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The annual cost for a homeowner would be approximately per 0,000 in Limited Property Value (LPV).
Proposed Question #2: Voters in Surprise are asked to consider a .5 million street bond proposal to provide funds to plan, design, construct and improve Waddell, Greenway and Litchfield roads.
Surprise is most definitely growing and District 3 can personally attest to it.
We’ve recently approved the annexation of Magnolia Farms which was formerly Maricopa County land and many new developments are moving along.
The development is located west of Cotton Lane between Waddell Road and Cactus Road just south of the Sweetwater alignment.
The remaining parcels should follow shortly after that but at this time, we do not have a timeline.
There are so many exciting things happening in Surprise! We are rapidly approaching the end of our (FY) 2018 budget discussion.
At the City Council meeting on May 2, City Council adopted the tentative budget for the upcoming fiscal year (FY) 2018 in the amount of 6.9 million.
Proposed Question #1: Voters in Surprise are asked to consider a million public safety bond proposal to: build a Public Safety Evidence & Readiness Center; renovate an existing city facility into a Police Training Facility; acquire Land for Future Fire Station/Police Substation & Park; build a new Fire Station at Cactus and Litchfield roads; build a new Fire Station along 163rd Avenue, south of Happy Valley Road, to replace the current temporary station; and build a Public Works Operations Facility to centralize operations.
Sierra Montana Crossing – The developer has submitted a site plan for an 8,000 square foot multi-tenant retail shop building that will be facing Cotton Lane.