Program Overview

Operation Fix It (OFI) works in the community with dedicated volunteers and city staff to assist qualified Scottsdale homeowners. The program helps qualified applicants with code enforcement referrals and issues related to health and safety on the property. Common types of assistance we provide to qualifying applicants include:

  • Code Enforcement & Human Services (health & safety) referrals
  • Front Facade upkeep
  • Front yard weed mitigation
  • Exterior painting
  • Tool Lending program

This program is not funded by the city and operates on donations both financial and in-kind and, the support of our incredible volunteers who contribute their precious time, sweat and dedication to our mission which is:

Driven by a need that promotes meaningful sustainability for our residents, Operation Fix It provides an innovative approach to replenish and renew those residential properties that may have fallen on challenging times. As “neighbors helping neighbors”, our like-minded sponsors and supportive volunteers work together to provide this meaningful community service.

Past Projects

yard with overgrown weeds
overgrown grass between a sidewalk and homeowners wall
backyard full of debris
Debris and clutter next to an empty pool

Butterfly Garden Added to Rotary Park

In November 2021, the Neighborhood Advisory Commission, Operation Fix It, Scottsdale Parks and Recreation Department, and employees of private sector company, Republic Services, contributed an overall investment of approximately $21,000 to improve this neighborhood park.

Get Help

There is an application process to ensure that an applicant meets the income and program guidelines. Download and complete the application and then contact OFI staff. Staff can be reached by phone at 480-312-8703 or by email at [email protected]. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.

Give Help

Become a Volunteer

If you are interested in working directly with OFI staff in the community to assist clients in Scottsdale maybe you would like to become a City volunteer? It is a fairly quick and easy process that begins with the volunteer application. Once you have completed the application you can send it to the City's Volunteer coordinator at: [email protected] The volunteer coordinator will then assist you in a few additional steps required to become a city volunteer and then contact the OFI program.

Any questions or concerns about this process you can call us at 480-312-8703.

Download the Volunteer Application

Thank you to our Sponsors!

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