Maricopa Association of Governments’ report reveals rising homelessness

The 2018 annual homeless Point-in-Time Count tells a story of an increase in the overall number of people experiencing homelessness in the [...] Continue Reading →

City of Scottsdale pays its dues for national, regional advocacy

The city of Scottsdale is a member of both the National League of Cities and the Maricopa Association of Governments, but those associations [...] Continue Reading →

Technology forges the road for Scottsdale traffic as population growth appears imminent

Behind the hustle and bustle of Scottsdale’s 311 traffic signals are fewer than 20 people making sure drivers see those green, yellow and red [...] Continue Reading →

Count: more homeless on streets, but overall numbers down

The annual Point-in-Time count of homeless tells two stories in 2017: a slight reduction in the overall number of people experiencing [...] Continue Reading →

Mayor Lane promotes ‘Don’t Trash Arizona’ by working drive-thru shift

If a trip through the drive-thru window of Whataburger is on your plate this Friday, expect to get a side of trash talk with your order. For the [...] Continue Reading →

Valley Metro receives 2016 Regional Partnership Award

On June 22, Valley Metro and its member partners were honored at the Maricopa Association of Governments Desert Peaks Awards ceremony receiving [...] Continue Reading →

Desert Peaks Awards to honor Scottsdale Fire program

The Scottsdale Fire Department Mobile Integrated Health Care Program is to be honored at the biannual Desert Peaks Awards for its public-private [...] Continue Reading →