city Of surprise

Mayor Skip Hall

It’s that time again, when we reflect on the past year and set resolutions for the year to come.

As many of us vow to lose weight or save money, we wondered what goals mayors Valleywide are setting as 2019 approaches.

How large is the city’s water system? Our current ground water system capacity is 10.2 Million Gallons a Day (MGD), and on average our citizens are using 2.8 MGD. Our water reclamation facility has recently been upgraded to 16 MGD and on average the residents of Surprise send 7.0 to the wastewater facility. Surprise has three plants that treat a combined 7.2 million gallons of wastewater daily. Increased capacity for several of the existing plants, along with the construction of two new plants, will increase the city’s capacity to 16.3 million gallons daily in 2008.

In May 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a federal law that banned wagering on college and professional games nationwide and left the legalization to individual state legislatures. This left regulations in Arizona hazy.Alyssa Williams/azcentral Wochit

Ordinances are required in the following examples:  Any regulation involving persons or property which imposes a penalty, fine, forfeiture or other punishment for its violation.

Owning a pet is a lifetime commitment. Be kind to your pet and show him love.


Questions?
For questions regarding the election process, including voter registration and replacement ballot voting, please contact the Surprise City Clerk’s office at clerk@surpriseaz.gov or 623.222.1200.
For questions regarding the potential purchase and acquisition of Circle City Water Company, please contact the Water Resources Management Department at wrm@surpriseaz.gov or 623.222.7100.

Councilmember District 5 (Palm)

CandidateNumber of VotesVote Percentage
Skip Hall2,07973%
Leo Mankiewicz          77527%