Holiday Lighting Contest Winners

The NPOA Elves were out the past couple of nights driving around checking out all the homes you let us know about. Here are the 2019 winners.

16857 Lunar Holiday light photo

16857 Lunar Lane

11017 Royal Court holiday lights

11017 Royal Court

15908 Rock Valley holiday lights

15908 Rock Valley

Of course, the photos don’t do these justice, so why not download the NPOA Holiday Lighting Contest Driving Map for yourself and check them out in person?

Holiday Home Lighting Contest

If your home is within the NPOA jurisdiction and you or a neighbor have a holiday light display that really stands out, let us know. We’ll be awarding prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place in our 9th Annual Holiday Home Lighting Contest.

• The competition is open to all NPOA Member property owners.
• NPOA Board of Directors members, Neighborhood Committee of Architecture members, NPOA staff and their families are not eligible to enter.

• Complete and return this form to our office
• Contact the NPOA office via email: or phone (480) 837-5317 to nominate yourself or your neighbor

* Entries will be judged on
*  Unique design and creative use of lights and decorations
* Storyline or theme
* Display and placement of decorations animated objects etc.
* Overall presentation

• Judging will take place on December 14th and 15th , and the winner will be announced on Dec 16th and posted on the NPOA website

For questions please email the NPOA office at

Christmas Angel Program

Angel Tree Program Logo

Pick a tag.  Buy a gift.  Earn your Wings.

You can help provide new clothing, toys and a Merry Christmas for needy children in
Fountain Hills. The Fountain Hills Christmas Angel committee will make sure your adopted
“Angel” receives your gift.

Most of these children desperately need warm clothing and of course, all children long for
TOYS. Their sizes are listed on the gift card, and you may purchase one item, or as many as you wish from the suggestion card. Anything is appreciated.

Please purchase and return the gifts within a few days to help us meet our scheduled
delivery date of DECEMBER 15, 2019. Please do not wrap the gifts, but you may include some wrapping paper if you wish.

These local businesses have generously agreed to help us make this Christmas special.
Angel Trees will be up on Friday November 22, 2019 at the locations listed below.

Fountain Hills NPOA Office
Russo Salon
Washington Federal Bank
Sami Fine Jewelry
UMB Bank
Mid-First Bank
Wells Fargo

Please deliver the gifts back to this location by
Wednesday December 11, 2019.

Thank you!

A special thanks to the Fountain Hills Unified School District, The Peter and Theresa Conti Foundation, Holly & Alex Brownstein and our local business partners.

Make a Difference Day

Saturday October 26th, 2019

The 11th Annual Fountain Hills Make a Difference Day will bring together volunteers from the faith community, clubs and organizations, and town volunteers with a common mission to contribute where needs exist within our town. Work sites may include raking and cleaning up yards, cleaning up and organizing garages, building wheelchair ramps for elderly home-bound residents, or even deep cleaning where owners cannot keep up with those duties.

Let’s show our neighbors that Fountain Hills is the “Small Town with a Big Heart!” Please register to volunteer today at the Town of Fountain Hills website!

If you know a resident who, due to health, financial, lack of family or transportation, may need a hand with landscaping, painting, repairs, cleaning, building a wheel chair ramp, installing grab bars, hauling debris and other minor projects – contact the Town of Fountain Hills Volunteer Coordinator Heather Ware at 480-816-5108. Email:

Video of 2018 Fountain Hills Make a Difference Day

New Board Members

The NPOA held it’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday March 23rd at the Fountain Hills Community Center. The Fountain Hills Mayor Ginny Dickey was the guest speaker and discussed some of the on-going town business and challenges. The NPOA President Susan Dempster gave her report and introduced the Committee of Architecture Chair Steve Bolton, who gave a report discussing the work of the Committee of Architecture and some new changes that were made last year to the Development Guide. The Treasurer Jana Palmer gave the financial report and outlined the much improved financial condition of the Association. Jana also gave the The Nominating Committee report and introduced the four Board of Directors candidates to the audience. A request for nominations from the floor was introduced, but no nominations were made, so the four candidates were approved by unanimous consent of the attending Delegates.

The newly elected Board members are:

Jeff Esposito
James Halpin
Michael Neuland
Errol Shifman

A special board meeting will be held Wednesday March 27th 11 AM at the NPOA office. The purpose of this meeting will be for the currently serving and newly elected board members to elect the officers of the board for the coming year.

2019 Annual General Meeting

2019 Annual General Meeting

This is the meeting where the Delegates (neighborhood representatives) elect the Board of Directors and vote on any proposed bylaws changes. If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors, nominations can be made from the floor, and you can even nominate yourself.

The Treasurer will present the association’s financial report.

There is also a time dedicated to hearing any concerns, comments or suggestions from the membership.

Notices are sent out to all Delegates with the agenda, date, time, and location. As with the other meetings, all NPOA members are welcome to attend.

The 2019 Annual general meeting will be held Saturday March 23rd at 9 AM.

The meeting will be held at the Fountain Hills Community Center.

Delegate check in begins at 08:30.

A hot breakfast will be served.

Notices of this meeting will be posted on this website as well as in the local newspaper weeks in advance. If you have any questions regarding this meeting feel free to contact our office.