It’s never been easier for residents and business owners to share feedback with the city of Scottsdale

In the city’s seven decades of incorporation, many of Scottsdale’s largest and most innovative projects, initiatives and programs were driven by the hopes and ideas of residents and business owners.  

Today, the city provides more opportunities than ever for community stakeholders to shape Scottsdale’s future by voicing their opinions about various local issues and projects. We currently want resident feedback on two important public projects. 

Parks & Recreation Master Plan: Your feedback in this online questionnaire will help ensure future parks and recreation priorities and goals are citizen-driven and meet the evolving demands of the community. The questionnaire is available in English and Spanish.  

Community Assistance Office: Provide your feedback to help the city prioritize federal funds to assist low-to-moderate income individuals and families in our community via Speak Up Scottsdale.    

Scottsdale’s award-winning public involvement initiatives are part the “Collaboration and Engagement” chapter of the voter-approved General Plan — but more than that, these initiatives are the continuation of Scottsdale’s legacy as a community strengthened and built by and for its residents.    

Here’s how to get involved

Speak Up Scottsdale: This online forum for community feedback allows open discussion among Scottsdale residents about various issues of concern. Signing up is free and easy, and the opinions shared on Speak Up Scottsdale help guide staff and city officials in developing plans and programs that best serve the needs of our community. 

Polco: The city of Scottsdale regularly seeks resident input via questionnaires, polls and online feedback forms. Our online platform - Polco - allows interested residents to share their thoughts on various topics and notified of future opportunities to be heard. More 6,000 Scottsdale residents are providing their input via our Polco community - join your neighbors and let us know what you think. 

Volunteer: Lend a hand, learn something new and build connections with your neighbors and those who serve your community. 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 throughout the year for citizens to volunteer and have a real-life impact on the place they call home. 

Scottsdale EZ: Spotted an issue around town with city facilities or services? Report it online 24/7 with Scottsdale EZ — an online service request system that sends your tips and questions directly to the department responsible for addressing them. Have your questions answered by city staff, schedule a block party, share concerns in your neighborhood and so much more with Scottsdale EZ. 

From the first-of-its-kind public art along the Loop 101 corridor to the revolutionary technology that created the Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt, major projects in every part of the city came to life because of feedback from people who cared enough to have their voices heard throughout the city’s history.  

The ideas our resident share today are just as important as they were in every era of Scottsdale’s past — only now, having an impact is just a few clicks away. Learn more. 

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