The City partnered with the Housing Authority of Maricopa County and other partners to develop a 100-unit permanent supportive rental housing community called Heritage at Surprise.
Income-eligible, owner-occupied homes in Surprise in need of housing rehabilitation may be eligible to receive assistance for repairs to ensure the home is healthy and safe to occupy. These programs are also available to income-eligible homeowners with disabilities and/or seniors who need modifications to their residence to improve accessibility and safety.
The City of Surprise partners with a “subrecipient” under 24 CFR 92.2, to administer a Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program that provides financial assistance for monthly rental costs to eligible low-income Surprise residents.
The City of Surprise is partnering with Maricopa County to construct a state of the art estimated 38,000 sq. ft. Multigenerational Community Resource Center to serve the Northwest Valley. The vision behind this project is to relocate programs and services currently limited by space in the Surprise Resource Center, Hollyhock Library and Surprise Senior Center and move them into this new centralized location.