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March 31, 2016 • Newsletter

Bell Road/Grand Avenue Update

BELL ROAD will be closed beginning 10 pm on April 1!

With the 6-8 month closure of Bell Road, from 134th Drive to West Point Parkway, beginning on Friday, April 1, at 10 p.m., I wanted to dedicate the majority of this issue to the overall project and the traffic restrictions. The Bell Road/Grand Avenue Interchange Project is using the design-build contracting method, which provides flexibility while the contractor’s designers work side-by-side with the construction team to deliver an improved connection between the two roadways.

The Arizona Department of Transportation contractors will build a Bell Road bridge over Grand Avenue and the railroad tracks. Median ramps in the center of Grand Avenue will connect the roadways. Utility relocation work in the area, mostly during overnight hours, is already underway.

The project is scheduled to be completed over the next 14 months (in spring 2017); however, Bell Road is scheduled to reopen in November in time for the holiday shopping season.

ADOT has issued the following project update, which includes upcoming traffic restrictions and a timeline of the Bell Road full closure activities:

Thursday, March 31

  • Eastbound and westbound Grand Avenue median removal preparation will begin at 10:30 pm on Thursday, March 31 until 5 am on Friday, April 1. No left turns onto Bell Road from Grand Avenue.

Friday, April 1

  • There will be eastbound and westbound left lane closures on Grand Avenue to remove traffic signals and medians from 10 pm to 5 am. No left turns from Grand Avenue to Bell Road, or right turns from eastbound Grand Avenue to Bell Road.
  • Bell Road Closed by 10 pm between West Point Parkway and 134th Drive (detour in place).

Saturday, April 2

  • Grand Avenue will be restricted to one lane in each direction for median paving and pavement lane line marking.

Sunday, April 3 at 10 pm to Monday, April 4 at 5 am

  • Westbound Grand Avenue left lane closure.
  • Eastbound Grand Avenue CLOSED from Litchfield Road to Dysart Road to remove pavement lane line markings and replace with new lane line markings.

Monday, April 4 and Tuesday, April 5

  • Bell Road demolition from Grand Avenue to West Point Parkway.
  • Grand Avenue will be open to two lanes in each direction.
  • Eastbound Grand Avenue right lane closure to install construction barrier and remove existing traffic signals from 10 pm to 5 am.

**City, County, and State law enforcement will be patrolling the area during the Bell Road closure transition. Please obey all traffic signage and posted speed limits.**

** While the closure is in place, Bell Road traffic will be directed to a primary detour route along Dysart, Greenway and Litchfield roads.

*schedule subject to change based on design schedule, weather, or unforeseen conditions

For more information or if you have questions regarding the project, please stay informed! ADOT has a project hotline specific for this project, (855) 712-8530, press option #1. You may also contact ADOT via email at bellandgrandinfo@azdot.gov or on their website at www.azdot.gov/bellandgrand.

This will begin Phase 3A of the project. Please see Illustration below as well as the detour map.

Local businesses will be open and accessible during the Bell-Grand Project!

Businesses on all sides of the Bell Road and Grand Avenue interchange improvement project will be open during construction. In coordination with our partner ADOT, a business access map has been released to help residents find entry points to the shopping, dining and service destinations around the construction project area.

The following driveways along Bell Rd will remain open during the full closure; but ADOT will close them from time-to-time during construction. For this reason we did not specifically highlight them on the business access map.

*The traffic signal at Bell Rd and West Point Pkwy/Towne Center Dr will allow motorists in a single lane to continue thru the signal to access the Surprise Marketplace driveways near Compass Bank and Chick-fil-A; allowing for right turn-in only entry to the shopping center.

*Exit points out of Surprise Towne Center will also be open as construction permits with right-turn outs only onto Bell next to I-Hop and behind the Five Guys Burgers and the Vitamin Shoppe building.

The following driveways along Grand Ave will remain open as construction activities permit through mid-May:

Surprise Towne Center
Taco Bell/ Office Max
Starbucks/Bank of America

Surprise Marketplace
Olive Garden
Del Taco

Access to businesses at signalized intersections will be maintained and are the recommended entry points into the business areas.

The Construction Business Access map shows the business entry options, permitted traffic movements, and lane configurations that shoppers can expect April 1 (after 10 p.m.) through mid-November. The reverse side of this map also includes the full closure detour route and ADOT’s project hotline number, website and email address for additional information.

Bell & Grand Business Access Map

In addition to traffic information, the “Bridge Buddy Outreach” campaign will provide support for businesses in the construction area, thanks to a partnership with the city and the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce. This collaboration with local businesses on a Bell & Grand ShopSurprise campaign that will launch in May and provide opportunities for residents to opt-in to receive daily deals, giveaways, and events from businesses near the project area. Stay tuned for additional details!

The Bell & Grand ShopSurprise campaign and a larger version of the business access map are featured in the city’s spring 2016 Progress magazine, which should be mailed to you any day now. Magazines are also available in the Surprise City Hall lobby, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza; View the online version of Spring 2016 Progress Magazine.

Shop Bell and Grand local

Business Stakeholder Meeting Update

Approximately 17 business representatives attended the Bell and Grand Stakeholder Meeting at City Hall, March 29.

Economic Development (ED) opened the meeting by providing information regarding resources available to support businesses during the Bell Rd closure. ED promoted the upcoming business seminars, specifically, the March 31 seminar titled A New Way of Marketing Your Business. ED encouraged the businesses to get involved with the Surprise Regional Chamber Bell Grand Shop Surprise campaign to help promote their businesses during the bridge project closure. Those in attendance were given the spring 2016 issue of Progress Magazine that includes six pages of Bell-Grand construction project details, business access map and the Shop Surprise initiative.

ADOT presented the four-phase construction plan for 134th Dr/134th Ave construction and traffic management:

Mid-April – early May

  • Access to businesses in the area will be maintained on 134th Dr & Bell Rd and at Dysart & Bell roads
  • Traffic will be on the north side of Bell Road and will be restricted to one lane in each direction between 134th Dr and Dysart Rd; the south side of Bell Rd is under construction at this time

Early May – mid-June

  • Access to businesses in the area will be maintained on 134th Dr & Bell Rd and at Dysart & Bell Rd
  • Traffic is moved to the south side lanes of Bell Rd and is still restricted to one lane in each direction between 134th Dr and Dysart Rd; 134th Ave is being constructed on the north side of Bell Rd at this time

Mid-June – late June

  • Access to businesses in the area will be maintained on 134th Dr & Bell Rd; 134th Avenue & Bell (now open) and at Dysart & Bell Rd Late

June – November

  • Access to businesses in the area will be maintained on 134th Ave & Bell Rd and at Dysart & Bell Rd
  • 134th Dr cul de sac is under construction

ADOT informed the group that APS and Cox Communications will be conducting utility relocation work in April that may result in temporary lane restrictions and brief closures on Bell Rd west of Dysart.

Stakeholders, specifically those located on the south side of Bell Rd near 134th Dr, had questions regarding traffic configurations and business access during construction. A primary concern was left turn movements from Bell Rd into business driveways. ADOT has confirmed that left turn access to these businesses will be maintained throughout construction, with the exception of possible nighttime work.

Events & Meetings

Surprise Literacy Challenge

Councilman John Williams and I were honored to acknowledge Ms. Daniel’s 6th grade class at Paradise Education Center at Surprise Stadium on Friday evening. Thirteen schools and 124 classrooms, grades 4th-6th, from across Surprise accepted the four-month challenge, created by Councilman Williams and me, in November. The winning 6th grade class accepted their accolades on the field while the 4th and 5th grade winning classes will be treated to a pizza party.

Literacy Challenge Winners
Paradise Education Center – Ms. Daniel’s 6th grade class

Congrats to the all the winners!

Surprise Youth Council Video Review

As part of the recruitment process for additional new members for the Surprise Youth Council (SYC), Youth Services Administrator Paul Bernardo, Councilman Todd Tande and I reviewed video submissions of potential new SYC members on Monday, March 28. I am so impressed with our fearless, creative and hardworking youth, and I was honored to take part in the process.

Veteran Success Project (VSP) Advisory Committee Meeting

As a member of the Veteran Success Project Advisory Committee, I attended our Committee meeting on Tuesday, March 29. We were provided an update on the West Valley Veteran Center, and presentations on potential locations were given. Potential locations include Avondale, Surprise and Luke Air Force Base. Site Coordinator for the East Valley Veterans Education Center in Tempe, Troy Friedman, gave an update on the demographics and utilization of the East Valley facility.

With over 483,000 veterans in Arizona, the need for a Veteran Center is certainly justified and most definitely welcome in the West Valley. I am extremely honored to be part of this Committee and the future facility which would be funded by federal grants and local fundraising.

Mark Your Calendars

HOA Summit

The City of Surprise is proud to host the next HOA Summit on Wednesday, April 6. You will have a chance to share your opportunities, issues, concerns and solutions with your Surprise neighbors and hear the latest news from the City Manager and various City Directors, including those from Public Works, Human Service & Community Vitality and the Chief of Police.

HOA board members and management company representatives are encouraged to attend, as are HOA community members.

The HOA Summit will be held in the Community Room of the Surprise City Hall, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza. The summit will begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude around 8 p.m. A light meal will be served. For information or to register, contact Ruby Sitea at 623.222.3242 or ruby.sitea@surpriseaz.gov. Please register early since space is limited.

Did You Know?

Surprise Park-and-Ride Temporary Relocation

The Surprise Park-and-Ride will be temporarily relocated beginning April 4 due to construction activity related to the Bell Road and Grand Avenue Interchange Improvement.

The facility will remain open at its current location at 13327 W Bell Road through Friday, April 1. Beginning on Monday, April 4, the Park-and-Ride will be temporarily relocated to DreamCatcher Park, located at 14534 W Tierra Buena Lane. It is expected to return to its original location following the completion of the project, estimated to be no later than Feb. 2017.

If you have any questions, please call Valley Metro Customer Service at 602.253.5000 or TTY 602.251.2039, or the City of Surprise Customer Service Line at 623.222.6000.

BISCUITS Café is Open For Business

Biscuits Café has opened in Surprise! They are located at 13752 W. Bell Road. Welcome! We are excited to have you here!

Biscuits Cafe logo

COX Transitioning to Digital Television Service

Between May and September of this year, Cox will convert to an entirely digital platform. When this occurs, only customers with televisions that are directly connected to the cable wall outlet will stop receiving Cox’s cable signal. Customers with televisions that currently use a Cox cable box will not be affected by this change. For more information, please contact Cox at 866.961.0416 or you can visit www.cox.com/GoAllDigital.

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April 3, 2015 • Newsletter

Events & Meetings

HOA Summit
The City hosted the first HOA Summit of the year at the Surprise Stadium on Thursday, March 26. Seventy-one people were registered for the Summit representing 25 different HOAs. City Directors from several departments were on hand to provide updates. The departments represented were Code Enforcement, Community Development, Water Resource Management, Public Works, Economic Development, Communications and the Department of Human Service and Community Vitality. Important information was shared and several general questions were asked and answered.

CM Hall at Summit
Councilman Hall welcoming attendees at HOA Summit
Lowe at Summit
Water Resource Management Director Terry Lowe addressing the crowd


Surprise Literacy Challenge Recognition
The sixth grade class that won the Surprise Literacy Challenge was recognized at the Surprise Stadium on Thursday, March 26 immediately before the Spring Training game. Mrs. Schneider’s class, from Paradise Education Center, were the recipients of the trophy and recognition.  Congratulations!

Surprise Literacy Winner with CM Hall
Councilman Hall with 6th grade class, the winning class medal


Surprise Literacy Challenge Medal

Business Appreciation Day @ the Ballpark
I attended Business Appreciation Day at the Surprise Stadium on Friday, March 27 with staff from the City’s Economic Development Department. Several local businesses attended and were thanked for their contributions to our City.

Bike Rodeo
The Surprise Police Department, in partnership with the Surprise Fire-Medical Department and Surprise Build-A-Bike, hosted a bicycle safety rodeo at the Surprise Campus of Christ’s Church of the Valley. This important event allowed children of all ages to have their bicycle safety helmets checked for proper fit, learn about bike safety and practice new bicycle skills with police bicycle operators. Children who did not have a helmet or had an ill-fitting helmet were provided with a new, proper fitting helmet free of charge. In total 82 children participated in the event and 76 helmets were distributed. We could not have these events without the efforts of the aforementioned departments. Thank you for all you do to keep all residents in Surprise safe!

Surprise PD Bike Rodeo

Surprise PD Bike Rodeo

Surprise Community Center Open House
The City’s newly established Human Service & Community Vitality Department hosted its first Open House at the Surprise Community Center this past Saturday to showcase current programs and celebrate small facility improvements. Several Council Members and I were present along with more than 110 people.  Approximately 50% were first time visitors! Visitors toured the facility’s exercise room, outdoor seating areas, cafeteria, computer room, reading room, puzzle room and other multi-purpose areas.

The Community Development Department provided information on the Heritage District Overlay and the City Clerk’s Office was available to discuss voter engagement and voter registration.

Survey poster boards were on display to capture community input on programs, services and project ideas for the new Department. In addition, a barbeque with music, games and multi-generational interactions were enjoyed by all!

Boy Scout Pinewood Derby 2015
The City Manager’s office and the Community Recreation Services Department jointly hosted 200 people for the Boy Scouts Pinewood Derby Tournament in the Villanueva Gym on Saturday, March 28.

Pinewood Derby Winners
Pinewood Derby Winners


ASU Sustainability Meeting
On March 30, Mayor Wolcott, Councilman Tande and I met with City staff and officials from ASU Global Institute of Sustainability to discuss possible future partnerships.

AZ TechCelerator
City staff and I met on Monday, March 30 to discuss the TechCelerator. The TechCelerator opened in January 2010 and consists of 4 buildings totaling 58,800 square feet. Ten clients, 12 active mentors and 3 on-site service providers are currently supporting the space. In the last few years, there have been several business success stories including MD24 and Athena Wireless.

Boys & Girls Club Steering Committee
Members of the Boys & Girls Club Steering Committee met on Wednesday, April 1.  Teri Halliday, Regional Director of the Boys & Girls Club of America, was present to provide a presentation on the history of the Club. Updates were also provided by the Subcommittees.

Arizona Town Hall
Councilman Jim Biundo, Councilman Todd Tande and I attended the Arizona Town Hall – Arizona’s Economy, A Community Outreach Program on Wednesday, April 1. Several municipalities and economic development leaders were present. An overview on Arizona’s current economic status was discussed as well as the link between the economy and education. Perspectives from the legislative front, recommendations and priorities were summarized as well.

Did You Know?

Shop Surprise
The City has launched a new “Shop Surprise, Shape Surprise” campaign to show how shopping locally helps shape the community.

Local sales tax makes up nearly 40% of the City’s General Fund revenues. This means by keeping sales tax dollars at home, residents are helping to pay for city services that they count on such as police, fire, park operations and street repairs.  For more information, please visit www.surpriseaz.gov/shopsurprise.

Shop Surprise
What you spend, stays here!


Mark Your Calendars

Spring Eggstravaganza Eager egg hunters, from toddlers to 8 year olds, are invited to join the search for more than 50,000 candy and toy-filled plastic eggs as part of the Surprise Spring Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 4. The celebration will be held on the Kansas City Royals practice fields at the Surprise Recreation Campus, located at 15850 N. Bullard.

Gates will open at 9:30 am. The first hunt will begin at 10 am with the 2 year olds and under group. New hunts will follow approximately every 20 minutes. Children should bring their baskets or bags to hold their treats.

The event will also include a visit from the Easter bunny, clowns, face painters, magicians and an interactive kid zone with slides and obstacle courses. There will be a minimal charge from some activities.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection
The next household hazardous waste collection event will take place on Saturday, April 11. This event is free and for Surprise residents only. Proof of residency is required. The drop-off location is the Public Works Maintenance Yard at 13433 W. Foxfire Drive (from Bell Road, turn north on Dysart and follow signs to the entrance off Foxfire). The hours of drop-off are 8 a.m. until 12 noon.

For more information or a list of acceptable items, please visit our calendar section of www.surpriseaz.gov or call 623.222.6000.

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October 10, 2014 • Newsletter

City Council Meeting

City Council Work Session
The City Council met for our regularly scheduled Work Session on Tuesday, October 7th.  As part of the Work Session, Assistant Fire Chief Darrell Johnston discussed the amendments to the fireworks regulation the State legislature recently made.  They created three categories of fireworks which consist of display fireworks (fireworks necessitating a permit from the City), consumer fireworks (fireworks citizens can purchase and use, subject to regulation), and unregulated fireworks that can be utilized anywhere, such as sparklers.  Display fireworks continue to be closely regulated by the City.  The Fire Department would like Council to consider similar changes to our current Fireworks Ordinance that would mimic the updated State changes.  The Ordinance would state consumer fireworks cannot be set off on public property (property belonging to any government entity); the use and sales of consumer fireworks are limited to time periods specified in the legislation just passed; consumers must be 16 years of age to purchase and set-off fireworks; and, consumer fireworks cannot be set off without the permission of the property owner.  This Ordinance would require the sellers of fireworks to obtain a permit from the Fire-Medical Department, which would provide recovery of expenses for an emergency response relating to firework injuries.

In addition to the discussion on fireworks, Misty Leslie, City Attorney, reviewed the Council’s requested changes to the Council’s Boards & Commissions policies.  Some of the discussion included the adoption of an annual schedule for each Commission’s regular meetings; prohibiting political activity (members must resign to run for a local election) by tendering a letter of resignation prior to campaigning; and, the elimination of the Teen Advisory Board and the Surprise Youth Leadership Commission to integrate the Youth Civic Leaders Program.

City Council Regular Meeting
Mike Gent, Public Works Director, and Dave Kohlbeck, Business Manager, provided the City Council with an overview of the fiscal year 2014 transit service as well as the planned fiscal year 2015 services.  Surprise Express Route 571 bus service was reviewed.  The City plans to work with Phoenix, El Mirage and Valley Metro to keep the fourth trip we acquired in July 2013.  Surprise will continue to seek a convenient temporary relocation of the Park-and-Ride once the construction of the Bell/Grand Avenue overpass begins.  Future transit services, such as a Surprise circulator and Surprise connection to regional service routes, were also discussed.

The Valley Metro Dial-A-Ride services were reviewed.  Priority has been given to ADA, seniors and others with disabilities.  Currently, services are provided Monday through Saturday from 7 am to 5 pm.  Fares within the City limits for service are $1 and outside the City limits are $1.25.  Based on consumer surveys, Dial-A-Ride is mostly utilized for medical purposes (31%), followed by other uses (27%) and work (20%).  Possible expanded weekday service, extended weeknight service hours and added Saturday service was discussed.

Janeen Gaskins, Grants Administrator, reviewed our current Surprise Community Outreach Program, and she suggested changes to the evaluation criteria based on the recommendations from the Grants & Community Outreach Committee.  The Council has set aside $50,000 to help support local 501(c)3.  The Committee had requested one funding round for FY14-15 and the elimination of in-kind contributions.  Mrs. Gaskins will conduct a pre-application meeting that will help determine eligibility.  Later this month, the Committee will review and rank the recommendations with plans to present their award recommendations to the entire City Council in November 2014.  These changes were passes unanimously.

Events & Meetings

HOA Summit
The City hosted an HOA Summit on Thursday, October 2nd for residents and leadership of HOA communities in Surprise.  The Summit provided an opportunity to ask questions and share concerns and ideas with City Council and City staff representing Police, Public Works, Code Enforcement, Economic Development, Intergovernmental Relations and Neighborhood Services.  There were 44 people in attendance representing 19 HOAs (Happy Trails, Sarah Ann Ranch, Summerfield, Sun City Grand, West Pointe, Sierra Montana, Surprise Farms 1,2 & 3, Sun Village, Rancho Gabriella, Mountain Vista Ranch, Greenway Parc I & II, Northwest Ranch, Sierra Verde, Saguara View, Greer Ranch South and Asante).

Vice Mayor Hall at HOA Summit
Vice Mayor Hall at HOA Summit
Police at HOA Summit







Surprise Fiesta Grande
The inaugural Surprise Fiesta Grande was held on Saturday, October 4th.  To kick-off the festival, a special ceremony was held to name the recreation area (Gaines Park, Surprise Senior Center, Hollyhock Pool, Villanueva Recreation Center and Hollyhock Library) in the Old Town Site after former Mayor, Vice Mayor and long- serving Councilman Roy Villanueva.  I had the honor of serving on the Council with Roy for several years prior to his passing in July 2014.  Roy was instrumental to our City as he initiated many important improvements in the areas of housing rehabilitation, economic development, utilities, police and fire services and federal grants.

Recreation Center Roy Villanueva Ceremony
Recreation Center Roy Villanueva Ceremony
Recreation Center Roy Villanueva Plaque
Recreation Center Roy Villanueva Plaque

Roy Villanueva Photo Dedication Roy Villanueva Recreation Complex Plaque The Fiesta was quite a success!  Mark Coronado, Director of Community and Recreation Services, and his team were able to obtain 33 local business partners, 9 food vendors and 122 entries for the car show.  Mr. Coronado estimates 14,000 to 16,000 people attended the event!

Arts & Cultural Advisory Commission Meeting
The Arts & Cultural Advisory Commission hosted their monthly meeting at City Hall on Monday, October 6th.  Susan deJong, Commission Chair, informed the Commission that she will proceed to schedule the Luncheon Theater Program through Herberger Theater and that the West Valley Arts HQ is a possible site for the program.  Eric Faulhaber, the Visual Arts Coordinator for the City of Chandler and Coordinator of the platFORM initiative gave the group a presentation outlining the platFORM program.  Councilman Jim Biundo and I were in attendance and found this program very interesting!  The initiative is available to create opportunities for student artists to place existing pieces or propose new sculptures for placement in public places.  The Commission will place this item on the November agenda for discussion and possible action to make the recommendation to the City Council.  The next cycle starts in April 2015.  Lastly, the Commission unanimously voted to endorse WHAM’s “Give your Community a Hand” mural project.  The unveiling will take place at the Surprise Party in December.

60th Aerial Delivery
I invited Mick Anderson and several other veterans to meet with the Mayor and me to receive a Certificate of Appreciation for their service in the US Air Force.  This special group of veterans meets every other year at a different location and this year, it was Surprise!  We were able to thank the group for their service and sacrifice to our country and provide them with a tour of the Council Chamber.

USAF 60th Aerial Port Squadron
USAF 60th Aerial Port Squadron
Vice Mayor Hall with Mick Anderson
Vice Mayor Hall with Mick Anderson

Community Drug Awareness Symposium
On October 8th, I attended the Community Drug Awareness Symposium at the CCV Surprise campus that was hosted by the Surprise Police Department and CCV. The Symposium provided information on the dangers of drugs and how to recognize signs and symptoms associated with drug abuse. Resources were available to those impacted by drugs.

Mark Your Calendars

Surprise Police Department – Tip A Cop Event
Representatives from the Surprise Police Department will be waiting tables alongside the staff of Red Robin to raise money for Special Olympics during the annual “Tip-A-Cop” event on Saturday, October 11th. Tips earned will be donated to the Special Olympics Arizona. The event will be held at the Red Robin located at 14015 W. Bell Road from 11 am until 3 pm and again from 4 pm until 8 pm.

Hazardous Waste
Residents with old paint cans, car batteries, etc. are encouraged to drop off these items at the City’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event on Saturday, October 11th from 8 a.m. until 12 noon.  The event will be held at the Public Works Maintenance Yard at 13433 W. Foxfire Drive.

Second Sunday in the Park
Second Sunday in the Park will be held this Sunday, October 12th from 2 pm until 4 pm at the Surprise Community Park, 15953 N. Bullard Avenue. The band, the Big Zephyr, will be playing a variety of music to entertain us all!

Columbus Day
Monday, October 13th is Columbus Day. Please note that City Hall will be closed.

Litchfield Road Closure
Beginning at 8 pm on Tuesday, October 14th, MCDOT (Maricopa County Department of Transportation) will temporarily close Litchfield Road at Northern Parkway to facilitate bridge construction.  During the closure, Northern Parkway will remain open. Reems Road or Dysart Road may be utilized as an alternate route.  Litchfield Road will reopen by 5 am on Wednesday, October 15th.

Boards & Commissions
The City is accepting applications for a few of our Boards and Commissions. Those with openings include:

  • Arts & Cultural Advisory Commission (1 vacancy)
  • Disability Advisory Commission (2 vacancies)
  • Health & Benefits Trust Fund Board (2 vacancies)
  • Planning & Zoning (1 vacancy)

All positions are voluntary.  Applications are accepted at the City Clerk’s office, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza (Monday through Friday from 8 am – 5 pm) or online at www.surpriseaz.gov.  For more information, please call the City Clerk at 623.222.1200.

FREE Class
You can learn how to optimize your retirement income with a free class that will help you best position your portfolio to take advantage of tax saving strategies and minimize exposure to market volatility on Wednesday, October 22nd from 10 am until 11:30 am at the Public Safety Building, 14250 W. Statler.  This free class will be taught by Mark Melkowski and Robert Feinholz with American Financial Education Alliance.  For more information or to register, please call Ruby Sitea at 623.222.3242.

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