Automated kiosks approved to operate in Scottsdale

Automated instant-cash kiosks designed to recycle electronics and reduce theft-related crimes will begin to operate in Scottsdale, after City [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approvals make way for 2 Scottsdale healthcare centers

Two new residential healthcare centers will soon start development in Scottsdale following municipal approval this summer. On Aug. 28 Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approves construction of Scottsdale Fire Station 616

Scottsdale City Council has approved a measure allowing for the construction of Fire Station No. 616 at 10905 E. Loving Tree Lane. During an Aug. [...] Continue Reading →

Asphalt laid atop Crossroads East site in violation of Clean Water Act

Two agreements were reached between the United States Corps of Engineering and the city of Scottsdale in early July, for alleged violations of [...] Continue Reading →

Exemption allows Scottsdale Fire Station 616 to exceed height limits

A request for a hardship exemption from the current environmental sensitive lands overlay at a future Scottsdale Fire Station has been approved [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale taps Streetline to solve Old Town parking paradigm

An $81,000 mobile application to be used by motorists and city officials alike will give Scottsdale a 21st Century approach to addressing its [...] Continue Reading →

The Outpost receives CUP approval for north Scottsdale gas station

Scottsdale City Council approved a conditional use permit for a new gas station on the Outpost site near Troon North in north Scottsdale. The [...] Continue Reading →

City staff narrow new flag designs to 10, seeks public input

Several months after an open call for design ideas, 10 finalists are in the running to be Scottsdale’s new official flag and the city is asking [...] Continue Reading →

Development of guidelines for understanding stormwater flows under way

Scottsdale has accepted a $44,000 grant from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality to develop the first steps of a regional alternative [...] Continue Reading →

City council studies recommended Scottsdale 2.0 findings

The end of a four-year tourism strategic plan is near, and ultimately, some residential and commercial growth will be needed to carry [...] Continue Reading →