City Asks Surrey Residents to Provide Feedback on Draft Clayton Corridor Plan
The City of Surrey has launched a new phase of engagement for the Clayton Corridor Plan. Starting today, residents, businesses and community partners are invited to complete a survey to provide feedback on the stage 1 draft plan.
Surrey, BC – The City of Surrey has launched a new phase of engagement for the Clayton Corridor Plan. Starting today, residents, businesses and community partners are invited to complete a survey to provide feedback on the stage 1 draft plan. The draft plan represents a key milestone in the project and reflects over a year of community engagement.
“The Clayton Corridor, once complete, will realize the goal of better connecting Surrey to Langley and Downtown Vancouver as our city continues to grow over the next 30 years,” said Mayor Brenda Locke. “A huge thank you to our community, including our Clayton youth, for giving your valuable feedback over the last year and helping envision your future Surrey.”
The Clayton Corridor is located along Fraser Highway and includes parts of East and West Clayton, and North Cloverdale. The area will be home to two future SkyTrain stations at 184 and 190 Streets. The plan will support the extension of the Expo Line SkyTrain to Langley and will better connect Clayton with the rest of Surrey and the Lower Mainland.
The Clayton Corridor Plan includes several distinct features:
- A new community village (Clayton Centre) around the 190 Street SkyTrain station;
- A secondary urban village (Hillcrest Village) around the 184 Street SkyTrain station;
- New and expanded parks and additional protected natural areas; and
- New and enhanced roads, cycle tracks, walkways and paths, making it easier to move around.
Feedback from this round of engagement will be used to refine the plan prior to bringing a stage 1 draft plan forward for Council consideration later this year. From there, the planning process will shift into the second stage of work, which includes a review of utility and infrastructure, financing, urban design and other supportive policies. The final plan is expected to be ready for public review in 2024.
Learn more about the draft plan and take the survey at surrey.ca/claytoncorridor. The survey is open until August 4.