Scottsdale City Council election outcome spurs new perspective of priorities

Local voters Tuesday, Nov. 6 elected three people from a field of five to represent their interests at Scottsdale City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater [...] Continue Reading →

Whitehead: I’m humbled, honored to serve at City Hall

For two years, I have been focused on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. Long before I was a candidate. I was focused on keeping a preserve — our [...] Continue Reading →

City funding aids Scottsdale Dia de Los Muertos event

Scottsdale’s Dia de Los Muertos event, Nov. 2-4, is set to attract about 10,000 attendees with the help of a $65,000 allowance through the city [...] Continue Reading →

Calling all firefighters: Scottsdale receives grant dollars to hire 6 new employees

The Scottsdale Fire Department will be expanding its full-time employee pool by six firefighter positions, after receiving a grant to fund their [...] Continue Reading →

Emergency bridge repair funds to be pulled from other Scottsdale projects, city officials say

It will take a combined $13.22 million to make emergency repairs to the Drinkwater and 68th Street bridges, leading the Scottsdale City Council [...] Continue Reading →

City Council lays framework for 6-story, 75-foot Old Town Scottsdale hotel development

Scottsdale City Council has approved a zoning district map amendment and three resolutions to begin the municipal process that will ultimately [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale, fire department accept grant for new ATV to use in preserve

A new all-terrain vehicle will join the fire department’s fleet after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the acceptance of a grant [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approves new cell tower in Old Town Scottsdale

A new cell tower will make its way to the corner of Buckbone Trail and Indian School Road after the Scottsdale City Council approved a new [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates share platforms at Independent forum

Scottsdale City Council candidates, local media and residents descended on City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd., Monday, Oct. 1 for a city council [...] Continue Reading →

Phillips: my perspective on two Scottsdale ballot propositions

As the Scottsdale city election draws near, I would like to present you with my opinion about the two ballot measures in Scottsdale. Both are [...] Continue Reading →