$5 million approved to subsidize rent of eligible Scottsdale families

The 2019-20 annual agency plan for operation of the Housing Choice Voucher Program has been approved by Scottsdale officials, which financially [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Arts master services agreement takes form as new vision materializes

A new management services agreement coupled with an ordinance designed to regulate the relationship between Scottsdale Arts and the local [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Supporting proposed Scottsdale Stadium upgrades can benefit all

It’s nearing March and we have heard the cry, “pitchers and catchers reporting,” the alert that tells us spring training baseball is about to [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Scottsdale residents deserve a voice in planning the next bond package

I am a member of the City Council’s Capital Improvement Plan Subcommittee which is tasked with recommending the size and scope of the bond [...] Continue Reading →

‘Flex’ office space, multifamily residential project to sprout along McDowell Road

Initial steps to make way for a new mixed-use development on a 12.3-acre site, including “flex” office space and multifamily residential units in [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona contractor files suit against Scottsdale over construction dispute

Legal action between the city of Scottsdale and Arizona contractor, SDB Inc., is moving forward for alleged unfinished and unsafe work on the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Stadium renovations proposed to address more than baseball

Looking to expand its offerings to residents and visitors alike, Scottsdale Stadium is embarking upon improvements to its iconic landmark [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Following Scottsdale’s Prop. 420 victory, the battle is won but the war goes on

In the first film of the immensely popular Star Wars series a plucky band of rebels, although hopelessly outmatched, managed to score a series of [...] Continue Reading →

New Scottsdale ride-share regulations go into effect Dec. 13

Scottsdale City Council has passed an ordinance to address rules and regulations of independently operated bicycles, scooters and skateboards. [...] Continue Reading →

Unofficial election results: Prop. 420 passes with 70 percent of ballots cast

The unofficial Nov. 6 Maricopa County election results show that Scottsdale’s ballot question No. 1 and Prop. 420 both passed. In the Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →