The new Anthem Civic Building is home to a host of exercise classes. As of Feb. 3, residents were able to take Yoga, Tai Chi, and Senior Stretch and Tone classes among others in Fitness Rooms 1 and 2, located on the first floor.
Anthem residents will have the opportunity to recycle a variety of items at the next Go Green event, set for April 26, 8-11 a.m., in the ACC Community Center parking lot.
The Anthem Community Council has design review authority over any new structures or exterior building improvement modifications made to any existing building located on non-residential/commercial property, such as commercial, worship institutions, etc.
Depending on where a business is located within Anthem (Maricopa County or the City of Phoenix), there are multiple documents and jurisdictional agencies that govern what a property owner or tenant can or cannot do regarding signage, permitting, etc.
The ACC Community Center will unveil a Teen Room in mid-March. The room, located on the south side of the building, was once a Game Room and has been used in recent years for a variety of small meetings.
The Anthem Amazing Race Spring Break camp will take place March 17-21 at the ACC Community Center.
In only its first month of being open to the public full-time the Anthem Civic Building has already hosted a variety of groups and meetings.
For a group of Anthem women, a trip to the new Anthem Civic Building will bring about a sense of pride for years to come.
Responding to a recent homeowner question about fire hydrants, the ACCCA sent out some inquiries and had an opportunity to speak with Daisy Mountain Fire Chief, Mark Nichols, and EPCOR Water.
As most Anthem Country Club residents know, the private road system consists primarily of residential streets.
The Adopt-a-Park program presented by the Neighborhood Parks Committee (NPC) was approved by the Parkside Board of Directors at the Feb. 20 Board meeting.
A short term rental fine policy is now in place for homeowners renting out their homes for less than 30 days.
Anthem residents are invited to attend an open house set for March 5, 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room at the Anthem Civic Building.
Maricopa County will install a pedestrian activated crossing signal this summer at the intersection of Gavilan Peak Pkwy. and Venture Dr., in response to resident and Board concerns about pedestrian safety.
Filled with hot chocolate, sugar cookies, and plenty of holiday cheer, a group of volunteer judges piled into the ACC Community Center van, their sleigh for the evening, and offered their best discerning eyes in evaluating the 22 entries that make up the 2013 Anthem Festival of Lights Contest.
Members of various committees, past and present, looked to the evening's future with enthusiasm.
Grandparents from all over the Valley are invited to be at Ryan House on Jan. 30, 10 a.m.-noon, to show their support of children with life-threatening conditions.
Anthem residents are invited to attend a Maricopa County Planning and Development Department’s meeting on Jan. 21, 2014, 10:30 a.m., where the County’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will discuss an amendment to a proposed gas station and convenience store (case Z2013118).