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GV Townhouse II Association, Inc.

Green Valley, Arizona

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Arizona now has a 24 hr. help line for seniors unable to access groceries:

Information about the coronavirus outbreak is spreading fast, but what do we actually know about the illness? CBC News medical contributor and family physician Dr. Peter Lin breaks down the facts about what it is, where it came from, how it spreads and what you can do to protect yourself.


Camino Penasco street has been closed.

 A notification from the General Manager of Villas West advising 3 streets (seen above) have been approved by the GV Fire Dept. to be closed permanently.

Submitted by Cathy Russell ( gm@villaswest.org )


GVTH II Board Meeting


BMO-Harris Bank - 270 W. Continental Rd., Green Valley

There will be NO board meetings in June, July or August 

For the remainder of 2020, regularly scheduled BOD will meet on 1st Monday of the month unless a 48 hour notice is given

Mailing address:  

GVTH II • P.O.Box 71 • Green Valley • AZ 85622


Community Enrichment Committee

sponsored a Welcome Back Gathering 

It is official! 

The new park has been named 

Canoa Hills Trails--an Open Space Park

The Green Valley Council Park Advisory Committee thanks the Board of Supervisors and the Park Commissioners for their approval of the name. Now the County can finalize and install signage for Canoa Hills Trails. The new name fits right in with the other Green Valley County Parks--Historic Canoa Ranch, and Canoa Preserve. We now have "The Three Canoas" as parks!

Read about our Road 


... more about the Transportation Advisory Committee (PCTAC)


This website along with a eBlast will keep you informed on developments.  

Please provide the HOA ( gvth002@gmail.com ) your email address and if you prefer to be contacted by USPS, please provide of your mailing address.

Last year the Pima County Board of Supervisors approved  pavement repair projects in unincorporated Pima County over the next two years that left many residents of Green Valley frustrated.

Recently the Pima County Board of Supervisor vote 3 to 2 to NOT approve this project for 2019

HOA's Representatives need to attend the  PIMA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE meetings!