Welcome to Vistancia

Welcome Home!

We're thrilled to have you join our diverse community. We'd like to share some information and a little of our backstory, to help you get settled. The Vistancia master-planned community began development in 2004. The master plan consists of four distinct communities: The Village at Vistancia, Blackstone at Vistancia, Trilogy at Vistancia, and our newest edition: Northpointe at Vistancia. As a resident of the Village at Vistancia, you have access to beautiful amenities, exclusive lifestyle events, and a vibrant community where you can create meaningful connections with neighbors.

We've compiled a digital Resident Booklet, highlighting the most important information you need to know as a new resident. You can access this electronically, anytime. We also host a quarterly New Resident Orientation that features a presentation from the management team, prizes, snacks, and refreshments. If you're interested in joining one of our 2024 orientations, you're welcome to attend on any of the following dates:

Monday, April 8, 2024 | 6 p.m.
Monday, July 8, 2024 | 6 p.m.
Monday, October 7, 2024 | 6 p.m.

What do I need to know about a Homeowners Association?

The Association is a mandatory, nonprofit corporation. Upon purchasing a home in The Village at Vistancia, residents become members of the Vistancia Village A Community Association. Association members are responsible for paying quarterly dues to support community operations and reserve funds. A Board of Directors governs the Association and operates under the Arizona State Statutes and the governing documents that establish the Association. The purpose of the Association is to preserve the community's home and property values through its governing documents. The Association provides for the maintenance, improvement, preservation, and administration of the common areas.

What is the VMC?

The Vistancia Maintenance Corporation exists to service and maintain the Discovery Trail, the community entrance waterfall, landscaping along major arterial roads, and the 404-designated washes. CCMC also manages VMC. Since the amenities maintained by this entity are for the benefit of the entire master-planned community, The Village, Blackstone, and Trilogy all contribute to VMC’s annual operating and reserve budgets.

What are the Governing Documents?

The Governing Documents include the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), the Recorded Plat, Bylaws, Articles of Incorporation, Design Guidelines, Rules and Regulations, and other policies, as adopted by the Board of Directors. These documents establish the architectural standards and the rules that govern the use of property within the community. You are encouraged to read them and understand your role as the homeowner. The CC&Rs are set up to protect your rights as a property owner. They are important rules governing your responsibilities as a member of the Association. The CC&Rs make living in harmony convenient and easy for all involved. The architectural provisions and guidelines are set up so as not to stifle your creativity, but rather to ensure that the integrity of the original community design is preserved.

View Governing Documents.