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Capital Improvement Projects

The City of Scottsdale is responsible for the design and construction of numerous water, wastewater, streets, drainage and facilities projects each year. Take a look at a list of active and upcoming City Construction Projects to learn more about what improvements are currently underway in Scottsdale.

Projects In the news

Hayden and Thunderbird Waterlines

Raintree Drive Extension Project
Arizona Canal Multiuse Path Improvements
Mustang Transit Center
Parks and Recreation
Indian School Park Lake Rehabilitation

Desert Foothills Scenic Drive
Chaparral Road Improvements

Bond Projects Under Consideration

Scottsdale voters will head to the polls in November 3 to consider a variety of bond-funded civic improvements totaling nearly $100 million.

The list of proposed projects and bond questions were created by the City Council using input gathered during 2013 public hearings conducted by a Citizens Bond Task Force and from recent staff recommendations. Review the projects included in the bond election.       

Bonds are a type of property tax used by cities to finance major capital projects. They work similar to a home mortgage, through which a large purchase is financed over time. The financial impact of the bond election will vary from resident to resident based on property values. The average value of a home in Scottsdale is $371,000 and the tax impact of a successful 2015 bond election would be $38.24 annually or $3.20 per month.           

Traffic Impacts

Find out what projects are currently impacting Scottsdale's roadways. The Traffic Restrictions Report is a partial list of road construction projects and traffic restrictions currently taking place in Scottsdale.       

Public Involvement

The City regularly seeks public input during the planning and design phases of all capital projects. Visit the City Calendar and see what meetings are coming up soon. 

locate projects by area

To find out what is happening in your neighborhood, use the City's My Neighborhood mapping tool to find upcoming capital projects near you.