Surrey City Centre is the region’s emerging second downtown.
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Welcome to City Centre
Once a suburban town centre, this area has been the focus of significant residential and commercial development and transforming into a walkable, transit-oriented downtown core for business, culture and entertainment. A new plan was endorsed by City Council in 2017 with a new vision for the transformation of the area.
City Centre is home to City Hall, Civic Plaza, the flagship City Centre Library, SFU Surrey, major shopping and recreational facilities, Surrey Memorial Hospital and Holland Park. It is also home to two Expo Line SkyTrain stations – Surrey Central and King George.
Amenities in City Centre
Location & Census Data
City Centre is book-ended between 132 Street and 140 Street to the west and east, and extends as far north as 112 Avenue and as far south as 94th Avenue.
In 2016, the population of City Centre was 26,945 and the majority of houses were low and high rise apartment units. Discover more City Centre census data in the Neighbourhood Profile for City Centre.