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Love Where You Live

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Keeping Our City Clean and Beautiful.

Love Where You Live is Surrey’s beautification and clean-up initiative. Learn about ways to get involved in keeping Surrey beautiful and clean. Whether you want to clean your street, neighbourhood, park or school, we have resources to help you get it done safely.

20-Minute Challenge

We challenge all residents, businesses, schools and community groups to roll up your sleeves to keep Surrey beautiful and clean. Check out the links below to find the resources and information to get involved in your neighbourhood.

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Get Involved

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Love Your Neighbourhood

Organize a Neighbourhood Clean-Up with support from the City.

Volunteers cleaning up street with yellow bags and garbage pickers

Love Your Street

Find out how you can adopt a street through Surrey's Adopt-a-Street program.

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Love Your Parks

Find resources and opportunities to get involved in your local parks and natural areas.

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Love Your School

Show your school some love with a one-time cleanup event or the ongoing Lend a Hand Program.

Love Your Block

At your next block party, why not organize a neighbourhood cleanup as well? Learn how to host a block party in your neighbourhood.

Upcoming Events

Drop N' Swap Event

Clothing Swap Event

Attend our free clothing, housewares and sports equipment Swap Event!

October 19, 2019

Surrey Youth Stewardship Squad Events

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Join a community of youth volunteers who protect and care for our urban forest.

November 2 to December 7, 2019

Nature Work Parties

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Get your hands dirty removing invasive plants to help enhance your park.

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City Beautification

Work with your neighbourhood and the City of Surrey to create spaces that promote community pride.

Community Engagement

Get involved in your community by volunteering, leading a neighbourhood project or attending events.