Madera Reserve
Lori Wuollet, CAAM®
Sr. Community Manager
Green Valley Office

Cadden Community Management
101 S La Canada Drive, Suite 20
Green Valley AZ, 85614
(520) 648-6730 *
*The office is located inside the Green Valley Village, next to Valley Woodworks.

Tucson Office
Cadden Community Management
5225 West Massingale Road
Tucson AZ 85743
(520) 297-0797 * Fax (520) 742-2618

After- Hours Emergency
(520) 408-4561
Welcome to Madera Reserve
Welcome to the Madera Reserve Homeowners Association website.  The Madera Reserve community graces the area with southwestern elegance at the foot of the beautiful Santa Rita mountains.
The trail system of Madera Reserve is an integral part of the original design for our development and is located in the common areas which belong to all of the Madera Reserve residents. It is estimated that there are over three miles of trails that lie within the Madera Reserve property. These trails are monitored by volunteer residents of Madera Reserve who work hard to keep the trails accessible.

A brief history of ‘Madera Reserve’….

A community of desert dwellers lived here 1,200 year ago—they were the Hohokam (‘Ancient People’).

This is the northernmost part of the Sierra Madre Range which begins in central Mexico.

Two archeological sites from the Hohokam era are in the ‘Madera Reserve’ boundaries!

Also, 300 Pima Pineapple Cactus (protected species!) have been found here too.

The Santa Cruz River was once considered a “navigable” waterway.

Well, back to 1776. Juan Bautista de Anza left Tubac, was on his way to found San Francisco. He and his hearty band of Tubacans passed this very site. 

The site of ‘Madera Reserve’ represents a portion of the westernmost edge of the Apache Nation of Cochise and Geronimo and abuts the Yaqui nation, which encompassed the lower basin of the Santa Cruz River and most of the state of Sonora in Mexico.

By early 1900s, the Santa Ritas were a prime area for lumber sought after by Tucsonans. Whitehouse Canyon Road, the road to Madera Canyon, was primarily built to serve the logging community.

In 1915, the site was purchased in the hopes of developing synthetic rubber. Joseph P Kennedy was one of the investors in this failed project.

Until 1995, this land was set aside of grazing land. 

Nearby, 50,000 acres is set aside for the Santa Rita Experimental Range. 

And now, you may become part of the history of ‘Madera Reserve’ if you live within the community!
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Latest News
Mar 15, 2023
Special Meeting of the Board

Mar 08, 2023
ANNUAL MEETING March 9, 2023 7:00 PM

Mar 07, 2023
Madera Reserve Board Meeting • Mar 08, 2023 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm