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Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
The next Surprise City Council regular meeting will include possible action on a major amendment to the 2035 General Plan. more
A discussion to possibly expand the outside mural at the Surprise Aquatic Center is part of the next Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission meeting. more
The annual Surprise Christmas Market returned last Saturday to start the holiday season and was a great success, exceeding the previous year’s numbers and supporting new small businesses. more
Since legal sports gambling began Sept. 9 in Arizona, the focus has been on betting apps and sportsbooks opening in major sports stadiums and tribal casinos, the apparatus around the sports betting industry also is appearing around the state. more
Valley school districts have received millions of dollars in federal coronavirus relief funds, with potentially tens of millions more coming that will need to be spent in the next two years. more

The Surprise Block Party Trailer is basically a party in a box on wheels. more
FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — Pinal County personnel are clearing a road to an isolated 10-acre tract for a future sheriff’s shooting range, which neighbors fear will cause property values to plummet in … more
Born out of the ashes of the waylaid Boys & Girls Club proposal in Surprise, the nonprofit Surprise Youth Foundation is now fulfilling some of the same functions five years later. The … more
Surprise Stadium will captivate shoppers this holiday season as it welcomes the “Christmas Market” – a one-stop shop, creative market, produced by Artisan Treasures and sponsored by K-Love 89.1. more
Surprise city leaders have long wanted a signature event to bring people in from across the Valley and even further. more
Chuck Hawkins and his wife put their Surprise house on the market on a Friday afternoon. By the following Monday, it sold for $55,000 over the asking price.  more
District 4 Councilman Ken Remley has canceled his regular monthly district meeting because of the Thanksgiving holiday. more

Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
Surprise District 2 Councilwoman Aly Cline is hosting another of her in-person monthly district meetings at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at Sun City Grand Pima Room, 19781 N. Remington Drive, Chaparral Building. more
Surprise City Councilman Chris Judd is hosting one of his regular district meetings at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Freddy's Custard and Steakburgers, 14029 W. Waddell Road. more
Surprise Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Shanisha Ford, a 15-year-old runaway. more
Surprise Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Essam Khalaf, a 16-year-old runaway. more
The city of Surprise now has teeth to enforce a rule that prohibits the feeding of wild animals on city property. more
Food banks across the Valley are gearing up for a busy holiday season as the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into its 20th month, further exacerbating hunger and need. more

In an era of online shopping, less has become more when it comes to retail businesses in Surprise. more
Five law enforcement agencies in the Valley and state each reported considerable drop-offs in traffic citations issued from 2019 to 2020, which agency spokespeople largely attributed to there being … more
Mark Coronado Park will be closed for annual maintenance beginning Monday, Nov. 15 through Friday, Nov. 19. more
Here are upcoming public meetings held in Surprise. more
The FBI crime data used to classify Surprise as one of the safest cities in Arizona may not be a reliable way to gauge the safety of the city. more
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