May Board Meeting
Wednesday, May 25 - 6:30 PM
Download Board Meeting Packet
(available on Monday before meeting)
Community input is invited at the beginning and end of the meeting.
IN PERSON - proof of vaccination and booster required.
PPCSA Office - 2801 Rodeo Road, E-1
Log In or register for a personal account on the Park Plazas portal. Here you'll find documents and account information available only to registered residents. Owners and tenants are strongly encouraged to register as most communication is electronic. Your contact information is not shared and is not visible to the public.
Park Plazas is a covenant-enhanced community nestled amid a thousand trees. It is a planned unit development of 442 homes clustered around 36 Plazas (cul-de-sacs) on 154 acres. Almost half the development is designated to remain as open space. These common areas are linked by eight miles of paved walking paths.
In addition to the pathways, amenities include tennis and pickleball courts, an off-leash dog park, playgrounds for children, a lot for RV parking, a parcourse fitness circuit, a community garden, even a pétanque piste. With all its trees, Park Plazas has long been known as the “Green Place” in the high-desert of Santa Fe.
Developed by Walt Chapman and the Chapman Companies starting in the mid-1970s, the community was built out over almost 20 years, the last homes completed in 1993. Home sizes range from just under 1,000 square feet to over 4,000 square feet. The larger homes are generally located in an enclave called The Estates of Park Plazas. Most of the homes have two, three, or four bedrooms with one or two baths, and a one- or two-car garage. Some of the plazas feature stand-alone single-family homes, while others have townhomes.
While Park Plazas is peaceful and green, it is also conveniently located close to shopping and restaurants and just a few miles south of Santa Fe’s Plaza. Schools are nearby, including Santa Fe Community College. The Genoveva Chavez Community Center is another neighbor, offering ice skating, swimming and other recreational opportunities.
From longtime residents to relative newcomers, we all feel fortunate to live in such a special place.