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News

Friday, April 21, 2023

As the City moves forward to restart Surrey City Development Corporation (SCDC), Surrey Council has approved the appointment of Michael Heeney to the position of Interim President & Chief Executive Officer, effective April 17.

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Media Release
Thursday, April 20, 2023
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Mayor's Statement
Thursday, April 20, 2023

When finished, the strategy will guide long-term decisions about outdoor sport court locations, development, and funding over the next 15 years.

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Media Release
Parks & Recreation
Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Early registration for City of Surrey Summer Day Camps begins on Sunday, April 23 at 9pm. Children and youth ages 3 to 18 can have fun and enjoy weekly camps, available citywide.

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Media Release
Parks & Recreation
Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Get ready to celebrate Earth Day in style at Party for the Planet 2023!

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Arts & Culture

Events

Jun 3 - Sep 4

Visit each weekend for a difference experience all summer long!

South SurreyHeritage Stewart Farm
Jun 4 - 10

From food to finance, history and art, find an activity to enjoy for this year's Seniors Week.

Seniors
Jun 10

Help care for Surrey parks by removing invasive plant species, cleaning up litter, and enhancing habitat within the park.

Parks & Environment
Jun 10

Surrey Civic Theatres and Surrey Archives have united to create a PRIDE filled day for the local community to enjoy.

Civic Theatre
Jun 10

A gripping and thoughtful local documentary featuring true stories of coming out in the South Asian community in Metro Vancouver.

Civic Theatre
Jun 10

Enjoy an intimate evening of true and heartfelt stories!

Civic Theatre
Jun 11

Come out to support and celebrate our wonderful Clayton community.

CloverdaleCommunity-Hosted
Jun 14

Join us to celebrate Pride Month! Virtual meeting held on Microsoft Teams.

Museum
Jun 15

Enjoy informative presentations from a variety of organizations.

Whalley & City CentreSeniors
Jun 17

Help care for Surrey parks by removing invasive plant species, cleaning up litter, and enhancing habitat within the park.

Parks & Environment