Named by The New York Times as the “Beverly Hills of the Desert”, Scottsdale has evolved into one of Arizona’s most desirable places to live. Scottsdale is bordered to the south by Tempe, to the west by Phoenix and Paradise Valley, to the north by Carefree and to the east by Fountain Hills and the Salt River Pima Indian Reservation. Scottsdale Airport is conveniently located near the city’s northern shopping and entertainment corridor.
With over 200 golf courses, hundreds of art galleries, world-class resorts and spas, plenty of desert and hiking trails, premier shopping and dining options as well as ample employment opportunities, Scottsdale has rightfully held the title of America’s Most Livable City. Large employers can be found in the health care and technology industry and include The Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale HealthCare and Coventry Health Care, General Dynamics, Go Daddy and Fidelity Investments. More vital community information and demographics may be found at the City of Scottsdale official website.
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At Scottsdale’s historic “Old Town” and arts district, you’ll find countless art galleries and shops selling quality Native American crafts, including rugs and jewelry. Great restaurants, wine bars and numerous high-end stores such as Nordstrom, Barney's New York, Z Gallerie and Neiman Marcus can be found at Scottsdale Fashion Square and The Kierland Commons. The Scottsdale Symphony and Scottsdale Artwalk offer you great ways to learn the history and cultures of our wonderful city.
The McDowell Sonoran Preserve spans 16,000 acres and features 70 miles of walking trails. Scottsdale also offers a variety of events and attractions throughout the year, including the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, The WM Phoenix Open Golf Tournament, Cactus League Spring Training with the San Francisco Giants, and events at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts.
A majority of the public education is provided by the Scottsdale Unified School District. A few of the outlying areas of Scottsdale receive their education from the Cave Creek School District, the Phoenix Union High School District and the Paradise Valley School District. Private education includes Desert Sky Montessori, The International School of Arizona and Rancho Solano Private Schools.
McCormick Ranch was the first “Master Planned Community” in Scottsdale, home to the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park. Soon after, followed such communities as Scottsdale Ranch, Ancala, McDowell Mountain Ranch, Grayhawk, DC Ranch, Silverleaf, The Boulders, Pinnacle Peak Country Club, Troon, Troon North and Terravita.
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