Community Guidelines & Resources
Where can I find the rules and
regulations for my community?
Guide outlines the community guidelines for
Soaring Heights Communities.
How do I contact Soaring Heights?
The Welcome Home Center can be reached at
520-745-5024. It is located at 8090 E. Ironwood Street,
Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 85748.
Are pets allowed?
Yes, we gladly welcome four-legged family members
at Soaring Heights Communities Please see the Pet
Policy for more information about our pet
policy and information about restricted breeds.
What is the process to escalate a
concern related to my home or community?
Soaring Heights Communities takes resident concerns
very seriously and desires to address and resolve any issues in a
timely manner to the satisfaction of all parties involved.
Click here to view a copy of our dispute
resolution process as well as key points to contact available to
assist you with your concerns.
Are there any special safety features or
tips about my home or community I should know about?
We have put together a short video highlighting
fire, child, water and neighborhood safety.
Click Here to watch the
Am I allowed to run a business from my
Information concerning running a business from your
home can be found in the Resident
Guide. For further information or to apply
please contact the Welcome Home Center at 520-745-5024.
Are guests allowed to stay with me?
Guests are welcome to stay with a resident for less
than 30-days without written notification. If a guest will be
staying for longer than 30-days please contact the Welcome Home
Center at 520-745-5024 to get the required approval.
How do I report a maintenance
If you’re experiencing a maintenance issue in your
home, please call the maintenance line at 520-505-5012 as soon as
possible. If you have a Permission to Enter form on file, you can
enter an online maintenance request
Where can I learn more about the Air
Force Mandated Utilities Allowance Program?
To reduce energy consumption nationwide, the DOD
(Department of Defense) established a utility conservation policy
(Public Law 104-106, 110 St, 186 Section 2801) that holds service
members and their families responsible for their utilities usage.
Privatized military communities across all branches of service are
also required to follow the DOD policy.
After more than a decade of experience, the Air Force modified the
Utility Allowance (UA) Program to more accurately capture utility
costs and usage, while offering a financial incentive to Service
Members and families who conserve electricity.
We appreciate that with any new initiative, there will be
questions. To better understand the program, click here to review
the Air Force Question and Answers for Residents Utility Allowance
Policy Change. This document outlines the
program, and the most frequently asked questions.
The intent of the UA Program is to heighten awareness and promote
energy conservation. Through it Soaring Heights residents can
become good stewards of our environment. If you have any questions,
please call the Soaring Heights Welcome Home Center