City of Surrey

South Surrey’s Darts Hill Garden Park has re-opened to drop-in visits . (City of Surrey photo)

Drop-in visits allowed again at South Surrey’s Darts Hill Garden

Popular park returning to pre-pandemic operation, City of Surrey announced

 

With a little help from some young Surrey residents, Mayor Doug McCallum cuts the ribbon at the official opening of Edgewood Park in South Surrey. (City of Surrey photo)

Edgewood Park officially opens in South Surrey

City’s newest greenspace located at 2284 165 St.

 

An Envirowest Consultants graphic details proposed variances sought at the South Surrey property. (City of Surrey planning report graphic)

South Surrey congregation eyes 8,700-square-metre open-air pavilion

Report notes Science of the Soul would only use the structure two days per year

 

Surrey City Councillor Brenda Locke announces her intention to run for mayor on Wednesday, July 21 in Surrey. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

If elected mayor, Brenda Locke says she will bring Surrey policing transition to ‘screeching halt’

Her Surrey Connect slate adding Sebastian Sajda to its team of council candidates for 2022

Surrey City Councillor Brenda Locke announces her intention to run for mayor on Wednesday, July 21 in Surrey. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Cloverdale BIA president Dean Moore and City of Surrey Film Liaison Officer James Monk received a cheque for $10,000 from the Scriptures Productions Inc. that will go towards the redevelopment of Hawthorne Square. The Scriptures gave the community donation to the BIA after they wrapped filming in Cloverdale after seven months. (Submitted)

BIA gets $10,000 to help redevelop Hawthorne Square

Money donated by the Scriptures Productions Inc. after filming ‘Peacemaker’ in Cloverdale for last seven months

Cloverdale BIA president Dean Moore and City of Surrey Film Liaison Officer James Monk received a cheque for $10,000 from the Scriptures Productions Inc. that will go towards the redevelopment of Hawthorne Square. The Scriptures gave the community donation to the BIA after they wrapped filming in Cloverdale after seven months. (Submitted)
A seniors’ campus, with townhouses and a care facility, is proposed for 228 175A St. (Pixabay photo)

Seniors’ campus eyed for site near South Surrey border

Council supports redesignating employment lands for the residential use

A seniors’ campus, with townhouses and a care facility, is proposed for 228 175A St. (Pixabay photo)
The City of Surrey says Campbell Heights saw more than $72 million in new construction and improvements in the first five months of 2021. (Nick Greenizan file photo)

Industrial construction ‘booming’ in North Campbell Heights: city

Surrey working with 34 companies looking to potentially locate in the area

The City of Surrey says Campbell Heights saw more than $72 million in new construction and improvements in the first five months of 2021. (Nick Greenizan file photo)
City of Surrey’s Love Where You Live cleanup campaign is reducing the amount of trash strewn about the community, including litter and large items that have been illegally dumped. (Contributed photo)

City of Surrey’s Love Where You Live clean-up campaign hits halfway mark

Still time to participate and be entered in a draw for backyard barbecue prize pack

  • Jul 17, 2021
City of Surrey’s Love Where You Live cleanup campaign is reducing the amount of trash strewn about the community, including litter and large items that have been illegally dumped. (Contributed photo)
Traffic flows along 192 Street south of 24 Avenue in the South Campbell Heights neighbourhood. The City of Surrey is seeking to re-designate 600 acres south of 20 Avenue, between approximately 186 and 196 Streets to employment lands, and to expand the urban containment boundary. A public hearing is set for July 26

‘Lengthy’ public hearings anticipated for Surrey’s South Campbell Heights, Harmony

Surrey is only Metro city with room to rezone for industry: council

Traffic flows along 192 Street south of 24 Avenue in the South Campbell Heights neighbourhood. The City of Surrey is seeking to re-designate 600 acres south of 20 Avenue, between approximately 186 and 196 Streets to employment lands, and to expand the urban containment boundary. A public hearing is set for July 26
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COLUMN: Surrey has far to go in its relationship with First Nations

City’s deep Indigenous roots are barely visible

  • Jul 15, 2021
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Surrey’s water supply continues to be ‘safe and clean’ to drink, annual report says

Surrey has the longest water distribution network in B.C.

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Surrey City Hall. (File photo)

New Surrey hospital gets a permit approved

Surrey council approved a variance permit to KPU related to the hospital

Surrey City Hall. (File photo)
Map of the Cloverdale Fairgrounds. (Image via City of Surrey)

Cloverdale Rodeo Association will no longer run Fairgrounds

City of Surrey to take over Cloverdale Fairgrounds operation

Map of the Cloverdale Fairgrounds. (Image via City of Surrey)
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Surrey raises sewer utility rate charge

The increase will take effect Jan. 1, 2022

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SkyTrain Surrey, end of the line, for now. (File photo)

Council approves $5.3 million contract for early work on Surrey SkyTrain expansion

Surrey city staff recommended B&B contracting be awarded contract to widen Fraser Highway from 96th Avenue to 148th Street

SkyTrain Surrey, end of the line, for now. (File photo)
A contract for improvements to the 32 Avenue and Highway 99 interchange is to be considered by Surrey council July 12, 2021. (City of Surrey graphic)

32 Avenue interchange improvements on City of Surrey’s radar

Council to consider $3.4-million contract for work aimed at easing congestion

A contract for improvements to the 32 Avenue and Highway 99 interchange is to be considered by Surrey council July 12, 2021. (City of Surrey graphic)
Officials with A Rocha Canada’s Brooksdale Environmental Centre say Surrey council’s decision July 12 to move its draft South Campbell Heights plan forward was disappointing, but not surprising. (Tracy Holmes file photo)

UPDATE: Public hearing set for South Campbell Heights plan

River stewards’ petition passes 4,000-signature mark

Officials with A Rocha Canada’s Brooksdale Environmental Centre say Surrey council’s decision July 12 to move its draft South Campbell Heights plan forward was disappointing, but not surprising. (Tracy Holmes file photo)
A view of Surrey City Hall. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)

Surrey looks to select a Good Citizen 2021, honour volunteers

City council approved a corporate report on the subject July 12

A view of Surrey City Hall. (File photo: Tom Zytaruk)
Synthetic turf is installed at a field at South Surrey Athletic Park in 2005. Field No. 8 at the park will soon be converted from grass to turf, as well. (File photo)

South Surrey, Newton sports fields to be converted to turf

City of Surrey awards contracts for pair of athletic park projects

Synthetic turf is installed at a field at South Surrey Athletic Park in 2005. Field No. 8 at the park will soon be converted from grass to turf, as well. (File photo)
Ahmed Hussen, federal minister of families, children and social development with Surrey Centre MP Randeep Sarai (left) and Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum (right) at Wednesday presser. (Submitted photo)

Feds provide $13.8 M for Surrey affordable housing

It’s for 28 new homes, through the Major Cities Stream of the federal government’s Rapid Housing Initiative

Ahmed Hussen, federal minister of families, children and social development with Surrey Centre MP Randeep Sarai (left) and Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum (right) at Wednesday presser. (Submitted photo)