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Two Local Parks Are Set To Get $237 Million In Renovations

To complete the construction of Desert Sky and Gilbert Regional parks with all of the features envisioned, Gilbert will spend an estimated $237 million. Desert Sky, a 115-acre park at Power and Pecos roads, and Queen Creek Regional Park, a 272-acre park near Queen Creek and Higley roads, both opened their first phases in 2019. …

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The Lawsuit Could Cost The City Millions Of Dollars In Bond Interest

Gilbert intends to start selling the first series of the voter-approved $515 million bond in April, ahead of a rate hike, but it’s hit a snag that might cost the Town millions more in interest payments. Budget Director Kelly Pfost said at an all-day council financial retreat last Thursday that the $200 million sale will …

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The City Of Gilbert Has Approved A $300 Million Mixed-Use Proposal In Downtown Gilbert

All of the necessary approvals have been secured for work to begin on one of the largest pieces of property still to be developed in Gilbert’s downtown or Heritage District. The Heritage Park project will be built by Creation, a Phoenix-based alternative investment and real estate development organization. The cost is expected to be around …

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Gilbert’s Water And Waste Rates Will Increase On April 1st

On April 1, business and residential customers in Gilbert should expect an increase in their water and trash collection prices. The hikes were approved by the Town Council on Tuesday, and would produce money to pay forecasted expenses while keeping the fund balance at a minimum. A discussion regarding the rate hikes sparked a debate …

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Gilbert’s Population Has Exploded In The Previous Ten Years

Last year, Arizona gained approximately 109,000 new people, but Gilbert only received a small percentage of them. According to recent numbers from the state Office of Economic Opportunity, Gilbert’s population rose by only 1.9 percent last year. However, from 2011 and 2021, the town’s population increased by 29.1%. That gain pales in comparison to the …

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Gilbert In 2022 Will Be Dominated By Parks, Politics, And Projects

In the coming year, Gilbert will see new playgrounds, increasing water and trash rates, and the opening of a new interchange. As the Arizona Department of Transportation speeds up its three-year renovation of the I-10 from Ray Road to the Broadway Curve, Gilbert commuters should brace themselves and find alternate routes if they work in …

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