Surprise Finance Director Lindsey Duncan recently presented the City Council and city manager with a recommended $387.8 million budget for 2019.
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The City of Surprise was recently ranked the sixth healthiest employer among mid-size companies in the valley by the Phoenix Business Journal.
The City of Surprise recently released results of its identifying the most liked restaurants and retail shops in the community.
In response to the upgrade of the City of Surprise’s General Obligation (GO) bond rating by Standard and Poor's, the City Council has authorized the first-ever Decide Surprise bond sale.
Surprise is offering teens between the ages of 15 and 19 a unique eight-week internship opportunity through its Summer Youth Employment Program.
This year’s State of the City address will be presented by Mayor Sharon Wolcott and the Surprise City Council.
Construction is set to take place this summer along Bullard Avenue following Surprise City Council’s approval of funding at the most recent council meeting.
The Surprise Stadium has been ranked the No. 1 Spring Training Stadium in the state by USA Today and leads both Arizona and Florida's 23 spring training facilities for facility and fan experience.
The West Valley Babe Ruth Baseball League in the City of Surprise has opened registration through March 23.
Applications will be available for all boards and commissions and will also be kept on file for future vacancies.
The City of Surprise has released its procurement schedule for some of the bond projects that voters approved in November.
The City of Surprise recently noted the passing of long-time West Valley resident, U.S.veteran and District 2 Council member Jim Hayden.
The City of Surprise is seeking qualified nonprofits to provide public service needs as part of the city's Community Development Block Grant program.
City of Surprise Task Force Explores Options To Honor Memory of Former City Director
The City of Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission will host a free bus tour to visit local artist's Joe Tyler's 40-acre home studio property featuring hundreds of his projects.
The City of Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission and the Friends of the Surprise Libraries have kicked off a bookmark contest for sixth- through eighth-grade students to help create awareness for reading and literacy.
The City of Surprise is looking for volunteers to be trained in tax preparation and become part of its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Residents of Surprise will vote in a special election this coming May to decide if the city will acquire the Circle City Water Co., a move that could grow the city’s allocation of Colorado River water by over 38 percent.
The Arizona Fall League is offering special promotions this season where baseball fans have the chance to win giveaways and receive special ticket pricing on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays with the Surprise Saguaros at Surprise Stadium.
The city of Surprise has added an early childhood room to its resource center to help parents who come to the center to search for jobs and use community resources.