The Green Valley Council is here for the benefit of the homeowners in Green Valley. Read more to see how GVC serves you.
Green Valley is an un-incorporated community. City services are delivered by Pima County, but there is no local office for citizens to call for information or help.
The Green Valley Council was organized in 1973 to enable Homeowner Associations to speak with one voice when communicating concerns to Pima County. 75 HOA's, representing more than 22,000 residents, are members of the Council today (paying $7.50 per home in annual dues).
The Council functions much like a town council, working through committees that address the needs and concerns of the community: Planning & Architectural, Traffic & Arroyos, Health & Human Services, Community Services, Environmental (water, air quality and solar), and Citizen Corps. These committees are staffed by more than 180 volunteers from member HOAs. Pima County is represented on many of the committees.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors established objectives for the Council in 1989. While the Council has no legal authority, it is recognized by both the County and State, and its recommendations strongly influence the decision making process at both levels of government.
The Board of Representatives, the Council's governing body, meets monthly; meetings are open to the public. Our County Commissioner, and representatives from the offices of our senators and members of congress attend regularly.
Canoa Seca Estates II is a member of the Council and we are represented on the Board by one of our homeowners. Several of our residents are involved in the work of the Council.
Green Valley Council Office 555 N. La Canada Drive, Suite 117 Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 PM - Monday through Friday Telephone: 520-648-1936 Website: https://gvcouncil.org/