Pursuit of the next generation: Scottsdale millennial leadership takes form

As Scottsdale looks to the future, much remains the same as changes may occur in preparation for the next generation of leaders. Pictured, a historic photo from 1975 shows similarities between Old Town Scottsdale then and now. / Historic photo courtesy of Scottsdale Public Library; artistic view courtesy of Arianna Graine / Scottsdale Independent

 

By Melissa Fittro | Scottsdale Independent

The next generation of Scottsdale leaders is beginning to take shape as young, working adults and parents seek to create their own future and build upon the foundation laid before them.

With desires to be represented at City Hall, options for affordable housing, more transportation, good schools and seeking an increase to family neighborhoods, the future some Millennials want doesn’t sound too far-fetched.

However, in a room full of Scottsdale residents who were mostly under the age of 50, having their priorities represented at City Hall was a common concern by those in attendance.

In reality, the younger generation is a minority within Scottsdale, as residents ages 20-39 represent less than 25 percent of the population.

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