Scottsdale hasn't had a tune-up in 19 years.

IT'S TIME.

It's been 19 years since we've made critical investments in our park,
public safety, senior facilities and infrastructure. It is long past time for
this investment to occur. Vote Yes on Questions 1, 2 & 3!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Letter from the Campaign Co-Chairs

The People's Plan: Three Questions For One Scottsdale

Question 1

Parks, Recreation &
Senior Services

Question 2

Community Spaces
& Infrastructure

Question 3

Public Safety &
Technology

Campaign Fact Check

Good For Taxpayers. Great For Scottsdale. How Your Quality Of Life Will Go Up But Secondary Property Taxes Will Likely Go Down

Councilwoman Solange Whitehead

Q&A on Scottsdale's bond basics

Councilwoman Kathy Littlefield

'Yes' at the November election will be worth any small cost to fund bond projects

How Do These Bonds Impact Scottsdale & You?

Bond financing for 70 projects from 2000 bond for $358 million being retired = Lower property taxes.

Increased property values in Scottsdale since 2000 = Less impact to property owners to pay for bonds.

58 bond projects for $319 million in 2019 < 2000 bond projects + increased property values in Scottsdale mean taxes projected to go down by the City Treasurer even if Question 1, 2 & 3 all pass!

Questions 1, 2 & 3 Campaign In The News

What Supporters Are Saying

Scottsdale's Financial Health & Accountability: An Ideal Time To Bond

  • Scottsdale is one of only 30 cities in the country with a top bond rating of AAA
  • Interest rates are at historic lows making it timely to borrow money for community improvements and repairs
  • From 2009-2018 Scottsdale spending increased only 2.2% per year and full-time staffing was reduced by 200 positions
  • Scottsdale's sales and property tax rates are low thanks to the city's robust tourism industry
  • Per capita bond debt has decreased each of the past six years
  • Scottsdale has a "Bond Oversight Committee" made up of citizens to oversee expenditures by the City Council and city staff for the bond projects

Supporters

Sasha Weller
Scottsdale Fire Fighter's Association

Jim Lane
Mayor

Dennis Robbins
Scottsdale Charros

Mark Stanton
Scottsdale Area Chamber

Linda Milhaven
Vice Mayor

Craig Jackson
Barrett-Jackson

Michelle Pabis
HonorHealth

Virginia Korte
Councilwoman

Susan Bitter-Smith
Former Councilwoman

Jim Derouin
Derouin Environmental Law

Suzanne Klapp
Councilwoman

Betty Drake
Former Councilwoman

Andrea Alley
South Scottsdale Project

Kathy Littlefield
Councilwoman

Sandy Schenkat
Citizen Activist

Wayne Ecton
Former Councilman

Don Henninger
Scottsdale Coalition of Today & Tomorrow

Dan Schweiker
Elite Restaurants

Join Our Team.
Make A Difference.

Close Menu