Any registered voter residing in Maricopa County can vote or drop-off a ballot at Surprise City Hall- Clerk’s Office, during the replacement ballot period and on Election Day.
The special election will determine the fate of a proposed $59.5 million bond to fund city projects in public safety, reducing traffic congestion and improving the city’s paved roads, according to the Surprise website.
Because City Hall will be a voting site, the hours for In-Person Replacement Ballot Voting and Ballot drop-off have changed from what was published in the July issue of Surprise Progress Magazine.
The following are updated dates/times:
Saturday October 28 – Tuesday, November 7: In-Person Replacement Ballot Voting period and Ballot Drop-Off. This includes Saturday and Sunday voting; 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (*extended hours on Election Day)
*Election Day, Tuesday, November 7: In-Person Voting and Ballot Drop-Off, 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
This is a Ballot by Mail Election only. Ballots will be mailed on October 11.
In Surprise, registered voters will consider three separate general obligation bond questions requesting bond funding for 10 projects in the areas of public safety, traffic congestion mitigation and pavement preservation.
The projects include a Public Safety Evidence & Readiness Center, a permanent fire station in north Surprise, a new fire station in the southeast part of the city, road improvements on Waddell, Greenway and Litchfield and a citywide pavement preservation program to fund major road repairs.
Surprise City Hall is located at 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza, Surprise, 85374.