Scottsdale Road damaged by water main break, 2 lanes closed

A large water main break has caused northbound Scottsdale Road near the CrackerJax park to be reduced to one lane, city officials say. The [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale approves pair of engineering services contracts

Scottsdale will have water and water reclamation treatment services after the City Council approved a pair of engineering on-call service [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale amends Carefree IGA as groundwater resources become paramount

Scottsdale City Council and Carefree Water Company have amended its agreement for treatment and transportation of Central Arizona Project water [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale prepares to increase water, wastewater development fees

The city of Scottsdale has approved various administrative measures to change water and wastewater development fees effective Sept. 1. Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Needless deaths continue to shape drowning-prevention conversations

The month of August marks the community efforts of the 19th annual Drowning Impact Awareness Month in the state of Arizona. Purple ribbons are [...] Continue Reading →

Local photographer utilizes pool water to create beautiful images

Scottsdale-based photographer, Jessica Harnisch, has combined two of her passions --- photography and scuba diving --- to create Blue Dune [...] Continue Reading →

State survey finds traces of lead in Scottsdale schools

Through an initial 438 samples of neighborhood schools and facilities within the city of Scottsdale, 14 fixtures were found to have what [...] Continue Reading →

City council approves funding for water, aviation improvements

Scottsdale City Council passed a tax bond issuance for water and aviation projects, on consent, at its April 4 meeting. The approval provides [...] Continue Reading →

City of Scottsdale launches 2017 water efficiency workshops

The city of Scottsdale will be offering workshops and tours to teach residents how to refresh and enhance the beauty of their landscape while [...] Continue Reading →