To help keep cardholders and Sun City residents informed about the various rules, regulations and policies of Recreation Centers of Sun City, Inc., RCSC has begun compiling a series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that we hope will clear up any confusion about RCSC and the Sun City community. Additional FAQs will be posted in the coming months. Always feel free to contact RCSC directly should you have any additional questions or concerns.
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Sun City Facts
Sun City is an unincorporated area within Maricopa County, it is not a city, and therefore there is no city government.
RCSC is a nonprofit, private corporation who owns and operates the recreational facilities: seven recreation centers, eight golf courses, two bowling centers, seven food service outlets / restaurants, the Sun Bowl amphitheater and the softball field all located within the Sun City community.
RCSC’s governing documents include the Restated Articles of Incorporation, the Corporate Bylaws and the Board Policies, all of which are available on this website. Each Owner of a Sun City property, or their successor, has signed a Facilities Agreement that obligates them to pay an annual property assessment whether or not they occupy the property or use the recreational facilities.
RCSC is not a homeowners association; RCSC is a non-profit corporation regulated by Arizona Title 10. The Sun City Homeowners Association (SCHOA), a separate entity, is responsible for enforcing the deed restrictions and CC&R’s for Sun City residences.
The community of Sun City was created as an active, senior retirement community and maintains a Federal Age Overlay whereby the age limitation is built into the deed restrictions. At least one resident of a Sun City property must be 55, and anyone under 19 cannot live in a Sun City residence. For specific information regarding those eligible to become RCSC Cardholders and/or Members, please refer to the Corporate Bylaws.
A nine-member, volunteer Board of Directors, elected by Members in good standing, are responsible for presiding over the corporation. The Board must enforce the corporate documents, adopt and impose rules for governing the recreation facilities, and decide issues of policy for the organization. Elected Board of Directors generally serve three-year terms; and usually three Board members are elected annually.
RCSC Members are encouraged to attend Board-Member Exchanges and the monthly Board Meeting where Members are given an opportunity to provide comments, ask questions, and share concerns with both the Board and Management.