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Population Estimates & Projections

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Population estimates and projections allow businesses, social agencies, government, and other service providers to plan for future growth in the community.

Explore population estimates and projections for the City of Surrey, its 6 communities and the City Centre.

Population Estimates 2004 to 2014

Surrey's population has grown significantly between 2004 and 2014. During these 10 years, the city's population has increased by over 100,000 residents. Estimates are based on a combination of Surrey's building permit data and BC Assessment information.

Population Projections 2015 to 2046

Surrey's population is projected to increase by over 300,000 people in the next 3 decades.

Based on current projections, Surrey will have a population approaching 1 in 4 residents of Metro Vancouver around the year 2046. These projections are prepared by the Planning and Development Department.



  1. Population estimates are based on December of each year.
  2. Population figures include an undercount estimate that results in higher population estimates.