Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected Amendments - A Letter From Your Board of Directors
Posted on May 6th, 2020

Dear Neighbors,
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, the Board of Directors continue to place the safety of the Fulton Ranch members and guests as a top priority. Further, the Association continues to seek the guidance of legal counsel and the insurance representatives of the Association to ensure that the steps taken are done so in accordance with the regulations set forth by Federal, State and Municipal governments in respect to the COVID-19 response.
In the last week, Governor Doug Ducey announced amendments to the Stay Home, Stay Healthy Stay Connected Order issued March 30th. The new order extends the original order through May 15 with some modification. The modification allows for certain retail establishments that were previously prohibited to operate, as well as the opening of barber shops and restaurants with specific guidelines to adhere to.
Per the guidance of legal counsel, this modification does not apply to Fulton Ranch, nor does it lift the prior restriction and concerns that led to the closure of our Association and City playground/tot lots, ramadas and basketball courts.
Looking forward, we are partnering with CCMC to adopt a reopening plan for the Community. The plan will address how the Community will approach the opening of the Association amenities, in addition to how the operations and lifestyle events will resume in a phased approach. CCMC has worked with our vendor partners to ensure that, when appropriate, the reopening plan for our community can be mobilized in a timely and efficient manner. As the Association begins to reopen, it is in the interest of the community's safety that members follow guidelines as it pertains to self-sanitizing and the utilization of personal protective equipment as prescribed by national health organizations. Further details regarding the reopening plan will be provided in more detail in upcoming communications.
In the meantime, we appreciate your patience as we continue to Stay Home, Stay Healthy, and Stay Connected together.
Please do not hesitate to contact CCMC if you should have any questions, comments or concerns. You may do so by emailing your Community Manager, Natasha Bell, at, or by calling her at (480) 624 – 7046.
As a reminder, you may stay informed by visiting the following resources in addition to calling the hotline 2-1-1:
Center for Disease Control: 
Arizona COVID-19 Response:
Maricopa County COVID-19 Response:
City of Chandler COVID-19 Response:
We wish you health and safety,
Your Board of Directors

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