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Parks Projects

We are continually working to ensure our parks and trails are well-designed and maintained to meet the needs of our growing community. This includes the creation of new parks, as well as the improvement of existing parks. We also host open houses throughout the year to get community feedback.  

Park Development Projects

Name Address Community Project Details
Recently Completed
Godwin Farm Biodiversty Preserve  9016 164 St Fleetwood New natural area park - opened May 27, 2017
Wills Brook Park 2955 - 160 St South Surrey New dog off-leash park - opened May 20, 2017
Oak Meadows Park 16271 - 22 Ave South Surrey New neighbourhood park - opened June 10, 2017
Under Construction
Bose Forest Park 16441 - 62 Ave Cloverdale New community level nature park, opening Fall 2017
Forsyth Park 10632 - 139 St City Centre New neighbourhood park and dog off-leash area opening Fall 2017
Cloverdale Athletic Park 6330 168 Street Cloverdale

New artificial turf field and practice area, new field house and water park renovation

South Surrey Athletic Park 14600 - 20 Ave South Surrey New water park and playground in 2017. New Rugby field house
Walnut Park 16175 - 80A Ave Fleetwood Improvements to existing park, including a new bridge, pathways and a future playground
West Village Park 10357 - 133 St City Centre New neighbourhood mini-park opening in 2018
In Planning & Design
Nicomekl Riverfront Park South side of Nicomekl River South Surrey Planning for new pedestrian connections and public art along the Nicomekl Riverfront.
The Glades Garden Park 561 172 St South Surrey New feature gardens, parking lot, washrooms and main park entrance
Fraser View Park 16050 112 Ave Guildford Planning for a new dog off-leash area
Mountain View Park 15901 Mountain View Dr. South Surrey In detailed design for a new neighbourhood mini-park opening in 2018
Fergus Watershed Biodiversity Preserve 1277 168 St South Surrey Building trails, bridges and a new parking lot
Hawthorne Rotary Park 10513 144 St North Surrey New Master Plan for new and improved park amenities and enhanced natural areas

For more information about our long-term objectives review our parks and recreation plans and strategies, or find out where a park is going to be located in your neighbourhood by reviewing land use plans and policies.

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