Ailanthus altissima

This fast-growing, prolific seed producer easily resprouts and quickly multiplies. Tree of heaven competes with surrounding
plants for resources, has an unpleasant odor, and produces toxins that inhibit the growth of nearby plants. The toxins may be poisonous to wildlife and humans. At mid-elevations (3000-5000 ft), tree of heaven is invasive, while at lower elevations in urban areas, it is considered a nuisance.

Western soapberry Sapindus saponaria var. drummondii
An attractive deciduous tree with furrowed brown bark that can grow to 30 ft in height and width. The white flower clusters turn into amber yellow fruits in the summer which birds favor. Western soapberry reproduces by suckers and can form a small grove of trees.

Feather tree Lysiloma microphylla var. thornberi
A large shrub or small tree with fern-like, delicate evergreen leaves. The creamy white puff-ball flowers become attractive dark-brown flat pods. With severe cold and freezing, the feather tree remains a shrub and drops its leaves.

Also try:
Velvet ash Fraxinus velutina
Arizona walnut Juglans major
Both are riparian deciduous trees that need supplemental water.