Surprise, AZ (August 15, 2022) The City of Surprise Parks & Recreation Department is now accepting team registrations for Fall Adult Co-Ed and Men’s Softball League Divisions, Co-Ed and Women’s Kickball, Adult Basketball, Co-Ed Indoor Volleyball, and Adult Flag Football.
City of Surprise Xeriscape Demonstration Garden now open
The City of Surprise Xeriscape Demonstration Garden is officially open for the public to enjoy. The new one-acre garden is available for public viewing from sunrise to sunset seven days a week and is conveniently located on the Surprise City Hall campus at 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza, just west of West Valley Arts HQ .
Surprise, AZ (June 16, 2022) The City of Surprise has launched a revamped City website with a new look and feel!
The website features a modern design and reorganized menus that increase your ability to navigate across the website.
Surprise Police introduce online crime reporting option for property crimes
Surprise, AZ (June 28, 2022) The Surprise Police Department has partnered with LexisNexis® Coplogic to provide an online crime reporting option for victims of property crimes. The online option allows someone to make a report about certain property crimes, such as stolen items, much quicker than requesting an officer to take a report in-person. It also allows officers to stay on patrol and respond to emergencies.
Surprise, AZ (July 5, 2022) Surprise has launched an online performance dashboard that puts City data at your fingertips!
Surprise, AZ (June 27, 2022) The City of Surprise is asking residents for help designing our third City pool. City Council has earmarked funding to build a pool that will support all levels of competitive swimming in our community and provide a place to relax and cool off. The location and design have yet to be determined, so we want your input!
The start date for the maintenance of the palm trees within the city’s Bell Road medians has been delayed. The work will now occur August 8-19 during the overnight hours. Temporary inside lane restrictions are expected between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. These will be moving restrictions as crews work from Grand Avenue to the western city limits.
The new dashboard monitors the effectiveness of City programs and services to ensure we are aligned with the City Council Strategic Plan. Our goal is to be successful within the five Council priorities:
Surprise, AZ (July 27, 2022) – The Maricopa County Elections Department is expected to post the City of Surprise August 2 Primary Election results approximately after 8
Surprise, AZ (July 1, 2022) Surprise City Council approved funding to support the Neighborhood Grant Program that provides eligible neighborhoods with small grants to fund neighborhood events, functions or community improvements.