What is the
Quail Creek Community
The District is a special purpose, tax levying public improvement district (in accordance with Title 48, Chapter 4, Article 6 of the Arizona Revised Statutes). The District is a local government, distinct and separate from the Town of Sahuarita, with the ability to enter into contracts and to issue debt independently. However, the District is located within the Town boundaries and the Town Council sits as the Governing Board of the District.
When was the District created?
Sahuarita Town Council Resolution 2005-086 was passed on September 12, 2005. It was this resolution which granted the petition to form the district.
How does the District function?
The District has no employees.
In order to function, Town of Sahuarita employees
work on behalf of the District.
The operations & maintenance (O&M) of the assets is the responsibility of the District. The property owners pay a property tax up to 30₵ per $100 of net assessed value which is paying for the operations and maintenance of the district assets. One example of the routine costs is the watering and maintenance of landscaping along Campbell Avenue. In total, the property owners pay taxes of about $22,000 while the Town contributes up to $28,000 to subsidize the cost of operations.
Welcome to the the District
The Quail Creek Community Facilities District
is located within the Town of Sahuarita
and has nearly 800 parcels within its boundaries.
Where is the District?
This map is an approximation of the area covered by the District.
The District has 281 residential properties.
Buildout calls for 2,686 residences.
The District is currently 10.5% built out.