The Community Manager and Grayhawk Board of Directors have been discussing ongoing improvements and maintenance of the Grayhawk Community. This has included re-painting walls and exterior features, and planting local species of plants.
This month, they will continue to plan ways to continue to keep Grayhawk as a “relevant and viable community in which to live.” -Michael Fee, Grayhawk Community Manager.
More from Michael Fee in the Grayhawk Flight August issue: “An established community like Grayhawk has many advantages over new developments including name recognition within the area, and existing community amenities including the Grayhawk Elementary School, El Dorado Private School, Scottsdale Healthcare Thompson Peak Hospital, two City of Scottsdale parks, two nationally recognized 18-hole championship golf courses, the Boys and Girls Club Thunderbirds branch, two office complexes, and two shopping centers.“
Read more about what Micheal Lee has to say, and other articles of interest in the August 2013 issue of the Grayhawk Flight.