The community of Grayhawk is a collection of single-family homes and townhomes/condos in North Scottsdale just west of Pima Rd and the McDowell Mountains. The community offers views of Pinnacle Peak and the McDowell Mountains, as well as convenient amenities. The Grayhawk Flight is a monthly community publication highlighting neighborhoods events, like the couple listed below:
Food Truck Night – East Coast Joes Lobster
Wednesday, April 19th from 4-7pm
Grayhawk Greenbelt at 78th Place
Hey lobster lovers- leave the cooking to the professionals and pick up dinner for the whole family from East Coast Joes. Walk, bike, or drive down to the greenbelt to pick up some fresh Maine-style lobster rolls, garlic shrimp fries, and hushpuppies! We didn’t forget about dessert, they also have various kinds of house-made Tiramisu. Feel free to bring chairs or a blanket to enjoy your goodies under shade trees in the greenbelt or while walking the path with family and friends.
Earth Day Adopt-a-Road Clean up
Saturday, April 22nd from 8-10am
Meet at the GCA Office
Calling all volunteers! In an effort to keep our community beautiful, we are looking for volunteers to help us on this Earth Day. The City of Scottsdale will provide all volunteers with gloves, trash bags, safety vests, and cold water bottles. We will not be in the road so all litter pick-up will be on the property beyond the curb. We will meet in the GCA office at 8am, go over some quick instructions, and then will start walking the trails along Hayden Road north of Thompson Peak Parkway. The walk will be approximately 1 mile in each direction, a little over two miles in total after both sides of the road are cleaned. All volunteers 17 years of age and under must come with a guardian. This is a great way to complete community service hours for school.
Read about more Grayhawk neighborhood events and meet the new Grayhawk board members in the April 2023 issue of the Grayhawk Flight. When you are ready to talk about Grayhawk real estate, give me a call! 480-500-1738