New Residents

Welcome to the community! If you have lived in a community association before, you know that associations typically have a set of guidelines that govern the community. If not, we're here to answer any questions you might have about how our community works and also to help you feel at home in your new home.
Red Mountain Ranch Owners Association (RMROA)
It is no accident that Red Mountain Ranch remains beautiful. One of RMROA's responsibilities is maintaining standards and protections put in place when Red Mountain Ranch was developed. When we purchased our homes, we didn't just join a community; we became members of the RMROA. We accepted the governing documents and rules and entered into a partnership with the RMROA to preserve the integrity of our community. RMROA is governed by a group of volunteer homeowners, elected by homeowners. The on-site management services, provided by CCMC, are contracted by the board to carry out the day-to-day operations.
The RMROA is responsible for maintaining common area assets; these include common area walls, fences, landscaping and streets. The Association also maintains a reserve fund for renovations and replacements of common area assets.
Painting, Planting or Modifying your Home
At Red Mountain Ranch, any changes to the exterior of your home or lot must be approved in advance by the New Construction/Modification Committee. Whether you're adding or replacing, painting or planting, you must fill out the Modification Change Request Form. Visit our Home Modifications page for complete details.
Trash, Recycle and Utilities
Trash and Recycle
These services are provided by the City of Mesa. Trash is picked up on Tuesdays and recycling is picked up on Fridays. If you have questions or need additional information, visit
Cable Services
The association has a bulk cable agreement with Cox Communications and the service is paid for through your assessment. To set up service, call Cox at 855-512-8876.
Red Mountain Mining
For more information on Red Mountain Mining please click here.
Gated Neighborhoods
If you live in one of our five gated neighborhoods and need a gate remote, contact your community manager, Angie Torrez. Gate remotes are $45 each.
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