Anthem Business News
At the January ACC Board of Directors meeting, the Board approved three commercial projects that impact the Anthem community.
The 2017 Curves Food Drive will take place from March 3-31 at 42302 N. Vision Way, Ste. 115. Curves is inviting both non-members and members to take part in the Food Drive by bringing in a bag of non-perishable food to be donated to Foothills Food Bank. New members who donate one bag of food will pay no enrollment fee to join.
The Enclave at Anthem (Spectrum Retirement Community) is launching an educational lunch series at the Anthem Civic Building beginning in February.
U-Haul numbers for 2016 indicate a strong business environment in Anthem.
Seattle Business Magazine recently named Merrill Gardens "Family Business of the Year."
Construction is well underway on The Enclave at Anthem Senior Living, a new housing community in Anthem expected to open this summer.
At the September Business Roundtable, the Economic Development Committee (EDC) unveiled a new tool on the community’s website.
As part of their re-entry into the community, the company awarded more than $60,000 in grants to local organizations at their opening.
The U.S. Army is moving to Anthem. A new career center/recruiting office will open Dec. 15.
Safeway's return to the community brings three days of celebrating. See what's in store.
Halloween candy buyback helps the troops; donate your leftovers at Sheppard Pediatric Dentistry.
It’s that time of year again when the ACC recognizes Anthem businesses for their property improvements and service to the community.
The Economic Development Committee will host its third Business Roundtable Sept. 21, 8-10 a.m. All Anthem business owners, operators and commercial property managers are invited to attend.
Learn more about the new Department of Labor overtime regulations at a free workshop, June 1 at the Anthem Civic Building.
Merrill Gardens, Anthem's new senior living facility, is well underway and on pace for their fall opening.
Mosquito pressure is higher in the Valley this year, which means residents should take extra steps to protect themselves and their lots from infestation. Titan Pest Control explains what residents can do.
The Anthem U-Haul store has filed a zoning adjustment application with the City of Phoenix.
State Farm Agent Nanette McClelland-Miller will host the 13th Annual Mardi Gras Celebration, Feb. 27 at the Roadrunner Restaurant, benefiting Gabriel "Gabe" Almonte.
The Phoenix Business Journal chose Anthem's OSR Physical Therapy as the only physical therapy organization to make the “Best Places to Work” list this year.
The ACC Economic Development Committee will host a Business Roundtable at the Anthem Civic Building on Feb. 3, 8-10 a.m.
Eleven Anthem businesses received nominations in two categories for the ACC's annual recognition. Winners will be announced at a reception, Dec. 1.
Merrill Gardens at Anthem is currently under construction and estimated to open in the spring of 2017.
Sheppard Pediatric Dentistry will pay $1-per-pound for Halloween candy Nov. 2, and will be packaging it up to mail to U.S. troops.
Local fitness expert and SkinSport Fitness Center owner Scott Skinner will host the annual Rock the Pink Charity Workout at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24.
Das Pooch Grooming will celebrate its grand opening Oct. 17.
Dunn-Edwards Paints is hosting a grand opening event at its new Anthem store location from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30.
An Anthem-based EPCOR employee has been awarded the Living Water Award by the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC).
Curves of Anthem is celebrating its 13th anniversary.
The ACC has reformatted the Non-Residential Design Guidelines to make them easier to navigate. The guidelines will be an agenda item at the Jan. 27 ACC Board of Directors meeting.
Gallery on the Square owner/artist Rob Hutchinson will present "The Magic of Monet" Sept. 26 beginning at 6 p.m.
Gallery on the Square owner/artist Rob Hutchinson will present Georgia O'Keefe's "Poppy," August 22 beginning at 6 p.m. The art and wine evening is open to individuals or groups for $48 per person.
Verizon retailer TCC is donating free backpacks and school supplies in Anthem on Aug. 1.
Gallery on the Square owner/artist Rob Hutchinson will present "Monet's Giverny" July 11 beginning at 6 p.m. The art and wine evening is open to individuals or groups for $48 per person. No experience is required to participate in the event, and all supplies are provided.
Business owners/operators in Anthem have a new resource for all the forms they need to move projects forward.
In order to support the thriving business community in Anthem, the newly formed Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce is off and running.
The groundbreaking for new retirement facility Merrill Gardens, which will be built off of Meridian Drive in Anthem, is scheduled for mid-June.
Business Services and Commercial Code Specialist Tony Smith is beginning his new role with the ACC. This position is integral in furthering the ACC’s strategic plans of promoting business and economic development.
Anthem Community Council recognized Rhapsody School of Music and Musical Theater of Anthem at an awards reception last week. The awards were given for Commercial Property Improvements and Excellence in Community Service, respectively.
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.