Housing & Homelessness
Learn more about the different actions being taken to create affordable housing in Surrey.
The Social Plan, adopted by Council in 2006, identifies housing and homelessness as priority issues in Surrey. Throughout the region, housing affordability is becoming an increasing challenge, and homelessness is on the rise.
Affordable, appropriate and safe housing for everyone is a cornerstone of a healthy community.
Surrey Affordable Housing Strategy
The Surrey Affordable Housing Strategy focuses on purpose-built market and non-market rental housing.
Learn more about affordable housing and the City's Strategy.
Master Plan for Housing the Homeless in Surrey
Surrey's Master Plan for Housing the Homeless identifies and respond to the needs for long-term housing and support for homeless people, or at-risk of becoming homeless.
Learn more about Surrey's homeless population and the City's Plan.
New Supportive Housing
The City is partnering with the Province of BC, the Government of Canada and non-profit housing providers to develop several new supportive housing projects.
Learn more about new supportive housing sites planned for Surrey.
Housing Needs Report
In 2020-21, we began creating a Surrey Housing Needs Report. The Report will help us better understand current and future housing needs in Surrey.
Learn more about the Surrey Housing Needs Report and get involved.
Get access to free or low-cost community services in Surrey, including housing and homelessness resources, via Surrey Libraries.