Get Involved

The city's public participation team is committed to continuing and improving ways the public can learn about and engage in decisions that impact life in Scottsdale. Take some time and participate in your community - the feedback provided is used to create better projects and programs for our world-class community.

Current Opportunities


Engage

Polco

The city of Scottsdale regularly seeks resident input via surveys, polls and online feedback. Our online survey platform - Polco - allows you to “opt-in” to future opportunities.

Nearly 3,000 Scottsdale are providing their input via our Polco community - join your neighbors and let us know what you think.

See Available Surveys


Hello Scottsdale

We are connecting with people via text to answer questions, and ask a few, too. Participation, right in the palm of your hand!

When you see “Hello Scottsdale” signs around the city, take a moment to ask some questions, or answer some we may post. We look forward to chatting with you.


Speak Up, Scottsdale

This online community is a place where Scottsdale residents can discuss city issues, programs, services, and projects. If you like feeling connected to your community and to your neighbors and are ready to engage in fun and meaningful discussions about Scottsdale, we would love to have you.

Speak Up Scottsdale is being developed and will launch soon. Sign up if you'd like to be notified when it's ready, drop us a line.


Volunteer Opportunities

Citizen volunteers play a critical role in supporting the city's mission to provide "Simply better service for a world-class community." There are a variety of opportunities available for citizens to volunteer.

See All Volunteer Opportunities

Communications

Public Notice

View All Public Notices

Newsletters:

Scottsdale Update:
A weekly newsletter from the City of Scottsdale focused on news, events and public involvement opportunities.
P & Z Link:
Scottsdale's Planning and Zoning division produces this email bulletin to keep residents and merchants informed about upcoming projects that may affect their neighborhoods
Neighborhood College:
The Neighborhood College newsletter provides residents, neighborhood groups and homeowners associations with the information, resources and tools needed to become effective neighborhood leaders.

Sign Up for City Newsletters

Planning & Construction Projects

Active Planning Cases Map

The Active Cases and Permits Interactive Map is a tool that allows users to see projects awaiting public hearings, as well as projects that have been approved and are under construction. Projects are easily identified on the interactive map and users can conveniently access the case information sheet related to a specific project.


Captial Improvement Projects

The city of Scottsdale is responsible for the design and construction of numerous water, wastewater, streets, drainage and facilities projects each year.

View maps, list of construction projects, bond information and more.