Congratulations on the purchase of your home in the beautiful community of Tortosa! Living in an association may be a new experience for new homeowners, but there are so many benefits to it!
You and your Management Team - Working together to maintain the integrity of your Community.
New Homeowner Welcome Packet
Contains lots of information about the Tortosa Community! These are mailed or emailed as soon as we receive all closing paperwork. We also have this digital file for reference.
- Moving Checklist
- Service Set-Up
- Meet Tortosa Team
- Lifestyle Program
- Association Living
- Important Information
- Frequently Asked Question
Tortosa is one of the largest communities in Maricopa. We have multiple pocket parks, soccer goals, frisbee disc course, putting green, corn hole, full basketball court, half basketball court, irrigation lake, front tower water feature, and our roundabout water fountain. We also have doggie stations positioned through the community for our dog walkers.
Waste Management Services
Waste Management is the service provider for the community of Tortosa at a discounted rate. Weekly trash service is collected on Wednesdays.
Another perk is FREE monthly bulk pick up on the first Saturday of each month (unless a holiday falls on that weekend).
How to schedule bulk pick up:
- Call Waste Management at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled pick-up date so they can add your address to their route.
- Make sure that you have read the bulk pick-up guidelines. There are some items they do not accept along with size restrictions.
- Waste Management will confirm your pick-up and you are all set!
Assessments are due monthly at $81.00 for 2023. We have lots of options on how to make payment along with going green! View our payment options page for more information.
Violation and Courtesy Notices
Living in a homeowner association, homeowners are to maintain their properties as stated in the guidelines. With this, Tortosa's Covenants Coordinator performs weekly community inspections, which could, in turn, cause you to receive a courtesy notice or violation notice. These notices are used to inform you of what is not within the guidelines and give each homeowner 14 days to correct the issue before going to the next stage. The Deed Enforcement Policy lays out the violation process.