The abundance of winter rains has brought an abundance of weeds. Please take a few minutes to review your home and lot, and schedule routine maintenance as needed.
Reminders for homeowners for spring.
The community needs your involvement in the EPCOR wastewater rate case that is currently before the Arizona Corporation Commission. This rate case directly impacts the Country Club Community as EPCOR rate payers.
Based on frequently asked questions sent or phoned into the HOA office, the following are reminders.
The ACCCA staff and Board receive comments throughout the year about how beautifully the homes, yards, common areas and streets are maintained.
The ACCCA Board of Directors reminds residents of political sign and holiday decorations etiquette.
ACCCA Communication Committee Chair, Liz Turner, sat down with Board Director and Treasurer Joy Lovell to get to know her a little better.
ACCCA Communications Chair Liz Turner recently sat down with new ACCCA Board Secretary Barbara Birdseye to get to know her a little better.
Thinking of adding political signs to your yard for the primary and national elections? Please note the following.
ACCCA Communications Chair Liz Turner recently sat down with new ACCCA Board Vice President Nirmal Manerikar to get to know him a little better.
ACCCA Communications Chair Liz Turner recently sat down with new ACCCA Board President Holly Matson to get to know her a little better.
Remember to apply to comply when it comes to exterior modifications of your home in the Anthem Country Club Community Association.
The ACCCA Board of Directors invites residents to share questions and comments at the Annual Meeting, 6:30 p.m. April 7 at the Anthem Civic Building.
If you made it a goal to be more involved in the Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA), here’s a chance to check your progress:
Crimes of opportunity take only seconds to commit. Take the time each day to verify everything has been done to prevent these opportunities.
Please join the ACCCA Board of Directors in welcoming new Community Manager Margaret Troyer to the Anthem Country Club community.
When decorating homes for the holidays, please note these important dates to stay in compliance.
Prepare for a successful holiday season in the ACCCA community.
Holiday decorations may be displayed from Nov. 1-Jan. 31.
A closer look at how the ACCCA Finance Committee develops the annual ACCCA budget.
Bad habits tend to take hold when residents are behind the wheel - especially when time is of the essence. A few reminders about passing and parking will help keep the streets safer.
Take important safety measures to protect belongings.
In the event of an emergency, call 911, not the front gate.
Recent seasonal storms have left some debris throughout the community; clean-up efforts are underway.
Four ACCCA Committees seek volunteers and encourage full-time homeowners to share their time and talents on behalf of the association.
Proper tree pruning practices are important when attempting to limit storm and wind damage during monsoon season.
ACCCA staff will install transponders at the Anthem Civic Building from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.
A letter to ACCCA residents regarding road construction projects and related closures. /anthem-country-club-community-association
Anthem Country Club uses the Gateaccess.net system for visitor admittance. There are three ways residents can add a visitor: call authorization system (phone), smartphone app or personal computer.
While plants and trees love the spring rains, those pesky weeds pop up, too! Avoid landscape maintenance violations by removing weeds and trimming trees and bushes regularly.
The ACCCA has hired Trident Security to control visitor access through the attended entrance gates on Anthem Club Dr. and Anthem Hills Dr. Residents can help Trident be as efficient as possible and minimize the potential hassles for visitors.
A number of resolutions were adopted by the ACCCA Board of Directors at the First Quarter meeting on Jan. 22.
The Country Club automatic gates are occasionally unresponsive. The Country Club HOA Board and staff are aware of the issue, apologize for these problems and are diligently working to identify a solution.
Members of the community can play a huge role in deterring crime by taking steps to secure property and playing a proactive role by working with neighbors.
The Candlewyck neighborhood will undergo partial road, curb and sidewalk replacement work from Aug. 26-Oct. 2.
Good news for Country Club homeowners – the assessments that you pay to your Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA) will NOT be increasing in 2014.