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Fiesta Gardens

The History

This beautiful community is conveniently located at the crossroads of Highway 101 and the 92 interchange. Originally built by the firm of Conway and Culligan, the nearly 500 homes were completed in 1955. The unique community featured a pool, cabana, tennis courts and two parks. The Fiesta Gardens Homes Association was established and maintenance of these areas became the sole responsibility of the association.
Over the years many enhancements were made to the pool area including adding a covered patio area off of the Culligan built cabana.  The Fiesta Flyers have also been an integral part of the neighborhood and are an award winning swim team.  Under various leaders, the swim school has taught thousands of children how to swim.  A school which today still teaches the neighborhood and surrounding area children.
Always trying to maintain it's neighborhood feeling despite growth around (including the 92 interchange, hotels, shopping centers) the association has continued many of the same traditions.  Every June you will find festivities like the pool opening celebration.  While the event has diminished over the years, it is still usually attended by a couple of hundred residents.  The day starts with a parade around the bike track and a cub scout troop carrying the flag.  After the pledge of allegiance, a citizen of the year is announced and onto the pool opening.  It's traditions like these that are priceless and contribute to the still strong and active community.
Other traditions that have grown over the year are Easter Egg Hunts, Halloween Parties and the annual Holiday light decorating contest.  Certainly, the neighborhood is a site to see at the holidays.  People come from all over the city to enjoy our efforts.
This post war neighborhood is still in as much demand today as it ever was.  As the rushed pace of life continues, it is nice to know that there is still one neighborhood which works to keep a safe and friendly environment active!