Find out where on-street pay parking is in Surrey, and learn how to use the pay parking stations.

Pay parking in Surrey is used to ensure there is a regular turnover of parking spaces in areas of high demand and where timed parking regulation alone is impractical. This helps ensure residents can access parking when they need it.

Revenue from parking is re-invested for community projects and services in Surrey, reducing the burden placed on the City’s tax base. Only 1.17% or 957 spaces out of a total of 81,399 on-street spaces require payment.            

If you have any questions or concerns regarding pay stations in Surrey, please contact 604-598-5887 or

Where to Park in Surrey

Use the following map to see where City of Surrey pay parking is located, as well as hours of operation.

Pay parking in Surrey

How to Pay for Parking

Payments can be made at most of our locations with cash, credit card, or your mobile phone with the Honk or Hotspot apps.

Payments are linked to your vehicle through the licence plate details you enter into the pay station. It is important that the details are correct as any mismatch between the details entered into the pay station and those on your vehicle will result in a notice by our enforcement staff.

    Pay with your Phone Using the Honk or Hotspot Apps

    Available at various pay parking locations throughout Surrey, Honk or Hotspot apps are convenient payment options that offers multiple benefits from the convenience of your smartphone. The Honk or Hotspot apps are available through the iOS App Store and Google Play. For those not on iOS or Android, the Honk or Hotspot web apps are available.


    How to Report a Broken Pay Station

    Each of the City's pay stations have a unique Pay Station ID located on the front of each pay station on the following decal:


    Using the unique Pay Station ID number, there are several ways you can report a broken or out-of-order pay station:

    •    By phone at 604-598-5887
    •    By email at
    •    On a smartphone (iPhone, Android, or Blackberry) using the MySurrey App