Scottsdale City Court strives to be accountable to the community by regularly publishing reports and other materials of interest to litigants and the general public. The Court's Executive Summaries highlight court operations. Yearly special reports review topics of interest such as Customer Services, Photo Enforcement and the Importance of Courts. Also published are the Court's Limited English Proficiency Plan (LEP) in English and Spanish and a brochure on domestic violence safety plans. All materials listed below are in PDF format.
- Annual Reports and Executive Summaries
- Court Annual Report - [1615KB]Fiscal Year 2015-2016
- Court Annual Report - [2406KB]Fiscal Year 2014/2015
- Court Annual Report - [2868KB]Fiscal Year 2013/2014
- Court Annual Report - [992KB]Fiscal Year 2012/2013
- Court Annual Report - [2112KB]Fiscal Year 2011/2012
- Annual Executive Summary - [424KB]Fiscal Year 2011/2012
- Annual Executive Summary - [155KB]Fiscal Year 2010/2011
- Annual Executive Summary - [773KB]Fiscal Year 2009/2010
- Annual Executive Summary - [353KB]Fiscal Year 2008/2009
- Annual Executive Summary - [208KB]Fiscal Year 2007/2008
- Other Publications
- Special Reports
- MVD Self-Service Kiosk - [232KB]
- Case Flow Management Information - [847KB]
- DUI Case Management in the Scottsdale City Court - [589KB]
- Court Customer Service Report - FY 08_09 - [869KB]customer service executive summary/report
- Home Detention and Electronic Monitoring Statistical Report - [962KB]Fiscal Year 2011/2012
- Scottsdale City Court 10 Year Retrospective Report - [926KB]
- Home Detention and Electronic Monitoring Statistical Report - [796KB]October 2010 - June 2011
- The Importance of Courts in Our Society - [218KB]
- Photo Enforcement - Loop 101 Final Report - [406KB]Loop 101 program accomplishments, filings by month and year, program activity, revenues and costs by program. Perspectives and insights. 12 steps a court can take to prepare. Photo Enforcement vs Photo Radar. Noteworthy statistics and conclusions.
- Strategic Plans
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