Show your community pride by participating in the 4th Annual “Bean Bag Day” event on Saturday, April 24.

Surprise, A‌Z (March 26, 2021) On Monday, April 12, Surprise City Hall and other city administrative buildings will open to the public, following a temporary closure due to COVID-19. Additionally, meetings of the City Council and all boards and commissions will open to in-person attendance effective that date.

City’s summer job program for teens now accepting applications

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The City of Surprise is offering a summer job program for income-eligible Surprise teens between the ages of 15 – 19.

Through the City Council-approved Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), applicants must be available to work up to 25 hours a week for five weeks between 

June 14 through July 16. Chosen interns will earn $12.15 per hour.  

Surprise, A‌Z (March 23, 2021) The Surprise City Council invites you to tune in for the premiere of the 2021 State of the City video presentation on Tuesday, April 13 at 6 p.m. 

Property rules up for discussion. If you have an opinion on this issue and want to get in on the conversation, send your letters to

Surprise City Councilman Ken Remley sounds off on a new property maintenance ordinance city officials want the Surprise City Council to enact. (Courtesy of Surprise TV)

Sterling Grove opening up to rave reviews. Unique course drawing in golfers from across the state, By Jason Stone…………………………. Independent Newsmedia

S‌urprise, A‌Z (March 22, 2021) The Surprise City Council will hold a Budget Retreat on Friday, April 16 in City Council Chambers. In an effort to preserve public health, the retreat will be closed to public attendance, but will be televised for public viewing.

The televised retreat begins at 9 a.m. There will be a lunch break approximately between 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.