On-street parking regulations are an important tool to ensure the safe and efficient movement of pedestrians, cyclists, public transit and motorists. "No Parking" and "No Stopping" zones on City streets provide visibility of pedestrians, visibility of traffic control devices, emergency vehicle access, safe traffic operation of cars, pedestrians, cyclists, and transit, and sufficient road width for vehicle passage.
Where these objectives permit, on-street parking is allowed. On local roads where road width permits, the majority of residents support a change in parking regulations and safety is not impacted, the Engineering Department is flexible in managing the parking to suit the desires of the residents.
Highway and Traffic By-law No. 13007
The City of Surrey's Highway and Traffic Bylaws.
Make a parking complaint by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 604-591-4352.
General information on parking and commercial vehicle regulations.
Learn the parking regulations on City of Surrey roads.
Pay your Surrey-issued parking ticket online, by phone, mail or in person, or learn how to dispute a parking ticket.
Become familiar with the parking regulations in residential back lanes.
a Heavy Commercial Vehicle is any vehicle with a licensed gross vehicle weight over 5000 Kilograms
Find permitted truck parking facilities in Surrey.
Get locations for on-street pay parking in Surrey, and learn how to use the pay parking stations.
Parking Frequently Asked Questions