Welcome to Quail Creek!
Moving into a new home and community can be an exciting time, especially a premier, active adult community like Quail Creek! Full of fun amenities, clubs, activities and a myriad of “must dos”, it can be a bit overwhelming initially. This page is designed to help you ease into your new lifestyle at Quail Creek.
If you're a new homeowner, your first stop is to register with the Concierge Desk at the Madera Clubhouse. Call 520-393-5822 to make an appointment. You will need to bring your completed closing papers from the title company with you to complete the process.
The Property Owners' Association staff is at your service!
New Homeowner Orientations are held approximately quarterly and are for new homeowners who have closed on their homes since the last orientation. Homeowner orientations are posted in What's Happening at Quail Creek, our daily (M-F) email newsletter.
At the orientation, each of the POA's managers and directors will introduce themselves and talk about their areas of responsibility.
When you schedule an appointment and meet with the friendly staff at the Concierge Desk in the Madera Clubhouse, you will receive a Welcome Packet which contains information and forms such as:
- Source Book form
- Northstar Data Validation form
- Unit Representatives form
- Anza Athletic Club and Sports Facilities waiver
- Optional Homeowner's Card Signing Privilege Application Agreement
- Vacation Watch Form
- Registration Form for Vehicle Window Tag Installation
- Quail Creek Name Tag Order form
- Common area key for the swimming pools and restrooms at the pickleball courts and on the golf course
- Website instructions
You will receive a copy of the latest Source Book which contains the names and addresses of residents who wish to be listed. In order to be listed in the next Source Book, you need to fill out and submit the form located in the first few pages of the book or complete the online Source Book form. The deadline for submission of information and/or corrections is July 1 of each year.
In addition, you will receive your Homeowner's Wristband or Keyfob. These items have an embedded microchip that is used to check in at the Anza Athletic Club and Pro Shop. Optionally, if activated, they can also be used to charge items at the Grill, Madera Clubhouse and Pro Shop.
The Concierge Desk will be your information center and contact for any POA personnel. They also act as a Box Office for tickets sales for events in Quail Creek. The number for the Concierge Desk is 520-393-5822.
Finding Your Way Around Quail Creek
Quail Creek is fortunate to have a variety of facilities, meeting rooms and sports venues available, but it can be a challenge to find your way around.
Navigate the streets and buildings of Quail Creek with the help of maps and floor plans of many of the commonly used areas. The Maps and Floor Plans section of the website (found under QC Info on the navigation bar) can help.
Both the Main Gate and South (Back) are accessible with an electronic window tag.
To register for a window tag, complete a Window Tag Registration Form. Call the Gate House at 393-2941 for an appointment for window tag installation. Complete one form for each vehicle. Bring the completed form, Homeowner ID card and your vehicle registration to the Gate House at your appointment time.
The window tag is a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) sticker which automatically lifts the gate, as your vehicle approaches, allowing you entry. If you choose not to use a RFID window tag or the tag does not work in your particular vehicle, you may present your Robson issued Homeowner's card at the Main Gate for access. Window tags for two vehicles are installed at no charge. Additional vehicles may be tagged for $25 each.
Architectural and Landscape Committee (ALC)
The State of Arizona requires that a licensed contractor be used for project that will exceed the sum of $1,000. The Quail Creek Architectural and Landscaping Committee strongly recommends that homeowners use only licensed contractors. Contact the Arizona State Registrar of Contractors (520-628-6345) to verify the status of a contractor’s license and to hear about any complaints against him/her.
Enjoying Life at Quail Creek
Quail Creek's Anza Athletic Club welcomes you to jump in the pool, take an exercise class, or work out independently or with a personal trainer. Anza uses a card-swipe system that utilizes your Robson Homeowner Card.
Clubs are formed for many areas of interest, including cards and games, performing arts, creative arts, sports, and religious, political or other interests. Clubs are listed under Clubs and Activities. There you will find more information about each club and how to contact them.
If you're hungry, be sure to visit the Grill Restaurant & Oasis Lounge. Check out the Grill Specials as well as monthly Wine Dinners. Early risers can visit the Coffee Bar in the Madera Clubhouse.
Quail Creek's three nine-hole courses and Pro Shop await you, whether you are an experienced golfer or just taking up the game. Visit the Quail Creek Golf Club page for all the information you'll need to get started.
Communications at Quail Creek
Quail Creek Website
The QCPOA website is your source of information about the Quail Creek community. On the website, you'll find information on events, announcements, amenities, staff organization, documents, forms, and much more. You are encouraged to keep your website Personal Profile up-to-date so that you receive the daily What's Happening email. If you need assistance, please contact the Concierge Desk located in the lobby of the Madera Clubhouse.
What's Happening at Quail Creek
Keep up with activities, free and ticketed events and Property Owners Association news in Quail Creek! What's Happening is an opt-in subscription to our daily email newsletter published Monday through Friday. The newsletter is for property owners and long term renters in Quail Creek. What's Happening is also available online.
Sahurita Snippets / Green Valley Tellex
Sahuarita Snippets / Green Valley Tellex is is a monthly publication, authored by Gil Lusk, a member of the Sahuarita Town Council, Green Valley Council Executive Committee and Green Valley Council-Foundation. Gil includes information about the town of Sahuarita in which the Quail Creek community is physically located as well as Green Valley.
Quail Creek Crossing
The Quail Creek Crossing is published monthly by Robson Publishing and is mailed to your Quail Creek address. It is also available at the Madera Clubhouse on or near the 16th of each month. The Crossing contains articles about events, club updates and advertising from local merchants. The Crossing can also be read online at quailcreekcrossing.com.
Quail Creek Source Book
The Quail Creek Source Book is a printed reference book that you should have received when you closed on your house. It contains a resident directory as well as general information, a resource guide, and advertising from local merchants. This book is published annually by Robson Publishing. In order to be listed in the next Source Book, you need to fill out and submit the form located in the first few pages of the book, or complete the online Source Book form. The deadline for submission of information and/or corrections is July 1 of each year.
Bulletin Board and Kiosk in the Clubhouse
There is a bulletin board and information slots in the hallway around the corner from the Madera Clubhouse Concierge Desk. Here you can find flyers and forms for various clubs and activities in the community. The daily schedule for the Clubhouse meeting rooms is posted there as well.
Rules, Policies and Guidelines
The POA Board and Committees have developed a number of rules, policies and guidelines to ensure that life in Quail Creek remains consistent with being a premier active adult community. You can find the original documents that govern Quail Creek on this website under Governing Documents.
In addition there are several hard copy documents available:
- Quail Creek Homeowner's Guide (hard copy received at time of home purchase)
- Quail Creek Source Book (available from the Property Owner's Association office in the Madera Clubhouse)
When You're Away
Things You Need to Do
As a new homeowner, there are some things to do as you get settled into your new home:
Driver's License - Apply for an Arizona Driver's License, license plates and voter registration at the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division. Arizona issues an "extended" driver license that expires at age 65. Renewed licenses are valid for five years. Drivers 60 years old and older will receive a five-year license. The Motor Vehicle Division does not have a formal notification process to notify you that your license is expiring.
License Plate - State law requires that "ARIZONA" (or "AZ" in the case of a small-size plate) at the top of Arizona license plates not be covered or otherwise obscured. Any license plate frame, holder or cover that prevents the license plate from being clearly legible, is in violation of the law.
Name Tag - If you wish to order a name tag, order forms are available from the Concierge Desk in the Madera Clubhouse. Order directly from the company.
Postal Service - Set up local postal service and pick up your mailbox keys from the USPS, 50 E Continental Rd, Green Valley, AZ 85614.
Satellite Dish - If you plan to install a Satellite Dish, you need to notify the ALC, per ALC Reqs & Permits. Forms are also available at the Concierge Desk in the Madera Clubhouse.
Utilities - Contact local utility companies for services. See Arizona A-Z.
Visit the Green Valley/Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce for information about the local area. Chamber offices are located at 275 W. Continental Road, Suite 123. Call for information 520-625-7575.