Dear Las Sendas Residents,

We are excited to announce that the Trailhead pool deck resurfacing and outdoor shower remodel is complete ahead of schedule and on budget. Thus, the Board of Directors has authorized the Trailhead pool to reopen this Thursday at 6am. The patience and understanding, by the Las Sendas residents, of this much needed project and the phased reopening of the community amenities is very much appreciated. 

As with the Boulder Mountain Parke Swim Center, we will have a Recreation Monitor posted onsite to assist with occupancy limits, sanitation, and usage of the pool and hot tub. Although the pool will be open for resident use, please continue to use best practices for physical distancing and do what is best for you and your circumstances.

For residents who choose to utilize the pools, please note the following temporary guidelines approved by the Board of Directors:

  • Trailhead Pool hours will be from 6 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily.
  • Residents only are allowed at the pools, no guests will be permitted.
  • Temporary total occupancy at the pools is limited to 60 residents at one time.
  • Temporary total occupancy in the hot tubs is limited to 4 residents.
  • Resident usage is first come, first serve.
  • We continue to ask residents to limit their time at the pools to 90 minutes. 
  • Residents will be required to check in at the entrance gate with the Recreation Monitor, and must have an active amenity access card.
  • All pool furniture has been removed to reduce surface exposure. Residents are encouraged to bring their own chairs, towels, and blankets.
  • Please click the following for the additional precautions that should be adhered to when utilizing the pools: GUIDANCE FOR POOLS
  • The Board reserves the right to implement a reservation system, if deemed necessary to maintain capacity and physical distancing.

Following the reopening of Boulder Mountain Parke Swim Center, the Board received helpful feedback from many and welcomed the positive feedback from residents. Based on insights from resident interactions and the feedback from our Recreation Monitors, we are pleased to announce the following adjustment to our Boulder Mountain Parke Swim Center hours effective Thursday, May 21st:

  • Boulder Mountain Parke Swim Center hours will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The Board of Directors will continue to monitor the reopening process of all the community amenities, the occupancy restrictions and new guidelines under the Governor's Executive Order and adjust the phased reopening plans accordingly. More information regarding the new regulations, guidelines, and assumption of risk are available at the following hyperlinks.

If you have any questions about pool access, regulations or other amenities, please contact us at 480-357-8780 or at info@thetrailhead.org.
The Spa & Fitness Center is now opened with temporary guidelines and restrictions.  Please visit the their website learn more. If you have further questions, or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 480-832-6900.
If you are refinancing your home and your mortgage lender is requesting a copy of your assessment statement, please follow these simple instructions:

-          Navigate to www.thetrailhead.org
-          Hover over the link at the top of the page that says “Homeowner Portal”
-          Click on the first link in the Homeowner Portal menu that says “Assessments”
-          Click on the link where it says “To print a copy of your account ledger, click here”
-          Sign into your VMS account with your account number and password
-          Click on account detail

This will provide you a copy of your ledger but does not include your name or property address. If you need one with your name and property address, please give us a call at 480.357.8780.
In observance of Memorial Day, the Trailhead office will not be scheduling any resident appointments after 3 p.m. on Friday, May 22nd through Monday, May 25th. On behalf of our team, we want to thank everyone in Las Sendas that is currently serving or has served in the military and hope that everyone takes the time to thank and remember these very important individuals.
Did you know that 55 feet from the center of any and all cul-de-sacs in Las Sendas is considered a fire lane in which parking is prohibited? (CC&R’s – Article 3 – Section 3.26) The City of Mesa has also designated one side of most of the roadways within the enclaves as fire lanes.

In order to keep Las Sendas a very safe place to live, it is important to keep the fire lanes clear throughout the community. With the fire lanes clear, emergency service vehicles will have an open path to any home in the case of an emergency. Every enclave has fire lanes, not just those with cul-de-sacs.

If you need to review the fire lanes in your enclave, please visit our website with the button below. Click on Community Fire Lane Maps.

To see a list of other common violations, click here.
Tree Debris in Common Areas - The Palo Verde, Sweet Acacia, and Mesquite trees are in bloom, so we are starting to see a high volume of yellow flowers on the ground. Since Four Peaks Landscape is on a six (6) week rotation, these flowers may remain on the ground in some areas for that amount of time before they are removed. For higher use areas, like sports courts, please be mindful that a high volume of flowers can fall within minutes when it is windy. The sports courts are blown off weekday mornings (Monday - Thursday); however, the courts may be covered in blooms just a few hours later, depending on the wind. We thank you for your understanding and patience.

Tree Debris in Your Yard - Additionally, you may have plant debris falling into your yard from trees that are on Association property. The shedding of debris is a temporary condition and affected greatly by the wind and the Association will not trim or remove trees to prevent debris from falling onto homeowner property. You are welcome to trim the branches of trees that are hanging over the property line and into your yard, provided the work is done from your lot and the debris is disposed of with your regular trash pickup. Owners who drop tree debris into the common area may be issued a fine. If additional trimming is needed, you may contact our office for additional information. Requests for trimming and removal will be handled per the Tree Trimming and Removal Request Policy that was approved by the Board on September 26, 2019.
Four Peaks Landscape is currently transitioning the over-seeded turf areas, from rye grass to bermuda grass. This process involves reducing the water and cutting the grass very short in order to kill and remove the rye grass. The areas that were very green over the winter may look poor for a few weeks; however the appearance of the bermuda grass will improve once the water frequency is increased.
Board Meeting (Open Session)
Thursday, May 28, 2020
6 p.m.
The Trailhead

The Las Sendas Board of Directors will host an in-person meeting at The Trailhead on Thursday, May 28 at 6 p.m. This meeting will follow the guidelines established in Governor Ducey’s most recent executive order when it comes to physical distancing and maximum occupancy in the banquet room. The meeting agenda will be included in next week’s email newsletter.
Office Address
7900 E Eagle Crest Dr
Mesa, AZ 85207

Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

In the event of a common area emergency, please call


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Mesa Police Non-Emergency Line
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Email the Team
Kristine Nau | Executive Director
Christal Bromley | Community Manager
Morgan Collins | Lifestyle Director
Vance Johnson | Comms. Coordinator
Calee Burch | Compliance Coordinator
Collene Cordova | Resident Services Admin
Kraig McCauley | Maintenance Director
Gina Gluvna | Spa & Fitness Director
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