Surrey Open Data
Surrey’s Open Data Program is one component of our ongoing efforts to be an open, transparent and accessible government. Open Data is the idea that certain data should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions. The goal of open data is:
to empower citizens,
to help small businesses,
to enable socio-economic development (health care, education, economic productivity, and scientific research), which is accelerated by better access to data, or
to create value in some other positive unforeseen way.
Learn more about Surrey's Open Data Program from our Frequently Asked Questions, including "Is personal information protected?', "What are the licence details?", and "Can I suggest a dataset?".
Browse, Preview and Download data from our Beta Open Data Catalogue by searching categories such as Environment, Transportation, Community Services, Finance, Infrastructure, Recreation & Culture, and many more!
Depending on your interests, you can design practical solutions for the City's specific challenges by developing applications, or doing research. To incorporate open data into your mobile app, mashup, or web map, explore our Developer Resources page.
Explore examples of how open data is being use in our Applications and Visualizations.
Surrey's open data is made freely available under the Open Government License