Frequently Asked Questions
Below are questions that SCHOA is frequently asked by Sun City home owners and residents. If you have a question that is not addressed below, please contact the SCHOA offices at 623-974-4718 or Marketing@suncityhoa.org.
What are SCHOA’s office hours?
The SCHOA office is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 3:00 p.m and Friday 9:00 to noon, with the exception of holidays.
How do I become a SCHOA member?
You can stop by the SCHOA office or sign up through our website. Once the application form and $25 annual membership fee is received, membership will be activated. Please note that SCHOA membership fees are separate from the RCSC fees.
How do I report a possible violation of the CC&Rs?
There are three ways to let us know about a possible violation:
1) Call us at 623.974.4718 and speak with a Compliance Officer.
2) Stop by the SCHOA office during business hours and ask to see a member of the Compliance staff.
3) Send an e-mail to a Compliance Staff Member.
As a business, how can I participate in the SCHOA Business Partner Program?
You will need to complete an application form and go through a vetting process. You can learn more about our Business Partner program here.
Where can I get a SCHOA Community Resource Guide?
You can stop by the SCHOA office at 10401 West Coggins Drive, Sun City, AZ 85351
Where can I get a plot plan for my building project?
SCHOA has plot plans for most of the Sun City single-family homes. As a SCHOA member you can contact our office at 623.974.4718 to request a plot plan. They are available to SCHOA members at no charge but there is a $25 charge for non-members. For more information, click here.
Where can I find out about building permits?
We highly recommend that if you decide to build on your property that you always contact the SCHOA Compliance department first to make sure that your plans won’t have any conflicts with the CC&Rs. After meeting with SCHOA, if it’s determined that you will need a building permit you will need to contact the Maricopa County Planning & Development – Building Permit Division at 602.506-3301.
How can I reach a board member?
You can reach a board member by calling SCHOA at 623.974.4718 and leaving a message for them.
Who do I call if I think there is illegal or questionable activity taking place?
If it is an emergency, please dial 911. The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has told members of the community that if you see something that looks out of place or have a concern to call them. Their non-emergency number is 602.876.1011. Don’t wait to call, if you see something, say something, NOW.
What are the phone numbers for the local utility companies?
EPCOR Water Company: 623.815.3100
Parks and Sons (trash pickup): 623.974.4791
Southwest Gas: 602.860.6020
Where do I report potholes or street signs down?
Please call Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MDCOT) at 623.506.5063. Be sure to ask for a tracking number.
Where can I get information about Sun City?
The Sun City Visitors Center is a great resource and can be reached at 623.977.5000. They are located in the Bell Recreation Center, 16820 N. 99th Avenue, Sun City, 85351, just south of Bell Road.
Where do I pay my Recreation Center (RCSC) assessment?
Your Recreation Center dues can be paid at the Lakeview Recreation Center membership office, lower level, 10626 West Thunderbird Road, Sun City, 85351.
For more information, call 623.561.4603 and ask for the Cardholder Service Department.
Please note that your RCSC dues are separate from the $25 membership dues to join SCHOA.
How do I reach the Condo Association (COA)?
The Sun City Condo Association (COA) can be reached at 623.974.9035
What is PORA’s (Sun City West) phone number?
PORA is SCHOA’s homeowner counterpart in Sun City West. You can reach them at 623.214.1646.
What is the phone number for Sunshine Service?
Sunshine Service provides medical and other equipment to Sun City residents, free of charge and can be reached at 623.974.2561.
Where can I get information on Sun City’s history?
The Sun Cities Area Historical Society/ Sun Cities Museum is located at 10801 Oakmont Drive, Sun City, just west of 107th Avenue, south of Grand Avenue and has an extensive library detailing Sun City’s past. In addition, they have refurbished one of the original Del Webb model homes to its opening day condition. They can be reached at 623.974.2568