Review City of Surrey's Servicing Plan for transportation, drainage, water and sewer upgrades over the next 10 years.

The City of Surrey Engineering Department's 10-Year Servicing Plan establishes programs for engineering infrastructure works and services that are required to support projected growth and the needs of the existing population.

The Servicing Plan is developed based on a number of significant planning documents, including the Official Community Plan and approved Neighbourhood Concept Plans.

With Corporate Report R041 2021, Council endorsed the Engineering Department's 10-Year (2021-2030) Servicing Plan. The total cost of all of the projects included in each of the various categories of infrastructure in the 10-Year Servicing Plan are listed in the following table.

Total Cost of All Projects

Program

Growth ($)

Non-Growth ($)

External ($)

Translink ($)

Total ($)

Transportation (Arterial)

424,913,131

154,732,871

70,254,127

 206,067,042

940,849,171

Transportation (Non-Arterial)

84,882,000

-

-

 -

-

Water

71,439,500

113,291,273

-

-

184,730,773

Sewer

122,054,799

93,873,200

-

-

215,927,999

Drainage

79,694,447

139,373,756

106,296,043

-

325,364,246

Campbell Heights

128,499,330

-

17,173,750

24,587,500

170,260,580

Highway 99 Corridor

43,841,923

-

21,025,750

3,170,500

68,038,173

Anniedale-Tynehead

210,649,245

-

92,107,600

34,614,500

337,371,345

Redwood Heights 45,235,932 - - - 45,235,932

Total

1,211,210,307

501,271,100

306,857,270

268,439,542

2,287,778,219

 

Notes: City-wide costs exclude Campbell Heights, Highway 99 Corridor, Anniedale-Tynehead and Redwood Heights Build Out Plans and additional DCC rate components for developments in the West Clayton NCP area and the City Centre NCP area.

Funding

Project funding is comprised of growth funding, non-growth funding, and/or external funding. Non-growth funding is from general revenue streams through transportation levies and utility fees. Growth funding is revenue generated through Development Cost Charges and the 1 percent of City funding assistance.

Projects may also receive external funding from stakeholders, such as TransLink, who contribute to the construction of and safety improvements on the Major Road Network.

The 10-Year Servicing Plan is not a commitment to constructing all of the identified projects – projects will be constructed on a year-to-year basis as funding becomes available.

Contact

For more information on Surrey's 10-Year Servicing Plan, contact Samantha Ward at Sward@surrey.ca or 604-591-4326.