City of Scottsdale News

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE: Love Scottsdale? You’re invited to become an Old Town Ambassador

Who are those helpful, red-shirted people in Scottsdale? You may have seen them walking around or riding the trolley. Most notably, you may have spotted them talking to people at one of two carts located in Old Town. They are Scottsdale Ambassadors.

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE: City Council approves nearly $2 million for social service needs for the Fiscal Year 2018/19

City of Scottsdale issued the following announcement on.The Scottsdale City Council recently approved close to $2 million to fund nonprofit agencies that provide programs and services to assist thousands of residents at risk and in need.

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE: Public invited to learn about Scottsdale Bike Station Study

The City of Scottsdale received funding from the Maricopa Association of Governments to conduct a Bicycle Station Study to evaluate and recommend locations and amenities for bicycle parking options south of Indian Bend Road.

Scottsdale won't need to hold Aug. 28 primary for City Council election

Because only six candidates have officially tossed their hats into the bid for three Scottsdale City Council seats, there will be no Aug. 28 primary.

Report issues to city officials with the Scottsdale EZ app

This single, mobile-optimized system that helps local residents report issues quickly, and provides consolidated tracking and reporting system.

Scottsdale hosts 'I Love the Arts' video contest for high schoolers

The City of Scottsdale is hosting an "I Love the Arts" video contest for area high school students with a $500 cash prize and the chance to give the city's future leaders an opportunity to show the importance of the arts in the community.

Scottsdale updates Planning and Development Services website

Scottsdale has revised its Planning and Development Services website to provide clearer information on permits, approvals and other related information for commercial developments and home improvement projects.

Scottsdale mayor to hold State of the City address

Scottsdale Mayor W.J. "Jim" Lane will hold the State of the City address on Jan. 31, followed by a reception and luncheon which will help raise funds for the city's Operation Fix It program.

Scottsdale honors 36 for their commitment to community

Thirty-six Scottsdale employees were recently honored for their commitment to helping the community including mentoring at-risk youth, helping to combat opioid overdoses, and going above and beyond job duties to help others.

Scottsdale signs emergency services contract with Maricopa Ambulance

The City of Scottsdale and the Scottsdale Fire Department have entered into a transportation contract with Maricopa Ambulance, a move the city says will ensure effective and efficient emergency medical care and services will continue in the area.

Scottsdale recognized with national honor for economic standing

Having received exemplary ratings on its economy from its residents, the city of Scottsdale has been named winner of the 2017 Voice of The People Award.

Ducey recognizes law enforcement records personnel

In response to a request from the Scottsdale Police Records Supervisors and the Arizona Law Enforcement Records Managers Association, Gov. Doug Ducey recently proclaimed a “Law Enforcement Records Personnel Appreciation Day.”

Breakfast to raise money for Scottsdale museum repairs

The Scottsdale City Council and the Scottsdale Firefighters Association will be hosting an old-fashioned pancake breakfast to raise money to repair flood damage to the Scottsdale Little Red School Historical Museum.

Scottsdale Fire Department launches holiday toy drive

The Scottsdale Fire Department recently kicked off its annual toy drive, which helps to give holiday gifts to over 1,000 families in need each year.

Little Red School House Historical Museum seeks donations for flood damage repair

Donations are being collected to help repair flood damage to Scottsdale's Little Red School House Historical Museum.

Scottsdale launches city flag contest

Scottsdale is seeking submissions for its flag-design competition, which runs through Oct. 27.

Scottsdale Railroad Museum's new exhibit coincides with Railfair

The Scottsdale Railroad Museum will debut its new exhibit this week as it celebrates the city’s annual Railfair, which highlights vintage railroad displays and equipment.

Scottsdale to offer free green building lecture series

The city of Scottsdale will kick off a free lecture series on green building next month that will feature leaders in the areas of energy efficiency and green building.

Scottsdale opens new data portal for residents

The city of Scottsdale now has a new open data portal for residents that offers public access to over 30 of the city’s datasets.

Scottsdale to upgrade several fire station facilities

With financing approved by voters in 2015, three new fire stations will be built and one will be refurbished in Scottsdale within the next two years.

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