Clayton Heights

This map (Map-1) shows where boundaries for the “Clayton Corridor” have been established in two general areas north of Fraser Highway, one encompassing the area from about 180th Street down to 186th Street, and another from both Hillcrest Village and Clayton Crossing shopping centres down to Fraser Highway and 64th Avenue. (Image via City of Surrey)

City approves initial phase of Clayton Corridor Plan

Skytrain Stations proposed for 184th and 190th Streets in Clayton

 

Students at Hazelgrove Elementary jump during a school skip-a-thon May 20. Money raised at the skip-a-thon went to support Ukraine. (Photo submitted: Jill Payne)

Kids raise nearly $10K for Ukraine

Hazelgrove Elementary students raise money for charity

 

The City of Surrey has won an excellence award for the Clayton Community Centre. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

City of Surrey wins excellence award for Clayton Community Centre

Surrey won the ‘Facility Excellence Award’ for community centre

 

The crowds enjoyed plenty of sunshine at the 2019 Clayton Community Festival, held in Clayton Heights on May 11. The festival is returning in 2022 after a two-year, COVID-caused hiatus. (Black Press Media file photo)

Clayton Community Festival to return May 14

Popular festival returns after two-year absence

The crowds enjoyed plenty of sunshine at the 2019 Clayton Community Festival, held in Clayton Heights on May 11. The festival is returning in 2022 after a two-year, COVID-caused hiatus. (Black Press Media file photo)
Judy and Bob Barlow found a budgie outside in the cold in Clayton Heights. Now the couple is trying to find the bird’s owners. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Clayton couple looking for bird owner

Bob and Judy Barlow found a budgie in their yard

Judy and Bob Barlow found a budgie outside in the cold in Clayton Heights. Now the couple is trying to find the bird’s owners. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Wayne Hardy’s 2022 utility bill. Hardy said his bill has gone up compared to last year. (Photo submitted: Wayne Hardy)

Cloverdale man questioning utilities bill

Clayton resident hoping for explanation about sewer and water rate increase

Wayne Hardy’s 2022 utility bill. Hardy said his bill has gone up compared to last year. (Photo submitted: Wayne Hardy)
Sienna Simms (clockwise from top left), Regan Arlitt, Madison McPeake, and Sienna Grandia helped install this “free” pantry in Clayton. The girls, all 1st Clover Ridge Pathfinders, installed two pantries in the area with the help of the United Way’s Sabrina Melhorn. (Photo submitted: Sherri McPeake)

Girls from the 1st Clover Ridge Pathfinders install free food pantries in Clayton

Pathfinders help put up two free food pantries in Clayton Heights

Sienna Simms (clockwise from top left), Regan Arlitt, Madison McPeake, and Sienna Grandia helped install this “free” pantry in Clayton. The girls, all 1st Clover Ridge Pathfinders, installed two pantries in the area with the help of the United Way’s Sabrina Melhorn. (Photo submitted: Sherri McPeake)
The Clayton Community Centre is seen Jan. 26, 2021. The rec. centre was recently awarded a bronze medal for its architectural design. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Clayton Community Centre wins architecture award

Centre awarded bronze for ‘exemplary sports and leisure architecture’

The Clayton Community Centre is seen Jan. 26, 2021. The rec. centre was recently awarded a bronze medal for its architectural design. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Clayton resident Greg MacRae planted this “lawn art” to protest the proposed changes to the Surrey sign bylaw and to spark a conversation about it among residents. (Photo submitted)

Cloverdale resident hoping to spark change with new ‘lawn art’

Greg MacRae is pushing back against the city’s amended sign bylaw

Clayton resident Greg MacRae planted this “lawn art” to protest the proposed changes to the Surrey sign bylaw and to spark a conversation about it among residents. (Photo submitted)
Students at Clayton Heights Secondary School prepare donation bags for the 14th annual “Halloween For Hunger” donation drive. (Photo submitted: Sarah Daintrey)

Clayton Heights Secondary launches annual ‘Halloween For Hunger’ event

Students to collect items for Fraser Valley Regional Food Bank

Students at Clayton Heights Secondary School prepare donation bags for the 14th annual “Halloween For Hunger” donation drive. (Photo submitted: Sarah Daintrey)
Surrounded by city councillors, Mayor Doug McCallum cuts a ribbon to officially open the Clayton Community Centre Oct. 16. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

City of Surrey officially opens Clayton Community Centre

Rec. centre has been open since February

Surrounded by city councillors, Mayor Doug McCallum cuts a ribbon to officially open the Clayton Community Centre Oct. 16. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
The concept plan for park “58B” in Clayton is seen in this image from the City of Surrey. The city notes 72 Avenue will be widened at some point in the future. (Screenshot via City of Surrey)
The concept plan for park “58B” in Clayton is seen in this image from the City of Surrey. The city notes 72 Avenue will be widened at some point in the future. (Screenshot via City of Surrey)
Alia Rashid. (Submitted)

Clayton Heights student wins Beedie Luminaries scholarship

Alia Rashid says scholarship award ‘is such a blessing’

Alia Rashid. (Submitted)
Self portrait, Joon Sohn. (Submitted)

Salish Secondary student wins Beedie Luminaries scholarship

Community service work with war veterans helped Sohn win scholarship

Self portrait, Joon Sohn. (Submitted)
A 12-year-old girl was harassed by four boys at Clayton Park April 5. Police say an investigation is underway. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

12-year-old girl harassed at Clayton Park April 5

Girl was surrounded by four boys

A 12-year-old girl was harassed by four boys at Clayton Park April 5. Police say an investigation is underway. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Alberta RCMP arrested Clayton Heights woman Alexandra Beckow in March after she allegedly scammed people out of more than $250,000. (Black Press Media file photo)

Surrey woman arrested for selling fraudulent travel vouchers

Police say Clayton woman defrauded victims out of more than $250K

Alberta RCMP arrested Clayton Heights woman Alexandra Beckow in March after she allegedly scammed people out of more than $250,000. (Black Press Media file photo)
Maddaugh Elementary School is set to open March 29. (Image via Twitter from @DaveRiley36.)

Maddaugh Elementary to open in Clayton Heights

School to welcome new students March 29

Maddaugh Elementary School is set to open March 29. (Image via Twitter from @DaveRiley36.)
RCMP are looking for “an unknown man who wrapped his arms around” a female youth in Clayton Feb. 26. (Black Press file photo)

Youth assaulted by unknown man in Cloverdale

Mounties looking for ‘tall and thin’ Caucasian man in his 40’s with short dark brown hair

RCMP are looking for “an unknown man who wrapped his arms around” a female youth in Clayton Feb. 26. (Black Press file photo)
The City of Surrey is currently working through the initial phase for a park that’ll be built at 72 Avenue and 191 Street in Clayton. (Image via City of Surrey)

City of Surrey wants Clayton residents to provide input on new park

City asking for ideas on naming the park, park amenities, and more

The City of Surrey is currently working through the initial phase for a park that’ll be built at 72 Avenue and 191 Street in Clayton. (Image via City of Surrey)
Construction on the main foyer at the soon-to-be opened Clayton Community Centre. (Photo courtesy of HCMA Architecture + Design)

Clayton Community Centre opening delayed again

City says Provincial Health Order reason for latest delay

Construction on the main foyer at the soon-to-be opened Clayton Community Centre. (Photo courtesy of HCMA Architecture + Design)