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Naranja Park Bond community education information now available

Photo of Naranja Park sign monument

On November 7, 2017, Oro Valley voters will decide whether or not to authorize the issuance and sale of $17 million in general obligation bonds to fund the design, construction, improvement, furnishing and equipping of multi-sport fields, baseball diamond fields, a playground and associated infrastructure and amenities at Naranja Park, 810 W. Naranja Drive. The bonds would be repaid through a secondary property tax, which sunsets after 20 years.

May 19, 2017

To ensure that Oro Valley homeowners and commercial property owners know what’s included in the plan and how they will be impacted by the bond issuance, the Town of Oro Valley has created the Naranja Park Bond web page, making it easier to find all information in one place.

The easiest way to access the page is to visit and click on the large Naranja Park banner at the top or the smaller Naranja Park carousel image underneath. You may also click here or copy/paste this URL into your web browser:

The Naranja Park Bond Project web page provides a regularly updated list of press releases, articles, maps, cost details, project overview and other informational documents.

Voters who prefer a brief overview can download or print the single-page Project Sheet, which has a map on one side and project details on the other. Click here to view, print or download. Hard copies of the project sheet will be available at Town Hall and at the Oro Valley Community Center by the end of May.

In accordance with Arizona state law, a detailed, informational pamphlet will be prepared and mailed to each household with a registered voter not less than 35 days before the date of the election.

Since the Town of Oro Valley cannot advocate for or against a bond election, this information is being made available for public education purposes only.

If you have any questions about the Naranja Park Bond, please send us an inquiry through Ask Oro Valley, the online constituent services portal (click here), or you may email us at