Holidays in Surprise

2020 City of Surprise Observed Holidays  Holiday  Observed  New Year’s Day  Wednesday, January 1, 2020  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s  Monday, January 20, 2020  Presidents’ Day  Monday, February 17, 2020  Memorial Day  Monday, May 25, 2020  Independence Day  Friday, July 3, 2020  Labor Day  Monday, September 7, 2020  Veterans’ Day  Wednesday, November 11, 2020  Thanksgiving […]

Council Meetings

All meetings of the city council and mayor subcommitties will comply with the requirements of Arizona Revised Statute. Title 38, Chaper 3, Article 3-1. Prepare for tomorrow : Success comes clear strategy and effective execution. The government is like a baby’s alimentary canal , with a happy appetite at one end and no responsibility at […]


Did you know? The city of Surprise has three available water sources: groundwater reclaimed water Colorado River water (surface water from the Central Arizona Project). Currently, Surprise relies solely on groundwater for drinking water purposes. We also utilize reclaimed water for agricultural and landscape irrigation and some surface water for irrigation purposes. Drinking Water | Official Website […]


We’re here for you When you need round-the-clock care, Hospice of the Valley has ten palliative care units located conveniently throughout the Valley to serve people in their communities. Our Surprise palliative care unit opened in 2007 to serve one of the region’s fastest-growing areas. The freestanding home is 10,000 square feet, with 17 private patient rooms, […]

Hunting in Surprise

Other Services  Sep 17, 2020 Home City Departments Public Works Trash & Recycling Other Services City of Surprise offers other disposal services such as Christmas Tree disposal, Moving Box pickup, disposal of unused medicines and home medial sharps disposals. MANAGEMENT ANALYST City of Surprise Surprise, AZ Posted: November 18, 2020 Full-Time The City of Surprise is seeking […]

Council minutes 11/02/2020

Because agenda I. Other Business and Future Agenda Items and agenda J. City Council Reports was blank, I asked the city if there was any discussion on these 2 agenda’s. Sharpies, stolen ballots stir conspiracy theories in close election With hundreds of thousands of votes left to count and high-profile races undecided, some Arizona leaders, […]


PHOENIX⁠ — Governor Doug Ducey today released the following statement as Arizona continues to count the results of the 2020 election: “Arizonans turned out in historic numbers for this election, and we owe it to them to count their votes. The results have shifted greatly hour by hour, and from last night until today. With hundreds […]