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Surprise will host a series of tournaments for the fast-growing sport of pickleball, welcoming more than 1,900 participants to the city. The following tournaments will take place at the Surprise … more
Passion about and skill in a specialized area can cause budding entrepreneurs to speed into starting a small business. Surprise does not want to dissuade more small, locally owned businesses from … more
The city of Surprise appears poised to take electric scooters for another ride. more
Surprise residents can learn how to reduce water usage and help the city conserve water by signing up for free fall landscaping workshops. more
With a pending cut in water to the Valley in the coming months, this is a good year for a city to update its drought preparedness plan and Surprise officials realized the city’s document needed more than a minor change. more
For about a decade it has become increasingly clear what the Prasada area of Surprise would not feature — the original large indoor mall planned as a centerpiece of the project during the … more
The Surprise Parks and Recreation Master Plan is a sprawling mission statement with long-term goals that are hard to corral. At the Aug. 23 Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission meeting more
Megan Prescott’s Surprise house features two rabbits, eight children — and seven students. more
The city of Surprise is planning to fill the soon-to-be open city manager position by December. more
Surprise and Dysart Unified School Districts are teaming on a project aimed at keeping students safe at one of the district’s schools in the city. more
City officials, the company owning undeveloped land at the Surprise Civic Center and members of the Planning and Zoning Commission are in harmony about the need to adapt procedures for presenting potential projects more
The Seattle-based property developer, Isola Communities, has announced the groundbreaking of its new build-for-rent community in Goodyear. more
It’s never too early to release the spring training schedule for local baseball fans and those planning out-of-state trips here. more
The Surprise Senior Center began the next phase of reopening Aug. 9. The center is now open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday for member-led activities, special groups, clubs and … more
City of Surprise officials are still going through applications for the opening city manager position. more
At first Quintus Schulzke simply did not want a densely-packed affordable housing complex with some Section 42 qualified residents down the street from his Sierra Montana home and on the other side … more
The Surprise Human Service and Community Vitality department reminds Surprise and El Mirage residents that rent, eviction prevention and utility assistance programs are available for income eligible … more
The Surprise Aquatic Center, 15831 N. Bullard Ave., is a step closer to become a little more colorful outside. more
Shane Stephenson arrived from Montana in 2020 to coach the Highland Prep football team and serve as the charter school’s assistant athletic director. He quickly realized after settling in … more
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