Read the latest press releases, notices, updates and articles from the City of Surrey.
The City of Surrey has commissioned a Police Transition Survey, conducted by polling firm Leger, that has found that just 29% Surrey residents want to continue with the Surrey Police Service transition, while 46% want to retain the RCMP.
Spring program registration will be staggered over two dates: Sunday, February 25 at 9pm for most programs, followed by Sunday, March 10 at 9pm for aquatics programs.
During its Regular Council Meeting Monday, Surrey City Council approved changes that exempt apartment buildings up to six stories and commercial/office buildings up to three stories from requiring Advisory Design Panel (ADP) review, provided they are supported by staff.
In a unanimous vote, Surrey City Council turned back the Surrey School District’s 10-year Capital Plan because it did not account for the new provincial legislation of Bills 44, 46 and 47.
The City of Surrey is excited to announce the return of Winter Ice Palace at Cloverdale Arena this month.
10262 - 133A Street, portion of 13381 - 102A Avenue, portion of road at 103 Avenue, and portion of lane adjacent to 10262 - 133A Street and 13381 - 102A Avenue.
Find details for an upcoming closure of City Hall.
The City of Surrey announced today that Council is moving the award-winning Surrey Anti-Gang Family Empowerment Program (SAFE) program into core City programming, after the five-year funding from Public Safety Canada concludes at the end of this month.
The Surrey Fire Service wants to remind everyone about the fire hazards that have the potential to cause home fires during the holiday season.
The City of Surrey has launched a new online platform called the Climate Action Tracker, making it easier for the public to stay up to date with Surrey’s climate action initiatives.