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Veramonte is a cozy, family-oriented community consisting of 349 lots. We are located on the northwest corner of Cactus and Litchfield Roads in the Phoenix suburb of Surprise, Arizona, one of the top ten fastest growing cities in the country. Our community is located approximately 30 miles northwest of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport with convenient access to U.S. 60, AZ Loop 101 and AZ Look 303.

Veramonte is served by the Dysart Unified School District. Children in grades Kindergarten through eighth attend Rancho Gabriela Elementary School while high school students attend Dysart High School.

Veramonte is managed by a volunteer group of homeowners from within the community whom are elected to serve on the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is assisted in their administration of the Association by a contracted property management company, currently City Property Management. All contacts, inquiries and correspondence to the Veramonte Homeowners Association can be made to:

Veramonte HOA
4645 E. Cotton Gin Loop
Phoenix, Arizona 85040

Just a few miles northwest of our community is the Surprise Center Recreation Campus (Surprise Center). The Recreation Campus is the city’s new square-mile plus downtown development located between Bell and Greenway, Litchfield and Bullard Roads. The first amenity to open was the 10,562-square-foot Aquatic Center in May of 2002. Following the Aquatic Center was the Maricopa County’s Northwest Regional Superior Court and the 23,000-square-foot Northwest Regional Library.

In February 2003, the first Cactus League games were played in the City of Surprise. The Surprise Center is the Spring Training home of the Kansas City Royals and the Texas Rangers. The 10,500-seat-multi-purpose Recreation and Major League Spring Training Campus sits on 125 acres in the vicinity of Bullard Avenue and Greenway Road.

In addition to the amenities listed above, the Surprise Recreation Campus contains the Surprise Community Park. The park opened in the summer of 2002 and features a 5-acre lake, basketball and tennis courts, and a 6,000 square foot playground of dreams. Other amenities include sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, walking and biking trails, an ADA Field of Dreams, dog park and multi-purpose athletic fields.

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