There are no refunds or exchanges unless an official game is not played. In the event that 5 innings of one game are not played, except when the home team is in the lead at the end of 4 innings, the following policy will apply:
All paid tickets, regardless of where they were purchased, may be exchanged at the box office only for any future 2019 Spring Training Game at Surprise Stadium for the same home team. Exchanges are subject to seat availability on a game by game basis. Complimentary tickets may not be exchanged under any circumstances.
Refunds For Tickets Purchased At The Surprise Stadium Box Office, By Phone, Via The Internet or At Any Tickets.Com Outlet:
In order to obtain a refund for a Rain Check for tickets, you may either drop them off at the Box Office or mail them to:
Surprise Stadium Ticket Office
15960 N. Bullard Avenue
Surprise, AZ 85374
Attn: Rainout Refund
A refund request must be submitted within 60 days of the cancelled game.
Complimentary tickets may not be refunded or exchanged under any circumstance
Cactus League Luncheon set for Feb. 19; kicks off 2019 Spring Training Season
The 2019 Cactus League luncheon, featuring the induction of the latest Cactus League Hall of Fame class, is set for Tuesday, February 19 at Grand Canyon University Arena in Phoenix.
“The Cactus League luncheon signals the start of spring training, and we congratulate the 2019 Hall of Fame class,” Cactus League President Jeff Meyer said. “We thank the Arizona Office of Tourism for its support of this event and Grand Canyon University for hosting.”
Fans are invited to attend the annual Cactus League luncheon, which will run from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Tuesday, February 19 at Grand Canyon University Arena, 3300 W. Camelback Road, Phoenix. The luncheon will feature the induction of the 2019 Cactus League Hall of Fame class, presented by the Arizona Spring Training Experience (some inductees may not be present):
• Ken Griffey Jr., Hall of Fame outfielder and American League MVP who played for the Seattle Mariners, Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox
• Robin Yount, Hall of Fame shortstop and two-time American League MVP who spent his entire 20-year career with the Milwaukee Brewers
• Fergie Jenkins, Hall of Fame pitcher and National League Cy Young Award winner with the Chicago Cubs
• Roland Hemond, three-time MLB Executive of the Year whose nearly seven-decade career included stints with the Milwaukee Braves, California Angels, Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles and Arizona Diamondbacks
• Bobby Freeman, who has served as the Arizona Diamondbacks’ organist at Chase Field since the team’s inception
Jerry Colangelo, former Managing General Partner of the Arizona Diamondbacks, will also participate in the event.
WEST VALLEY SNAPSHOT
Within a typical 30 minute commute, Surprise is connected to the entire West Valley. The West Valley is comprised of six communities: Avondale, Buckeye, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Litchﬁ eld Park, Peoria and Surprise. More than 800,000 people call the West Valley home. With over 325,000 skilled individuals in the labor force, the area is primed for economic growth.
*US Census (2015)
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30 Minute 30 Minute Commute Map Commute Map (Bell Road & Grand Avenue) (Bell Road & Grand Avenue)
Before the Texas Rangers begin a busy regular-season slate, watch them go head-to-head against teams in the Cactus League this spring inside Surprise Stadium in Arizona. Take a look at the schedule above for matchups with Texas Rangers spring training tickets currently available in the Vivid Seats marketplace. Spring training opponents typically making way to Surprise, Ariz., include the Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners, and Los Angeles Dodgers as well as AL West rivals like the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. If you’re looking for a particular game, use the “Filter Results” to streamline the search for preferred Texas Rangers spring training tickets. You also can get in touch with Vivid Seats customer service representatives and sales agents by calling 866.848.8499 or using Live Chat for assistance while shopping.
Once you’ve found the Rangers spring training contest you want to see live, click “Tickets” to proceed to the next page where you’ll be able to view all available listings. If you’re looking for a seat in a certain section like the Lawn or Lower Dugout, click inside the Surprise Stadium seating chart to display the Rangers spring training tickets for sale in respective areas of the ballpark. To place an order online, simply press “Buy” on your chosen listing and then log in to complete the final steps for checkout. Make sure to review all transaction details prior to submitting the request, including ticket quantity and delivery information. After your order has been confirmed by the seller, your tickets will be covered by our 100% Buyer Guarantee
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Surprise Stadium is the Spring Training home for the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals, and has been rated as the “best place to watch a Spring Training game.” (Best of Phoenix)
Surprise Stadium was officially opened in December 2002 and since then has hosted not only Spring Training games, but plenty of little league, high school and college sports tournaments, too.
This award-winning facility is used for more than sports. Surprise families have stretched out on the fields to enjoy kid- friendly Movie Nights with their neighbors for years and thousands gather every Fourth of July for a dynamic fireworks show and entertainment festival. Visit the Special Events page for a full list of activities.
The Surprise City Council selected District 1 Councilmember Roland F. Winters Jr. to serve as Vice Mayor at their regular meeting Tuesday night.
Per city code, City Council must select a new Vice Mayor to serve on an annual basis no later than January 30. The Vice Mayor acts on behalf of the Mayor in the event of absence.
Winters was first elected to City Council in 2013 to serve a four-year term beginning January 2014. He was re-elected in 2018 and began his new four-year term this month.
He worked thirty five years at Hughes Air Craft Company in Fullerton, California and also owned and operated a photo studio in Fullerton and Placentia, California. He served on the State Board of Directors for Californians for Disability Rights.
Born and educated through high school in New Jersey, Winters earned a degree in Business Administration and Pre Law at Fullerton College in Fullerton, California. He also earned a BA degree in Marketing Management from the University of California.
Do employers have to provide personal attendant care for work-related travel?
According to informal guidance from the EEOC, the ADA does not require employers to provide personal attendant care on the job because reasonable accommodation does not require employers to provide personal need items or services. However, when an employee travels for work and incurs personal attendant care expenses beyond his/her usual expenses when not traveling for work, there is a good argument that the employer must pay the added costs.
Surprise names new Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commissioners
Surprise, AZ (January 16, 2019) Surprise City Council approved the addition of five new members to represent veteran-interests on the new Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission during last night’s Regular City Council Meeting.
The new members, with term expirations through June 30, 2023, are: Karissa Perry; Shawna Daigle; Steffen Hanzel; and Tom Short.
These members will join the former Disability Advisory Commission (DAC) members who have transitioned to the expanded Commission: George Van de Langeryt; Bruce Hertzog; Kathryn Chandler; Dan Moore; Jacob Thomas; and Krista Watson.
Andrew Witzel was selected to fill the recently vacated seat on the former DAC; his term expiration on the new Commission is June 30, 2021.
Council formed the Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission to assist in the development and/or expansion of city programming related to veterans; people with special needs; and those in need of general human services and workforce development, during the December 4 Regular City Council Meeting.
The first Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.
Meetings will be held on the second Wednesday of the month in the City Hall Council Chambers at 6 p.m. All meetings, are open to the public, and will be televised on Surprise TV and online at www.surpriseaz.gov/surprisetv.
This is to officially let you know that Sam and Diana Johnson, 30304 N 164th Ave. Surprise, AZ are totally against the annexation, first of the public land south of the canal and secondly, the area being considered north of the canal. Please do not annex these areas. We purchased our home out here so that we could ride our horse and 4 wheelers on the State Land and enjoy the view of the beautiful mountains. We understand there will be a petition to sign and we definitely want to sign it!
Shackle (ARS-9) was laid down on 26 October 1942 by the Basalt Rock Company in Napa, California; launched on 1 April 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Walker Cochran; and commissioned on 5 February 1944, Lt. Charles G. Jenkins, Jr., in command.
This is in regards to the aid that travels with Councilman Winters, I have been unable to receive all of the details that I have ask for, by request from the city clerks office. I have a concern that we might get in legal trouble paying (probably in cash) to an aid that is not a city employee, and am told that the aid is required under the American Disabilities Act. Which I believe is debatable. My suggestion is, if you want the city to pay for Winter’s care when he travels, hire an aid from Personal Assistance Services (PAS). Who are defined as person-to-person services to assist people with disabilities with tasks they would perform if they did not have a disability. Traditionally, these services have focused on health care and activities of daily living.
Being able to travel out of state on your own is not a requirement to become a councilman of the City of Surprise.