The public is invited to participant in several presentations and discussions to help plan the future of downtown Scottsdale.
These three sessions will be especially helpful for residents, business owners and stakeholders, as they will include economic and planning analysis of the downtown area, with an emphasis on maximizing economic performance while ensuring the future of a desirable, vibrant downtown.
Three levels of potential investment will be discussed during the sessions in early May, as part of the review of key findings of Downtown Scottsdale 2.0, a tourism-related economic feasibility study that launched in May of last year. As part of the study, the city has conducted more than 150 interviews with members of the public.
CSL International will lead the presentations while city staff will monitor the discussion on identifying public preferences and suggestions. Feedback from the community is critical to helping determine the appropriate next steps to make decisions moving forward.
Inclusion, unique and authentic, actionable and thoroughly research-based are the four guiding principles for Downtown Scottsdale 2.0
Public input is incredibly important for this project. Below is a list of the sessions, and you may Register for them here.
- Wednesday, May 3, 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. at the Community Design Studio, 7506 E. Indian School Road. Session includes a free continental breakfast
- Wednesday, May 3, Noon to 2 p.m. – ASU SkySong, 1475 N Scottsdale Road. Session includes a free light lunch
- Thursday, May 4, Noon to 2 p.m. – Scottsdale’s Museum of the West, 3830 N Marshall Way. Session includes a free light lunch