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Approved Paint Colors
(ARC approval is NOT needed if using any of the approved colors.)

Architectural Guidelines

Architectural Change Request Form

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Next HOA meeting

Sept. 9th

6:00 PM

Northwest Fire District Station #38
8475 N Star Grass Dr, Tucson, AZ 85742

8375 N Oracle Rd #150, Tucson, AZ 85704

Location – TBD

Trash & Recycle

Trash & recycle is included in your HOA dues.

Pickup is Monday

Cans must be brought back in by the end of the day.

Please place cans at the street edge or on the sidewalk apron

Contact us if you need a replacement trashcan.

HOA payments:

Any questions or problems,

Quail Cove H.O.A.
C/O Mission Management
8375 N. Oracle Rd, Suite 150, Tucson, AZ, 85704

Home Warranty

Note: As of October 7, 2002, KB Homes acquired New World Homes.

Any warranty issues will now be handled by KB Homes Warranty Claim form.

For a list of contractors used during construction by New World Homes Click here.

Latest Newsletter

Jan 2024

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About us

Quail Cove is a planned community that is conveniently located at the southwest corner of Cortaro Farms and Oldfather Road in northwest Tucson. The Quail Cove community contains 137 homes and began development in 1998 by local Tucson builder New World Homes. A total of 5 different floor plans are available with square footage ranging from 1,368 to 2,019. The community was well designed with spacious lots, easy access and wide streets. There are a total of three entrances into the Quail Cove community. Two from Cortaro Farms Road and one from Oldfather Road. Unlike most planned communities in Tucson, Quail Cove has sidewalks on every street. Quail Cove is also conveniently close to schools, shopping and just minutes from Interstate 10. A day in Quail Cove begins with spectacular sunrises along the Catalina Mountains and ending with beautiful sunsets along the Tucson Mountains to welcome you back home.
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Management Company

Mission Management Services

H.O.A. Board

(Home Owners Association)

Home owners who volunteer their time, to help make Quail Cove a great place to live

(Image used with permission from Chantal Paré)


Tucson, Arizona

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