about the civic building
The Civic Building is a multi-purpose building intended to encourage and inspire social, cultural, civic and educational interaction. The Civic Building is award-winning, and received the 2014 Engineering News Records "Best Projects Award" in the Interiors/Tenant Improvement category-Southwest Region.
Anthem Community Council and homeowners' associations administrative offices are located on the second floor of the Civic Building.
Civic Building Features
- Rental space for events, meetings and activities
- Programs, fitness classes, meetings and events offered by the ACC
- Drop-in space (rentals take priority)
- Business Center with wi-fi and computers (free for use)
- Business Center small conference room (reopening Jan. 2018)
- Java & Jammin' live music series (see below)
- Art in Public Places exhibit (see below)
- Visual timeline of Anthem's history
public art program
The “Art in Public Places,” program is a partnership between the ACC and the Sonoran Arts League. The program displays artwork for viewing and purchase in the Civic Building. A new gallery is featured three times per year.
The current rotation features youth artists (grades 5-12) and runs through May 17. View our featured artist of the week to learn more about the local art scene.
java & jammin'
2nd Saturday of every month
9:30-11:30 a.m. | September-May only
Civic Building Terrace
Java & Jammin’ features live musical performances, and free coffee and treats. Children are welcome to attend. View Java & Jammin' event page for details.
The ACC offers nonprofit groups the opportunity to lease office space on the second floor of the Civic Building. Offices for the Daisy Mountain Veterans, Youth for Troops, ProMusica Arizona and the North Valley Posse are located in this space.
Additionally, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office substation (not manned) is also located at the Civic Building.
These groups are separate entities and not affiliated with the Anthem Community Council. For questions, please contact them directly.