An OASIS in the DESERT Greets You
with Palm Trees, Lush Green Grass, and Fountains

 A Community of 55+ Active Adults

540 S. 80th St. W.
Mesa, AZ 85208
Telephone: (480) 380-4000

Summer Hours:
7am to 6pm Monday
7am to 3pm Tuesday - Thursday
7am to 12 pm Friday

Looking for your next adventure?
You can find it here at Fountain of the Sun!



Fountain of the Sun is a secure, well-maintained active 55+ community
affording residents a range of activities to serve and enhance their lifestyles.
FOS has easy access to recreation and entertainment as well as medical
services and shopping with easy access to the 202 and 60 freeways.
We offer many activities and amenities including our pristine semi-private
18-hole executive golf course, country club and Birdie's Bar & Grill on-site. Whether you want to work out in the fitness center, on the pickleball courts,
in the pool or just relax in the jacuzzi spa, Fountain of the Sun is for you! 

Our community consists of approximately 2,300 homes (stick-built, condos,
and manufactured) many with views of the golf course or the stunning
Superstition Mountains. Homeowners at Fountain of the Sun own their
land and homes and are part of a Homeowners Association (HOA).
A volunteer Board is elected by FOS residents on a rotating basis
serving three-year terms. There are also 13 condo associations,
each governed by a management company and volunteer board.
The twenty-four-hour security gated property brings peace of mind.

Check out the "ABOUT THE COMMUNITY" tab above and find your next adventure at Fountain of the Sun!


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 Beware of Email SCAMS!

From the AZ Attorney Generals website: https://www.azag.gov/seniors/consumer-scams

Consumer Scams
Protecting Arizona seniors form financial exploitation is an important function of the Attorney 
General's Office. This office addresses fraud and deceptive practices in areas like financial
scams, telemarketing fraud, home repair, and bogus charities. Con artists use everyday tools to
commit these types of scams - the mailbox, the telephone, and the internet. Find information on a
few of the top consumer scams, by clicking on the links below. 
Other types of scams are described in The Senior Toolkit and by clicking on Federal Trade
Commission Scam Alerts

Follow these universal rules to safeguard yourself and your money:
 Do not give anyone your financial or other personal information unless you know who 
you are dealing with.
 Do not wire money or send a check to someone you don't know.
 Do not trust a name or number. Contact a company or agency, directly, to verify if they
 made the call or sent the letter.
 Register all your phone numbers withDoNotCall.gov. Scammers ignore it, but legitimate businesses generally honor the list.

If you are aware of or have been the victim of a scam, call us at 602-542-2124, 844-894-4735
(toll free), or emailseniorabuse@azag.gov.



      Come and see our beautiful community!