Curb address painting kits available for loan
Is your house number hard to read, unlit or obscured by landscaping? Add painted house numbers to your curb by borrowing a free curb address painting kit from the city.
"Do your part to help public safety and emergency personnel locate your home more easily," said Police Chief Alan Rodbell. "It takes very little time to ensure your street address is clearly visible to ambulance, fire and police teams."
The kit includes stencils, masking tape, brushes and instructions. The borrower provides the paint.
Get more information online or by calling 480-312-3111.
Registration deadline is Monday to vote in Aug. 26 primary election
Scottsdale residents must be registered by Monday, July 28, to be qualified to vote in the Tuesday, Aug. 26, primary election. Voters will elect three council members. Candidates must receive a majority of the legal votes cast to be elected outright at the primary. If not, the top two vote-getters for every open seat will advance to the Nov. 4 general election.
Will you help us rebuild the city of Scottsdale’s website?
With thousands of pages and millions of visits each year, the city’s website —ScottsdaleAZ.gov – serves as a critical information tool for you, our customers. To help you find what you’re looking for quicker and easier, and to take advantage of current technology, we will be overhauling the site. And we need your help!
Mighty McDowell: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Scottsdale’s Southern Core
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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.