Read the latest press releases, notices, updates and articles from the City of Surrey.
Surrey Council has voted to declare the state of school infrastructure a crisis that is impacting the delivery of education that children need and deserve.
We’ve been working hard to improve our online registration system to provide a fair and reliable user experience.
The City of Surrey has launched a Digital Technology Hub, a free online platform that offers resources to help older adults navigate the digital world and make it easier to connect to services, programs, and people.
Just in time for the warm and sunny weather, City of Surrey’s spray parks have begun opening and residents will soon be able to enjoy a free swim at an outdoor pool.
Learn about two volunteers on our Emergency Support Services team.
Saturday tickets still available for purchase.
This spring the City of Surrey and its partners will launch the Surrey Youth Resiliency Program (SYRP), introducing eight new projects led by eight community organizations.
The event was organized to celebrate the importance of trees and their contribution to the environment, as well as to beautify the park and enhance its ecological value.
Surrey’s Cloverdale Agriplex Receives $1 Million Investment to Boost Diversity of Events and Accessibility
The historic venue, which hosts the second largest rodeo in Canada, will soon be more accessible thanks to a $1 million investment from the Province of British Columbia under the Destination Development Fund.
The award recognizes outstanding design and development of park spaces using natural elements or repurposing materials.