Circle Mountain Ranch, a new 202-unit single-family home development proposed north of the Anthem Post Office on 43rd Ave., could be annexed into Anthem. Such a decision would mean that these homes would fall under the umbrella of the Anthem Parkside Community Association.
According to Anthem Community Council (ACC) Board of Directors President Tim Fyke, Pulte approached the Board with the concept. “Pulte/Del Webb and Lennar Homes has set into motion the possibility of annexing this development, and the associated parks and open spaces into the ACC and Parkside HOA Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs).”
Important meeting dates:
- According to ACC Community Executive Officer Jenna Kohl, Pulte retains rights to annex property under the governing documents. Before making a decision, Kohl said that Pulte desires to ascertain the position of the ACC Board, Parkside Board and community members. The ACC has requested that Pulte publicize and host public meetings to present the project to the community. Meetings are scheduled at 6 p.m., Sept. 9 and Sept. 14, at the Anthem Civic Building.
- In addition to the public meetings, the topic is being scheduled as an agenda item at the Sept. 16 ACC Board of Directors meeting at 6:30 p.m. The meeting, which is open to the public, is at the Anthem Civic Building.
The ACC will advocate strongly for conditions that benefit the Anthem community, and take into consideration the input from Anthem residents, and impact on existing ACC amenities and programs. The ACC Board of Directors encourages residents to attend these scheduled meetings, and to take the time and initiative to learn the facts about the possible annexation.