1. ridechoice

    RideChoice transportation service available to income qualified Surprise residents

    The city of Surprise and Valley Metro have updated the income qualified component of RideChoice. This program provides transportation services for income qualified residents to medical appointments, employment opportunities, and basic shopping needs. Read more...
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    City of Surprise fall youth sports, adult pickleball registration begins July 13

    The City of Surprise Parks & Recreation Department will be offering a single combined fall season to include youth soccer, tee-ball, baseball, softball, volleyball and tennis leagues, as well as adult pickleball leagues. Read more...
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    Governor Ducey Announces New Actions To Contain COVID-19

    Governor Doug Ducey yesterday announced additional actions to contain the spread of COVID-19, including the signing of an Executive Order that requires restaurants with indoor seating to operate at less than 50 percent capacity. Read more...
  4. Census Doorbell

    Census takers to begin visiting homes in August; Respond now and avoid the knock

    The 2020 Census is currently underway, and just over 66 percent of households in Surprise have responded to the survey. In August, U.S. Census Bureau workers will begin visiting homes to interview households that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census. Read more...
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