On May 1, 2012 the Scottsdale City Council accepted the final recommendations from the Scottsdale 2012 Bond Task Force and voted postpone a bond election until the fall of 2013.  The 9-member task force spent over 600 volunteer hours reviewing projects and seeking public comment prior to unveiling a proposed plan which includes 34 projects totaling $167.5 million.

The City Council has created a new 2013 Bond Task Force which will use the 2012 Bond Proposal as a starting point for evaluating projects as the city moves towards a 2013 Bond Election.  Please take a look at the Proposed 2012 Bond Program and let us know what you think.  Your comments will be shared with the Bond Task Force. 

The City of Scottsdale maintains a database of future capital improvement projects (CIP).  These projects are either funded through the CIP portion of the city budget or by a bond election. 

Please review the list of future projects and let us know if you believe any of them should be included in the proposed 2013 Bond Package.  Your recommendations will be presented to the 2013 Bond Task Force. 

For additional information on the 2013 Bond Task Force, or the upcoming meeting schedule, please visit our website.

The Scottsdale Bond Task Force is in the process of updating the 2012 recommendation to the Scottsdale City Council.  The following project are being considered as an addition to the 2012 program which consists of 31 projects that total $158.1 Million.

What are your priorities?  Please let us know what you think by supporting on any of the items below!

As the city rebuilds its website - ScottsdaleAZ.gov - we'd like to hear your ideas about the information and features that new site should include.

Let us know what you think about the initial design of Scottsdale’s Museum of the West.

The Raintree Drive Extension will provide a direct connection between the Loop 101 and Scottsdale Road. View the public art concepts for the corridor and let us know what you think.

Do you think the public art concept is responsive to Raintree Drive Extension project?

Do you think the public art concept creates an icon for businesses in the area?

Do you think the artwork will enhance the Airpark area and the City of Scottsdale?

Scottsdale is designing multiuse path improvements to the Arizona Canal between Chaparral Road and Indian Bend Multiuse Path and is taking a closer look at options for placing the multiuse path on either side of the canal bank. The project will include landscaping, site furnishings, connections to adjacent neighborhoods, pedestrian bridges and public art.

View the most recent public presentation here (PDF/8mb), and give us your thoughts and ideas below.

For a project overview visit www.ScottsdaleAZ.gov/Construction/AZCanalPath.