Category: April 2023

Citrus Tree Care Review

Bonnie Nowicki It’s that time of year to plant new citrus trees and/or check if you are pruning, fertilizing, and watering adequately the citrus trees you have. As you enjoy your present harvest, maintaining the health of your citrus trees for future crops is crucial. As I stated in my citrus article back in March…

Removing Deceased People from Voter Rolls

Do you know how to remove deceased people from the voter rolls? What happens to your voter registration when you die? Will someone get a copy of your ballot in the next election and vote to oppose your beliefs? These were a few of the questions concerned citizens in Quail Creek had and set out…

May 2023 Board Meeting

Melani Caron Participating is defined as the action of taking part in something. Residents are encouraged to attend and observe the open board of directors meetings. At the end of each board meeting, homeowners are welcomed to participate in an “open forum.” Here are a few tips: 1. Put your request in writing. This isn’t…

Thankful for Volunteers

Melani Caron Regardless of the size of any community, there is always one thing that every community needs: resident volunteers. April is National Volunteer Month, and I am grateful for the wonderful homeowners who have generously given of their time to serve. Quail Creek has volunteers serving in the capacity of one of the many…

Lock Boxes Can Help in Case of an Emergency

Melani Caron The Green Valley Fire District and the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers urge you to consider installing your own home safety lockbox. In an emergency such as a fire, a medical trauma, an accidental fall, home attack, or similar situation, a home lockbox enables first responders to retrieve a spare key to your…

Update Source Book Listing

Melani Caron Are you a new resident in Quail Creek? Recently moved to a different address within the community? Need to update your listing in the Quail Creek Source Book™? If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, then please go to quailcreekcrossing.com/update-source-book-listing and fill in the information as you would like it to…

Snake Safety

Melani Caron If you see a snake, do not attempt to remove it yourself! Stay a safe distance from the snake, but keep an eye on its location to assist Green Valley Fire District. Call the Fire Corps at 520-629-9200 to have a snake removed.

Arizona Exercise and Hydration Tips for the Summer Season

Don Beaver, Director of Fitness As we approach the higher temperatures where our perspiration will instantly dry and possibly confuse us as to just how much water we are losing, remember the following tips for both exercise and hydration in our wonderful Arizona arid climate: “Need for Exercise—Decreased or no physical activity can have a…