Overview

To begin with, the MVNA Board of Directors consists of neighborhood volunteers who are elected by the residents or if need be, appointed by the existing Board. The Board meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and the meetings are open for all residents to attend. Meetings are normally held in the upstairs Board Room in Building B at The Country Club. Contact any of the current Board Members for additional info.

And now for a little history and background information –

The subdivisions of Moon Valley I and Moon Valley II were mapped in September and November of 1960. Moon Valley III was a remap of part of Moon Valley and done in October, 1967.

In approximately November, 1969, a non profit corporation called “Moon Valley
Homeowners’ Association” was formed. 
It was incorporated August 11, 1994 as “The Moon Valley Homeowners  Association, Inc.” 

The Association did not contemplate pecuniary gain or profit to its members. The primary purposes for which it was formed were and still remain:

(1) To provide for the protection and improvement of residential properties within the Moon Valley community.

(2)  To promote the health, safety and welfare of the residents within the Moon Valley community.

(3)  To have and exercise any and all powers, rights and privileges which a corporation organized under the nonprofit corporation statutes of the State of Arizona may now or here after exercise.

Then in 2011, because we do not abide by guidelines of your typical Home Owner’s Association (HOA), the name of the organization was changed to The Moon Valley Neighborhood Association, Inc (MVNA). 

Because the Moon Valley Neighborhood Association is not an HOA membership is strictly voluntary and the current (2016) annual fee is only $25.  MVNA also collects annual voluntary contributions of $90 to support a neighborhood security patrol.

The Moon Valley Neighborhood Association serves the 29 subdivisions within the following boundaries:

Starting at the intersection of Thunderbird and Coral Gables Drive, Phoenix, Arizona, then East on Thunderbird to Canterbury Drive, the North to Boca Raton, the East to Medinan, then North to Tam O’Shanter, the East to the intersection of Hearn Road and 7th Street, then North to the intersection of Coral Gables and 7th Street, then West and South to the intersection of Coral Gables and Thunderbird Road.

MVNA serves homeowners in the 29 subdivisions listed below.  Some of these subdivisions, including Hillcrest and  Moon Valley Cluster Homes (Valle Luna), do have active homeowner associations with required fees.  To identify which subdivision your home is located in, check out the Moon Valley Subdivision Map.

 Apollo Estates 1,2,3,4,5,6  Moon Valley Country Estates
 Camino Verde  Moon Valley Country Estates 2
 Coral Gables Estates 1,2,3  Moon Valley Cluster Homes
 Country Club North 1,2,3  Moon Valley Estates
 Hillcrest Phase 1,2,3,4  Moon Valley Homes
 Luna Vista Estates  Mini Moon Estates
 Moon Valley  Mini Moon Estates 2
 Moon Valley 2  Sunset North Unit 6
 Moon Valley 3  

Each subdivision has restrictions placed on the use of the residential land of the subdivision. These restrictions are set forth in the individual subdivision Covenants. Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R) and are often referred to as deed restrictions. CC&Rs are recorded with the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. The purpose of deed restrictions is to ensure standards for maintenance, appearance, and use of property within the subdivision boundaries. These standards maintain or increase property values and create a more effective, enjoyable environment for family living.

To review the specific CC&Rs for a subdivision, select the HOA/CC&Rs tab.