Thank you for visiting the Coronado Foothills Homeowners Association website!
About CFHA - The Coronado Foothills Homeowners Association (CFHA), formed in 1971, is comprised of homeowners in Coronado Foothills Estates, 500 picturesque lots bordered by the Catalina Mountains, Skyline Drive, Swan Road and Alvernon Way. An 11-acre county wilderness park sits in the middle of the subdivision, which is in the desirable Catalina Foothills School District.
The association provides benefits to all community residents, including sponsorship of yearly dumpster rental for vegetation clippings and placement of permanent dog waste stations. CFHA also sponsors an annual Block Party. Additionally, groups of homeowners volunteer bi-monthly to eradicate buffelgrass for those who can't do it for themselves. The community has several active Neighborhood Watch groups. CFHA dues are just $75 yearly. Join today and support your HOA!
The CFHA is governed by a Board of Directors. Board members may be contacted via e-mail from our Board & Contacts page, or via snail mail to:
Coronado Foothills Homeowners Association
P.O. Box 64123
Tucson, AZ 85728
View all upcoming events, or scroll to the bottom of this page for a calendar.
Help us help you!
We want to keep our homeowners informed, and email is a fast and cost effective way to do that!
But at this time we only reach about half of the homeowners in our neighborhood via email.
To sign up right now, visit the CFHA News Email page.
The Coronado Foothills Homeowners Association is dedicated to protecting property values, promoting a sense of community, and maintaining the character and beauty of Coronado Foothills Estates.
Thoughtfully enforce the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs) that govern the use and enjoyment of all properties within Coronado Foothills Estates.
Maintain a culture of transparency through open board meetings, annual events, a website, and proactive communications to keep association members informed on financials, projects, activities, and other topics of interest.
Provide desired services such as dumpsters in the spring for yard clean up, aid in the control of invasive vegetation, social events, dog waste bags, and active communications with Pima County government.