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Mayor City of Surprise

Surprise, AZ (March 20, 2019) A 24-hour closure on Bullard Avenue, from Greenway Road to Tierra Buena Lane, will begin at 4 a.m. on March 25, 2019  and will be in place until 5 p.m., March 29, 2019, for installation of a new water and sewer line.

Beginning April 1-12, Surprise residents will now be able to schedule appointments to have acceptable household hazardous waste items picked up directly from their homes. Scheduled pick-ups will occur April 8-19.

New tourism website launches; showcases city as a place to “Find your Surprise”


Surprise, AZ (February 26, 2019)
The city has launched a new tourism website to help showcase the city of Surprise as a year-round travel destination.  

The website, ExploreSurprise.com, features the slogan “Find your Surprise,” and highlights the many ways to play, dine, shop and stay in Surprise! It inspires visitors to make the most of their stay by curating city attractions into one easy-to-navigate website filled with vibrant visual images. It also includes several trip itineraries and a blog with tips for tourists.

City of Surprise distracted driving law goes into effect 9/6

Surprise, AZ (September 4, 2018) Driving and using mobile devices that are not operating in a hands-free mode, is illegal within Surprise city limits effective this Thursday, September 6.


The two transportation departments have been working together since the summer of 2012 on the Interstate 11 and Intermountain West Corridor Study, which includes detailed corridor planning of a possible interstate link between the Phoenix and Las Vegas metropolitan areas, along with high-level visioning for potentially extending the corridor north to Canada and south to Mexico. Congress designated the future I-11 corridor between Phoenix and Las Vegas as part of the latest surface transportation bill, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21).


A.R.S. § 38-231. Officers and employees required to take loyalty oath; form; classification; definition
A. In order to ensure the statewide application of this section on a uniform basis, each board, commission, agency and independent office of this state,
and of any of its political subdivisions, and of any county, city, town, municipal corporation, school district and public educational institution, shall
completely reproduce this section so that the form of written oath or affirmation required in this section contains all of the provisions of this section for
use by all officers and employees of all boards, commissions, agencies and independent