A photo timeline of Anthem's history has been unveiled at the Anthem Civic Building as part of the 15th anniversary celebration. The timeline begins in 1998, at Anthem's groundbreaking, and extends indefinitely to allow for Anthem's future to be showcased.
The ACC Parks & Facilities Maintenance staff will be performing maintenance upgrades on restrooms throughout the ACC Community Park and the community will also benefit from over 100 new plants.
The 4th annual Trick-or-Treat for an Anthem Sweet bringing area families to businesses throughout Anthem is Oct. 31, 4-6 p.m.
Businesses looking to show both their patriotism and their support of Anthem are sought to be part of the ACC’s Independence Day Celebration.
A series of Young Rembrants workshops this Fall offers children ages 5-13 instruction to improve their drawing skills with a step-by step-process, in which students complete an element at a time to create a finished product. The first session begins Sept. 6.
Kung Fu classes for all ages (3 yrs. through adult) will get underway Sept. 3 for the first session of the season. Registration deadline is August 29. For the session which follows, registration must be received by September 26.
Anthem's Jamyia James will perform the National Anthem at the ACC’s 15th annual Independence Day Celebration.
Thousands of people will come together on Thursday, July 3 at the Anthem Community Park for the annual Anthem Independence Day Celebration to honor America's birthday with fun, food and fireworks.
The 4th annual Trick-or-Treat for an Anthem Sweet Oct. 31, 4-6 p.m., brings area families to Anthem businesses.
The ACC Finance Department will begin to utilize email to deliver quarterly assessment statements in 2015.
The public is invited to attend the annual Veterans Day ceremony at the Anthem Veterans Memorial, Tuesday, Nov.11 at 10 a.m. Special tribute will be paid to Vietname War veterans at the service. The event also kicks off the Toys for Tots charity drive.
The Daisy Mountain Veterans (DMV) Post will hold its annual parade on Saturday, Nov. 8 in Anthem, beginning at 10 a.m. Vietnam War veterans are asked to serve as honorary Grand Marshals.
On September 1, QuickPass® accounts will no longer exist. Residents must sign on to the new gate access system, www.GateAccess.net.
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.
The Parkside Board of Directors approved dates for the next Parkside community-wide garage sale.
Anthem Parkside has experienced wild burros on the west side of I-17 including Arroyo Grande.The Parkside Community Association has been in contact with the State to request the fencing be repaired that separates the Anthem community from the surrounding State Land.
Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) announces auditions for their upcoming musical production, Magic Tree House: Dinosaurs Before Dark KIDS on September 13. The musical is an adaptation of the first of Mary Pope Osborne's award-winning Magic Tree House book series.
Over the past five years, the Daisy Mountain Fire District has seen over a million-dollar reduction in tax-generated revenue as property values declined. On August 8, five new firefighter recruits began their training and will be assigned to one of Daisy Mountain’s four stations.
Paradise Valley Community College will host an election forum for the candidates Sept. 3 for the MCCCD Governing Board District 3 seat (the District that PVCC Union Hills campus resides in). The event is free an open to the public.