Cliff Rose Homeowner's Association
A Planned Area Development
We are just a few miles from downtown Prescott. Since the 1970’s, our growth has been purposefully slow and steady as a few new homes are added each year. We are currently at approximately 420 homes with about 8 unsold lots and 8 undeveloped lots.
Cliff Rose is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Many HOA functions are overseen by HOAMCO, a fee-based professional HOA management company. These functions include escrow processing, rules enforcement, and treasury. We maintain a resident-only parking facility for RVs at very reasonable rates. The HOA dues are $100 annually. The Dues are low because the only maintenance requirements of the HOA include the RV lot, common area landscaping, and some drainage ditches. The streets are maintained by the City of Prescott. We are also guided by our CC&Rs Document.
Within our community, residents host various group activities, publish a quarterly newsletter (Quail Trail), sponsor a charity food drive twice a year, and a community-wide garage sale in the fall.
Just to our west is the Adult Center of Prescott which promotes mental, physical and social health. They offer health and personal improvements classes as well as offering several social activities including dance in the evening. You can enjoy lunch at their center while you review their calendar of events.
To the west and north we have 2 man-made reservoirs (Watson and Willow Lakes) and the Granite Dells – offering a variety of activities: fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, rock climbing. See our Activities Page
Prescott is Centrally Located
We are in the middle of all the fun!
Nightlife, shows and gaming in Vegas is a 4 hour drive.
You can be standing at the rim of the Grand Canyon in 2 hours.
With all the big city has to offer, Phoenix and Scottsdale are a 2 hour drive.
Skiing and fun: in 4 hours you can be in powder.
The breath-taking red rocks of Sedona are just 2 hours away.
Close to Home
Prescott enjoys a full four season climate. We have wonderfully warm summers, colorful falls and just enough snow to thrill before it melts away in a few days. Neighbors enjoy themselves on hiking trails and kayaking. New Farm-to-Table restaurants as well as the old established restaurants along Whiskey Row are ever inviting.
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