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Scottsdale implements E-Qual for August council election
Scottsdale will go digital in its August primary election process with the city’s launch of E-Qual – a system provided by the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office that allows candidates for office to collect their signatures electronically.
The city is hosting a series of free vaccine events at community centers.
We’re offering the Pfizer vaccine (5 and older), and the Janssen and Moderna (both for 18 and older) vaccines.
Apply to serve on a city board, commission or committee
Scottsdale has several openings on various boards, commissions and committees. Residents wanting to institute positive change are invited to apply to serve.
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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

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