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One sign of a growing city is development along a major highway. more
Hollyhock Pool in the Original Town Site has reopened, and all afternoon programming will be held as scheduled. more
Two proposed developments in the Prasada area looms as a key to unlocking one of the few remaining undeveloped parcels set aside for housing in Surprise’s main body — south of Grand … more
The city of Surprise has completed work to install traffic signals at the intersection of Waddell Road and 145th Avenue and will activate the signal lights on Tuesday, July 27.  more
Surprise's Hollyhock Pool in the Original Town Site is closed until further notice due to maintenance issues. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Surprise City Councilman Chris Judd is hosting one of his regular bi-monthly district meetings at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 28 at Freddy's Custard and Steakburgers, 14029 W. Waddell Road. more
District 4 Councilman Ken Remley is not hosting one of his regular monthly district meetings this month. more
Surprise District 2 Councilwoman Aly Cline is hosting another of her in-person monthly district meetings at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 24. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week. more
Surprise Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Adessa Wilford, a 16-year-old runaway. more
Surprise Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Catalina Cortez, a 15-year-old runaway. more
On June 1, five residents from multi-acre properties on the western end of Surprise spoke at a City Council meeting, asking the city for more enforcement of the illegal dumping in the neighborhood … more
The city of Surprise is currently accepting applications for three commissions. more
Surprise is a solid place to retire, according to a recent survey by financial site SmartAsset. more
The area bounded by Bell and Greenway roads, Litchfield Road and Bullard Avenue has been the focus of residents for decades. more
The Surprise City Council election is still more than a year away, but at least one city councilman who’s up for re-election is already on the campaign trail. more
The Surprise City Council, which normally meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, will not hold a regular meeting July 20 because of its summer recess. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week. more
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