Billing Questions
If you need help with your account number, account balance, or have other billing questions, contact your community manager by email at 
Delinquent Account
We are committed to being here for you and understand that some of our neighbors could be facing financial hardships at this time. Our team can help. We can discuss setting up a payment plan for delinquent accounts. Contact community manager by email at 
Direct Debit
Direct debit allows for payments to be automatically withdrawn from your checking or savings account each quarter.
To sign up for direct debit, please complete the direct debit form (PDF) and return it and a copy of a voided check to the Association Office. Instead of a voided check, please submit your routing and account numbers.
Forms can also be emailed to or faxed to 480-921-7564.
Would you like to receive your assessment statement electronically? Sign up for eStatements.
Going paperless helps the environment and reduces the amount of money the Association spends on mailing your statement.
These cost savings will help the Board to focus funds on more significant community needs and minimize future assessment increases.
Mail Payments
Payments can be mailed to the address listed on your assessment statements. The detachable coupon portion of the statement must be included with the payment.
Online Payment
Payments can be made online by eCheck, credit card or automatic withdraw through Pacific Western Bank. The automatic withdrawal option is valid for one year and then must be rescheduled.
Homeowners become members of the Country Place Community Master Association when they purchase a home.
Access your account here.
Members are responsible for paying quarterly assessments to support community operations and reserve funds. Assessments are due on the 1st of January, April, July, and October. Payments received after the 15th of the month are subject to late fees. Current assessments for 2023 are $203.00 per quarter.
Annual Quarterly Assessment Due Dates:
January 1st
April 1st
July 1st
October 1st