Town-Wide Issues PLUS

Open Issues: 327 Closed Issues: 41,020 Acknowledged Issues: 303
  • Freestone Park 401 N Lindsay Rd, Gilbert, AZ, 85234, USA - Gilbert
    On the bike path a tree is down, debris from a dirt bike in the area, and signs have been damaged.
  • W Mesquite St Gilbert, Arizona, 85233 - Gilbert

    Mayor & CM Anderson requested the following email be sent to staff for follow up with resident.

    From: Joseph Corda
    Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2022 9:58 AM
    To: Scott Anderson
    Subject: Mesquite widening

    I disapprove of project and would like it cancelled this is rural neighborhood with horses that use the grassy areas for grazing and bathroom use.

    Joseph M. Corda
    Southside Management
    Cell (480) 343-5134
    Fax (480) 699-6238
    E-Mail Joe_0047@Hotmail.com
    Joe.0047@Gmail.com

  • S Ranch House Pkwy Gilbert AZ 85297, United States - Gilbert
    Traffic sign appears to have been run over It's lifted out of the cement Laying down
  • 1370 S Palm St Gilbert, Arizona, 85296 - Gilbert

    The Mayor's office received the following email from a resident inquiring about potential development on the property behind his. I am trying to pinpoint which # he has been calling but in the meantime, can staff please provide me pertinent information to be share with resident? Thank you!

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Allen Werkmeister
    Sent: Thursday, September 8, 2022 10:51 AM
    To: Kirsten Morgan
    Subject: [EXTERNAL]Can’t get you

    I have tried to call for over 3 hours over the last 2 days. How do I find out why I was not contacted about zoning changes behind my property.
    Allen Werkmeister
    1370 S. Palm St
    Gilbert 85296

    Sent from my iPhone

  • Greenfield Lakes Golf Course - Gilbert

    Mayor and Council received the following email from a resident. Can insight on this project be provided to me to share with Council and public?
    Thank you.
    From: CJ
    Date: Sunday, September 4, 2022 at 1:26 PM
    To: Council Members
    Subject: Email to Gilbert Town Council
    Gilbert Council Members,

    As a homeowner in Greenfield Lakes for the past 23 years, I am dead set against the proposed Greenfield Lakes Golf course’s light project ( PROJECT-2022-00180) to accommodate night golf. They have had crazy ideas before. Years ago they tried night golf with fluorescent golf balls and headlights on the carts. It ended after several weeks. The most notable issues were drunken golfers, foul language, noise and lack of privacy. I for one, do not want to seen that happen again.

    I understand that the proposal has already been filed. I urge you to reject this effort by the golf course to invade our privacy and recreate the issues we experienced before.

    Charlie Johnson
    2641 E. Catclaw Street
    480-225-4588

  • 38 E Warner Rd Gilbert, AZ 85296, USA - Gilbert
    Is there a place to track any updates on the completion of the construction on Recker, North or Warner Rd?
  • S Greenfield Rd & E Queen Creek Rd Gilbert, Arizona, 85297 - Gilbert

    The Mayor's office received the following email: Can staff please provide the resident an update? Thank you for your help with this.

    From: Sarah Hancotte
    Sent: Monday, September 19, 2022 8:34 AM
    To: Scott Anderson
    Subject: [EXTERNAL]Victory Plaza

    Hi Scott,

    Can you help me get a current status of the Victory Plaza development at Greenfield and Queen Creek? Has it passed the planning commission and if so, what is the final design/layout?

    This property is .25 miles from me and my horses. I would like to know what kind of traffic or construction to expect.

    Thanks,
    Sarah

  • Greenfield Lakes Golf Course - Gilbert

    Email received regarding Greenfield Lakes Golf Course LED light project. Please provide details to be shared with council and public.

    Mayor Peterson-

    I have lived in Gilbert for 25 years and love our community and have always found that decisions made regarding growth and progress have been in the best interest of the Town residents. My husband and I have lived on the golf course in Greenfield Lakes for 21 years and enjoy watching the golfers during the day and having peace and quiet in the evenings and nights.

    On Tuesday, Aug. 23rd I attended a community meeting at Greenfield Golf Course. At this meeting several dozen community members were informed that the owner of Greenfield Lakes Golf Course wants to begin offering Night Golf. This would require several dozen 50 foot poles with LED lights installed on the course lighting it up until 10:00 PM nightly.

    When I purchased my home I knowing agreed to having loud noises due to maintenance on the golf course beginning at 5:00 AM and to having noise and people outside my required view fence until dusk. I did not agree to living on an evening entertainment center that will be lighted until 10:00 PM nightly.

    The golf course owner is a business owner that is trying to increase revenue and I understand the challenges of being a business owner. However, this should not be allowed- several home owners have purchased properties on the golf course expecting to privacy at dusk- this effects the lifestyle of each of these owners. The golf course owner owns the corner lot at Greenfield and Warner and has not developed this land into a profit. I would like to see other efforts for the owner to increase his profits rather than impact my backyard (literally).

    At this point I am not certain if this item needs to come before you as a council or if it is a simple permit to build- I am asking for your help in guiding me and my neighbors to how we can have our voices heard on this matter.

    Thank you,
    Becky Henderson

  • 901–903 E Germann Rd Gilbert AZ 85297, United States - Gilbert
    Barricades from construction down and some in lanes All no left turn signs down
  • 14201-14399 E Willis Rd Gilbert, AZ, 85297, USA - Gilbert

    The Mayor's office received the following email about a potential development that went to planning commission last week.

    From: Paul Flacco
    Sent: Monday, August 8, 2022 11:26 AM
    To: Brigette Peterson ; Aimee Yentes ; Scott Anderson ; Laurin Hendrix ; Yung Koprowski ; Scott September ; Kathy Tilque ; Kirsten Morgan ; Monica D'Ortenzio
    Subject: Apartments

    Dear Mayor and Town Council,
    I am taking the time to write this request because it means a lot to me.
    Please DO NOT approve any more high density apartment complexes..
    As a resident of Gilbert for 26 years there is enough and no more for the town please.

    We are loosing a little bit of Gilbert already and more dence housing is not what Gilbert is.
    Please DO NOT approve any morre apartmants or dence housing.

    Rivulon seeks 352-unit apartment project OK | News | gilbertsunnews.com


    Thank you,
    Paul Flacco
    1147 S Ironwood Ct
    Gilbert, AZ 85296

    602.695.3863

  • Gilbert Police Department 75 E Civic Center Dr, Gilbert, AZ, 85296, USA - Gilbert
    The trench that was made at the courthouse parking lot entrance is difficult to see when approaching from the east, and the vertical barricades that have been set up are not adequate to indicate a real hazard. I fell Saturday evening when running westbound and I had no idea there was a trench until I was on the ground with cuts and bruises. Until this project is finished please barricade this properly.
  • 1515 N Greenfield Rd Gilbert, AZ, 85234, USA - Gilbert
    sidewalk on east side of greenfield, south of baseline, in front of the public storage... sidewalk area with cones for extended period of time, large dip in sidewalk not blocked off, caused a person in a wheelchair to tip over, request to assess cone placement and sidewalk dip