Discover art throughout the City - in parks, along pathways, on SkyTrain pillars or historic main streets.
You'll find interactive and illuminated contemporary work, engraved boulders, mosaics, and even words and symbols formed in frost.
The Public Art Program began in May of 1998 when Surrey City Council adopted the Public Art Policy. The intent of this program is to explore and express the spirit, values, and ideals of the people of Surrey.
Over 50 artworks are completed and more are added every year at various sites throughout the City. Surrey's Public Art Program brings art into the daily lives of Surrey's citizens.
On March 15, 2011, the City of Surrey announced the implementation of the Private Development Public Art Program. Read more on the Private Development Public Art Program (PDF. New window.).
In May 2012, Council approved the adoption of a 5-Year Public Art Plan. See Surrey's Public Art Plan now. (PDF. New window.).
Interested in projects in development? Check out Current artist opportunities
Interested in our policy and the community advisors on our program? Check out the Public Art Policy and the Public Art Advisory Committee Terms of Reference.
Want to find where an artwork is near you? Check out our collection and its location: Public Art Projects and Locations