the following: That all Sunland Village facilities will remain closed and activities canceled until at least May 12, 2020.
 
The decision of the Sunland Village Board of Directors to close the facilities was required to comply with the Executive Orders of Governor Ducey. Leaving the facilities open would have been in violation of the Executive Orders of the Governor and jeopardized the health of residents as well as subjecting the Association to legal claims of negligence.
 
Until further notice, the Association office will remain closed to walk-in traffic. Residents should make an appointment before coming to the office. The majority of the Association business can be conducted online over the phone at 480-832-9003.  The web site has been upgraded to better serve you. We have downloadable PDF forms that can be sent to the office by email, fax, or placed in the dropbox in front of the office.
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Upcoming Events
Summer Matinee Movie
Friday, June 12th, 2 pm at Auditorium
Due to Covid-19 and facilities/events being closed until an undetermined date, movies may be canceled on a month to month basis.  Follow News Updates for updates.
This summer's schedule of FREE matinee movies includes new and popular releases.  All movies are licensed through SWANK Motion Pictures.  Doors open at 1:30 p.m. with concessions available for donations to cover costs.
Showing: Lion King
Ice Cream Social
Tuesday, June 16th, 6 pm at Auditorium
IMPORTANT: Due to CANCELLATION of large gatherings, check often to see if this event date is canceled.
 
Build your own ice cream sundae (3 scoops and toppings) followed by musical entertainment.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m.  Tickets $5 advance (no tickets sold at the door).  This event is offered to Sunland residents only.
Dessert Speaker Series
Monday, June 22nd, 6 pm at Auditorium
IMPORTANT: Due to closures of large gatherings, check often to see if this event is canceled.
 
Bill Harrison, Arizonan Historian returns with a new set of presentations.  Dessert and coffee are included!  Tickets are $5 each.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Summer Matinee Movie
Friday, June 26th, 2 pm at Auditorium
Due to Covid-19 and facilities/events being closed until an undetermined date, movies may be canceled on a month to month basis.  Follow News Updates for updates.
This summer's schedule of FREE matinee movies includes new and popular releases.  All movies are licensed through SWANK Motion Pictures.  Doors open at 1:30 p.m. with concessions available for donations to cover costs.
Showing: Little Women
Summer Matinee Movie
Friday, July 10th, 2 pm at Auditorium
Due to Covid-19 and facilities/events being closed until an undetermined date, movies may be canceled on a month to month basis.  Follow News Updates for updates.
This summer's schedule of FREE matinee movies includes new and popular releases.  All movies are licensed through SWANK Motion Pictures.  Doors open at 1:30 p.m. with concessions available for donations to cover costs.
Showing: A Dog's Journey
How to Find Us
Sunland Village is located in Mesa, Arizona. 
The main entrance to our community is at Diamond Ave. and Greenfield Rd.
From Hwy 60 exit Greenfield Rd. and head north to Diamond Ave. 
Turn east into the community. 
The H.O.A. office is located at 4601 E. Dolphin Ave. 
Click here for a map of the community.
Click Here to see a map of the main Activity Center facilities and courts.
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About Us

Sunland Village is the second of four Farnsworth developments in the East Valley. Home construction was begun in 1974 and completed in 1984 with 2685 homes. There are about 4000 year-round and seasonal residents living in Sunland Village. All homes are single family individual homes, Villas and condos.

As a Homeowners Association (HOA), all owners and residents are governed by the CCR&R's and Bylaws which may be found in the "Documents" section under the SVCA tab. As a nonprofit Arizona Corporation, we have a board of directors entirely comprised of homeowners that each serve 3 year terms.

Our Community

Sunland Village is an 55+ active adult community, with many amenities for its residents; including three swimming pools, jacuzzi, whirlpool, tennis courts, pickleball courts, golf course, hobby and craft rooms, and a large number of chartered clubs and special interest groups.

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4601 E. Dolphin Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85206
480-832-9003
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Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
After Hours Drop Box