Anthem has some of the best parks and trails in the north valley. A diverse collection of park facilities and amenities are available for Anthem residents and their authorized guests to enjoy year-round. Whether you are into sports, nature, or taking your children to a playground, Anthem has a park to suit your lifestyle.
If you’ve ever wondered who manages each of the parks and trails, here is a quick overview of the two different organizations that operate and maintain the park and trails.
Three Community Parks
The Anthem Community Council (ACC) operates three parks – the main Anthem Community Park (at Gavilan Peak Pkwy and Anthem Way), Liberty Bell Community Park and Splash Pad (at Liberty Bell Way and Anthem Way), and Opportunity Way Park (west of I-17 on the west end of Opportunity Way). The ACC also operates and maintains all concrete and gravel trails in Anthem.
The Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) operates 31 neighborhood parks throughout Parkside, which includes neighborhoods both east and west of I-17. These neighborhood parks are open dawn to dusk.
Graffiti/Vandalism Online Tip Form
A graffiti and vandalism online tip form is available providing an easy way for residents to provide information about graffiti and vandalism that has occurred within the community.
NOTE: Call 911 if graffiti or vandalism is in progress. If you witnessed the graffiti or vandalism, contact:
- Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), 602-876-1011 (East side of Anthem)
- Phoenix Police Department, 602-262-6151 (West side of Anthem)