Unfunded CIP Projects

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a list of projects the city needs to build, repair, expand or maintain to serve the community.

Unfunded Projects

The projects presented here are not currently funded. They are considered needs, but will not move forward unless funding sources are identified.

Discover Projects & Project Descriptions

Unfunded Projects Under Consideration

Unfunded projects presented during the April 15, 2019, City Council meeting are as follows, with dollar amounts based on current estimates for project costs. Project numbers are the same as those used during City Council discussions and subsequent public outreach.

Parks, Recreation and Senior Services - 14 Projects - $112.6M

CIP Project No. CIP Project Title Estimated Budget Running Total
2 Add Splash Pad and Improve Walkways at McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park 917,207 917,207
10 Replace Tennis Court Surface at Indian School Park and Scottsdale Tennis Center 3,497,104 4,414,311
13 Expand Granite Reef Senior Center to Meet Demand for Adult Day Care Center 2,972,175 7,386,486
21 Expand Via Linda Senior Center to Meet Demand for Senior Services 4,538,632 11,925,118
22 Build New Swimming Pools and Replace Building at Cactus Pool 31,229,600 43,154,718
24 Install High Efficiency Sports Lighting at 4 Facilities 1,224,304 44,379,022
25 Replace Aging Buildings that Comprise Paiute Community Center 11,174,242 55,553,264
30 Indian School Park Field 1 Lighting 696,072 56,249,336
41 Install Solar Heating System for Eldorado Pool 560,332 56,809,668
42 Add a Dog Park to Thompson Peak Park 4,637,357 61,447,025
53 Build Multi-Use Sport Fields in the area of Bell Road 40,000,000 101,447,025
55 Build a 17-Acre Neighborhood Park at Ashler Hills Drive and 74th Way (Whisper Rock) 6,097,659 107,544,684
60 Double the Solar Power Generating Capacity at Appaloosa Library 39,688 107,584,372
61 Purchase land, expand Pinnacle Peak Park parking lot, staff office and restrooms, renovate hiking trail and construct an interpretive trail 5,000,000 112,584,372
Total 112,600,000

Community Spaces and Infrastructure - 20 Projects - $112.3M

CIP Project No. CIP Project Title Estimated Budget Running Total
1 Replace Aging Infrastructure and Improve Public and Event Spaces on Civic Center Plaza 27,317,840 27,317,840
15 Build 200 Space Parking Lot off 75th Street to Serve the City Court and Scottsdale Stadium 1,530,709 28,848,549
18 Build Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements along 2nd Street from Drinkwater Blvd to Goldwater Blvd 1,845,427 30,693,976
19 Build Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements along Marshall Way North of Indian School Road 1,800,780 32,494,756
20 Build Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements along Main Street from Scottsdale Road to Brown Avenue 994,180 33,488,936
23 Repair Lakes and Irrigation at Vista del Camino Park in the Indian Bend Wash 23,512,804 57,001,740
32 Renovate and Modernize the Stage 2 Theater at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 1,200,000 58,201,740
43 Improve 5th Avenue from Scottsdale Road to Goldwater Boulevard 3,569,857 61,771,597
45 Renovate WestWorld Horse Barns to Increase Rentable Space 4,702,972 66,474,569
46 Replace the Public Address System at WestWorld 366,132 66,840,701
47 Replace WestWorld Arena Lights to Reduce Operating Costs 1,331,273 68,171,974
48 Widen 94th Street at WestWorld to Improve Access 1,469,153 69,641,127
50 Renovate Arena at WestWorld to Provide Flexible Event Space 960,298 70,601,425
51 Install Permanent Lighting at WestWorld Parking Lots to Reduce Operating Costs 1,438,293 72,039,718
52 Expand Restrooms in WestWorld North Hall 701,532 72,741,250
57 Install Solar Systems North Corporation Campus 4,810,300 77,551,550
58 Install Parasol Solar Shade Structure at City Hall Parking Lot 4,669,400 82,220,950
59 Install Solar Systems at Civic Center Campus 2,784,500 85,005,450
62 Build a Bridge on Thompson Peak Parkway Bridge over Reata Pass Wash to Improve Safety 6,300,000 91,305,450
63 Build Parking Structures in Old Town Scottsdale 20,962,800 112,268,250
Total 112,300,000

Public Safety and Technology - 24 Projects - $94.1M

CIP Project No. CIP Project Title Estimated Budget Running Total
4 Replace Outdated Emergency Response Equipment for Fire Department 2,057,000 2,057,000
5 Modernize Computer Equipment Rooms to Protect City Servers 691,600 2,748,600
6 Replace Emergency Power Source for Public Safety Radio Network 305,240 3,053,840
7 Replace Outdated 9-1-1 Computer Aided Dispatch and Records Management to Improve Efficiency 591,156 3,644,996
8 Replace Website Management Software 188,556 3,833,552
9 Install Fiber Optic Infrastructure to Reduce Operating Costs 11,385,555 15,219,107
11 Replace Document Management System to Improve Public Access to Information 674,000 15,893,107
12 Update Scottsdale's 15-year-old Digital Terrain Model 177,240 16,070,347
14 Replace Obsolete Planning and Permitting Software 2,964,000 19,034,347
16 Replace the City's Obsolete Training Software 342,000 19,376,347
17 Obtain a Citywide Data Management and Analytics Solution for Data-Based Decision Making 62,000 19,438,347
26 Replace Deteriorating Vehicle Training Track at the Police and Fire Training Facility 1,919,401 21,357,748
27 Modernize and Expand the Police and Fire Training Facility 4,227,262 25,585,010
28 Build a New Fire Station near Hayden Road and the Loop 101 to Improve Response Times 10,470,043 36,055,053
29 Replace Workstations at 911 Communications Dispatch Center to Accommodate New Technology 638,522 36,693,575
33 Renovate the Via Linda Police Station to Increase Efficiency 16,600,000 53,293,575
34 Build New Fire Station at 90th Street and Via Linda to Replace Aging Facility 5,914,028 59,207,603
35 Install Bullet Proof Glass in Reception Areas of Police Department Facilities 977,256 60,184,859
36 Provide Free Public WiFi at the Civic Center Plaza 57,200 60,242,059
37 Implement an Inventory and Asset Control System for City Technology 572,000 60,814,059
38 Build a new Fire Department Training Facility 18,258,520 79,072,579
39 Renovate the Foothills Police Station to Accommodate Current Staffing Levels 1,024,000 80,096,579
40 Renovate and Expand the Civic Center Jail and Downtown Police Facility to Meet Demand 13,102,518 93,199,097
44 Replacement of Fire Utility Truck to be used on fire ground activity and response to Hazardous Materials and Technical Rescue incidents 782,638 93,981,735
Total 94,100,000

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