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2017 Digital State of the Town - Gilbert, AZ

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Download the 2017 State of the Town handout.

View Photos from the 2017 Digital State of the Town Premiere.

Hundreds of distinguished guests gathered at the Harkins movie theater in Gilbert, Arizona on Tuesday, January 24th, to watch Mayor Jenn Daniels premiere her first Digital State of the Town. The annual production, which was established in 2013, is a high-quality video presentation created by Gilbert’s digital communications team and is available now to watch online.

This year’s theme, “Choose Gilbert”, showcases why so many businesses, residents and visitors choose Gilbert. In addition, the community’s many accomplishments of 2016 are highlighted.

“Helping Gilbert grow has been such an adventure and now we’re looking forward to the next chapter,” says Mayor Jenn Daniels in the production.

The video not only highlights Mayor Daniels, the Gilbert Town Council and community and business leaders, but it also features a few famous faces, including American country music singer Dierks Bentley and 2016 Olympic medalist Alex Naddour.

“Representing Gilbert, as well as the United States; being born and raised here it means a lot,” said Naddour. “It’s a great place to be. If you’re not here, you should definitely move here. I love it.”

Watch the 2017 Digital State of the Town now! Share your "Choose Gilbert" story on social media using #ChooseGilbert.


About Gilbert's Digital State of the Town:

Gilbert hosted its first ever Digital State of the Town in 2013. This annual 20-minute documentary-style video production highlights the accomplishments of the Town of Gilbert during each year, highlight the Mayor, Council members, and many local business leaders. The annual videos are posted online for others to view, giving people who do not have the opportunity to attend the State of the Town events a chance to view the highlights of the past year and to share with others across the state and around the country. 

View past Digital State of the Town videos: