Scottsdale student wins trip to Iceland through National Geographic Competition

A Scottsdale student is on her way to Iceland with a National Geographic crew as the scholarship winner of the 2019 Nat Geo Mundo Explorer [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale declares “Extra Mile Day” on Nov 1 to encourage volunteerism

Mayors across the country, including Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, are encouraging individuals and organizations to volunteer their service on Nov. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale mayor’s Constitution Day Contest showcases American pride

Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane is again hosting a Constitution Day Contest to commemorate the Sept. 17, 1797, signing of the U. S. Constitution. [...] Continue Reading →

Lane: there’s a better way to govern the city of Scottsdale

In this day and age of public challenges to American representative governance and to the trustworthiness of elected public officials, we as duly [...] Continue Reading →

In pursuit of equal resident representation on Scottsdale City Council

Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane thinks equal representation on Scottsdale City Council is an issue worth exploring. A campaign initiative is getting [...] Continue Reading →

The rest of the country is recognizing Scottsdale for what we already knew

I frequently refer to Scottsdale as “The Greatest City in America.” It’s a belief I embrace. Though we have always had strong indications that [...] Continue Reading →