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Future meetings: September 19 | October 10 & 24 | November 13 & 20 | December 4 & 5
Paiute Neighborhood Center: Upcoming Projects Community Outreach
The City of Scottsdale is in the early planning stages for two different projects at Paiute Neighborhood Center. The first project has a budget of $11.2 million and will replace aging structures that comprise office space where staff serves the community with a new 22,700 square foot building. This project was approved and funded as part of the 2019 Bond Election. The second project would add 28 affordable housing units to the Paiute Campus. This project currently has no stated budget and would be funded by Maricopa County and City of Scottsdale. Two public information sessions are scheduled for Wednesday, September 6. Both sessions will cover the same information:
9:00AM at the Paiute Neighborhood Center, Building 9, 6535 E Osborn Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
5:30PM at the Civic Center Library Auditorium, 3839 N Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
To learn more or to submit a public comment, see here.
Scottsdale Speaks current questionnaires (sign up here):
Diversity and Inclusion, complete by September 15
REPUBLICANS NEEDED: APPLICATION DEADLINE IN OCTOBER!
Scottsdale City Council Citizen Advisory Boards and Commissions. The Scottsdale City Council needs strong advocates for Republican principles, and 11 Boards/Commissions have openings:
- Airport Advisory Commission, 2
- Building Advisory Board of Appeals, 1
- Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee, 3
- Human Relations Commission, 1
- Library Board, 1
- Loss Trust Fund Board, 1
- Neighborhood Advisory Commission, 2
- Paths and Trails Subcommittee, 1
- Planning Commission, 3
- Transportation Commission, 1
The online application is simple, and the current list of applicants is here. Future Board/Commission applications deadlines in December 2023, see here. More information here, and additional volunteer opportunities here.
Primary – August 6, 2024
Mayor David Ortega (I) and councilmembers:
Tammy Caputi (D)
Tom Durham (R)
Betty Janik (I)
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Daily Indep. 8.28.23 Experts: Scottsdale City Council slowing growth
Daily Indep. 8.25.23 Strings to state money for housing homeless people at Scottsdale hotel cut
Scottsdale Indep. 8.24.23 The George Hotel in Scottsdale to get new life
City of Scottsdale 8.24.23 Scottsdale is leading efforts to reclaim neighborhoods from short-term rentals
City of Scottsdale 8.22.23 Scottsdale City Council approves water exchange partnership with Tucson
Scottsdale Edge 8.21.23 Developer Shocks Residents by Adding More Apartments
Scottsdale Edge 8.21.23 City Staff Surprises Councilmembers by Changing Site’s Fire Station
Councilmember Graham 8.20.23 Honor Voter-Approved 2019 Bond Election Old Town Parking Garage Location
Scottsdale Progress 8.20.23 Through the woof: A $6 million dog park
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