Social Plan Background
Learn about the Plan for the Social Well-Being of Surrey Residents.
The Plan for the Social Well-Being of Surrey Residents (shortened as the Social Plan) was adopted by Council in February 2006 to strategically direct the City’s actions on social issues in Surrey.
Social Issue Priorities
In the plan, 5 social issue areas were identified as priorities:
- Children and Youth
- Community Development and Diversity
- Crime & Public Safety
- Housing and Homelessness
- Substance Abuse and Addictions
Check out our current social planning priorities to see how we're taking action on these priorities and other emerging issues in Surrey.
Social Plan Annual Reports
Since adopting the Social Plan in 2005-2006, the City of Surrey has acted on 89% of recommended actions, and continues to work with community stakeholders to identify and implement initiatives to met the Plan's goals.
- 2012-2014 Social Plan Annual Report
- 2011 Social Plan Annual Report
- 2010 Social Plan Annual Report
- 2009 Social Plan Annual Report
- 2008 Social Plan Annual Report
- 2006-2007 Social Plan Annual Report
Council Reports on the Social Plan
Review the Council Reports to see Council action and comments relating to Surrey's Social Plan.
Check out key indicators and trends related to socio-economic status, housing, health, safety and education on the City of Surrey’s Sustainability Dashboard.