Members of VVPOA are eligible to rent our Hall at a discounted rate. The accommodations are great for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries or other parties. The kitchen can be available for an additional fee. Call 928.646.6505 for more details
Membership $40 for family of residence Pool fees: Members – Adults $3.00 Children 12 years and under $1.50 and must be accompanied by an adult. Non-members/Guests – Adults $6.00 Children 12 yrs. and under $3.00 and must be accompanied by an adult. Children 13 yrs to 17 yrs pay adult fees and must have a […]
As many of you know our “little overgrown pond” has become quite the attraction for many visitors to the Verde Villages, especially during these times of isolation.The previous Board of VVPOA was very instrumental in working with Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to get funds from Prop 202 monies that helped by adding improvements of […]
At the March General meeting of the VVPOA an election for president was held. The Executive Committee was appointed by the board according to the bylaws. An election of Unit Directors was also on the ballot. The following positions were filled:President – Patti GreeneltchVice Presidents – Malcolm Otterson & Chris KindermanSecretary – Peggy BarksdaleTreasurer – […]
VVPOA needs to amend the by-laws to clarify who serves on the Board of Directors. Our Executive Board has proposed the following amendment to our current by-laws: “The Board of Directors, comprised of Executive Committee Members, the Unit Directors and Four (4) Members at Large (all holding Committee Chairs), shall be the policy making body […]
VVPOA has struck it rich by finding the best Chef in the Verde Valley to prepare our Monthly Friday Night Dinners. Joe and Heather make a great team in the kitchen and all the helpers enjoy working with them. Starting in October, they followed our tradition of making “The Spaghetti Dinner” with his very special […]
As you may have noticed we have way too many ducks for our little pond. Unfortunately, it has become a “drop off” place for unwanted creatures. In the last few weeks we have had to ask for help from humane groups due to sick or injured animals. Also, people that enjoy feeding them do not […]
Verde Village volunteers met at the Hillside Church, Cottonwood, on November 17, with sticks, trash bags and safety vests and braved chilly early morning weather to pick up trash along Highway 260.
Our duck pond, (originally “Sunset Lake”) is, and should be, a focal point of the Verde Villages. It is an important part of our neighborhood and it draws a fair amount of attention from those visiting, looking to own or rent a home in the area, and local fishermen trying to catch “the big one.” We are finally in a position to do something about its condition.