Surrey British Columbia is the second largest metropolitan centre in the region and is growing by approximately 1,000 people per month. The city is projected to surpass Vancouver’s population in the next thirty years. City planners have been proactively working to ensure the city’s growth is properly managed and this is reflected in numerous capital projects which have recently completed and several others which are in the pipeline such as the new City Hall, new Central Library Plaza, and the proposed light rail transit line. This forward looking attitude has led to Surrey being named the best place to live in B.C. for four years in a row.
Fastest growing municipality in B.C.
New City Centre Library
Central City Shopping Centre with 140 stores
Direct proximity to Gateway SkyTrain Station
Proposed LRT with lines to Guildford, Newton, and Langley
Simon Fraser University Surrey Campus
Build Surrey Program including capital for recreation centres, artificial turf fields, pedestrian and cycling trails, and new parkland
Second lowest business taxes in Metro Vancouver
Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre & Covered Youth Park
Surrey Memorial Hospital which has recently undergone a $600 million dollar upgrade