A new spray park at Hawthorne Park

Explore the plans, designs and current development projects in Surrey parks.

We are continually working to ensure our parks and trails are well-designed and maintained to meet the needs of our growing community. This includes constructing new parks and improving existing parks.

We also host open houses and surveys throughout the year to get community feedback.

See what's new with Surrey Parks:

Planning & Design

Name Address Community Project Details
1001 Steps 12500 Block of 15A Ave South Surrey Planning to replace the existing stairs.
Artificial turf field projects Various Various

Designing a new 3rd field at Tamanawis Park. 

Designing 2 new synthetic fields and a new parking lot.

Meagan Anne MacDougall Park 9008 Fleetwood Way Fleetwood Planning future park upgrades.
Nicomekl Riverfront Park South side of Nicomekl River South Surrey Designing a new riverfront park.
Salmonberry Park 19054 - 72A Ave Cloverdale Designing a new bike park.
South Surrey Athletic Park 14600 - 20 Ave South Surrey

Designing a new bike park. Construction to begin in 2026.

Designing a covered multi-sport box.

Paving and adding lighting to Softball City's gravel parking lot.

Sullivan Heights Park 14426 - 64 Ave Newton Designing 6 new cricket pitches.
Sunnyside Park 15455 - 26 Ave South Surrey Renovating all 4 baseball diamonds.

Under Construction

Name Address Community Project Details
Beecher Place Washroom 12160 - Beecher St South Surrey Planning to renovate the washrooms in the Fall of 2024.
Bear Creek Park 13750 - 88 Ave Newton Resurfacing the running track. 
Crescent Park 2585 - 132 St South Surrey

Paving the southernmost (pickleball) parking lot on 132nd st and installing lights and EV charging stations.

Darts Hill Garden Park 1633 - 170 St South Surrey Designing a new boardwalk. 
Guildford Heights Park 10310 - 154 St Guildford Upgrading and expanding the current playground.
Latimer Park 2786 - 192 Street South Surrey Construction of a new dog off-leash area, parking lot, washroom, and park upgrades (environmental improvements).
Mud Bay Park 13030 - 48 Ave Newton Constructing new coastal flood adaptation elements.

Recently Completed

Name Address Community Project Details
125G Neighbourhood Park 1765 - 167 St South Surrey Installation of temporary amenities – completed March 2023.
Artificial Turf Field Projects Various Various Turf replacement at Field #1 and #3 at Newton Athletic Park – completed August 2022.
Bear Creek Park 13750 – 88 Ave Newton Constructed a new stadium – completed May 2024.
Clayton Dog Off-Leash Park 7011 – 188 St Cloverdale Parking lot repaved – completed August 2023.
Clayton Park 18513 – 70 Ave Cloverdale Playground upgrades – completed August 2023.
Cloverdale Athletic Park 6330 – 168 St Cloverdale Replaced the existing play structure and added new play equipment – completed July 2023.
Edmund Park 15149 Edmund Dr Newton Construction of a new neighbourhood park – completed April 2024. 
Newton Athletic Park 7395 – 128 St Newton Constructed a new field house and washrooms – completed September 2023.
Robertson Drive Park 12714 – 92 Ave Whalley Expanded and enhanced the existing playground – completed March 2024.
Salmonberry Park 19027 – 72A Ave Cloverdale Constructed a new playground, social gathering areas, and pathways – completed December 2023. 
Sunnyside Park 15455 – 26 Ave South Surrey Resurfaced the tennis courts and added a new multi-sport court – completed September 2023.
Whippletree Park 13760 - 62 Ave Newton Planning and construction of a new neighbourhood park – completed December 2023. 
William Beagle Park 12944 – 92A Ave Whalley Added new equipment to the existing playground –completed March 2024.


For questions or inquiries about these projects, call 604-501-5050 or email PRCCustomerService@surrey.ca.

Other Initiatives

Parks Agriculture Initiative 

The City of Surrey is unique in having approximately 20 parks within the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR). Surrey Parks is undertaking a study, funded through the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC, to examine the existing and potential role of agriculture in parkland within the ALR. 

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