Gilbert economy grew in 2020 despite pandemic

By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun News

Gilbert’s economy weathered the COVID-19 pandemic quite well the past year and even grew, according to town officials.

Town Manager Patrick Banger and Mayor Brigette Peterson recently spoke at the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce’s Good Government Buzz Session, which drew about 75 people for the virtual discussion.

“I’m pleased to say, all in all, the community is performing very well,” Banger said.

He pointed to new businesses that opened last year in the downtown Heritage District such as The Porch, Sotol Modern Cocktail Kitchen and The Collab building, featuring three levels of offices and one level of retail.

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