Environment

Beautification project launched in Scottsdale

Posted 4/25/22

As a testament to its 60-year legacy of giving, Scottsdale Fashion Square teamed up April 21 with the Scottsdale Police Department to clean up trash and debris in Old Town.

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Environment

Beautification project launched in Scottsdale

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As a testament to its 60-year legacy of giving, Scottsdale Fashion Square teamed up April 21 with the Scottsdale Police Department to clean up trash and debris in Old Town.

The event was launched to beautify the local neighborhood in observance of Earth Day.

Scottsdale Fashion Square and Scottsdale Police Department invited friends and neighbors to meet up at the corner of 6th Avenue and Stetson Drive to roll up their sleeves and get involved in helping keep Scottsdale beautiful.

The inaugural clean up was such a success that it is now scheduled to take place annually.

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