These projects and more than 20 others are part of the $428 million ‘Surrey Invests’ Capital Program.

Aug. 17, 2022 – The City is building new amenities throughout the City through the Surrey Invests Capital Program.

Walking tracks and turf fields have been made a priority, with numerous projects completed since June, including a new artificial turf field and rubberized walking loop at Newton Athletic Park. The new rubberized walking loop is the largest track in all of Surrey – and is one of the longest rubber tracks in B.C. 

A resurfaced athletic track and new artificial turf field has also opened in recent months at South Surrey Athletic Park, along with an upgraded walking loop and new volleyball courts opening at Newton’s Kabaddi Park.

“Council recognises the importance of providing opportunities for casual active recreation and competitive play." said Mayor Doug McCallum. "Walking loops are being upgraded and constructed throughout the City to create accessible recreation opportunities. These facilities will be well-used by local residents and families for years to come, allowing our citizens to stay active and creating opportunities for social engagement.”

Learn more about the ‘Surrey Invests’ Capital Program.