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Pinnacle Peak Park hikersAs weather heats up, obey hiking and hydration rules

Play it safe when hiking.

Take a buddy. Hydrate the day before you go. Bring plenty of water and your cellphone. Tell friends and family where you’re heading and when you plan on returning.

If you are thinking of bringing your dog with you, remember that it, too, can suffer from heat stress.

 Learn heat stress signs and how to avoid it.

City News

Learn how “cool” roofs reduce energy use, air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions
Learn how “cool” roofs reduce energy use, air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions Cool roofing is one of the hottest topics in the building and construction market. Learn what a cool roof is and about the many types of cool roofs available.
City volunteers provide nearly 200,000 hours and $5 million value to Scottsdale
City volunteers provide nearly 200,000 hours and $5 million value to Scottsdale Volunteers contribute millions of dollars annually to Scottsdale’s bottom line – but their value to residents and the community goes far beyond money.
Learn Scottsdale parks survey results, offer input for master plan
Learn Scottsdale parks survey results, offer input for master plan The city is updating the Community Services Master Plan, which lays the foundation for Scottsdale parks, libraries and social services in the future. The public is encouraged to attend community presentations to discuss the draft master plan.
Public Notice
Public Notice Notice of Proposed New or Increased City Fees: Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes §9-499.15, that the Scottsdale City Council will hold a public meeting in the Scottsdale City Hall, 3939 Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale, at 5 p.m. May 12, 2015 for the purpose of considering new or increased city fees.

Listing of lost, unclaimed or found property in possession of the Scottsdale Police Department. Click on link above to access list.