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New construction is on the rise in the metro Phoenix area. Because of this, available North Scottsdale Vacant land is shrinking. But you have other options.

Available North Scottsdale Vacant Land is Shrinking

New construction is up all around the Metro Phoenix area, including our North Scottsdale community.  In fact, May 2016 sales of newly constructed homes were 38% higher than the prior year.  The increase in new housing demands has had a serious effect, though.  Available North Scottsdale vacant land is shrinking. Available North Scottsdale Vacant Land […]

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Phoenix Economic Development is Best in the West

When it comes to foreign companies looking to expand into the United States, the East Coast and major cities like Chicago still reign supreme.  These foreign investors can really boost the local economy.  Even without their help, Phoenix economic development is the best in the West and Mountain regions, according to Site Selection Magazine. According […]

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Scottsdale Ranks in Top 10 Safest Cities in the US

If you talk to any North Scottsdale homeowner, they would probably list safety as one of their biggest priorities.  Feeling secure in your own home gives families a sense of relief.  It should make you happy to know that Scottsdale ranks as one of the Top 10 Safest Cities in the US. A report by Law […]

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Give Scottsdale Your Two Cents

Give Scottsdale Your Two Cents Scottsdale fun fact: Did you know that famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright wintered in Scottsdale?  He built what would eventually be known as Taliesin West at the foot of McDowell Mountain in 1937 and wintered here until his death in 1959. The City of Scottsdale wants to give their website a […]

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Summer Safety in Scottsdale

Summer Safety in Scottsdale Scottsdale fun fact: Settlers in the area petitioned the Maricopa County School Board for a school in their area in 1896.  School District #48 (aka “Scotts-Dale”) was then established.  By 1909, the town had outgrown the original schoolhouse and it was then replaced with a Little Red Schoolhouse which is still in […]

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Scottsdale Blooms in the Desert

*Scottsdale Fun Fact: The average rainfall year-round in Scottsdale, AZ typically ranges from 1.5″ in the spring to 2″ in the winter. Just because we live in a desert region doesn’t mean that dry, deserted wasteland is all you will encounter here.  The fact is that Scottsdale blooms in the desert.  With names like Carefree, Paradise Valley […]

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Scottsdale Christmas Tree Roundup 2014

Christmas is over.  We’ve even bid adieu to 2013.  It’s time to take the Christmas tree down.  But where are Scottsdale residents supposed to dispose of it?  The City has created its Scottsdale Christmas Tree Roundup 2014 program to help you solve this dilemma. What: Scottsdale Christmas Tree Roundup 2014 Where: Curbside or Drop-off at […]

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Scottsdale Back to School Program

I know that the kids just got out of school for summer break, but it’s never too early to start thinking about next school year.  The Scottsdale Back to School Program helps children of low income families in Scottsdale by providing clothing and other school necessities.  You can help these children now by dropping off […]

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Volunteer Board and Commission Positions Open to Scottsdale Residents

Have you ever wanted to be more involved in what goes on behind the scenes in Scottsdale?  Are you interested in volunteering your time and ideas to help make our city even better?  There are currently positions open for Scottsdale residents on five different volunteer boards and commissions. They are: Board of Adjustment – Listens […]

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DC Ranch-Grayhawk Electronics Recycling Day

While “reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic” were the three “R’s” we learned in school, the three “R’s” of modern day life are “reduce, reuse, recycle”.  Many cities, including Scottsdale, make recycling easier by providing residents with curbside service and a separate bin or bins for recyclable material.  However, not everything is appropriate for curbside pickup.  If […]

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