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Scottsdale mourns passing of Police Detective Ryan So
Detective So honorably served the city of Scottsdale and the Scottsdale Police Department for nine years, ending his watch as a dedicated member of the Special Assignments Unit.
Scottsdale reduces its budget and property taxes with a cautious eye toward the year ahead
Scottsdale’s Fiscal Year 2024/25 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Plan was adopted by the City Council Tuesday, June 4.
Scottsdale’s proposed Fiscal Year 2024/25 budget is released for review
The City Council will discuss the proposal at their April 16 meeting. Tentative budget adoption is scheduled May 14 and final budget adoption June 4.
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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.

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