NEIGHBORS

Surprise residents may apply for home cleanup

Posted 9/21/22

Surprise homeowners can apply now to receive assistance with a variety of property maintenance services including but not limited to landscaping, minor painting and trash removal.

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NEIGHBORS

Surprise residents may apply for home cleanup

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Surprise homeowners can apply now to receive assistance with a variety of property maintenance services including but not limited to landscaping, minor painting and trash removal.

The intent of the program is to assist low-income Surprise residents who may not be physically or financially able to maintain their homes as required by local codes.

Applicants must:
• Reside in the City of Surprise.
• Be the owner of the property or have received landlord permission.
• Reside in the property as their primary residence.
• Be present at the time services are being provided.
• Meet need guidelines.

The Surprise Human Service and Community Vitality Surprise Day of Service is a one-time service.

Projects will be taken on a first come, first served basis with priority given to projects that address health and safety issues.

Service is not guaranteed for every applicant. It is dependent upon availability, level of need and funding.
This year’s community cleanup event is from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 15.

Download the application at this page or call 623-222-1522.