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South Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm reopened to the public February 2, offering multiple ways to experience the site at 13723 Crescent Rd.
One of the major infrastructure projects noted in the throne speech is the Surrey-Langley SkyTrain expansion.
The City of Surrey has begun construction to widen and upgrade the existing rubberized walking loop in Kabaddi Park.
Get excited about exercising and sign up for a fitness class in Surrey!
The Surrey Mobilization and Resiliency Table (SMART) reached its 500th intervention in January, marking a major milestone in the history of the program.
Let's come together to celebrate and learn about the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse country it is today.
Surrey City Council approved the adoption of Campbell Heights Biodiversity Preserve Park protecting more than 82.4 hectares (200 acres) of sensitive riparian ecosystems, mixed forests and grassy meadows.
At Monday’s regular Council meeting, City Council approved nearly $500,000 in grants that will benefit Surrey’s arts, cultural and community organizations.
Surrey City Council have adopted a name and the design concept for a new neighborhood park entering the design phase in Clayton Heights.
A survey to improve digital inclusion, engagement and access to relevant services while increasing awareness of digital resources in Surrey.
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