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Scottsdale primary election: Candidate lineup and deadlines
With the candidate field set for Scottsdale’s July 30 primary election, voters should take note of important deadlines coming soon.
Sales tax, spending limitation items head to November ballot
The City Council has referred two items to the November ballot for Scottsdale voters to consider - a city proposal to replace and reduce an expiring sales tax, and an increase to the city's state-imposed spending limitation.
Improvements underway at Scottsdale’s McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park
Scottsdale is making several upgrades to its Railroad Park, which will add features to make it more popular during the hot summer months, including an indoor train-themed play structure and splash pad.
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Minimum Permits

Minimum Permits are required for most single-family residential electrical, mechanical and plumbing work (excludes gas piping). These types of improvements are classified as "minimum" permits and can be obtained online with a credit card. The inspection process is used to ensure a correct installation per the building codes.

Some common examples are:

  • Replace gas water heater
  • Replace pool pump
  • Plumbing for a water softener
  • Replace electric/gas water heater
  • Relocate panel box
  • Sewer line repair
  • Repair broken water lines
  • Electrical re-wire
  • Replace main breaker
  • Air conditioner change out

Scottsdale EZ

Whether it's a broken streetlight, a fresh pothole or a missing trash can, a new online service is making it easier for residents to report problems with city facilities or services.

Scottsdale EZ is a single, mobile-optimized system that lets you quickly report issues and provides the city with a consolidated tracking and reporting system.

Start Using Scottsdale EZ

Screenshot of ScottsadleEZ Application