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Here you can find tons of information on general topics regarding your community and much, much more!
If there is a topic of information that you think would benefit your community, send it over and we will find a place for it! 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Being a Tortosa resident has its perks!
 
Aside from the Tortosa Community discounted rate, Tortosa residents have FREE bulk pick up every first Saturday of each month. Yes! 
 
 
 
Here is how to:
 
  • Call WM at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled pick up so that they can add your address to their route.
  • Make sure that you have read the WM Bulk Pick up Guidelines, since there are some items that they do not accept.
  • WM will confirm your pick up.
  • Done!
Contact Information
 
 
For Customer service please contact Waste Management at 602-268-2222.
 
Visit Waste Management's website to check out other services and information! 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
A portion of your monthly assessments, go to the basic cable contract with Orbitel. This includes the basic package for all Tortosa residents. To set up your basic cable please contact Orbitel at 520-568-8890
 
Remember to mention that you live in the Tortosa Community for no charge. 
 
The contract with Orbitel only includes the basic cable package. They will charge for extra services.
 
 
This contract will expire in October, 2020 and will not be renewed. For more information regarding this contract please contact us at 520-423-9706, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 Here are some topics that might interest you:
 
 
 
 
Want to share successful tips and tricks?
 Send them over to us an we will post them
up to for the community! 
Got a fail proof way of keeping weeds out?
 A magic home made cleaning solution?
How to fix something in half of the time? 
We want to how how!
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Landscaping in Arizona
 
Living in Arizona, we know that it can be challenging at times to maintain some landscape green. We found this awesome, very informative article from The University of Arizona's Department of Plant Sciences, on " Ground Covers for Arizona Landscaping."
 
 It features a great deal of information on Arizona landscape and how to help it grow and maintain here.
 
 They definitely do have some insight on what type of plants do best in Arizona and how to give them a chance in this dry heat! Take some time to check it out, it might give you the answer to your landscape issues you didn't know you had.