Can I post a political sign in my yard? (Updated)
If a sign is placed on Maricopa County property, it is permitted in compliance with their guidelines, per A.R.S. 16-1019. Political signs may be placed in the public right-of-way, as long as they are not hazardous to public safety. Signs cannot placed prior to 60 days before the election, and must be removed within 30 days after the election (15 days for right-of-ways).
The Las Sendas Community Association will remove signs placed on LSCA property. In most cases, however, political signs in Las Sendas are legally placed in the public right-of-way or on private property. Council has the right to remove political signs on its own property, but may not remove signs on any other property (e.g. the county's).
In the event of a complaint when a sign is on business/commercial property, the LSCA will contact the business owner. In the event that the sign was not approved by the property owner, the property owner may remove the sign. Except in unique situations, the LSCA will not remove the sign. Commercial properties may have political signs within 45 days of an election or 7 days after an election (unless the signs violate city or county ordinance). All other signage must comply with the LSCA’s Non-Residential Design Guidelines policy; in most cases, signage other than political signage requires LSCA approval.
The homeowners’ associations are governed by A.R.S. 33-1808, which provides that the associations must allow political signs on a member’s property, but no earlier than 71 days before the day of the election and signs must be removed within 3 days after an election.
Per ARS 16-1019, it is a class 2 misdemeanor for any person to knowingly remove, alter, deface or cover any political sign of any candidate for public office or knowingly remove, alter or deface any political mailers, handouts, flyers or other printed materials of a candidate that are delivered by hand to a residence for the period commencing forty-five days before a primary election and ending seven days after the general election.
Can I reserve The Trailhead for a wedding?
Yes! The Trailhead is an amazing place to host a wedding.
The price will depend on the day of the event and whether or not you are a resident of Las Sendas.
Residents of Las Sendas may see rates by clicking Member Rates. Those that are not residents of Las Sendas may see rates by clicking Public Rates.
Can I submit a work order request? (New)
How do I make a reservation? (Updated)
If you'd like to reserve a tennis, pickleball, or bocce court, ramada or field at a park, or a banquet room at The Trailhead please visit our reservations page
. If you have further questions please email Morgan, our lifestyle director at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call us at 480.357.8780.
How do I report a noise violation?
If you would like to report a noise violation, please call the Maricopa County Sherrif's Office at 602-876-1011.
How do I sign up for the Spa and Fitness Center?
To sign up for the Las Sendas Spa & Fitness Center please visit their website
or call the front desk at 480.832.6900.
How much does a membership at the Golf Club cost?
Residents of Las Sendas may contact the Las Sendas Golf Club for membership rates at 480-396-4000.
The Las Sendas Golf Club is a separate entity and in no way associated with Las Sendas Community Association.
What do I do before painting my home?
Prior to painting your home, you must submit an architectural review application. Please click here
for more information.
What schools are in the area?
Las Sendas residents are in the Mesa Public School District which includes the following schools:
Where can I go hiking?
Las Sendas is central to various hiking and mountain biking trails here in Mesa. There are various trails within Las Sendas and many more right outside of the community. Please visit The Hawes Trail Alliance
for more information on the Hawes Trail which borders Las Sendas and connects to our community trails in various spots.
Who are the statues of throughout the community?
The Las Sendas community is proud to own and display this unique residential art collection. We hope you enjoy discovering these figures and learning the stories of the people they represent.
1995 Developers, Scott Walker and Buddy Johnson, purchased 16 bronze sculptures for their planned community “Falcon Ridge” They placed the figures along hiking trails. Their choice of subject was based on their perception of the individual’s contribution to the 20th century.
1995 Blandford Homes took over the project which, in addition to the land, included the statues and renamed the development “Las Sendas”.
1995 – 2002 Many of the pieces were relocated from the trails to more visible sites.
2007 Ten of the pieces remained on the property.
2016 The Las Sendas Community Association put plans in place to have four of the pieces still on trails, moved to more public areas.
2017 All of the pieces were cleaned, and polished for the first time in 22 years. Missing identification plaques were replaced.
2018 Relocations were completed, minor repairs were made, lighting was added to nine of pieces, and landscaping was improved at all of the statue sites. In addition plans were put in place for ongoing annual maintenance of the entire collection.
Who do I contact if I have further questions about events?
If you have questions about events, weddings or other facility rentals here in Las Sendas, please contact our Lifestyle Director, Morgan Collins. She can be reached via email at email@example.com or by phone here at the office at 480.357.8780.