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The park improvements are being planned for Park Site H (58B Neighbourhood Park) located within the Clayton Heights neighbourhood.
The City of Surrey Community Safety section and a group of Surrey youth launched a social media video campaign to stop non-consensual distribution of intimate images, a form of cyberbullying.
All trees are $20. Varieties include maples, dogwoods, magnolias and assorted fruit trees.
The project development has been guided by ongoing consultation with the Katzie, Kwantlen and Semiahmoo First Nations and best practices for carving venues.
With Council’s endorsement of the City’s Electric Vehicle Strategy at last night’s Council meeting, a framework has been put in place to accelerate and expand EV use in Surrey.
The Newton Canadian Baseball Association is welcoming children under the age of nine to register for free.
City staff to begin work immediately on a bylaw for Council approval
With today’s bylaw approval by the provincial government, the City of Surrey will start finalizing its plan to ban plastic checkout bags, foam cups and takeout containers.
In celebration of this year’s Heritage Week, the City invites the public to safely explore the theme of “Where do you find heritage?”