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Disover heritage trees in your neighbourhood or take a virtual tour of the Great Trees of Surrey.

Effective January 1, 2021, there has been an increase to most Planning & Development fees. Refer to our Bylaws for more information.

Surrey is full of great trees, from flowering dogwoods and towering redwoods to stately oaks and Douglas firs.

These great trees grow in our parks, yards and along our streets and play many important roles in our City and in our lives.

Great Trees of Surrey Tour

Discover where the Great Trees of Surrey live! Take a virtual tour or visit them in your neighbourhood.

Heritage Trees

There are more than 200 trees with heritage status in Surrey, many of which can be found in Redwood Park, Port Kells Park, and Green Timbers Urban Forest.

Find out where Surrey’s most notable heritage trees live! Take a look at the heritage trees brochure or review the complete heritage tree List to see many more.

Nominate a Heritage Tree

When a tree is nominated for heritage status, it's evaluated by a certified arborist, reviewed by Surrey's Heritage Advisory Commission, and, if it's suitable, granted heritage status by Mayor and Council.

Nominate a tree you think should be on Surrey's Heritage Tree list. Call 604-501-5050 for trees on public property or 604-591-4675 for trees on private property.

Maple tree in autumn