Buzzing mosquitoes, itchy bites and spray-on repellents are all part of outdoor summer “fun.” For some of us, they’re unavoidable. If you feel as if you have a huge mosquito target on your back - or arm, or leg - it’s not in your head. Here’s some Q&A on using mosquito repellent to try to keep away those pesky mosquitoes.
Here are a few reminders to help keep your home and vehicle safe from potential theft.
Animal waste can be hazardous to the health of children who play in the community and to other pets.
Phoenix Magazine recently named Anthem Parkside one of Arizona’s ‘Hot Neighborhoods’ for 2017.
If you have lost a pet, or found one wandering around without its owner, it’s best to report it right away.
A diverse collection of park facilities and amenities are available for Anthem residents and their authorized guests to enjoy year-round.
The Reunion/Steinbeck neighborhood park will soon be receiving some park additions.
The Adopt-A-Park program currently has 24 out of 31 neighborhood parks adopted.
The Anthem Community Council (ACC) is responsible for maintaining the back view fencing and exterior block walls of the Parkside community.
As we approach the warmer months, it’s a good time to check your irrigation system.
The APCA will be holding their annual community-wide garage sale September 30 and October 1, 2017.
The Parkside community recently elected Tim Fyke and Sharilyn Miller to two-year terms on the Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) Board of Directors.
While keeping your home and vehicle locked is common sense, we are entering the season of warmer weather when kids will be out of school and families will be on vacation – making it a prime time for thieves.
The Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) regularly evaluates the exterior paint on Parkside homes for the appearance of fading, splotchy or peeling paint.
Anthem Circle Mountain, the newest Anthem neighborhood and part of the planned Lennar Development located north of the Daisy Mountain Post Office, has experienced delays in construction of the model homes due to winter rains.
On December 14, 2016, Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) Vice President Bettye Ruff was awarded the 2016 Maricopa County Sheriff's North Valley Posse "Jerry Kowalski" Community Service Award.
As you and your family celebrate this holiday season, consider spreading the joy by giving to those less fortunate.
The Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) recently updated the frequently asked questions that you as a homeowner need to know when you move to the Anthem Parkside community.
APCA has completed working with Sherwin Williams on a tri-fold brochure showcasing the newly approved paint color options for the exterior of Parkside homes.
Be mindful of your dog barking as a courtesy to your neighbor.
The age of information continues to cause a rise in credit fraud and identity theft, making it more critical than ever to protect personal and financial information.
Learn who does what and when when it comes to the service and maintenance of Parkside neighborhood ("pocket") parks.
The APCA Board of Directors last year approved new colors for the exterior of Parkside resident’s homes.
Some items are too large to fit in your trash container. That’s known as bulk waste, and the City of Phoenix and Republic Services will dispose of it for you.
Circle Mountain Ranch, the newest Anthem Parkside neighborhood and part of the planned Lennar Development located north of the Daisy Mountain Post Office on 43rd Ave., is on track to begin home sales in 2017.
Watching an Arizona monsoon storm from the safety of your own home can be an awe-inspiring experience, but if you're caught outdoors during one, follow a few safety tips.
The APCA implemented the "Nice Yard" postcard program last year to thank homeowners for taking care of the exterior of their homes.
As election day draws near, so does the placement of political signs throughout the community.
Few things are less inviting than murky, green water when you’re looking to take a dip in the pool to cool off from the summer heat.
The warm Arizona climate can create hot playgrounds.
This advice can help you beat the heat this summer.
Monsoon season officially begins mid-June and ends on Sept. 30, but the storms peak between mid-July and mid-August. Destructive monsoon storms damage trees in several ways, including breaking limbs, cracking branches and even uprooting trees in water-saturated soil.
Before packing up the family and heading out of Anthem, take some time to review a checklist to ensure your home is safe.
Most people water too frequently and far too much. Just because the soil surface appears dry doesn’t mean it’s time to water your plants.
Trash cans waiting for pick-up should be placed curbside and not on sidewalks.
The Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA), through the Neighborhood Parks Committee (NPC), offers an Adopt-A-Park program to local residents, providing an opportunity for them to make a meaningful contribution in their neighborhoods and in the Anthem community by assuming some responsibility for the tidiness and safety of their neighborhood parks.
The Anthem Neighborhood Watch (ANW) is seeking interested volunteers and block captains.
Keep handy a list of contacts to report power outages and vandalized street signs, as well as receive answers to billing and compliance questions.
Election season has begun and so has the placement of political signs throughout the community.
The Anthem Parkside Community Association has recently implemented the "Nice Yard" postcard program to thank homeowners for taking care of the exterior of their homes.
Here are some tips for being safe in a snake-filled desert.
Boulder Creek High School students and parents need to be aware that parking on the street within the Parkside community is strictly prohibited.
Repainting houses the original color is a popular choice. However, years of sun-fading can result in frustrating paint matching. Find out what you can do to streamline the process and avoid extra costs.
Take a look at some of the frequently asked questions residents ask of the HOA when they move into the Anthem Parkside community.
The Parkside Board of Directors held a special meeting with residents to address the parking rules and regulations and their impact on the Paseo neighborhood. The new fine policy that was to go into effect on May 1 is postponed until August 1, allowing sufficient time for an ad-hoc committee to discuss further options.
For landscapes with turf areas, late September to mid-October marks a major milestone in the low desert areas. In order to maintain green lawns through the winter, homeowners with turf need to overseed the Bermuda grass that thrives in the summer.
The monsoon season begins on June 15 and ends on Sept. 30, but the storms peak between mid-July and mid-August.
Summertime means some well-deserved time off. Before packing up the family and heading out of Anthem, review a checklist to ensure the vacant house will remain safe.
Spring transition can be an unsightly time for turf. If you overseeded with winter rye grass last fall, warm season Bermuda grass is going to struggle to return.
Transitioning from rye grass back to Bermuda grass in the summer can be an unsightly time period for the lawn and the slightly cooler temperatures in Anthem make ryegrass hang around a little longer than in Phoenix.