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Any person 18 years of age or older who fits the criteria below may apply to the Board of Directors for membership. All membership dues are reviewed and set annually by the board. There shall be four (4) classes of membership: Voting Single Membership. A voting member shall own, in whole or in part, real property in the unincorporated area of Maricopa County, Arizona, lying east of the Scottsdale city limits, south of the Tonto National Forest, north of the McDowell Mountain Regional Park, and west of the Verde River, excluding the communities of Tonto Verde, Rio Verde and Vista Verde. Voting Household Membership. Voting household members include up to four (4) persons 18 years of age or older living at a single address at least one of whom is a property owner in the same area as §1a) above. A voting household membership allows four (4) residents of that address to vote. Non-voting Single Associate Membership. An associate member is anyone 18 years of age or older and not a property owner of the area described in a) or b) above. Associate members do not have voting privileges but receive all the other benefits of membership. Non-voting Associate Household Membership. Non-voting household members include up to four (4) persons 18 years of age or older and not a property owner of the area described in a) or b) above. Non-voting associate household members do not have voting privileges but receive all of the other benefits of membership.    Members must support the RVHA's Mission Statement:    The Rio Verde Horsemen's Association is dedicated to protecting all horse properties, large and small facilities alike, and preserving horse privileges along with our rural lifestyle. The Association is committed to uniting our horse community in working toward these goals. Membership is open to all, horse owners and non-horse owners alike, who support our purpose. We are not a Homeowners Association; we do not restrict, regulate or police. If you are interested in becoming a member, you can click on the link below to download and print the application.  If you need further information, send an email to   Terry@rvha.us Online RVHA Membership using PayPal Online Membership RENEWAL using PayPal    Printable RVHA Membership Application Printable RVHA Membership Renewal Form Change of Address

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Any person 18 years of age or older who fits the criteria below may apply to the Board of Directors for membership. All membership dues are reviewed and set annually by the board. There shall be four (4) classes of membership: Voting Single Membership. A voting member shall own, in whole or in part, real property in the unincorporated area of Maricopa County, Arizona, lying east of the Scottsdale city limits, south of the Tonto National Forest, north of the McDowell Mountain Regional Park, and west of the Verde River, excluding the communities of Tonto Verde, Rio Verde and Vista Verde. Voting Household Membership. Voting household members include up to four (4) persons 18 years of age or older living at a single address at least one of whom is a property owner in the same area as §1a) above. A voting household membership allows four (4) residents of that address to vote. Non-voting Single Associate Membership. An associate member is anyone 18 years of age or older and not a property owner of the area described in a) or b) above. Associate members do not have voting privileges but receive all the other benefits of membership. Non-voting Associate Household Membership. Non-voting household members include up to four (4) persons 18 years of age or older and not a property owner of the area described in a) or b) above. Non-voting associate household members do not have voting privileges but receive all of the other benefits of membership.    Members must support the RVHA's Mission Statement:    The Rio Verde Horsemen's Association is dedicated to protecting all horse properties, large and small facilities alike, and preserving horse privileges along with our rural lifestyle. The Association is committed to uniting our horse community in working toward these goals. Membership is open to all, horse owners and non-horse owners alike, who support our purpose. We are not a Homeowners Association; we do not restrict, regulate or police. If you are interested in becoming a member, you can click on the link below to download and print the application.  If you need further information, send an email to   marjorie@rvha.us 

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