Surprise City Nov. 7th Bond Question 1 (Transportation Projects) - $66M

We've started to do analysis and are posting our questions and analysis and will seek out answers at the coming City Meetings--see our calendar below for times and places.


Nov. 7 Bond Analysis

Surprise City Nov. 7th Bond Question 2 (Public Safety Projects) - $34M

We've started to do analysis and are posting our questions and analysis and will seek out answers at the coming City Meetings--see our calendar below for times and places.


Nov. 7 Bond Analysis

Upcoming Events that can use Citizen Participation

This calendar of events is collaboratively shared by concerned citizens across the state of Arizona.

Check the information on the left, and if you can make it and/or sign up to speak, showing up matters. Thanks!

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January 23, 2023

The challenges facing two groups* of citizens on both sides of Maricopa County the past several months marks the genesis of Arizona's Voice.

We hope you'll join with us in this effort. has taken root and with your support we can grow across all of Maricopa County and across the state to provide the opportunity for everyone around the state to join in and participate in a common goal for giving the voice of the people the power it rightfully has in governing our state and local politics.

If you wish to be a part of our distribution group (called Arizona's Voice and managed via Google Groups--here's a direct link--where you can personally control your subscription and frequency of emails), please go to this form to provide at a minimum your email.

PRIVACY MATTERS: The administrators of Arizona's Voice can assure you that your information will not be improperly handled--neither sold to nor shared with any third parties that seek political gain, monetary gain, or have any other unrelated interest.

Arizona's Voice is by and for the people to amplify our voices back to our elected officials and public servants to remind them what matters to us, and from where their power is derived. After an election, many of them quickly forget in the face of special interests with influence, money, and power.

* The two groups that started this movement are the Voice of Surprise and the Voice of Chandler.

Jan. 26th UPDATE: Welcome visitors who attended Dominium's community meeting at Hamilton High School last night--we also welcome listeners of James T Harris who attended last night too and mentioned Arizona's Voice at about 6:50 and 8:30 am this morning on his 6-10 am weekday broadcast on KFYI AM 550 News Talk Radio.

Click here for info to Donate or Help at your local Food Bank -- the need is 4x what it was a year ago!!!

You might want to know a bit more about Dominium who will be building and managing these apartments proposed for Chandler and Surprise.

Learn more at

2nd & 4th Thursdays @9 pm Zoom calls: 
Starting Thursday, February 9 we'll plan to meet bi-monthly (2nd & 4th Thursdays) at 9 pm (so we can give our kids the evenings they deserve) while we begin to unite citizens from across the great State of Arizona to take on the challenges ahead presented by special interests and their flunkies--our local leaders who have forgotten Arizona's Voice. Meeting links will be posted here below at
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The struggle is real!

Click here for "The Facts" on the challenges the citizens of Surprise (current & future) face.

Surprise Citizens are uniting as a community to drive Dominium to provide a better alternate proposal for their future residents with lower density and more amenities--instead they wish to exploit an accidental loophole in the 2008 PAD and maximize their profit under Section 42 and LIHTC with a whopping 21 units per acre--that's way above anything this City has ever seen--just to maximize profits with no consideration for the safety, comfort, and living experience of its future residents. This kind of density will be dangerous to public safety and emergency response and there are no plans to add more schools which are already overcrowded in our area.

On August 16th (
thanks to those who showed up) our City of Surprise Leaders said yes to Dominium. This was met with a resounding support of 5000+ residents for a referendum to STOP IT but the city has refused to proceed claiming an error in the application--which is not grounds under Arizona statutes for stopping a referendum, and the Maricopa Court of Appeals is currently reviewing the case. 

On Jun 16th the P&Z Commission Meeting (thanks to those who attended) said they couldn't vote against this because the law didn't let them.

You can still contact your Surprise City Council Member, and let them know that the people of Surprise will no longer tolerate our leadership not listening to us. Get your neighbors and friends involved to send a clear message back to City Hall that their power and authority lies with us, the people.

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What has Dominium been saying about YOU and our Surprise City Leaders? The Phoenix Business Journal tells us...

Despite Dominium grossly abusing an unintended loophole allowing them under the 2008 PAD Zoning to put have 15-21 units per acre, they are pushing the max at 21.

"Despite our best efforts to work with the community, we feel the city has created roadblocks to us utilizing the existing PAD zoning and that we are not being treated equitably compared to other projects with similar PAD zoning approvals from the same era," [Owen] Metz [of Dominium] said. "Instead, the city's actions appear to be more of a direct response to strong NIMBYism — not the fair and equitable application of zoning laws."

"Dominium hitting glitches with Surprise" by Angela Gonzalez - Phoenix Business Journal

This video was posted when the first proposal came in 2021