Read the latest press releases, notices, updates and articles from the City of Surrey.
Surrey Council Approves Plan to Retain RCMP as Police of Jurisdiction
Staying with the RCMP will save $235M over the next 5 years.
Winter Ice Palace Returns December 17 With New Registration Process
Back for its 23rd year, the event will feature magical lights, festive decorations, cheerful music and more from December 17, 2022, to January 2, 2023.
Purchase Your Annual Recreation Pass Before January 31 and Enjoy an Added Bonus!
Those who buy their annual Recreation Pass before January 31, 2023, will receive an extra month free.
Surrey Introduces ‘Street Smart’ Pilot to Support People Experiencing Homelessness
The Surrey Street SMART program has been operating since September 2022 and involves Community Outreach Workers and Surrey Bylaw Enforcement Officers working together in City Centre to support community members experiencing homelessness and other complex challenges.
Surrey Opens Hygiene Facility With Washroom, Shower and Laundry Access to Support People Experiencing Homelessness
The City of Surrey is excited to announce the opening of the Healthy Living Complex of Care, a new temporary modular facility offering safe and dignified access to washroom, shower, laundry and respite services at the Cove Shelter site at 10607 King George Boulevard.
Give Back This Holiday Season!
The City of Surrey is inspiring residents to give back this season. Three trees have been decorated with donation boxes in the City Hall atrium to highlight three local charities: Surrey Christmas Bureau, Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society, and Surrey Food Bank.
Mayor Locke Attends Big City Mayors’ Caucus in Ottawa
Housing and essential infrastructure are top issues for Mayor Brenda Locke and the Big City Mayors’ Caucus who are meeting in Ottawa.
Surrey Council Unanimously Votes in Favour of Inclusive ‘Harmony’ Rental Housing Project
Once complete, the six-storey apartment building will offer 91 new affordable units of below-market rental housing, including supportive units for persons with disabilities.
Council votes to re-establish Surrey Ethics Commissioner Office
Surrey City Council voted to re-establish a Surrey Ethics Commissioner Office during its Regular Council Meeting on Monday night.
Joint Project Team Will Oversee the Final Plan to Maintain RCMP as Police of Jurisdiction in Surrey
At tonight’s Regular Council meeting, the framework to maintain the RCMP as the Police of Jurisdiction in Surrey has been endorsed by City Council.