Police and sheriff deputies are legally entitled to enforce emergency proclamations and orders issued by state and local officials, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
|NEW Senior Hours & Concierge Service|
| We’re pleased to announce two new services to add more support for our members who could really use a little extra help right now. |
|• Early Senior Shopping Hours Tuesdays & Thursdays from 7-9 am* for our members aged 60+ and at-risk members. The special shopping hours include our pharmacy and optical centers.|
Surprise, AZ (April 3, 2020) The city of Surprise Parks & Recreation Department is excited to announce that the annual Surprise Talent Show will be held online!
Whether it is playing an instrument, completing a 10,000-piece puzzle, or even finishing that pesky household project – talent can be found anywhere and we want to share it with the community!
Residents of all ages interested in participating in the talent show can email video and photo submissions to email@example.com. The submission deadline is 5 p.m. Thursday, April 30; but send your entries early.
Surprise, AZ (April 1, 2020) The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic uncertainty to many individuals and families. In response, financial assistance policies have been activated at the national, state and city levels, as well as by business industries. The city has developed a webpage that lists various resources available to individuals and families.
Regular City Council Meeting
The agenda for the April 7, 2020 Regular City Council Meeting has been posted at:
Questions concerning the City of Surprise Council Agenda? Contact the City Clerk’s office at: 623.222.1200 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Surprise, AZ (April 6, 2020) To help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Surprise Economic Development department is introducing two new resources to promote local non-restaurant retailers: a purple “Open for Business” #ShopSurprise banner campaign and a new online opt-in promotional tool.
The new purple banner campaign complements the department’s “See Red, Get Fed” banner campaign for restaurants and aims to support a variety of retail businesses that want to increase their visibility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Businesses in Surprise can request to have their purple “Open for Business” #ShopSurprise banner delivered or coordinate to have it picked up by contacting Kris Cassens at (623) 222-3329 or via email at email@example.com
|New Order Allows Certain Prescription Refills Without Having To See A Doctor|
|Order Avoids Trips To The Doctor For Elderly And Vulnerable Patients, While Freeing Up Physicians|
PHOENIX — Many elderly and at-risk Arizonans are coming up on a dilemma: schedule a potentially risky appointment with a doctor to refill a prescription or go without needed medication. |
An Executive Order issued by Governor Doug Ducey today provides a solution by allowing pharmacists to dispense emergency refills of maintenance medications for a 90-day supply and an additional 90-day supply if needed. Under the order, Arizonans would be able to receive a refill on their medication for up to 180 days, while avoiding the trip to the doctor.