General Community Information (3)
Marley Park is conveniently accessed from the Loop 101, Loop 303 and Grand Avenue approximately 20 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix. The community is bounded by Waddell Road to the north, Cactus Road to the south, and Reems Road and Litchfield Road to the west and east. Marley Park can be accessed via Bell Road, which is the primary thoroughfare for Surprise, Arizona. Get directions to Marley Park.
Approximately 956 acres, 416 of which are planned for Phases I and II.
Marley Park is about feeling at home not just inside your home, but also within your entire neighborhood. The special Community Plan is based upon conscious, genuine, grass-roots participation.
New Homes (2)
The community is approved for approximately 3,700 homes to be released in phases. Within our first two phases are more than 1,200 lots.
Marley Park features classic architectural styles including: Bungalow, Cottage, Craftsman, Monterey, Spanish, Territorial, Ranch and Traditional. A unique range of housing choices and floor plans are also available including single-family homes, attached homes and courtyard homes.
Amenities, Services and Operations (6)
Marley Park does not have a golf course within the community. However, there are several public golf courses conveniently located nearby.
Marley Park offers residents a variety of amenities, including a centrally located 45-acre public-use education and recreation parks complex that includes: Heritage Park, Marley Park Elementary School, as well as The Heritage Club, a series of unique neighborhood parks, the Arbor Walk, a community intranet and a neighborhood marketplace. Additional amenities include:
• 1,600-seat open-air amphitheater
• Lighted baseball and soccer fields
• Community rose garden
• Adventure play areas
• Community pool
There is no fitness center scheduled at this time. Marley Park is designed as a pedestrian-friendly community, and the Arbor Walk can be used for walking, biking, or running, and the numerous neighborhood parks provide outdoor recreation spaces, as well. Fitness classes are sometimes held at the Heritage Club as well.
Southwest Gas, APS, Cox and City of Surprise water and wastewater
The trees are maintained by the Community Life Team. Throughout the neighborhoods, water for the trees is drawn from the homeowners’ water source. Maintenance of ground cover in front of homes is the responsibility of the homeowners.
Parks and Arbor Walk (3)
Marley Park is using a computerized system (Maxicom) to support and maintain the community’s landscape. The Maxicom System is the latest technology available in water management systems. It automatically calculates the daily water needs of each landscape area, adjusting the amount of water use based on conditions such as humidity and other factors. The system also alerts operators to breaks or leaks in irrigation lines. The water system allows Marley Park to use the minimum amount of water necessary to maintain landscaping, providing tremendous water conservation benefits. Marley Park currently utilizes non-potable water through the Maricopa Water District.
Elementary and middle school students residing west of Bullard Ave will attend Marley Park Elementary School and students residing east of Bullard Ave will attend Luke Elementary School. All high school students will attend Dysart High School. Individual schools are subject to changes in attendance boundaries. Please contact Dysart Unified School District for more information.
Marley Park residents attend Dysart High School, located on Dysart Road just south of Cactus Road.
With a strong relationship with Dysart Unified School District, Marley Park celebrates lifelong learning, emphasizing the arts, technology and academic achievements.
Arizona state law allows students to apply for admission to any state public school, based on available classroom space. Open Enrollment applications are approved on a year-by-year basis with no guarantee of continued enrollment. While most campuses in the Dysart Unified School District will have space for Open Enrollment students, some campuses will have closed enrollment because of growing student populations.