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November 1 & December 3 – Wills vs. Trusts

Most American adults do not have a living trust, a will or any estate plan in place. For many who do, they can fall out of date for various reasons. Make sure your financial and healthcare wishes are fully honored and protect your loved ones from the real delays and costs of probate on your estate.

This interactive seminar taught by Bob Mariner from Generation Living Trusts will cover the following topics in an easy-to-understand, informative way:

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News from ADOT Motor Vehicle Division
Don’t get grounded!  On October 1, 2020 new federal ID regulations will take effect at TSA airport security checkpoints.  The new federal rules will require air travelers to have a federally-compliant form of ID in order to pass security clearance.

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Surprise, AZ (October 16, 2019) The Surprise Fire-Medical Department was awarded eight new firefighters through a federal grant. This newly-awarded grant pays for the majority of the training costs and salaries for a period of two years and a little less than half of the costs for a third year.

Surprise, AZ (October 18, 2019) The U.S.A. Professional Baseball team will train at the Surprise Stadium Complex in preparation for the World Baseball Softball Confederation PREMIER 12 International Baseball Championships beginning Monday, October 21. 

Surprise, AZ (October 18, 2019) Another exciting year of Spring Training in Surprise is just around the corner and season tickets and group specialty packages will be on sale starting Saturday, October 19 at 8 a.m. (MST). 

Surprise, AZ (October 17, 2019) Surprise is joining municipalities across the state of Arizona and participating in the League of Arizona Cities & Towns’ 18th annual Cities and Towns Week from October 20-26, 2019.


Starting in early January 2020, expanded hours are coming to Hollyhock Library, located at 15844 N Hollyhock St. City Council approved funding to double the weekly hours from 18 to 36 at the City Council Meeting on Tuesday, October 1. The increase in hours will provide residents more access to library programs and resources offered by the city in partnership with Maricopa County Library District. The new schedule will be determined by the Parks and Recreation Commission at their next regularly scheduled meeting on October 28, 6 p.m., at Surprise City Hall in the Community Room.

Surprise, AZ (October 16, 2019) The Surprise Fire-Medical Department was awarded eight new firefighters through a federal grant. This newly-awarded grant pays for the majority of the training costs and salaries for a period of two years and a little less than half of the costs for a third year.
 

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New General Plan Approved by Surprise Voters

Posted on November 12, 2013 by Rachel in Local News // 0 Comments

By Lesley Wright for The Arizona Republic

Renderings show an urban downtown that Surprise General Plan 2035 envisions for the future with improved transportation and connections between neighborhoods. Rendering Credit: City of Surprise

Renderings show an urban downtown that Surprise General Plan 2035 envisions for the future with improved transportation and connections between neighborhoods.
Rendering Credit: City of Surprise

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I did not know that the city council could and would approve a policy that appears can be over turned by the city manager, city lawyer or their designee’s.

Waiver: In its sole and absolute discretion, the City reserves the right to waive any requirements of this Policy. The waiver shall be administratively approved by the City Attorney and the City Manager, or his/her designee, after having been publicly noticed in a newspaper of general circulation for no less than ten (10) days.

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WHAT IS “WE CARE”

WE CARE is an automated system designed to call a senior or home-bound person once a day to check on their welfare. HOW DOES IT WORK A daily call is made to the client. If the call is not answered after three attempts an alert is generated. Either the Citizen’s Patrol or the Surprise Police Department will then perform a home welfare check. This service is available to residents of the City of Surprise who are vulnerable due to health or age. The WE CARE program is made possible by grants and donations from Surprise businesses, organizations and numerous caring private citizens who support the mission of the Surprise Police Department.

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Waddell Rd closed nightly, 157th Ave to Reems Rd, Oct 6-12

Surprise, AZ (October 3, 2019) Waddell Road will be closed nightly between 157th Avenue and Reems Road from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for utility work.

The work is scheduled to begin Sunday, October 6 and will be complete by Saturday, October 12, weather permitting.

Visit Road Closures and Traffic Restrictions for the most updated information about road work in Surprise.

Learn more about the Waddell Road Improvement Project at surpriseaz.gov/decidesurprise.

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US 60 (Grand Avenue) will be closed in both directions between Dysart Rd. and Loop 303 from 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, until 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, as the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) performs pavement preservation work.

RH Johnson Blvd., Reems Rd. and Dysart Rd. will be open for cross traffic at Grand Avenue. Closures will be in place for other local roads, and detours will be in place. Detour routes during the Grand Avenue closure will include Loop 303, Bell Road and El Mirage Road.

For more information, please visit www.azdot.gov, call the ADOT Bilingual Project Information Line at 855.712.8530 or send them a question or comment by email at https://apps.azdot.gov/contact_adot

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Come join our team! Surprise Fire-Medical is now hiring Firefighter Recruits. View the details and requirements online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/surprise

Travel Alert: Plan for US 60 (Grand Avenue) closures, restrictions near Surprise, Sun City West Oct. 5-6
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers who use US 60 (Grand Avenue) near the Surprise and Sun City West areas to plan for closures and restrictions in both directions this weekend and to allow plenty of extra travel time, prepare for detours and expect slow travel. East and westbound US 60 is scheduled to be closed between the Loop 303 and Dysart Road from 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6.  ADOT will maintain access to Banner Del Webb Medical Center from R.H. Johnson and Meeker boulevards.


Surprise, A‌Z (October 2, 2019) Interact with hands-on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) exhibits at this year’s Surprise SciTech Festival!
STEM enthusiasts of all ages are invited to come and check out interactive SciTech booths, an incredible line-up of speakers, music and more! Plus, coffee and snacks will be available for purchase from a variety of food trucks.
Be a part of the fun on Saturday, November 2, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m., in the Surprise City Hall Courtyard, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. Admission and parking are free.


Surprise, A‌Z (October 2, 2019) Mayor Hall officially proclaimed October as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month” during last night’s Regular City Council Meeting.



Creating Connections to Community Services
The Surprise Care & Share Expo is a FREE, community event creating connections to human service organizations, health resources and medical checks. It’s a one-stop source for accessing programs and services that promote health, financial growth and self-empowerment. Plus, there will be fun events for the entire family to enjoy!
Event Details
Hosted by the City of Surprise Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission
Saturday, October 5, 2019
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
City Hall Courtyard
16000 North Civic Center Plaza
Surprise, AZ 85374




An Innovative Public Awareness Campaign
The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease.