Oracle Foothills

Neighborhood Association

Welcome to the Oracle Foothills Neighborhood Association website
The Oracle Foothills Neighborhood encompasses approximately 275 homes situated in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains on the north side of Tucson, Arizona. Close to the city yet out in the country, wildlife and native plants characterize this eclectic and interesting neighborhood. We urge you to get involved in your neighborhood and help make it an even better place to live!

A few notes about the Oracle Foothills Neighborhood Association (OFNA):

Our Purpose is:

  1. Promoting sensitive land use and preserving property values in the area of the Oracle Foothills Neighborhood Association, as defined in the Revised By-Laws of April 2023

  2. Promoting the health and welfare of the residents of the same area

  3. Exercising any and all powers, rights and privileges which a corporation organized under the Non-Profit Corporation Law of the state of Arizona by law may now or hereafter have or exercise.

Also:

  • We are NOT an HOA.

  • We are a voluntary organization dependent on the support and participation of our neighbors.

  • We own no community property, but we do help to maintain some areas that belong to Pima County. These include the Dellacona Triangle Park at the intersection of Genematas and Canyon View and the traffic circle at Yvon and Nina.

  • OFNA holds a neighborhood picnic in the fall that is open to everyone.

  • We maintain a website and publish a newsletter called Desert Dwellers.

  • A Book Club meets monthly.

  • A household hazardous waste collection is held quarterly.

  • Dues are $45 per year, and membership runs from September 1 to August 31.

  • Board meetings are held quarterly, and there is a membership meeting held in September.

  • OFNA published a book about our neighborhood called A Walker's Guide. This is a wonderful book full of interesting information, maps, history, architecture, and diverse and amazing neighbors!

A Walker's Guide

Are you a new member of OFNA? If so, you are entitled to one free copy of this comprehensive guide to Oracle Foothills Neighborhood. Additional copies are available for our cost of $20.


Contact Carole DeAngeli, 520-275-1292

or Rich Haug, (402) 253-4496

Everything you ever wanted to know about Oracle Foothills Neighborhood, including the history, architecture, people, infrastructure, flora and fauna.

Please help support your neighborhood association with your membership.

Send $45 to OFNA, P.O. Box 35783, Tucson, AZ 85740 with this Membership Form

You can use Zelle through your bank to oraclefoothills@gmail.com.

Or, scan the QR code in your banking app to pay Oracle Foothills Neighborhood.

Join Us

Nextdoor is a neighborhood message board that allows you to communicate not only with all Oracle Foothills members, but also members of 41 nearby communities - over 5000 homes in all. This is a quick and easy way to notify neighbors of a lost pet, post an event, list an item for sale, make recommendations, notify neighbors of a crime or public safety issue, and more. It’s easy and free to join. Just go to Nextdoor Tucson and sign up. You can adjust settings to receive fewer or no emails. Contact Carole DeAngeli if you have any questions or concerns.

OFNA

Quick Links

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Report road or sign maintenance issues

News & Announcements

Next Board Meeting

Monday, April 15, 2024, 7:00pm

Call for Location 520-275-1292

Next HHW Collection

February 15, 2024; 7:030-8:30am

5650 N. Maria Dr.

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