The Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board is committed to being a one-stop resource for tenant needs, which saves both time and money for potential tenants seeking space in existing buildings or future development in the Center.
Proven Leadership Similar to Any Municipality
The Ak-Chin Indian Community is governed by a five member Community Council which oversees the governmental operations and departments that service the Community of Ak-Chin. The Council consists of a Chairman, a Vice-Chairman, and three Council Members – all of whom are elected democratically by the full Community in November elections. All Council Members serve in 4 year terms with an 8-year term limit. Under their leadership, the Council provides direction and approves recommendations similarly to any municipality’s City Council. The Ak-Chin Community Council continues to prove its commitment to long-term growth and economic diversification in the Community and the surrounding region.
AK-CHIN INDUSTRIAL PARK BOARD OFFERS RESPONSIVE OVERSIGHT
The Ak-Chin Industrial Park Board was formally established by the Ak-Chin Community Council to develop, operate and manage the Community’s industrial properties. It is responsible for the marketing, development and management of Santa Cruz Commerce Center, the property surrounding the Ak-Chin Regional Airport, and an interstitial property known as the Bunger Property, which includes the Adobe Office Suites, acts as a tenant advocate both within and outside the Community to identify opportunities, streamline processes, and accelerate solutions to any issues that might arise.
With the input of many insightful Community leaders, talented staff members and professional consultants, the Community has made the Santa Cruz Commerce Center and its adjacent industrial properties an emerging commerce hub.
AK-CHIN COMMUNITY COUNCIL
Robert Miguel, Chairman
Gabriel L. Lopez, Vice Chair
Delia M. Carlyle
AK-CHIN INDUSTRIAL PARK BOARD
Charles L. Carlyle, Board Chair
Maria Hernandez, Vice Chair
Leonard S. Gold
Philip J. Entz, UrbanTech Ltd.
Robin Reynolds, NICE Creative
New Hydroponics Operation to Grow its Business at Ak-Chin/in News & Updates /by robin
On July 19, Ibarra Family Farms broke ground on its first U.S. hydroponic operation at Santa Cruz Commerce Center, the Ak-Chin Indian Community’s industrial park. The wholesale operation will produce leafy greens for farmers markets, supermarkets and local restaurants. Phase1 will consist solely of the installation of a 16,128 SF pre-engineered/pre-fabricated greenhouse manufactured by Cravo […]