Board Candidate Form

The Sierra Montaña homeowners will be voting to fill two board seats at the annual meeting on April 27, 2020. If you are interested in running for a board seat, please turn in a completed candidate form no later than March 6, 2020.

Board Candidate form Click Here

Our community likes to know details about candidates. Some candidates go door to door to meet their neighbors. Attending board meetings is a great way to meet homeowners and discuss your ideas with fellow homeowners. The form has all the details you need to get started.

Thank you for your time, and we look forward to seeing you at the annual meeting! Sierra Montaña Communications and Outreach Committee

Paint Information

Paint Information - Click the links Below

Dunn Edwards Information and Locations

Approved Paint Schemes

How to Access Paint Schemes Online

Dunn Edwards Discount Information
Architectural Review Information
Request Forms - Click the links below

Architectural Change PDF   (Online Form Click Here)


Driveway and Sidewalk

Neighbor Notification


Design Guidelines and Rules - Click the links below

Design Rules, Regulations and Guidelines

The Missions Design Rules

Rear Yard Landscape Guidelines

Entrance Under Construction

The entrance planters are under construction for a refresh and new look. Stay tuned!


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Located just west of the Loop 303 in Surprise, Arizona is the highly desirable master-planned community of Sierra Montaña. The neighborhood of 2,600+ single-family homes is close to schools, retail and restaurants. The Sierra Montaña Home Owners Association maintains the community’s 40 acres of grass area, 140 acres of open spaces, 4 miles of dedicated walking paths, plus nine playgrounds with tot-lots, picnic areas and basketball courts. 

At the center of the community is Sierra Montaña City Park, featuring a recreation center, ball fields and volleyball court. Sierra Montaña is located in the foothills of the White Tank Mountain Regional Park, which encompasses 29,271 acres of desert and mountain landscape. It the largest regional park in Maricopa County with convenient access to camping, hiking and horseback riding.

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