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The city honors Cesar Chavez, American labor leader and civil rights activist.

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Bill Barquin will share how he dedicates his time to the social and economic well-being of the Latino community.
Scottsdale Update - Nov. 21, 2022

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This week's highlights: Most city offices closed Thursday & Friday | Scottsdazzle kicks off Saturday | Reinvesting in Our Scottsdale
One year ago, Scottsdale adopted its anti-discrimination ordinance

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Adopted unanimously by the City Council April 20, 2021, the ordinance is part of the city’s commitment to a Scottsdale free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability anywhere within city limits.
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Rob Millar, Director of Economic Development addressed this year’s Scottsdale Forward crowd with an economic update on where Scottsdale has been, where we currently are and where we’re headed.
Cure Corridor Brochure 2019-20 Cure Corridor Brochure

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The City of Scottsdale is proud to be home to a vast array of assets that contribute to the success of healthcare and bioscience activities in the region. From education and research, to medical devices, clinical trials and patient care delivery, it is happening right here in Scottsdale.