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The City of Surrey is offering many free programs during Culture Days, designed to connect people with the arts and heritage.
Through photos, audio recordings, film and more, Surrey Archives will provide snapshots of Newton’s history.
The City of Surrey is observing National Day of Truth and Reconciliation as a statutory holiday, with some City services operating at modified levels.
Celebrating food, music and culture virtually in participation with Culture Days
Two of five planned artificial turf improvement projects now complete
Discover the latest Community Treasures Installment at Museum of Surrey
Fall is a beautiful time of year in Surrey. Whether you are looking to get cozy at home, learn a new skill or explore the seasonal colors outdoors, we have some great fall activities planned for you and your family.
"For a city that is home to close to 600,000 people, rapid transit is long overdue and is of critical need now."
Sensory friendly spaces are calm and quiet areas designed to create a supportive environment for individuals who have autism spectrum disorder, anxiety or other sensory processing needs.
Pursuant to Sections 26 and 94 of the Community Charter S.B.C. 2003, Chapter 26, as amended, the City of Surrey hereby gives notice of the intention to dispose of a partial interest in the following City Land
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