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Motorists can expect north and southbound lane restrictions on 163rd Avenue between Happy Valley Road and Grand Avenue for mill and overlay work to preserve the pavement. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
The city of Surprise's latest episode of "Surprise Lately" was released Sept. 25, featuring a look at changes to this year's Fiesta Grande event, which is now moving online because of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week, compiled from archives of Independent Newsmedia, Newspapers.com and the city of Surprise historical records: more
When you want something bad enough, sometimes driving to another state to get it is worth it. more
District 5 Councilman David Sanders is hosting his monthly meetup for his constituents at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 on his council web page. more
The long-awaited opening of Costco is here. more
Census 2020 is on the homestretch with critical door-knocking, online, phone and mail efforts coming to an end Sept. 30. For the first, time residents may choose to be counted online, and may do … more
Like most events in 2020, the annual Surprise Fiesta Grande street party in the Original Town Site is going virtual. more
Surprise residents are ticking off the time before the doors open at the new Costco at Waddell Road and Sarival Avenue. more
Noted artist Steven Weitzman will be bringing his work to Surprise — but he’ll be leaving it here permanently. more
When Surprise planning and zoning commissioners asked city staff last year why so many housing projects are presented to them without the requirement for a community pool, little did they know it would lead to an entire philosophical discussion about how the city wants to grow. more
The Dysart Unified School District Governing Board is set to meet again Wednesday, Sept. 23. more
Surprise residents now have additional option to get a COVID-19 test. more
Surprise Vice Mayor Chris Judd is hosting another of his regular monthly district meetings. more
Surprise residents have a couple of weeks to schedule appointments for home pickup of hazardous waste. more
The Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission is considering starting up a grant program to worthy nonprofit organizations that promote art projects in the city. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
The deadline is creeping up for registering to vote in the Nov. 3 general election. more
Here is a look at Surprise history through the years on this week, compiled from archives of Independent Newsmedia, Newspapers.com and the city of Surprise historical records: more
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