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Surprise is a city located in central southwestern Arizona. It was founded in 1938 by Homer C. Ludden, a real estate developer and state legislator. He named the Arizona town after his hometown, Surprise, Nebraska. In the 1990s tens of thousands of retirees moved to Surprise to live in Sun City Grand, a resort-like retirement community with homes built by Del Webb. Today the population is comprised of a majority of people over the age of 45, perhaps due to the Sun City Grand population.

Population: 30848
Local Newspapers: Ahwatukee Foothills News Arizona Capitol Times The Arizona Republic The Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Rattlers Phoenix Coyotes Phoenix Mercury
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Zip Codes associated with surprise, arizona: 85374 85379
Towns/Cities near surprise, arizona : Sun City West El Mirage Wickenburg

Surprise News
Teens organize PHX 'March for our Lives' rally

She's not even old enough to vote, but 16-year-old Samantha Lekberg isn't letting that stop her from standing up for what she believes in. Lekberg, a sophomore at Willow Canyon High School in Surprise, is spearheading the Phoenix March For Our Lives, a national event taking place March 24th in cities all across the U.S. The event was organized by the survivors of the Parkland, Florida shooting.

Thank You

Once again we have discovered the sweetness of living in a small town where strangers become friends and friends become family.

Tentative deal reached over inmate death in jail run by Arpaio

The case is one of many lawsuits filed against Arpaio over the treatment of inmates in county jails during his 24 years as Phoenix's top law enforcer. Maricopa County Sherriff Joe Arpaio talks with media during a news conference announcing the opening of Tent City II in Phoenix, Tuesday, May 9, 1995.

Nick Madrigal's big day leads Oregon State Beavers' rout of New Mexico

Nick Madrigal went 4 for 4 with two RBIs and the No. 2 Oregon State Beavers routed the New Mexico Lobos 15-3 on Monday afternoon in Surprise, Arizona.

Gamethread: Oregon State Baseball vs New Mexico, Game 2

Oregon State and the Lobos are ready for round two in Surprise, AZ. Yesterday, OSU won their third game of the year beating Cal Poly 16-7.

Police: 80-year-old man missing in Surprise

Surprise police on Sunday asked for the public's help to locate an 80-year-old man who went missing Saturday night. Surprise police on Sunday asked for the public's help in locating an 80-year-old man who went missing Saturday night.

Lobo Baseball beats Cal Poly on Saturday 3-1

Coming off of a loss on Friday to #2 Oregon State the Lobos bounced back in Surprise, Arizona on Saturday taking out Cal Poly in Extra Innings 3-1. It was a tight game in day 2 for the Lobos, but great pitching and clutch hits down the stretch got them the win.

Gonzaga baseball falls just short of No. 2 Oregon State - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 PST

Trevor Larnach broke a 2-all tie by homering to lead off the eighth Saturday and the second-ranked Oregon State Beavers held off the Gonzaga Bulldogs 4-3 in nonconference baseball play in Surprise, Arizona. Gonzaga scored on a wild pitch in the ninth and left the potential tying run on third base.

Gamethread: Oregon State Baseball vs New Mexico, Game 1

OSU's season begins with the defending Mountain West regular season champions in Surprise, Arizona. If you haven't already, check out our preview of this weekend's action .

Why doesn't Phoenix have a 'stupid hiker' law?

In 2017, the city's fire department rescued 259 hikers, 95 of whom required a helicopter evacuation, so why doesn't Phoenix have a 'stupid hiker' law? A trail marker along the Picketpost Summit Trail to the top of Picketpost Mountain in the Tonto National Forest outside of Superior on November 13, 2017. It may be rainy and cool this weekend, but it's only a matter of time until Arizona's infamous dry heat envelopes the Valley, bringing with it a rise in mountain rescues.

Hikers stranded overnight in Superstition Mountains

Otis Ward of Surprise trail runs on the Willow Canyon Trail in the White Tank Mountain Regional Park outside Waddell on November 17, 2017. A hiker's footprint along the Tortuga Trail In the Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area outside of Cave Creek on November 14, 2017.

Surprise man spends thousands in probate court costs as he tries to help wife with dementia

A 75-year-old Surprise man wanting to help his wife with dementia says Maricopa County probate court costs siphoned a fourth of her retirement money. Many people want to avoid probate court if they can because they don't want to deal with the frustrations and cost of it.

4 home developments headed to Glendale as northwest Valley grows

Glendale faces a fairly unique issue in the West Valley - it's getting closer to running out of space. The developments come as part of what Realtor Nate Martinez describes as a "housing boom" in the northwest Valley, including Peoria and Surprise.

Royals Fantasy Camp looks awesome and I want to go there

If you never reached the big leagues, the Royals offer you the chance to feel like a big leaguers with their Royals Alumni Fantasy Camp, held each year before spring training in Surprise, Arizona. The camp just wrapped up, and it looks like this year's participants had a blast, with the chance to meet some of their favorite Royals stars and live like a Major Leaguer for a week.

West Valley first-responders learn de-escalation

Officer Jondrigus Fisher of the Tolleson Police Department, left, tries to intervene with volunteer Leslie Young, acting like a schizophrenic kidnapper, during a West Valley Crisis Intervention Team training session for first-responders. Officer Jondrigus Fisher of the Tolleson Police Department, left, tries to intervene with volunteer Leslie Young, acting like a schizophrenic kidnapper, during a West Valley Crisis Intervention Team training session for first-responders.

See who leads the race to fill Trent Franks' U.S. House seat

Former state lawmakers Debbie Lesko and Steve Montenegro lead a new poll in the Republican primary race to fill the U.S. House seat left open by Trent Franks' abrupt resignation last year.

PD: AZ man robs former employer 'out of spite'

Surprise police report that on January 26 they arrested Joshua Harris and Joe Edward Torres, both 26, for armed robbery. Police say four days earlier Harris, who was fired from Tropical Smoothie Cafe in December, gave the security code to Torres who entered the rear entrance of the store, just before closing time.

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