Storage sheds located in a rear yard with private blocking fencing may be of any style, color and material, providing it is not visible over the fence. Storage sheds may not exceed 8 feet in height and must blend in with the exterior color of the home. Custom storage sheds will be reviewed and considered by the Design Review Committee on a case by case basis.

 When in doubt, submit an architectural submittal form to avoid a costly violation. 
You're Invited
3rd Annual Spectrum Paint Expo
Saturday, Nov. 2 | 10 AM - 12 PM

As we continue to notify homeowners that they are required to have their homes repainted, we also want to continue to provide valuable resources to begin the process.  At the Paint Expo, you can meet representatives from local paint supply companies, and request bids from our participating paint vendors. Pre-Approved paint schemes will also be available to view, and our Assistant Community Manager, Regina Sbraccia, will be on-site to answer any questions you might have about the Design Review process.
Spectrum will be hosting a Community Garage Sale this Saturday and Sunday from 7AM - 12PM. We have 16 homes participating so far. If you are interested in participating, you may register until 5PM tomorrow (10/17).

The Maricopa County Vector Control has a fogging calendar that lists all areas scheduled to be fogged located on their website. Additionally, Vector Control has recently fogged certain locations within the Spectrum Community upon receiving calls from concerned residents. Their process is to place out traps to determine the amount of mosquitoes in a certain area, and based upon their findings they will decide whether or not to then fog the area. 
Fall Irrigation Checklist

As the summer heat breaks and Fall arrives, people are headed outside to once again enjoy the landscape. Now is the time to complete some irrigation chores to get ready for the cooler months. Review the irrigation checklist by Four Peaks in their October newsletter.
Gilbert is asking for resident feedback to help shape its future. The town is in the process of updating the  2020 General Plan  and has opened up the document for a 60-day public review.

The General Plan is our long-range planning document that lays out the community’s vision for the future and includes goals, policies and actions on topics like land use, transportation, employment, housing, recreation, infrastructure, public facilities, and other key issues. 
The 60-day review period ends Friday, December 6th. Residents can view the document digitally on our website or access a physical copy at the Gilbert Municipal Building II and Perry Branch Library.

In addition, Gilbert will host a third in-person opportunity for residents to review the plan and share their feedback at an interactive community workshop on Thursday, October 24th from 5:30 to 7:30 PM at the South Area Service Center at 4760 South Greenfield Road. 
The General Plan will be critical in helping Gilbert reach its goal of becoming the City of the Future. Don’t miss your opportunity to help shape one of the roadmaps that will get us there.
Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, Oct. 23 at 6 PM