State of Scottsdale video will launch in lieu of State of the City event

Posted 1/7/22

A State of Scottsdale video will launch instead of the State of the City event, with a new date to be announced.

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State of Scottsdale video will launch in lieu of State of the City event

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A State of Scottsdale video will launch instead of the State of the City event, with a new date to be announced.

As COVID-19 infection and hospitalizations are on the rise, Mayor David D. Ortega has reportedly decided to delay his State of Scottsdale address, according to a press release issued from the city .

“Scottsdale has many reasons to celebrate the achievements and accomplishments of our community,” said Mayor Ortega in the release. “While we won’t do that together in person as I would have liked, I look forward to sharing those stories, and talking about the challenges and choices that lie ahead.”

The event that was scheduled for 3-5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan 18, is cancelled. In its place, the mayor will release a State of Scottsdale video in February, the release said.

Details on the State of Scottsdale video will be shared in upcoming weeks.

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