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City Centre: Building a New Downtown

Four Concord Pacific construction workers posing for a photo

Surrey City Centre is transforming into a walkable, transit-oriented downtown area for business, cultural, and entertainment activity. Already home to such landmarks as City Hall, City Centre Library, Simon Fraser University and Holland Park, over the next decade, City Centre will become an established downtown core where people want to live, work and play.

City Centre Development

Download the City Centre brochure for a full list of projects. Some recent City Centre developments include:

  • Innovation Boulevard
  • City Centre Library (77,000 sq. ft.)
  • New City Hall building (180,000 sq. ft.)
  • Performing Arts Centre (1600 seat capacity)
  • SFU expansion
  • Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
  • Covered Youth Park
  • Surrey Memorial Hospital expansion and new outpatient facility
  • Seniors' centre
  • RCMP E Division headquarters
  • Residential developments (CityPoint, Park Place, Quattro, etc.)

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City Centre Plan

Discover the vision and plans for City Centre to transform it into a vibrant downtown core.

City Hall

Visit Surrey City Hall at 13450 104 Ave in North Surrey.