City of Surrey

The site of the former Rona store in Newton could be home to a park and civic amenities, in the 6900-block of King George Boulevard. (Photo: Google Street View)

Surrey buying 16 properties in Newton for parkland, civic amenities

Mayor Doug McCallum says project will be ‘fast-tracked’

 

A past extreme weather response shelter set up for women inside Surrey’s Nightshift Street Ministries. (Photo: Chris Paul/nightshiftministries.org)

Homeless people in Surrey face ‘shocking and scary’ scenario this winter

Last winter there were nine Extreme Weather Response shelters in all of Surrey and White Rock. So far, during this pandemic, there are only five lined up for the coming winter

 

Surrey Police Board on a patio at city hall, in a photo posted to surreypolice.ca.
Surrey Police Board on a patio at city hall, in a photo posted to surreypolice.ca.

Surrey Police Board endorses ‘Indigenization Strategy’ for new police force

It aims to ensure First Nations “priorities and perspectives” are built into Surrey Police Service

 

Surrey Police Board to start ‘reporting publicly’ on budget numbers in November

Board must submit provisional Surrey Police Operational/Transition budget for 2021 to the City of Surrey by Nov. 30

Defamation lawsuit defendant claims developer told him he ‘controls’ South Asian media

Developer Bob Cheema has declined to comment on the contents of defendant Brian Young’s response to his civil claim

South Surrey pools remain closed as city continues gradual reopening of indoor facilities

Semiahmoo Peninsula aquatic groups to train at Surrey Sport and Leisure Centre in Fleetwood

Surrey notches win for flood-adaptation strategy

Environment award recognizes city’s preparations ‘for a new reality of coastal flooding risk’

Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex indoor pool set to open Oct. 13

City announces opening date for public and aquatic sport teams

Surrey council instructs staff to explore switching to a ward system

Several council members say a referendum would be the way to go

Surrey Police Service a “done deal,” mayor insists

Opponents say process is flawed, on eve of Tuesday’s police board meeting

Sunnyside Acres advocate remembered for passion, knowledge, devotion to family

Longtime columnist, environmental activist Roy Strang, 94, has died

Surrey council gives nod to numerous towers, townhouses

Projects involving four high-rise towers, 22 mid-rise buildings and 256 townhouses passed third reading Monday night

City of Surrey was sued for nearly $900K for icy street crash

Plaintiff has won another round in court against city hall

‘Our mom works here’: New signs remind drivers to be careful in construction zones

City of Surrey, Work Zone Safety Alliance partner for pilot project

Surrey councillor calls for immediate re-opening of city’s indoor aquatic facilities

‘There is no health reason why Surrey’s facilities shouldn’t be open today,’ says Linda Annis

Surrey Mounties arrest 23 low-income housing activists in Whalley

Members of Red Braid Alliance have accused city hall of waging war on the poor in Whalley

Surrey councillor asks if CERB playing a role in drug overdoses

Laurie Guerra says drug rehab manager told her CERB is ‘probably one of the worst things’ for recovering addicts

Transparency is the ‘lens’ Granum vows to apply to new Surrey Police Board

Executive director of Surrey Police Board sheds light on what Surrey residents can expect