Surprise’s Marley Park still paying off 15 years later

The Marley Park sign welcomes visitors to Surprise’s signature development from Bullard Avenue. Mayor Skip Hall said the wall around the complex costs 40% more than other walls in Surprise. / Photo Jason Stone / Independent Newsmedia

By Jason Stone |

When Marley Park resident Mark McCall approached the Surprise City Council last week during consideration of its property tax rate hike, he had a question: Why do Marley Park residents pay more in property taxes to live in Surprise?

It was something several neighborhood residents asked the community’s developers at a community outreach meeting about the Marley Park Community Facilities District budget on May 26.

“We’re not opposed to paying for the community and paying back the bonds that we’re contractually obligated to,” McCall told the council a week later at the CFD budget meeting on June 4.


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