COVID Update

COVID Update: the Rancho Sahuarita team is dedicated to keeping our residents, team members, and potential buyers safe and healthy during this time and that’s why we have suspended in-person tours for the time being. We still invite you to learn more about how we create a better life here in Rancho Sahuarita, so please feel free to reach out to our Welcome Center team with questions and for more information about our community. Click HERE to contact us today!

Rancho Sahuarita is encouraging people to turn to social sharing during social distancing as a result of COVID-19.

Kicked off on April 8th, Rancho Sahuarita is giving away 500 tomato plants from Abby Lee Farms in Phoenix, AZ to residents on a first come first served basis as inspiration for families to spend time together gardening, cooking and creating memories that will outlast the pandemic. Residents are then encouraged to share their personal experiences through photos and stories on social media using #HomeMattersInRanchoSahuarita.

“Rancho Sahuarita is rooted in the belief that community and home matter most, especially during difficult times,” said Jeremy Sharpe, Chief Operating Officer at Rancho Sahuarita. “We believe the magic of our community truly is “all in your backyard” and that the most important comforts are family, friends and spending time together. I invite you all to join along with us in this journey together, to celebrate home and share what it means to you and your family, because together we create community.”

Rancho Sahuarita invites community members to share photos and stories by using #HomeMattersInRanchoSahuarita on Facebook and Instagram, and invites residents to claim a free tomato plant (while supplies last) by being one of the first 500 people to sign up online at HomeMattersAZ.com.

“Together, we’ve built a strong and vibrant community through connection, convenience, and collaboration,” said Sharpe. “From the very beginning, our focus has been and continues to be dedicated to helping our residents create a better life for themselves and their family.”

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