A recent study finds Anthem is one of the family-friendliest communities in Arizona. Residents already knew that, but now more data backs it up!
Spring will be a busy time at the Community Center and Civic Building. Classes and programs, both new and returning favorites, will be starting soon.
The Anthem Youth Advisory Council (AYAC) is hosting a poster design competition to raise vandalism awareness in Anthem.
In February, the Arizona Corporation Commission commenced a hearing to consider the wastewater rate case filed by EPCOR.
The Facilities Master Plan is currently under review; residents have had a chance to submit ideas for community recreational amenities.
"Art in Public Places" displays the work of North Valley artists.
Anthem Neighborhood Watch has invested in a Personal Identification Program that allows trained staff create kits for those who need them - especially children and senior citizens who might otherwise have no such identification
Both the Community Center and Civic Building have classes and programs for everyone this spring.
There's not much worse than getting a group together for a picnic in the park, only to have it broken up by another group who thought ahead (and you forgot to reserve a ramada)!
As two new senior living facilities prepare to open in Anthem, it is important to think about the impact fires can have on the aging population, many of whom currently live independently.
Anthem Neighborhood Watch is simply neighbors helping neighbors to reduce crimes of opportunity.
John Balzer has been a vital contributor for Anthem Neighborhood Watch. He is responsible for 145 block watch signs in over 100 Anthem neighborhoods.
Anthem has done well recycling, but there is room to improve.
Go Green took out the trash (and recycling) in October, with impressive collection data to prove it.
A hand-made quilt was donated to the Anthem Community Council to hang in the Civic Building, in honor of the Anthem Veterans Memorial's fifth anniversary next month.
The Anthem Way Values Award ceremony was held Aug. 2, 2016 at the Anthem Civic Building. Ten ACC employees and one project team were recognized for their service.
Did you know that 230 people a day are brought to emergency rooms with fireworks injuries around the 4th of July? There is also a spike in calls to the fire department because of unintentional fires set. The desert landscape is especially at risk.
Each July, the National Recreation and Park Association celebrates Park and Recreation Month, and in 2016, the event’s theme is celebrating the heroes of local parks and recreation organizations.
Tim Holladay recently received the Shining Star Award for the first quarter of 2016.
Shauna Eriksson, an employee of the ACC Community Center, was recently recognized with a Shining Star Award.
There’s a buzz about town…it’s bee season! As the temperatures continue to rise, bee sightings should taper off. But until that time, here’s what the community should expect when it comes to bees on residential property.
A national real-estate website has named Anthem as a Top 10 Phoenix community.
While visiting Community Park, be sure to think about how your presence affects the park's fish and feathered friends. Use barbless hooks and always clean up debris to keep from harming the wildlife.
The Anthem Community Council recently recognized Communications Department employee Jamie Flores with a Shining Star Award for going above and beyond the call of duty.
Anthem is known for its aesthetics, but did you know that in 2015, more than 50 cents of every assessment dollar collected by the ACC is being reinvested in the maintenance or replacement of Anthem’s assets?
The Anthem Community Council recently recognized Parks and Facilities employee Milt Lundskow with a Shining Star Award for going above and beyond the call of duty.