About Saguaro Canyon

The Saguaro Canyon subdivision is quietly and comfortably nestled in the north-east corner of Meridian between the major streets of Chinden (Hwy 20/26) on the north, N. Meridian Rd. on the west, N. Locus Grove Rd. on the east, and E. McMillan on the south, with the highly visible Arbor entrance at Red Horse Way on McMillan. There are however entrances from all major streets, providing easy access to the many retail stores, restaurants, schools, churches, and other features of Central Meridian, as well as the cities of Eagle and west Boise. The Boise River, Eagle Island, and many other recreational attractions are merely a few minutes away.

The subdivision area is uniquely distinguished by its’ southwestern USA architecture and landscaping structures and scenery including desert Joshua trees, Prickly Pear cactus, various Yuccas, field grasses, and other vegetation that also blends well with the typical southwestern Idaho native vegetation. At the same time the subdivision features rich-green common area and residential landscaping that even on the hottest days of summer provides ample cool shade for walks or family picnics in the spacious common-area park-like surroundings. You will also notice that the luxurious residential structures closely follow the earthy and earth-tone theme of the subdivision, once again making it uniquely a step-above many other subdivisions in all of Treasure Valley.

Saguaro Canyon is an upscale HOA residential community of approximate 135+ acres supporting 423 single family homes. The properties are 100% built out as of 2018. Residents enjoy a large and inviting heated pool and a newly constructed toddler pool, both with ample chaise lounges, pool-side chairs, tables, restrooms, plus a private fireplace area where quiet pool-side conversations or meetings can be held while enjoying the pool at the same time. Immediately outside of the fully fenced-in pool area is a recently renovated and upgraded children’s play-ground setup with slides, ladders, and exciting activity and exercise bars. A second play-ground setup is located a few blocks away on Red Horse Ave.

Residents also can enjoy multiple meticulously groomed “common area” grass and mature tree-lined meandering pathways scattered throughout the subdivision where quiet walks can be enjoyed. The calming paths are strategically laid out such that one can easily and quickly traverse through the subdivision without having to strictly follow the maze of streets that make up the subdivision.

The Saguaro Canyon subdivision development was initiated in 2005 and the first homes made available in 2007 in the “Phase 1” areas closest to McMillan. Subsequent building continued until the remaining property homes were competed in 2018.

The subdivision is controlled by a five-member volunteer HOA Board, which is made up Saguaro Canyon Subdivision full-time residents, who work hard to maintain the community’s high standard of livability and desirability. The subdivision property is fully managed by Snake River HOA (Property) Management Services LLC, which also manages several other HOAs here in the Treasure Valley area. Several times during the year, the Board sponsors subdivision family social events, including Easter Egg Hunts for the kiddies, the pool opening barbeque in May, a 4th of July bike parade with participant treats, movie nights under the warm Idaho skies, and Halloween and Christmas/Holidays property outside lighting contests.

Aiding in keeping the subdivision lush and green through the hot western Idaho summers, residents, as part of their HOA membership, enjoy an ample supply of irrigation water. The irrigation water is supplied by Settlers Irrigation District for the specific use on outdoor plants, trees, shrubs, etc. This is water that is separate from your city utility supplied home water.

Simultaneous with many other highly desirable Treasure Valley areas, the Saguaro Canyon Subdivision has enjoyed above-average property value appreciation rates.

Saguaro Canyon Subdivision is specifically bounded as you drive north on Red Horse Way from McMillan by N. Red Hills on the west and N. Saguaro Hills on the east to San Pedro St. At San Pedro St. the subdivision extends further westward to N. Claret Cup Way all the way to E. Pasacana St. The subdivision is bounded by E. Pasacana St. on the north end. All in all, the area consumes approximately 138 acres of high-class and modern residential living.