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Up to 440 new home lots are planned for about 163 acres near the alignments of 115th Avenue and Williams Drive in Maricopa County near the boarders of Peoria, Surprise and Sun City West. more
Since Costco announced its intent to build in Surprise, it has been easier for officials and staff to sell the city. more
Late Grammy-award winning country singer Charley Pride, who was a part-time resident of Surprise in the final years of his life, will be inducted into the Surprise Recreation Campus Hall of Fame. more
The North Copper Canyon master plan soon will be more than halfway home following the Surprise City Council’s approval of preliminary plats for three more of its parcels at the Jan. 19 meeting. more
The Rotary Club of Surprise hosted a fundraising Shred-A-Thon Oct. 17 in the parking lot of the Arizona Charter Academy, 16011 N Dysart Road. more
In observance of Black History Month and in recognition of the contributions African American artists have made in the community and the greater culture, West Valley Arts Council will present its newest exhibition, Imprint: African Americans in the Arts. more
While every aspect of the project is not official, it is far enough along to make it official — sometime in 2022 a grocery store will open north of Grand Avenue and off 163rd Avenue in Surprise. more
While most of Surprise’s development since 2014-15 has filled in the gaps for unfinished projects and areas of town, expansion into the city’s desert edges was always on the horizon. more
As local college and high school teams hope to start their winter sports schedule, Surprise has set 50 people as the threshold at which city approval is required for organized indoor and outdoor public events. more
Home services are on the rise after many homeowners utilized vacation savings for home improvement. more
Ottawa University announced the successful closing of the $38.5 million Series 2020 Bonds previously issued by Ziegler Company Inc., a specialty investment bank. more
Surprise resident Karen Bisko, a certified fundraising executive with nearly 20 years of experience in development, was named vice president of philanthropy at Catholic Charities Community Services. more
Surprise is closer to its first vertical residential rental development on a downtown parcel. more
The campus of Del E. Webb in Sun City West will serve as a point of distribution for the COVID-19 vaccine for health care workers only starting today. more
Surprise councilors, planners and staffers have compromised with home builders’ representatives and developers during the process of updating its proposed land development ordinances. more
Adult day programs are one of those industries that continue to worry about maintaining a healthy environment in the wake of the coronavirus pandemeic. more
While the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted the West Valley Mavericks Foundation’s fundraising abilities, the organization has continued to find ways to raise money and to give back to the communities it serves.  more
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