Scottsdale could allow more artificial turf at developments, apartments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The city of Scottsdale is looking at changes to its landscaping codes to allow for wider use of artificial turf.

The Scottsdale City Council is scheduled to consider those changes at its meeting today.

Current city rules restrict the use of artificial or synthetic turn at commercial and multifamily properties in areas that are visible from the street.

The Scottsdale Council could relax those rules while requiring developers and builders to install high-quality artificial turf at commercial and multifamily projects.

The use of turf at those projects would also be limited to a 6,000 square foot area.

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