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Cities Neighboring Scottsdale

  • Phoenix – Unfortunately, during the late 1970s and early ‘80s, crime rates rose in the downtown area…
  • Tempe – Shortly afterwards, the Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad built a bridge to connect the town to…
  • Paradise Valley
  • Fountain Hills
  • Cave Creek
  • Carefree

Scottsdale History

Not many Scottsdale residents realize that when their city was first inhabited in the early 1880s by George Washington Scott, the town was actually known as Orangedale. Scott and his brother, U.S. Army Chaplain, Winfield Scott, owned 640 acres which they used to cultivate citrus fruits, potatoes, almonds, peanuts, dates, and figs. In 1894, Orangedale was officially renamed to Scottsdale.

In 1912, the first resort in Phoenix’s metro area, the Ingleside Inn, was constructed at Indian School Road and 64th Street. Around 20 years later, world renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright would build his winter camp, Taliesin West, near the base of the McDowell Mountains. Wright went on to design many buildings throughout the Valley, until his death on April 9, 1959.

During the 1960s, Indian Bend Wash was cemented and converted into a canal system by the Army Corps of Engineers. During the same time the city experienced a significant growth spurt which continued throughout much of the 1970s and 1980s.

Today, Scottsdale, named the “Most Livable City” in 1933, is the sixth largest city in the state.

Scottsdale Geography

Scottsdale is located in the northern reach of the Sonoran Desert in the Salt River Valley, just west of the McDowell Mountain Range. The city is bordered by Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Tempe, and Fountain Hills.

Scottsdale Education

Scottsdale Community College
Penn Foster College
International School of Arizona

Scottsdale Demographics

2010 U.S. Census Population: 217,385
89.3% White (64.3% Non-Hispanic White Alone)
8.8% Hispanics or Latinos
1.7% Black or African American
0.8% American Indian and Alaskan Native
3.3% Asian
0.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
2.5% from Some Other Race
2.3% from Two or More Races

Scottsdale Economy

Per capita income: $49,158 (2000 U.S. Census)
Median household income: $92,289 (2000 U.S. Census)
Leading industries: tourism, healthcare, aviation, e-commerce

Scottsdale Parks & Recreation

McDowell Sonoran
Pinnacle Peak Park
McCormick Railroad Park
Nature Park
Mescal Park
Scottsdale Ranch Park
Stonegate Equestrian Park

Scottsdale Attractions

Scottsdale Historical Museum
Taliesin West
MacDonald’s Ranch
Kerr Cultural Center
Fiesta Bowl Museum
Old Town Scottsdale
Scottsdale ArtWalk
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

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