Natural walking trails, easy access to city centre and a growing residential development, Guildford continues to develop into a well-rounded community.
Welcome to Guildford
Guildford offers residents excellent recreational opportunities with Guildford and Fraser Heights Recreation Centres as well as 2 regional parks. Tynehead Regional Park offers natural walking trails and dog off leash areas, while Surrey Bend Regional Park provides access to the Fraser River for non-motorized boating activity.
Businesses is the area have easy access to the freeway and to Surrey City Centre.
Early settlement in Guildford occurred in the Township of Port Kells, established by Irish pioneers. which, in 1891, was connected by rail service to New Westminster. The opening of the Port Mann Bridge in 1964 brought increased development and people to the area. Since then, development has predominantly been centered around 152 Street and 104 Avenue around Guildford Town Centre Mall.
Location and Census Data
Guildford is located in the northeast corner of Surrey. The Fraser River surrounds the northern edge of the community with Whalley to the west, Langley to the east, and the southern border jogs from 96th down to 84th Avenue.
In 2016, the population of Guildford was 60,745 and single family homes remained the main type of housing. Discover more census data in the Neighbourhood Profile of Guildford.