City Council approves Sienna Hills Phase 2 final plat to proceed

A new development will arrive in the area as the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the Sienna Hills Phase 2 final plat Tuesday, Jan. 8. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Stadium improvements commence following municipal blessing

Scottsdale City Council has authorized the use of up to $80,000 to construct decking in the left-field area at Scottsdale Stadium, in addition to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale approves one-year agreement for Off-Road Expo

The city of Scottsdale will enter into a one-year funding agreement for an amount not to exceed $75,000, making way for the Off-Road Expo in [...] Continue Reading →

New Year: Scottsdale City Council offers thoughts on the future

For many, the month of January marks a beginning point, a time to start anew — and that sentiment is no different for the elected leaders [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves $65K settlement to bicyclist hit on road

A bicyclist demanding payment from the city of Scottsdale several years after being hit by a motorist will be offered a $65,000 settlement. The [...] Continue Reading →

Energy management rebate to Scottsdale Water tops $1 million

At Jan. 9 City Council meeting, Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane and Scottsdale Water Executive Director Brian K. Biesemeyer accepted a rebate check for [...] Continue Reading →

Paper of Record: The stories that defined Scottsdale in 2018

In calendar year 2018 the Scottsdale Independent covered extensively the ins and outs of the community of Scottsdale — and succinctly [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale halts The Maverick Mural as access, color scheme draw concerns

A red, white and blue mural honoring the state of Arizona and late Sen. John McCain has been halted at the request of Scottsdale City Council [...] Continue Reading →

Close: Community input will shape Papago Plaza into a quality project

It has been a long time since the term “consensus building” could be used at Scottsdale City Hall. Technically, too long. After considering [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council makes way for Pima & Bronco neighborhood

The Scottsdale City Council has approved the rezoning of a 20-acre site for a 13-lot single family residential subdivision along Pima Road. On [...] Continue Reading →