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The city of Surprise in collaboration with First Teeth First, First Things First, and Maricopa County Department of Public Health, will be hosting a free oral health screenings and flouride varnish for children up to 5 years old and basic oral health screenings for pregnant women. more
Landsea Homes Corporation recently announced that 315 new homes are now selling at The Villages at North Copper Canyon in Surprise. more
A decision on a proposed housing development in the northwest corner of Surprise will wait until January when the recently elected councilman for the area is seated to break a deadlock. more
The city of Surprise has some surplus equipment up for acution at more
Nava Singam’s Macayo’s Restaurant serves notable chimichangas, frozen margaritas — and a possible pathway to college for some local soccer players. more
Here are commercial permits the city of Surprise completed in August. more

Marshall needs workers for its new location in Surprise at the Village at Prasada, 13560 N. Prasada Pkwy., which plans to open Nov. 17. more
Here are permits the city of Surprise received for review in August. more
Resident opposition to the Truman Ranch Marketplace affordable housing project in southwestern Surprise did not evaporate following a split 4-3 city council approval on Aug. 16. more
Here are Surprise projects approved in July more
Beyond a broadband capacity grant that will help expedite connection speeds in two areas of the city that lack it, Surprise-based Wyyerd Fiber is looking to fill other gaps in far-flung areas of the city and the Valley. more
The city of Surprise has some surplus equipment up for acution at more
The West Valley Business Technology Summit focusing on the current state of business technology and related issues is coming to Avondale. more

The city of Surprise is hosting six free workshops for anyone wanting to learn more about Medicare. more
Volunteers in Surprise are needed to provide free tax return preparation for low-to-moderate income individuals and families through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. more
Here are permits the city of Surprise issued for construction in July. more
A discussion on adding smoking lounges to the city's Land Development Ordinances is on tap for the next Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1 at City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. more
Northwest Valley Connect was awarded a $75,000 grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust to expand its Mobility Center Program capacity to address special transit needs and build and retain a sustainable workforce. more
Fourteen people in all spoke during the Aug. 16 Surprise City Council meeting about the Truman Ranch Marketplace preliminary development plan by Dominium. more
Here are commercial permits the city of Surprise completed in July. more

Surprise’s My Appliance Guy has been awarded a $25,000 grant as part of Progressive Insurance’s Driving Small Business Forward grant program in support of Hispanic entrepreneurs. more
A long-anticipated Surprise City Council vote that attracted a large, vocal crowd was decided in part by the narrow scope of the agenda item council members could vote on. more
The city of Surprise has some surplus equipment up for acution at more
Every Western Maricopa Education Center student who completes a program has the opportunity to test for licensure or certification. more
Belema Ogbanga and Sylvia Kamel will soon be offering dental services to Surprise at their brand-new office, Dental Care at Marley Square. more
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