DC Ranch supports Scottsdale Bond Questions 1, 2 and 3

On behalf of the DC Ranch community-at-large, the DC Ranch Community Council announced its support of the three bond measures that will be on Scottsdale’s November ballot. DC Ranch is a master-planned community composed of nearly 7,000 residents in north Scottsdale.
The bonds will fund 58 projects which are spread throughout the entire city and address a variety of areas to include public safety, parks and recreation, technology and senior services. Two of the projects have been top priorities for DC Ranch residents for many years: the expansion of Thompson Peak Bridge to four lanes and a nearby dog park.
“If passed by Scottsdale voters, the 2019 City of Scottsdale General Obligation Bonds will have many positive outcomes for DC Ranch and Scottsdale, the city we call home,” states Ron Belmont, DC Ranch Community Council board president.
“The bonds are a much-needed investment in our city’s infrastructure and add amenities for our residents to enjoy,” adds Chris Irish, DC Ranch director of public affairs. “Many of the projects have a direct connection to one of DC Ranch’s eight Community Values.”
If the bonds are approved in November, DC Ranch staff will monitor and participate in the planning process for the bridge and dog park along with the improvements at Westworld and the lighted ballfields proposed on the north side of Bell Road and 94th Street.