City of Surprise

Title 9 – Arizona Revised Statutes  9-304. Compensation of alderman or councilman; failure to comply; classification A. No mayor, alderman or councilman of any city or town shall, during the term for which he has been elected, knowingly accept, take or receive for his own use from the city or town, any money or other […]

“Rose” and the Surprise Police provide update to MedReturn Program Rose and the rest of the Surprise Police Department would like to thank the public for the continued success of the MedReturn program. Read more…

Newly Elected Officials Training Thursday, December 6 Established in 1998, the purpose of the program is to assist newly elected officials to be more effective in their new policy-making role. The program will be similar to that offered in past years and provide participants with an opportunity to: Learn the basics of municipal government in […]

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Fiscal Sustainability Preservation of shared revenues. The City’s budget includes revenue from a number of State sources; most importantly, shared revenues from state income, sales, and vehicle license taxes. Shared revenues make up approximately 30% of the City’s general fund. A diverse and sustainable revenue stream with predictable sources is critical for the City’s financial […]

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There’s still time to register for youth winter sports camps & skills classes Surprise, AZ (December 5, 2018) The City of Surprise is registering for 2019 youth winter sports camps and skills classes! We are offering a number of sports camps and skills classes, including: basketball, baseball, softball and tennis. Softball, baseball and basketball camps […]

Mayor Skip Hall and The below are the City of Surprise’s number If this is an emergency, dial 911. For all other police services please contact our dispatch center at 623.222.4000. Online service requests are monitored by administrative staff that do not work nights or weekends; as such our response will be delayed.

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Free Class: Tax Review Wednesday, December 5, 2018 The city is hosting a free, one-day Tax Review Class that will touch on various aspects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that passed at the end of 2017. The class, presented by Bernie Dobrin and Ramon Vasquez with Block Advisors Tax and Business Services, will […]

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Signature Events, Activities and Programs Signature activities are unique events or services that are recognized throughout the community and associated with the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce. Golf Class B2B Expo Shop Surprise Text Deals Economic Outlook Breakfast Interns for Business Legacy Awards Meet Elected Officials Breakfast Even Sponsorship State Legislative Day State of the […]

Skip Hall & Councilman Kem Remley

Ken Remley is a believer in strong leadership, partnership and fiscal responsibility. His vision is to support initiatives that attract quality employers and good-paying jobs to Surprise, while maintaining cost-effective city services. He was elected to District 4 in the August 2016 Primary Election and began his term in January 2017. Ken is a licensed […]

Mayor Skip Hall & Councilmember Patrick Duffy

Patrick Duffy was appointed by City Council in September 2017 to represent the residents of District 3 (D3). Duffy replaces John Williams, who resigned from Council on August 15, 2017. Duffy is a Financial Advisor for Merrill Lynch and for the past 9 years he worked part-time as a City of Surprise Recreation Leader 3. […]

Mayor Skip Hall & Councilwoman Nancy Hayden

Nancy Hayden was appointed by the Surprise City Council to serve as the District 2 (D2) Councilmember on February 6, 2018. The seat was vacated following the death of Nancy’s husband Councilmember Jim Hayden on December 20, 2017. Among her reason’s for applying for the D2 seat, Nancy stated wanting to carry on her husband’s […]

Mayor Skip Hall & Councilman Roland Winters

Roland F. Winters Jr. was elected to District 1 (Acacia) on August 27, 2013 and is serving a five-year term which began January 1, 2014. Born and educated through high school in New Jersey, Roland earned a degree in Business Administration and Pre Law at Fullerton College in Fullerton, Ca. He earned a BA degree […]

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How Can I Help? Take a five minute walk around your property and look for signs of common violations. The best way to stay in compliance and be a good neighbor is to keep your property well maintained. If you would like to report a possible violation please email us at codeenforcement@surpriseaz.go

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http://surpriseaznews.comContact: 623.222.1029 Email: Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission Meeting Monday, December 3, 2018 The purpose of the Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission is to encourage cultural growth in the city and to ensure that art, culture and entertainment are central elements of the quality of life for city residents. To this end, the commission […]

Mayor Skip Hall Facebook TRASH AND RECYCLING The City of Surprise offers same-day residential curbside garbage and recycling once a week. Each resident is provided with a 95-gallon trash receptacle and recycling receptacle. Click here for your neighborhood’s collection day. Bulk trash pickup is offered to residents whose regular sanitation service is provided by the city and […]

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Bullard Ave traffic signals at Acoma, Sweetwater intersections active week of Dec 3 The traffic signals at the Acoma Drive and Sweetwater Avenue intersections will be activated on Monday, December 3. Barring changes to the schedule, signals will flash red for 48 hours through Tuesday, December 4. Motorists are reminded to treat the intersections as four-way […]

Contact the NEOGOV Applicant Support Line at 855.524.5627. Need an accommodation? Contact Human Resources to request the Applicant Accommodation Form at 623.222.3520. The City of Surprise is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Job Opportunities | Sorted by Job Title ascending | . – Government Jobs