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Make Memories Around Every Corner at Rancho Sahuarita

A place to play. A place to stay active. A place to grow. A place to give back. A place to celebrate. A place to connect. Rancho Sahuarita is the place where memories are made.

When you step foot in Rancho Sahuarita, you’ll be surrounded by a community that was built for connection. And with connection comes the chance to make lasting memories around every corner.

Come explore our community to find out how you and your family can start making memories today.

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Submit Your Memory for a Chance to Win!

Share your favorite Rancho Sahuarita memory with us for a chance to win a $150 Fry’s gift card! One resident winner and one employee winner will be contacted by a member of our team in January. Submissions for consideration are due by 1/1/24.

Need Inspiration? Check out some of our existing resident memories here.

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Explore Resident Memories

Rancho Sahuarita is filled with inspiring stories from residents who have made our community their home. From families who’ve grown up here to newcomers who’ve discovered a warm welcome, these stories reflect the bonds and memories that flourish within our community.

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Boudreau Family

Residents since 2022

Originally from Illinois, Richard and Elizabeth Boudreau retired to Rancho Sahuarita in April 2022. Through word of mouth, they discovered Rancho Sahuarita and found that the community met all their wants and needs.

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Gomez Family

Residents since 2005

Since moving to Rancho Sahuarita in November of 2005, Chrissi Gomez has wasted no time getting involved in the community. Originally from Norwalk, a city in southern California (not far from Disneyland), she and her husband P.J. had been in search of a smaller town that would serve as a nice place to raise their son Matthew. Having a passion and strong desire to make a difference, Chrissi quickly found a variety of ways to do just that in Sahuarita.

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Lytle Family

Residents since 2014

Edgar and Salvacion Lytle relocated to Rancho Sahuarita after their retirement in 2014 from Alaska to be closer to their grandkids. Ed and Sal also have 3 dogs and enjoy the miles of walkable trails throughout the community.

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Bryson Family

Residents since 2019

Dr. Celeste Bryson and her husband, Mike N. Bryson, LPC, NCC, along with their 4 youngest children, moved to Rancho Sahuarita in January of 2019 from Clayton, Delaware, (where their two oldest children still reside.) The Brysons heard about Rancho Sahuarita from a friend on the East Coast who told them the community would be a good fit for their family.

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Hopper Family

Residents since 2011

Bryan and Joy Hopper are 9-year residents enjoying life in Rancho Sahuarita. They both have long careers in the Air Force and chose to move to Arizona to be closer to family. They had 3 days to find a house and looked at multiple areas in the surrounding communities of Tucson. Bryan said after they saw Rancho Sahuarita their decision was easy because the amenities and nearby stores and restaurants at the Rancho Sahuarita Marketplace appealed to them.

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Building a Connected Community

Our founder, Bob Sharpe created Rancho Sahuarita as a bridge between the built environment and how, when activated, it can foster human connection.

Drawing inspiration from his childhood building block experiences, Bob set out to design a place where families could come together and truly enjoy community living. With attractive architecture, tree-lined streets, and inviting outdoor spaces, Rancho Sahuarita was carefully crafted to encourage interactions among neighbors and promote a spirit of connection.

Today, Rancho Sahuarita thrives as a close-knit and growing community. With over 18,000 residents and 5,700 homes, it stands as a testament to Bob’s vision and dedication to building a community where meaningful connections are cultivated, and residents can truly feel at home.

Start picturing the memories you and your family will make as a part of the Rancho Sahuarita community and find your perfect home today.

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