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The Scottsdale City Council approved on consent an amendment to a financial participation agreement with Scottsdale Arts, modifying the payment schedule established through the agreement. more
Scottsdale is attracting nearly 11 million visitors from around the world on an annual basis, a new report commissioned by city officials shows, generating over $3.1 billion in total economic … more
The Scottsdale City Council approved on consent a maximum of $37,500 toward retaining and developing the International Off-Road and UTV event. The agreement, which council approved at its Nov. 12 … more
City officials are starting the municipal process for a General Plan election update in November 2021, which will mark nearly 20 years since an encompassing plan for Scottsdale has been approved by … more
Scottsdale will make several budget adjustments to align its capital improvement plan budget to the Arterial Life Cycle Program budget. more
McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park will soon be getting a new and larger restroom for local families and park-goers to utilize. The Scottsdale City Council approved a construction bid award for the … more
Scottsdale residents will see several major traffic restrictions over the next week involving Arizona Loop 101 as well as Scottsdale and Hayden roads. more
PHOENIX — Calling the law a mistake, two House Democrats are leading the charge to repeal a 2016 measure that stripped cities and towns of their ability to regulate short-term and vacation rentals. more
Final replats within a 350-acre site at the Sereno Canyon Community development to establish 27 resort units have been approved by Scottsdale City Council. On Nov. 12, the City Council approved … more
Scottsdale Leadership has announced its 2019 Spirit of Community Leadership Awards recipients. The recipients are Jim Ford, awarded the Frank W. Hodges Alumni Achievement Award; and Bill Walton, … more
A request for a medical marijuana facility in Old Town Scottsdale has officially been withdrawn by the applicant, following a frenzied couple of weeks that has resulted in legal pressure --- and now … more
The Arizona Department of Transportation continues its project to widen and improve Arizona Loop 101 from Interstate 17 to Pima Road in Scottsdale. more
Short-term rentals are the topic of the season as opinions on both sides of the issue are abound. Five local experts, ranging from a Realtor to a police chief, Wednesday, Nov. 6 provided insight … more
Keep Scottsdale Beautiful is presenting Purge-A-Palooza, Saturday, Nov. 16 --- a clean-out event aimed at ridding homes and businesses of what can be reused or recycled responsibly. The … more
Scottsdale Police Department detectives have identified and charged 47-year-old Rick Sagaser for his involvement in multiple Oct. 8 “swastika” graffiti incidents. In October, … more
Scottsdale officials are rejoicing following the unofficial results of the special, all-mail Nov. 5 election, where local voters were asked to approve four million-dollar ballot measures. Also, … more
Unofficial results by the Maricopa County Records Office show all three of the Scottsdale bond questions have been approved by voters, as well as the Scottsdale Unified School District maintenance … more
On Nov. 1, U.S. Senator Martha McSally alongside U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), the Chairman of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, held a Senate hearing on the impact of Alzheimer’s at … more
The Arizona Registrar of Contractors has added Leo Andrew Wieck, 44 of Scottsdale, to the AZ ROC’s Most Wanted Unlicensed Entities List after a second felony warrant was issued for his … more
As part of a citywide review, Scottsdale Aviation staff has conducted a market analysis of its rates and fees and discovered that some categories are below market average. more
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