Frequently asked questions

What are the boundaries of Tatum Ranch?


Tatum Ranch is a master-planned community in Maricopa County, Arizona, which is considered a part of the city of Phoenix. It is part of the Upland Sonoran Desert life zone and includes seven arroyos (gullies) that extend northwest to southwest. The community includes 3,418 homes along with the Terra Vista Condominiums, Azure Creek apartments and a small collection of commercial sites. The community lies six miles south of Cave Creek and five miles north of the 101 Freeway. The community features the Cave Creek Road Scenic Highway Corridor landscaped with natural desert plants and shrubs.




Does TRCA have my correct mailing address?


If you are a resident who does not spend the full year in Tatum Ranch, or If you are a Homeowner that rents out their property, please update your information through your Homeowner Portal, or contact our office.




What events does TRCA host for the residents?


TRCA hosts events year-round for our residents. Community Garage Sales are held the third week in March and October. We host food trucks every month starting in April of 2021. We also host a Homeowner Appreciation event. Please visit our Community Event section of our website for dates and times of all our events.




How can I get my latest statement or ledger?


You can go to your Homeowner Portal and download the account ledger or call our office and we will be more than happy to email to you.




Can TRCA take payment over the phone?


TRCA is unable to take a payment over the phone at this time. Tatum Ranch does offer Online payment on our website.




Can you tell me what color my house was painted in?


Yes, homeowners submit a paint application when they paint their home. This allows us to keep the record for the homeowner should they loose track of the colors used.




Why can’t I park on the street overnight?


Because it is not permitted in Tatum Ranch, due to congestion on the streets. Emergency vehicles and garbage trucks must be able to get through our streets at any given time. Guests may only park in the street for limited time periods but never overnight.




How can we drain our pool, and how do we find the sewer line connection for pool backwashing or draining?


The sanitary sewer cleanout is usually located next to the house at the point closest to the city sewer line and can usually be found outside a bathroom or kitchen. On some older homes, the cleanout is located in the wall; on other homes it is at ground level but may be hidden or covered. A threaded black cap, 3 to 4 inches in diameter, covers the opening. If you cannot locate the cleanout call the City of Phoenix storm water management at 602-256-3190.