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Surprise residents in flood prone areas can access free sand and bags at several city locations. more
Every Halloween, Russ Dehlinger and Blanca Real convert their Surprise home into what’s regularly considered one of the best Halloween destinations in the West Valley. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week. more
The city of Surprise and the Dysart Unified School District are big draws for some big leaguers. more
Surprise City Manager Mike Frazier, who has served in the post since November 2018, plans to retire in January, opening up the search for his replacement now. more
First-time homebuyers are finding Surprise a pretty good place to put down some roots. more
The Judicial College of Arizona presented Surprise City Court Presiding Judge Louis Frank Dominguez with the 2021 COJET Excellence in Education Award. more
Surprise City Council approved funding to support the Neighborhood Grant Program, providing eligible neighborhoods with small grants to fund neighborhood events, functions or community improvements. more
For years, Sunrise Boulevard south of Bell Road has stopped in a dead end just north of the Mountain Vista Ranch community. more
Surprise City Councilman Roland Winters is hosting one of his regular monthly meetings for District 1 residents at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 9. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Litchfield Park-based mobile barber Darryl Brandt has partnered with nonprofit Trevor’s Vision to provide haircuts to the homeless and less fortunate throughout the Valley, but they need help. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week. more
The planned American Leadership Academy-West Foothills campus near 175th and Olive avenues in Waddell was on a tight but possible turnaround, breaking ground April 23 with plans on opening for classes in August. more
Ottawa University-Arizona and the Angell Snyder School of Business has launched three new programs in cybersecurity that will impact the university’s Surprise campus by creating new enrollment opportunities. more
The 38th Annual 4th of July Celebration is set for 6 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 4 at Mark Coronado Park, 15850 N. Bullard Ave.  more
All of Surprise’s bond projects that voters approved in 2017 appear on track to be done by the end of the calendar year — and some of them are finishing early. more
Surprise Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Eniyah Key, a 17-year-old runaway. more
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