Due to the extended drought and extremely dry conditions throughout Arizona and the West, the threat of a wildfire in the vicinity of Las Vegas Ranch Estates has increased. It is important that you know what to do in the event of a local wildfire. Click here to see suggestions on how to respond to a threatening wildfire, some reading material on what to have ready in case of evacuation, information on animal evacuations, and a map with escape routes.
Poachers were seen at about 2AM on Easter morning on Camp Wood Road at the east boundary of LV Ranch Estates. Spotlighting was observed, a shot was fired, and the fence into the State Trust Land north of the road was cut. No kill was detected the following morning.
If you see suspected poachers, call the AZ F&G poaching hotline at 800.352.0700 or the Yavapai County Sheriff Dispatcher at 928.771.3260. If possible, note the make, model and license of the vehicle. However, do not confront the poachers; they have guns and illegal intent.Link Test
In December 2017, the LV Ranch POA Board established a committee to evaluate and remedy issues and potential problems not adequately addressed by the original Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions document (CC&R’s). The committee submitted a Draft Rules and Regulations document to the Board for its review and made the document available to LV Ranch Estates owners for questions and comments. After some minor changes to the Draft document, the Rules and Regulations document was adopted by the Board on April 13, 2018.
To better streamline HOAMCO's efforts in collection of Assessments, an updated Collection Policy was adopted by the Board, effective May 1, 2017. To view this Policy and other important Las Vegas Ranch POA documents, see the Documents page.
Our "chip seal" roads are not built to meet state or county requirements and the edges can be easily damaged. This photo illustrates the damage to our roadway caused by inattentive driving. Over a foot of pavement width has been lost at this location on Las Vegas Ranch Road. Please try to avoid driving near the edge of road.
Note: Current agricultural leases are good through April 2017. In December of this year, if you already have a lease, you will get a letter with a new lease that will be good for five (5) years. It is your responsibility to provide the lease to the County and give proof of that to the Kensons by April, 2017. If owners put up fencing, that is an issue between the owner and the county and the Kensons are not involved. New owners must contact the Kensons if they wish to obtain a new lease.