AN ACTIVE LIFE IS A HAPPY LIFE

      In a 55+ active adult environment, everyone is around the same age with lots of free time which also makes it easier to expand friendships. Activities are important, they are a great way to keep you active & engaged, making retirement an interesting experience.

       With a wide range of amenities and activities McGavin Ranch shines compared to other properties. We have almost every amenity imaginable. If by chance you can’t find an activity that piques your interest then we encourage you to start a group of your own. Contact the activities director to learn what steps to take in order to create a new experience.

       A key aspect to making the most out of retirement is to live in a community that gives you plenty of opportunities to play, relax and connect with likeminded people.

       We encourage you to enjoy our abundance of onsite amenities and activities. Social activities are coordinated by residents and our volunteer activities committee keeps the social calendar of events full. You will be able to see the upcoming events for the current month as well as what is scheduled for future months. With so many options you can be as active and social as you want to be.

       Whether it is through a club meeting, a friendly game of one on one at the multiple outdoor courts or a casual get-together with neighbors, the opportunities for an active and connected lifestyle are boundless.

Metal Horse at Gate

LET’S TALK ABOUT SAFETY

Moving to a new place is often intimidating. It is essential to note that safety and security are ongoing processes that require continuous vigilance, collaboration, and a commitment to protecting life and property.

We strive to ensure the safety and security for all residents. We offer a gated community surrounded by an architecturally designed perimeter block wall and wide well-lit golf cart friendly streets.

By implementing these multifaceted measures, organizations and communities can create a safer and more secure environment.

Below are a few measures we have taken to help with safety and security:

  • Neighborhood watch including 2 meetings a year with the City of Mesa police department
  • Well-lit common areas
  • Night time street lighting
  • Public AFIB Machine in Clubhouse
  • Fire alarms and smoke detectors in Clubhouse
  • Posted emergency evacuation maps in Clubhouse
  • Resident only access into shared buildings
  • Resident name tags
  • Gated access with a perimeter block wall
  • Call box entry for approved guests
  • Stop signs placed around ranch

Another big factor, are the residents themselves. We have gotten to know our neighbors and tend to look out for one another. We will likely report any suspicious activity and have a vested interest in making this a good place to live.

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