we must stop blasting on camelback mountain
Stop the 10,000 sq. ft. McMansion from scarring Camelback forever
The proposed house and driveway sit in a boulder field at an elevation of 1,800 feet. If constructed, the boulders, some the size of small cabins, will be dynamited, forever disfiguring and destroying this treasured landmark.
we must stop blasting on camelback mountain
Stop the 10,000 sq. ft. McMansion from scarring Camelback forever
The proposed house and driveway sit in a boulder field at an elevation of 1,800 feet. If constructed, the boulders, some the size of small cabins, will be dynamited, forever disfiguring and destroying this treasured landmark.
UNDERSTAND THE ISSUES
The highest undeveloped lot on Camelback Mountain is targeted for a gigantic home at an elevation of 1,800 feet at an unprecedented 53 percent slope.
Camelback’s History
Camelback’s History
Understand the History

Learn how Camelback has been targeted by unscrupulous developers from the 1940s through today.

The Threats
The Threats
Uncontrolled Development

Blasting, drainage and floods, a 600 ft. driveway, etc. Builders will destroy Camelback if they are left unchecked.

Civic Voices
Civic Voices
Speaking Out for the Mountain

In the past, many prominent civic leaders have raised their voices to save Camelback Mountain. Now the mountain is under siege again. We need your support today!

Sacred Site
Sacred Site
One With The Mountain

Camelback has been considered sacred by Native Americans for more than 500 years.

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In The News
Save Camelback Mountain is making headlines in news outlets throughout Arizona as the media recognizes the importance of our mission.
Paradise Valley takes first positive step toward Camelback home evaluation

Town Manager Kevin Burke and Town staff should be complimented for holding a meeting on Sept....

Paradise Valley committee takes first blush at Camelback Mountain home

A number of concerned neighbors attended a concept review meeting hosted by the Paradise Valley Board...

Proposed Camelback Mountain home continues to distress neighbors

Residents living around the proposed construction of a home at 5507 E. San Miguel in the...

the valley speaks
Valley residents say a resounding NO to out of control development on Camelback Mountain.
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the time to SAVE CAMELBACK is now
I support the long-term goal to purchase the remaining lots which are contiguous to the existing preserve and donate them to the Preservation Trust.

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