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Construction is complete on Fire Station 308, located on the south side of Cactus Road, east of Litchfield Road, and the station is operational. more
Dysart Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Quinn Kellis uses a literary classic to describe the state of education today. 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
School food services programs are also challenged with staff shortages. more
Registration is open for the popular Surprise HOA Academy. more
The city of Surprise appears poised to take electric scooters for another ride. 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
With a teacher shortage happening throughout the Valley, Dysart Unified School District used an incentive program last winter and spring and it worked. more
Drivers can anticipate lane restrictions on two streets while the city of Surprise performs pavement preservation activities. more
The Surprise Parks and Recreation Department is accepting entries from clubs, organizations, groups and residents who want to participate in the city’s Fifth Annual Veterans Day Parade to honor those who have bravely served the country. 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
Residents can take advantage of the Residential Waste Cleanup Event on Saturday, Sept. 11. more
Sherry Aguilar said she’s always been an early bird. So, it was no surprise that the long time city clerk was awake and watching the news early on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, a day that changed history. 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
The city of Surprise is currently accepting applications for the Board of Trustees and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission. more
The Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission has six items on its regular agenda for its 6 p.m. Thursday, April 15 meeting at City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. more
Surprise announced the return of the annual Surprise Fiesta Grande in person. more
Megan Prescott’s Surprise house features two rabbits, eight children — and seven students. more
The registration deadline to vote on whether to approve a franchise extension with EPCOR Water is Monday, Oct. 4. more
Cactus Road is closed just east of 175th Avenue due to a sinkhole in the westbound lane of the roadway. more
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