Scottsdale named among the top 10 “digital cities” for the fourth consecutive year. The city earned sixth place in its population category for participation in the What Works Cities program. Reasons cited: ongoing push to improve open data, data-based performance management efforts and several information technology initiatives to standardize hardware, streamline processes and improve outcomes.
Protect your identity by taking your personal and private documents to the next Scottsdale Document Shredding Event.
Here are the details:
Protect your identity at the Saturday, Nov. 22, document shredding event. The Police Officers of Scottsdale Association hosts shredding events from 7 to 10 a.m. one Saturday a month – through May – at Wal-Mart, 15355 N. Northsight Blvd. A $3 suggested donation per bag or box benefits the association’s outreach programs. For more information, contact Officer Craig Abernethy at 480-312-2894
I’ve posted about Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale before, and it seems to get better every time I visit. I attended a private event for members last Friday, and it was packed. I got more photos to add to my collection, which you can see over on my Facebook page.
The butterfly exhibit is located just east and south of McCormick Ranch, on the northeast corner of the Highway 101 Vie De Ventura exit.
If you like butterflies, it is truly a wonderland!
As part of the $72.7 million project, one lane in each direction will be added to the 11-mile stretch of road. A second northbound lane will be added between the Loop 202 interchange and McDowell Road. For the time being, all lanes will be open during weekday commutes, but the posted speed limit on the freeway will be reduced from 65 mph to 55 mph. The project is slated for a late 2016 completion, according to Arizona Department of Transportation.
And if your thinking about using your bike to get around town this weekend, as an alternative, here are a few of my past posts on biking in Scottsdale: