Scottsdale, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

As a suburb of Phoenix, Scottsdale, Arizona, is home to various places of worship. Although the population is predominantly Christian, ethnic and religious diversity is evident in Scottsdale. The area includes Jewish, Hindu, and Sikh communities, as well as Mormons. Located in a desert, the city is highly diverse, but still retains a strong sense of Americana. Listed below are some of its key attractions.

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community borders southeast Scottsdale. Scottsdale Pavilions, an outdoor shopping center, is the only commercial property located on tribal land. In 1998, the Indian community opened the first permanent casino in Scottsdale, Casino Arizona. This casino was later followed by a second location, Casino Arizona at Indian Bend. While the first casino opened in Scottsdale, the casino's success spurred construction of a second, temporary casino.

Valley Metro Rail lines serve the city of Scottsdale and the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. The system connects downtown Scottsdale with Mesa, Tempe, and Phoenix. The city also studied the feasibility of a light rail extension in 2001. Scottsdale Road was identified as a high-capacity corridor in its Transportation Master Plan, which could be served by light rail, modern streetcars, or bus rapid-transit.

The population of Scottsdale is 262,647, with 1,428 people per square mile. The median age is 46, compared to 37.4% for the rest of the country. Scottsdale's median household size is 2.2, while the national average is 2.6. A city's population growth may be surprising. You might be surprised at how quickly it can grow. Its population is constantly growing and has more people than you can shake a stick at.