January 2024


The Mission of the Marana Police Volunteers program is to support and expand the services that the Marana Police Department provides to its citizens of the Marana Community. Currently there are approximately 50 volunteers involved in several areas within the Police Department.

Volunteers generously work in many areas, including assisting with citizens patrol acting as eyes and ears for the Police Department and the community, helping with traffic control, along with computer and data entry, fingerprinting, administrative duties and more. The time given by volunteers allows officers and staff to devote their time to the work they are trained to do. The volunteer program is always looking for new candidates who are looking to match their skill to our programs and current volunteer opportunities. 


  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Be 21 years of age
  • Maintain and have a valid driver’s license
  • Furnish a copy of your high school diploma or G.E.D. and birth certificate
  • Successfully pass an extensive interview and background investigation
  • Complete orientation training before being accepted into the program

Some positions may require:

  • Polygraph Exam

Program Brochure
More Info and Volunteer Job Descriptions Here

The D.M.C.G. is always looking for fresh and exciting content to share with our Dove Mountain Area readers. That's why we invite you to submit your ideas, articles and Dove Mountain photos to us.

Whether you have a uniquely Dove Mountain perspective or personal experience to share, an event on the Mountain to let us know about, a helpful tip to offer or a photo of the beauty you have captured here on the Mountain, we want to hear from you. We will review your submission and, if selected, feature it in an upcoming issue of our newsletter. Don't miss this opportunity to showcase your writing and photographic skills to your fellow Dove Mountain Area residents.

Email your submissions to with your name and the name of the Dove Mountain Area neighborhood you reside.

*Please read our "mission statement" at the bottom of this newsletter to determine if your submission will be a good fit for this publication. We do not accept advertisements from "for profit" businesses.

TOWN OF MARANA- Be prepared for the colder temperatures and prevent damage to your pipes.

Although freezing temperatures don’t happen often in Marana, they do occur and frozen water pipes can be more than just an inconvenience during the winter season.

Freezing temperatures have the potential to damage your pipes and cause significant water loss. Protecting your exposed water pipes, hose bibs and backflow devices can help reduce water lost due to damaged pipes.

Click Here For Best Ways to Protect Your Pipes This Winter


This year, Trico is accepting nomination petitions for District 1 (Dove Mountain, Marana), District 2 (Marana, Avra Valley) and District 5 (Three Points, Altar Valley, Arivaca, Sasabe, Green Valley).

One of the many benefits of Trico Electric is that it is owned and governed by its Members. The Board of Directors are Trico Members who have been elected to govern and direct the affairs of the Cooperative.

Trico Members are eligible to run for a seat on the Board and become an advocate for both Trico and their community.

The submission deadline is

January 22, 2024 at 4:30 p.m.

Learn More Here


Sol Dog Lodge* is Hosting a Foster Fair for

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue*

Sunday, January 7th

10a - 2p

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue is expanding its foster network in the Tucson area to help pets at risk when their human’s have emergencies! Sol Dog Lodge is hosting a Foster Fair for them at their Thornydale location. See the below flyer for details.

*Sol Dog Lodge and Lost Our Home Pet Rescue are 501c3 non-profit organizations.

Latest Podcast Episodes:

Why Is An Internet Company Digging Up My Road?

(Fiber internet installation around the community)

What's Going On With Tangerine Road?

(Tangerine Road improvements - D.M. Blvd to I10)




Listen and Submit Your Questions Here

Pima County has won a $30.3 million dollar federal grant to increase internet access across the entire county. The plan, Connect Pima, is to build a 134 mile fiber ring over a 5 year time span. Then, private internet providers will connect customers up to 25 miles out from the ring.

Learn About Connect Pima Here



Dove Mountain Golf Forum

Thursday, February 15

6:00 PM

Highlands at Dove Mountain

Clubhouse Ballroom

The residents of the Dove Mountain Area are blessed to have some of the nicest golf courses in America. If you are interested in finding out more about these courses, the Dove Mountain Civic Group will be hosting a forum. Representatives from all three clubs will be providing information including golfing/membership opportunities and upcoming events/activities. They will also answer questions you may have.  

Hope to see you there!

Dove Mountain Civic Group

Community Fair

March 20, 2024, 5:30pm - 7:30pm

The Highlands at Dove Mountain

Clubhouse Ballroom

The Dove Mountain Civic Group is hosting a Community Fair for our Dove Mountain Area residents to get to know their area service providers and support systems. This Community Fair will be held on March 20, 2024 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Highlands at Dove Mountain clubhouse ballroom located at 4949 W. Heritage Club Blvd, Marana AZ 85658. This will be an informal event and residents will be able to circulate around to the various tables during the evening to request literature and ask questions. There will be a short introduction to the event by a representative of the Dove Mountain Civic Group.


To Date, the following organizations will be participating:


Town of Marana

Marana Police Department

Northwest Fire District

Marana Health Care

Trico Electric Coop

Tucson Water

Tortolita Alliance

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This newsletter is sent to over 1,350 Dove Mountain Area residents. The Dove Mountain Civic Group (DMCG) is a nonpartisan, not for profit organization made up of volunteer residents who monitor issues and share information that may be of interest to you. We help inform about local government agencies, services, organizations, land development and other topics and entities whose actions might impact or be of interest to those residing in the Greater Dove Mountain Area. Residents and businesses operating in and adjacent to Dove Mountain are invited to become members. The DMCG is a 501(c)(4) organization and donations to the DMCG are NOT tax deductible. Visit our website at

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