Surprise, AZ (August 19, 2019) A new season of Adults Sports Leagues kicks off this fall!

Registration for Fall Adult Co-Ed and Men’s Softball, Men’s Basketball, Co-Ed Kickball, Co-Ed Indoor Volleyball, and Co-Ed and Men’s Soccer leagues begin August 19 for returning summer 2019 teams. New and non-returning teams may register beginning August 22.

Registration is for teams ONLY and must be doneat the Parks & Recreation office, 15960 N. Bullard Ave.

Surprise, AZ (August 19, 2019) Work is currently underway to install traffic signals at the intersection of Cactus Road and Sarival Avenue in Surprise.

The traffic signal is scheduled to be installed the week of September 2nd, weather permitting. The signals will remain bagged for 2-4 days after they are installed to allow drivers to prepare for the upcoming traffic control change.

The Cactus Road and Sarival Avenue intersection is tentatively scheduled to be closed on Saturday, September 7, and Sunday, September 8, for asphalt maintenance and slurry seal.

S‌urprise, A‌Z (August 14, 2019) TheSurprise Fire-Medical Department is offering free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training for residents interested in volunteering in an emergency or disaster situation.

Surprise, AZ (August 15, 2019) Help shape funding priorities for housing and community development needs in the city by taking a survey!

Every five years the city is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to develop and submit a Consolidated Plan which identifies funding priorities for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnership (HOME) programs for the next five years.

Surprise, A‌Z (August 14, 2019) Registration is open for the 2019 Surprise HOA Academy!

The goal of the Academy is to provide expert information for HOA residents, board members and managers. Topics include contracts, fiduciary duty, Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) enforcement and code compliance.

Residents who want to learn more about living in an HOA community, serving on an HOA board or who just want more information about laws that govern HOAs, are encouraged to attend.

Starting this month, you may begin to notice U.S. Census Bureau representatives in your neighborhood as they verify addresses in preparation for next year’s Census. The Census is a count of America’s population and is required by the U.S. Constitution each decade. The next one is April 1, 2020.

S‌urprise, A‌Z (August 12, 2019) Like many communities across the country, the city of Surprise recycling program is struggling to maintain existing service levels amid soaring operational costs.

The city began curbside recycling in 2004 and the revenue generated by the recyclables helped to offset the cost of providing the service. However, since December 2017 the city has incurred growing expenses to the program (nearly $215,000), which we can no longer absorb.

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Surprise, AZ (July 1, 2019) The Surprise City Council approved funding to support the Neighborhood Grant Program, providing eligible neighborhoods with small grants to fund neighborhood events, functions or community improvements.

Recognizing an opportunity to encourage community engagement and further build strong relationships with communities in Surprise, the city designated $10,000 to support the grant program for FY20.

Surprise, AZ (July 1, 2019) Fall youth sports registration is now open! The city is offering soccer and flag football leagues, as well as skills classes in basketball, baseball and softball.

Fall Youth Soccer and Flag Football League:

These are recreational leagues for boys and girls, ages 5-15. Practices will begin in late August; games will begin in early September. Games are played on Saturdays and/or weeknights. Practice times are up to the volunteer coach, but are typically one hour, once a week (5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m.). Age is determined on or before October 31, 2019. 

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According to the latest Census, Surprise is the second fastest expanding municipality in the greater Phoenix area. Home to Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers Spring Training, local infrastructure includes shopping, restaurants, hospitals, offices and the state’s biggest auto plex.

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Fall youth sports registration is now open! The city is offering soccer and flag football leagues, as well as skills classes in basketball, baseball and softball.

Registration is available through July 20, in-person at the Surprise Community & Recreation Services office at 15960 N Bullard Avenue or online at