Neighborhood College classes continue in October
Registration is available for Scottsdale’s Neighborhood College, a series of free classes where residents can receive the information, resources and tools needed to become more informed about a variety of topics.
Here’s the schedule:
- Oct. 6 – Even You Need an Estate Plan
- Oct. 9 – Legislative Updates and Dealing with Difficult People and Harassment
- Oct. 15 – The ABCs of CC&R Enforcement
- Oct. 16 – Estate Planning 202
- Oct. 20 – The City, Your Neighborhood and You
- Oct. 21 – Top 10 Things you Need to Know about Community Associations and Trustee Sales & Bankruptcy
- Oct. 28 – Social Security
Classes are from 1 to 3 p.m. or 6 to 8 p.m. and take place at several city locations.
Registration is required.
Scottsdale Environmental Design Awards showcase excellence
Thanks to its innovative design, the Bicycle Haus captured a Scottsdale Environmental Design Award. The biennial awards program recognizes the best in Scottsdale design and architecture – aesthetically expressive, sustainable work appropriate to the upper Sonoran Desert and Scottsdale’s unique environment.
City seeking ideas and input for the McDowell Corridor
Revitalizing Scottsdale’s McDowell Corridor remains a top priority for the city council, and city staff are heading into the community to hear ideas and feedback from the people who live there.
Registration is open for fall landscape workshops and garden tours
Learn ways to enhance the beauty of your home while saving water and money this winter by attending a Scottsdale Water Conservation Fall Landscape Workshop or Scottsdale Xeriscape Garden Tour. Classes and tours are free and open to all Scottsdale residents.
Public Notice Notice of Proposed New or Increased City Fees or Taxes:
The Scottsdale City Council will hold upcoming public meetings to consider new or increased city fees or taxes.
Listing of lost, unclaimed or found property in possession of the Scottsdale Police Department.
Click on link above to access list.