Welcome to Dreamland Villa Community Club
Our mission is to foster honesty and respect and to communicate with our residents. Also to offer programs and activities, within the community, which will meet residents needs now and into the future.
Round Dancing starts Sept. 14th at Read Hall!
What is Round Dancing? Learn all about it here.
Donate Used Electronic Equipment
Did you know about “Students Recycling Used Technology”, a non-profit organization affiliated with many Mesa high schools? Come to the Computer Club meeting October 1 and donate your old electronic items to this organization. Learn more here.
Walking is good exercise!
Would you like to walk more, but need a little nudge to get started? Maybe walking alone is the problem or you are just tired of walking in Dreamland. We now have two groups you might be interested in. The new Dreamland Desert Walkers is just getting started and will take short hikes on flat desert trials. If you are up to a little more strenuous hikes check out the Dreamland Hikers. Either way you can't go wrong. Thanks to Andrea Hill for organizing the new group.
Farnsworth Hall to Be Renamed
Before closing for the Summer the Board of Directors felt Farnsworth Hall should be renamed. At the present time it has been suggested that the hall be renamed Dreamland Villa Community Center. Forms for suggesting a name or comments were available at the office with a deadline of July 1. In the August Citizen Patty Thorpe, Board President, gave an explanation for the Board's decision and indicated there had been several comments received in opposition to changing the name. The Board will take up the subject at their Oct. Study session. If you are interested in submitting a comment or new name you can obtain a form at the office, however there is no assurance the Board will consider any submissions received after July 1. Follow the discussion here.
Volunteers step up and help out! There is a new safety fence separating John's Villa and the swimming pool, required by code. And it was all done with donations and volunteer help. Read more here.
For other Volunteer efforts Behind the Scenes: Read more here.
Welcome New Residents to Dreamland Villa
Help us welcome new residents. Check out the names here.
Golf Course Development Project Status:
On May 19, 2014 the Mesa City Council approved a zoning change to RSL-2.5 PAD, or Residential Small Lot Single Dwelling District with no age restriction, for the golf course property. Learn more about the history here.
Read Responses to your Suggestions
Remember the Suggestion boxes in Read Hall, Farnsworth and the Office? They are your opportunity to offer suggestions and ideas. See what suggestions have been received and the Board's responses here.
Plan to attend an important public meeting Nov. 11 to discuss the current status of DVCC and direction for the future. Everyone is invited, especially residents and renters. Look for more information here as we get closer to November.
There will also be a Special Meeting for members only Nov. 18 to vote on possible actions. Learn more here.
Opportunity for EX-DVCC Members to Renew Previous members who let their membership lapse for nonpayment of 2012 or 2013 annual dues have an opportunity to rejoin the Dreamland Villa Community Club for 2014 without paying a penalty fee. The Dreamland Board has extended this offer as a goodwill gesture to former members who will again be able to take advantages of the facilities and activities offered by the Club in 2014. All that is required is to visit the Dreamland office and pay the current $125 per person annual dues for 2014.
WE WELCOME YOU BACK!
Going Green With Sunshine Acres: Learn more here.
We did a little housekeeping and added some new material. Community Interest
We hope to expand this area over time. Do you have a topic you would like us to include? Tell us here.