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  • 8 tons of snow, 525 pancakes and 120 American flags

    Eight tons of snow, 525 pancakes and 120 American flags are just a few of the elements that made for a spectacular Star-Spangled Celebration. Last weekend’s event, the ninth of this annual Marley Park tradition, brought more than 500 residents together to celebrate our nation’s independence.


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City of SurpriseSurprise accepting entries for inaugural Veterans Day Parade
The City of Surprise is looking for patriotic themed parade entries for its inaugural Veterans Day Parade, which will be held on Wednesday, November 11 at the Surprise Recreation Campus. The parade, which will honor the men and women in uniform who have selflessly served our country, will begin at 11 a.m. and run along Bullard Avenue.
DLC LogoLandscape News: July Landscape Happenings
Extreme triple digits have settled into the Valley, but up ahead is relief in the form of summer monsoon storms.
MPCA Seal for newsSummer Edition of Marley Park Matters
Read the latest edition of Marley Park Matters. You can also pick up a copy at the Heritage Club or Pool House.
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Community Updates

Marley Park

Please contact Kristen Fuller, Operations Coordinator at or 623-806-1525 to schedule a time to pick up your key fob.  The MPCA Operations Office is located at 13286 N. Founders Park Blvd.  

Community Emergencies

For community emergencies after hours that include incidents at the Heritage Club and Heritage Pool House that threaten loss of property without immediate action, please call 866-842-7570. For irrigation or landscape emergencies after hours, please call DLC Resources, Inc. at 602-241-1600. For all other emergencies, dial 911.