If you are considering moving into the Canyon Ridge Apartments, my recommendation is DONT!!!!! Although the complex has some positives, there are way more negatives. We lived here just shy of 30 months and it was a horrible experience. The units are large and spacious with central air and lots of storage space but that's it. Unless you enjoy roach infestations, occasional vandalism, drug addicts and loud noise, you'll be sorry. Our four unit building had 9 different neighbors during our time here. Some stayed long term, the majority moved in and were evicted within 90 days. The worst part however were the roaches. If you left dishes out at night, by morning you'd be swarming. Even found them swimming in my coffee pot. After we moved, we discovered our coffee pot had become a nest and we had to throw it away. They crawl on rags and through towels. Use that towel inadvertently and they crawl on you. Once woke up in the middle of the night with roaches crawling on us. Nothing worked on them. Not even regular pest control provided by the complex. The vandalism is atrocious. My wife had the tire stolen off her car in the middle of the night. Her car was literally left on bricks. Next would be the odors. When any of the neighbors are using drugs, the odor seeps into the apartment through the shared ducting. My daughters room smelled like dog pee during the summer. Furthermore, the carpets are destroyed. You'll likely stab your feet on carpet tacks sticking through. Even witnessed maintenance replace the padding under the carpet and reinstall the worn out carpet in the unit next to us. The pool is dirty and freezing with rude children swinging ropes and hitting people in the face. The playground had used drug syringes and broken glass in the sand. We once found a baby alone in soiled diapers. Luckily CYFD came for him. Security if that's what they are was called regularly and police presence isn't uncommon. Some of the tenants are rude. Others are just trying to survive. I feel sorry for them being stuck in this situation. It was just an absolutely awful experience. It's certainly not worth 700 dollars a month. It's barely worth the subsidized rates we were charged. The only reason we stayed as long as we did is because I was a student and my wife stayed home with the baby. It's all we could afford. As soon as I finished my bachelors degree and landed a quality job, we packed up and left. My recommendation is to do your homework and consider your options before deciding on this place. If necessity demand you live here, stay long enough to get back on your feet and get out. I wish you luck.