Association for the Development Of a Better Environment
ADOBE was created in 1989 to oversee and implement the orderly growth of the Gold Canyon area. ADOBE gathers and disseminates information and data to the membership concerning any public, private, governmental, commercial, or developmental activities that may affect the character and/or environment of the community, and then serves as a conduit between these entities. The association may initiate, endorse, or oppose issues that may affect the community, and when appropriate, establish, appoint, or commission the formation of citizen action and/or study groups.
Upcoming Events & 2019 Meetings
March 21, 2019 – ADOBE Meeting. This meeting will feature a Special presentation of Footprints Matter to Us, a mediated panel discussion of stewardship and responsible recreation in the Sonoran Desert. The panel for these questions/answers and a discussion session will include top representatives from Tonto National Forest, Mesa District Office; AZ State Land Department, Trespass Investigator and OHV Manager; Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb; and
- That local citizens should be responsive to their own needs by allowing them to maintain local standards and controls, and that grass roots involvement best reflects established local values.
- Planned, quality development will enhance property values, lifestyle, and security.
- Property owners have the right to do with their land that which is in the law, in conjunction with local ordinances, and state and federal laws that preserve the health, safety and welfare of the public.
- Quality commercial development – which is essential to orderly growth and controlled and logical taxation – will ensure commercial developers are attracted to the community while keeping in compliance with established local standards of development.
The purpose of A.D.O.B.E. is to gather and disseminate to its membership information
pertaining to any public, private, government, commercial or developmental activities that
may affect the present or future character or environment of the community, and
to serve as a conduit between these entities and the membership
A page dedicated to:
thru our members eyes!
Arizona Game and Fish Department, Wildlife Manager III. Natural Restorations, the Arizona State Parks & Trails OHV Coordinator and Pinal County Open Space & Trails personnel also will attend. The session will include a short presentation by each of the participants, as well as extensive time for questions from the audience.
April, 2019 – ADOBE Annual Spring Picnic. The picnic will be held at the Gold Canyon Best Western Hotel. Date and time will be selected later in 2019.
Glenn A. Walp, President of ADOBE
ADOBE –“The Voice of Gold Canyon since 1989”