Mayor Skip Hall

ARIZONA REPUBLIC: Another strong Pacific storm is forecast to bring rain to the Valley later this week, but weather experts said Tuesday the forecast is getting drier each day.
“Weather system for later this week looking a bit drier by the day, but we still expect scattered to numerous showers across the central deserts with best chances on (Thursday) night,” the National Weather Service in Phoenix tweeted.
A 70 percent chance of rain is forecast for the Phoenix area Thursday night, falling to 50 percent Friday, and up to a quarter-inch of precipitation is possible each day, the weather service reported.

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City of Surprise News Posted on: December 6, 2018 New Surprise Progress TV Episode

In this episode, get information on the Surprise Spring Training 5K, consideration of an increase to city sanitation rates, a state grant to support traffic and pedestrian safety programs and more.
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CANCELED – Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Regularly scheduled Planning & Zoning Commission meeting

Board of Adjustment Meeting
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Regular meeting of the Board of Adjustment Committee.

Councils oks new Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission

The Surprise City Council moved to approve the formation of a volunteer Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission at Tuesday’s regular council meeting.
The 11-member advisory commission will assist in the development of city programming related to these three focus areas.
The city will recruit for a full-time staff member within the Human Service and Community Vitality (HSCV) Department to serve as a staff liaison to the commission and support other duties within HSCV.
The commission will receive $50,000 for the initial-year establishment to support a proposed community needs assessment and strategic planning process. $10,000 in annual funding was proposed for yet to be determined veteran and human service programs and to expand the city’s adaptive service offerings to support people with special needs.
The former seven-member Disability Advisory Commission (DAC) will initially transition to the new larger commission, with four seats to be filled by veterans, their family members or someone representing a veteran service organization. As the terms for the current DAC members expire, new commissioners will be sought.
The City Clerk will advertise the application process for those seeking to serve on the new commission through the city’s website. The goal is to have the new commission assembled to begin meeting in February 2019. Meeting dates and times will also be posted at

A Hot Lunch Program

A hot lunch program offers seniors a balanced nutritious meal at 12 noon. The congregate meal program is designed for adults age 60 and better, and adults with disabilities. The suggested contribution rate is $2.50 per meal.

Patrons between the ages of 50-59 that do not qualify for the meal program can participate for a suggested contribution of $5.00 per meal. Reservations must be made by noon, two business days in advance by calling 623.222.1500.

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