Will Anthem Get a Second Hotel?

Will Anthem Get a Second Hotel?

By Karen Goveia — A property owner aims to build a Holiday Inn Express on a vacant Anthem plot that doesn’t allow a hotel. Representatives for the property owner, Tim Rutjes, are seeking a height waiver from the City of Phoenix to allow a 40-foot tall, three-story structure on 3 acres near 41st Drive and […]

By February 21, 2019 Read More →
Don’t Complain. Run!

Don’t Complain. Run!

Anthem Community Council has two open three-year seats on its board, one each representing Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA) and Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA). Those two HOAs also each have two open seats on their HOA boards. The Village HOA has five open seats. Deadline to file candidacy is Monday, Jan. 28. Info: […]

By January 24, 2019 Read More →
New Homes Proposed Near Anthem Post Office

New Homes Proposed Near Anthem Post Office

By Robert Roy Britt — A new development of 170 homes is in the planning stages on a parcel of private land near the current Circle Mountain development on the west side of Anthem. The empty plot, northwest of the Post Office, straddles New River. Some Anthem residents are already voicing opposition. The developer, El […]

By January 23, 2019 Read More →
EPCOR Water Rate Case Could Be Decided Jan. 25

EPCOR Water Rate Case Could Be Decided Jan. 25

By Robert Roy Britt — A long-running set of proposals for when and how much to change rates for EPCOR customers across 11 districts in Arizona, including the east side of Anthem, will likely be decided at the next meeting of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Friday, Jan. 25. The decision will determine if Anthem’s rates […]

By January 23, 2019 Read More →
Anthem Approves Dog Park Project & Costs

Anthem Approves Dog Park Project & Costs

UPDATE Jan. 24, 2019: Anthem Community Council voted unanimously last night to approve the $1.87 million project, which if all goes well will be completed by the end of this year. You can check out all the details of the costs in the ACC board’s agenda. Our recent story about the project, below, remains as initially […]

By January 22, 2019 Read More →

Skateboarder Hit by Car in Anthem

A skateboarder was struck by a car at the intersection of Anthem Way and Gavilan Peak Parkway today. “A 15-year-old juvenile on a skateboard was hit by a vehicle driven by an adult male turning left onto Anthem Way,” said Sgt. Bryant Vanegas of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. “The juvenile was transported to a […]

By December 7, 2018 Read More →
To Small Businesses: Thank You

To Small Businesses: Thank You

Spending money at small businesses—whether it’s a service business, restaurant or retail store—has direct impact on the local economy. Two-thirds of every dollar spent at a small business stays local, according to American Express. Small business owners hire local, spend their earnings at other local businesses, and often give time and money to community organizations. […]

By November 20, 2018 Read More →
Some Anthem HOA Dues Will Rise in 2019, But Not ACC Assessments

Some Anthem HOA Dues Will Rise in 2019, But Not ACC Assessments

Anthem homeowners won’t see an increase in assessments from Anthem Community Council next year, but a hike is likely in 2020 or 2021, officials said. Meanwhile, residents of Country Club and the Landing will see their 2019 HOA dues go up. At its monthly meeting Oct. 24, ACC’s board of directors approved an $8.6-million balanced […]

By November 1, 2018 Read More →
2018 Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade is Saturday, Nov. 3

2018 Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade is Saturday, Nov. 3

Come for the Parade… In its 14th year, the Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade is scheduled to rumble through Anthem starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, assuming weather permits. The dozens of parade participants include the Shriners, Central Arizona Jeepers, Daisy Mountain Fire Department and many local businesses, clubs and schools, all led by […]

By November 1, 2018 Read More →
Anthem Threatens Litigation over New River-Desert Hills Incorporation Effort

Anthem Threatens Litigation over New River-Desert Hills Incorporation Effort

After attempts to reach what it called a neighborly solution, Anthem Community Council today sent a letter to the four leaders of the New River-Desert Hills Incorporation Committee, threatening litigation if the committee refuses to remove the sections of Anthem that are in its proposed incorporation map. [See map below.] The map, proposed in July, […]

By October 8, 2018 Read More →
Veterans Parade Registration Deadline is Oct. 20

Veterans Parade Registration Deadline is Oct. 20

Whether you’d like to march or drive, Saturday, Oct. 20 is the deadline to sign up to participate in the 14th annual Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3 in Anthem. Registration is online only. To register, go here. Below are In&Out Publications staff photos from past parades.   

By October 5, 2018 Read More →
Anthem’s Dog Park Plans Take Shape

Anthem’s Dog Park Plans Take Shape

By Robert Roy Britt — Planning for Anthem’s dog park is now centered around several questions that must be decided before a final price tag can be estimated. At Anthem Community Council’s monthly meeting last night, the project’s architect discussed tentative plans and options that would affect the cost. An updated site plan for the […]

By September 27, 2018 Read More →
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