Scottsdale Fire Department launches community medicine effort

A new program developed by Scottsdale Fire Department aims to address medical emergencies before they happen. Community Medicine, abbreviated [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Fire Department approaches 10-year anniversary

  The Scottsdale Fire Department celebrates a decade of service July 1. But the relatively young age of the department does not reflect the [...] Continue Reading →

Rising prices force Scottsdale to return $855K meant for affordable housing

Rising home prices and stricter regulations on the use of federal grant funds are forcing the return of nearly $1 million originally meant to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council OKs building heights of 90 feet at Skysong

An ASU Foundation Grounds Lease amendment, which includes the Skysong Building Plan, has been approved by Scottsdale City Council for an [...] Continue Reading →

Paradise Valley brings FY 2015-16 budget issues in focus

Paradise Valley Town Council met in a study session April 9 to discuss fiscal year 2015-16 budget issues. Town Manager Kevin Burke outlined four [...] Continue Reading →
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Sensory Environment room opens at Scottsdale Adapted Recreation Services

Scottsdale’s Adapted Recreation Service center welcomed the community to its new multi-sensory environment room with an open house and formal [...] Continue Reading →

Short of new law, Scottsdale looks to support LGBT community

In the wake of state governments adopting religious-objection laws that some perceive to be discriminatory against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and [...] Continue Reading →

Florence Crittenton hosts Teaming Up for Girls Luncheon at Arizona Biltmore resort

The 13th annual Teaming Up for Girls Luncheon, benefiting Florence Crittenton, celebrated champions in the community March 6 at the Arizona [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale to consider $172M general obligation bond program

A potential general obligation bond program lists 34 projects valued at approximately $172 million for Scottsdale City Council members to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council decides to leave food tax unchanged

Residents of Scottsdale will continue to pay tax on food for home consumption. Scottsdale City Council at a Feb. 24 work session opted to not [...] Continue Reading →