Explore Surrey's town centres and find out what each has to offer.
As a large and geographically diverse city, Surrey is made up of six communities, including Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey and Whalley (City Centre).
Credit: Crescent Beach in South Surrey
City Centre in North Surrey is transforming into a walkable, transit-oriented downtown core. It is a great mix of business, cultural and entertainment activities. City Centre is home to Surrey City Hall, Simon Fraser University and Kwantlan Polytechnic University. It is serviced by four SkyTrain stations. You'll also find Holland Park nearby, home of our annual Fusion Festival.
A mix of historic and newer neighbourhoods, Cloverdale is where the past and future meet. In Cloverdale you will find the Museum of Surrey, a historic main street, and athletic parks. The community is also home to the annual Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair. It also hosts Western Canada's biggest Canada Day celebration.
Centrally located, Fleetwood is Surrey's newest town centre. This primarily residential neighbourhood has plenty of parks, restaurants, shopping, and recreation. Fleetwood is home to the Fleetwood Community Centre and the Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex. Fleetwood Park is also nearby, featuring beautiful gardens and a walkable labyrinth.
Located in east of City Centre, Guildford is a growing residential neighbourhood. In Guildford you will find two large recreation centres and the second largest shopping centre in the province. It's all supported by plenty of restaurants and nature trails. Also enjoy views of the Port Mann bridge and Fraser River along the northern edge of the community.
Newton is a culturally diverse community and is the most populous town centre in Surrey. Here you will find the Newton Cultural Centre, Newton Seniors Centre, and the future Newton Community Centre. Newton is also home to the Bell Performing Arts Centre, a large accessible playground, and coastal views. Each year, more than 400,000 visit Newton for one of the largest Vaisakhi Parades outside India.
South Surrey offers amazing coastal and mountain views. In South Surrey you will find Crescent Beach, tall trees, and two border crossings to the United States. South Surrey is full of artists, watersport enthusiasts, and athletes who frequent the South Surrey Athletic Park. You'll also find plenty of heritage sites in the area, including Historic Stewart Farm.
One of Surrey's oldest neighbourhoods, Whalley surrounds City Centre in North Surrey. It features Bear Creek Park with the nearby Surrey Arts Centre, as well as Whalley Athletic Park. Whalley is home to emerging commercial and residential high rises. Here you will also find research facilities, a bustling transit hub, and plenty of walkable shopping centres.