Read the latest press releases, notices, updates and articles from the City of Surrey.
Permit Processing Continues to Improve in Surrey
Improvements in approval processes providing an impact on community access to housing
Statement from the Mayor: the passing of a Surrey Police Officer
$520,000 in grants approved for Surrey arts, cultural and community groups
City Council has approved nearly $520,000 in grants to support Surrey’s arts, cultural and community organizations, pending final adoption of the 2023 budget.
City of Surrey Recognized as One of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for 12th Year in a Row
The City of Surrey has been named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for the 12th consecutive year.
Surrey Completes Public Engagement Ahead of 2023 Draft Budget
Public outreach results in over 5,700 web and open house visits and 3,300 survey responses.
Statement from the Mayor: Policing in Surrey
Black History Month in Surrey
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.
How Preschool Instills the ABCs of Life
While every child is unique and possesses individual needs, the right preschool program can benefit the vast majority of children, enhancing social skills, narrowing developmental gaps and reinforcing structure in their young lives.
Surrey Council improves public input through establishment of Select Committees
Surrey Council approved the establishment of 7 Select Committees during its Regular Council Meeting on Monday.
Report Sheds Light on Urgent Need for Affordable Housing for Indigenous Residents in Surrey
The report shows that at least 635 Indigenous individuals are estimated to have experienced homelessness in Surrey in the 2020 regional count.