LazyK Pulte Development is Here

Approximate overlay of Lazy K Pulte Development on Sanctuary Cove's northern border

What you need to know

On Tuesday, March 19,  at 7:00 p.m. the Marana Town Council will be approving the final plat for the development. We want a large contingency of Cove supporters to be there! 

  • TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019
  • 7:00 PM  8:00 PM
  • MARANA MUNICIPAL COMPLEX 11555 WEST CIVIC CENTER DRIVE MARANA, AZ, 85653 UNITED STATES

as a supporter of sanctuary cove

Stay involved with our efforts this year as we navigate these big changes. Sanctuary Cove needs you now more that ever! Become a member!

opportunities

A large group of homeowners may be a wonderful addition to our community of Cove supporters. We need to welcome them and carefully  explain who we are and why we exist. It's so easy to fall in love with this beautiful place and once our new neighbors love it like we do, they too will work to preserve it.

things we need to manage and monitor

Our northern border has been crossed from the Lazy K side for many years, despite the "No Trespassing" signs posted. We must work with Pulte to create a real understanding of the need for residents to use our Scenic Drive front gates and NOT to hike in on trails from the northern border near Scenic Drive.  This is important for two reasons:  the wildlife corridor created by the wash on the north side of the caretakers house is a critical habitat for many animals and, our caretaker and cottage guests reserve the right to preserve the privacy of the areas to the north of these dwellings. A wall between our  properties would cut off wildlife corridors; education and improved signage is the key.

lets work together

Every one of us is living in a dwelling that was once undeveloped, natural environment. While it is hard to see more and more of the gorgeous desert bladed for homes, it does our cause no good to villainize the builders or buyers of these homes. We must work together to maintain the things we love about living in the desert; peace and quiet, harmony with animals and plants, water conservation and respect for each other, even when we have chosen different paths.

Marana 3-19 meeting action item and final plat