Read the latest press releases, notices, updates and articles from the City of Surrey.
Working in partnership with Transport Canada, the City of Surrey will be removing derelict boats on the Nicomekl River in South Surrey.
Surrey has drafted an accessibility action plan with the aim to identify, remove and prevent barriers to individuals working in or interacting with the City of Surrey.
Keep safe during heat waves with ways to stay cool and find shade. Learn how to identify and prevent heat-related illnesses to protect yourself and others.
1,614 bags of litter, 1,603 dumped items disposed of during two-week blitz in Surrey.
The City of Surrey is taking increased steps towards a greener future with the launch of a city-wide campaign to promote and educate residents about proper recycling practices across Surrey.
With a heat warning in effect, the City of Surrey has public spaces to stay cool and tips on how to spot the signs of heat exhaustion.
After 26 years of dedicated service, including the past 9 years as City Manager, Vincent Lalonde has decided to retire from the City of Surrey.
The success of our arenas is a testament to the dedicated staff members who work tirelessly to offer access to top-notch facilities, diverse programming and exceptional service.
During its Regular Council Meeting last week, Surrey City Council approved a $14.5M contract to Graham Construction and Engineering for envelope and interior finishes for the Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex.
Get your event, project, or initiative supported through the City of Surrey Cultural Grants Program. If you’re a non-profit organization planning an arts or cultural event or activity in Surrey, you are invited to apply for a grant of up to $25,000.