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LENNAR HOMES……
$600 million investment in Asante, where they are looking to build 2,000 entry-level to luxury homes near 163rd Avenue and Deer Valley Road in Surprise.

To combat the spread of COVID-19, the Police Department is suspending the following programs until further notice:

  • Prescription Drug Take Back Kiosk. For alternative RX disposal locations: www.acpa.net/arizona_drug_disposal_locations.aspx
  • Civilian Ride Along program & tours of police department
  • Fingerprinting services limited to court mandated printing only
  • Police Explorer program


Councilman Jack Hastings will hold a discussion on Nov. 14 at Chef Peter’s Bistro, 17300 N. Sun Village Pkwy, lets go and meet him and see what he has to say. Councilman Jack Hasting (district 5) said he had 5 residents at his meeting last Saturday, I did not go because of the virus.

Surprise, AZ (November 18, 2020) In an effort to protect public health amidst rising COVID-19 case numbers, City of Surprise public meetings will reclose to in-person public attendance beginning December 1 and until further notice. This includes meetings of City Council and all city boards and commissions.

Benevilla offers complimentary holiday meals from Birt’s Bistro. They are booked up with a waiting list of 18.

On November 7, 2017 registered voters in Surprise approved the three *General Obligation (GO) Bond questions in the areas of Public Safety, Traffic Congestion Mitigation and Pavement Preservation. The three questions represent 10 Capital Improvement Projects for a total bond amount of $59.5 Million. (View Election Results)

This website will be updated regularly through 2022, when all projects are expected to be complete. Please check back often for status updates, photos on project progress, financial reports and other important information.

http://insurprisetoday.com

City of Surprise Human Service & Community Vitality 623-222-1600………………..surprisecares@surpriseaz.gov……………………… surpriseaz.gov/HSCV………….community resource guide

This is an overwhelming time for communities around the world as we face the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re like many others looking for essential resources, support, tips to de-stress and ways to help, you’ve come to the right place! This Community Care Resources page will be updated as more resources for Surprise residents become available.

Surprise Resource Center Services

The city of Surprise is committed to linking residents to programs that offer the support needed for a fuller, safer, more community-oriented Surprise life.

Please download the latest version of our Community Resource Guide to find resources ranging from fire safety to flu shots, from emergency clothing to employment assistance. Some of the programs are provided directly by the City, others are provided by other regional assistance agencies.

The Surprise Resource Center is a one-stop-shop for social services. Through strategic partnerships with community-based organizations and government agencies, the center offers Surprise residents connections to services that include everything from rent and utility assistance, employment support, food and nutrition resources, and more.

Surprise, AZ (November 6, 2020) Surprise utility customers can now make payments at any Walmart store nationwide!

For more information on meal delivery options in Surprise, please contact:

Area Agency on Aging: 602.264.4357

Meals on Wheels for Sun City: 623.974.9430

Regular City Council Work Session & Meeting

Agendas for the November 17, 2020 Regular City Council Work Session and Regular City Council Meeting have been posted at:

Questions concerning the City of Surprise Council Agenda? Contact the City Clerk’s office at: 623.222.1200 or via email: clerk@surpriseaz.gov.

Planning to decorate your home or business’s exterior with holiday decorations? Enter it in the up the Night House Decorating Contest!

Structures will be judged in the following categories:

·       Best Theme

·       Best Show

·       Best Traditional Holiday Décor (red and green, snowman, etc.)

·       Best Business

The first-place winner in each category will receive a $100 gift card; second-place winners in each category will receive a $50 gift card. Judging will occur December 12-13.

For more information about Surprise Party, contact Parks & Recreation at 623.222.2000 or visit surpriseaz.gov/surpriseparty.

Surprise, AZ (November 16, 2020)  While the 19th Annual Surprise Party may be going virtual or remote this year, our holiday spirit remains alive and well with a festive lineup of holiday themed programming that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your home or car! 

The City of Surprise is currently accepting applications for the following Commission.  All Board/Commission positions are voluntary, and you must reside in the City of Surprise.   

  • Arts & Cultural Advisory Commission – 1 Vacancy with remainder of term through June 30, 2023. 

Applications are available online at www.surpriseaz.gov/boards. Please submit applications to the City Clerk’s Office in person by appointment or by e-mail to clerk@surpriseaz.gov.

Applications are always available for all boards and commissions and will be kept on file for future vacancies. To contact the City Clerk’s office, please email clerk@surpriseaz.gov or 623.222.1200.

Surprise, A‌Z (November 12, 2020) Surprise reminds residents to properly dispose use cooking oil, grease and fat remnants in the trash or at designated dumping locations this holiday season and offers tips on how to prevent deep fryer injuries.

Surprise, A‌Z (November 3, 2020) The Surprise City Council voted Monday night to disperse an additional $100,000 in Small Business Relief Grant funding, while expanding the scope of assistance to include small business retailers and non-profits with commercial space who were not restricted by the Governor’s executive orders. Council also approved an additional $25,000 for water utility payment relief.