City of Surrey

Rotary, reverend, city partner on free White Rock lunch program

Initiative aimed at homeless and others in need

Surrey pursuing zero waste to landfill strategy

City aims to be Canada’s first ‘zero waste to landfill’ community

Surrey Council Code of Conduct gets final nod on five-yes, four-no vote

The bylaw establishes expectations for ethical conduct for the politicians

OUR VIEW: Surrey sign snakes playing dirty pool

Somebody has been stealing Keep the RCMP in Surrey signs from front lawns. Let’s hope these culprits are caught

  • May 6, 2020

New poll indicates 83 per cent of Surreyites say now not the time to replace RCMP

This is second survey National Police Federation commissioned from Pollara Strategic Insights in recent months

Surrey councillor says city wasted nearly $42K fighting Uber in court

‘We shouldn’t have found ourself in that situation to begin with,’ Linda Annis says

Surrey seeing ‘strong compliance’ with pandemic guidelines, city manager says

City report indicates majority of people are ‘acting responsibly’

Surrey mayor says Vision Zero Surrey did ‘tremendous’ work in 2019 to make roads safer

Shabnem Afzal, road safety manager and leader of the Vision Zero Surrey gave council-in-committee a review of 2019 on Monday

Surrey council removes ‘age discrimination’ clause after Code of Conduct bylaw complaint

Annie Kaps, 82, had complained to federal minister for seniors

Surrey not banning Mixed Martial Arts events in Surrey

Councillors Mandeep Nagra, Jack Hundial, Brenda Locke, Linda Annis and Doug Elford defeated the proposed ban

Surrey senior slams new Council Code of Conduct bylaw for ‘age discrimination’

Annie Kaps, 82, has complained to federal minister for seniors

OUR VIEW: No time for childish spats, Surrey council

We’d all like to see some grace under pressure. Now is not the time for such squabbles

  • Apr 15, 2020

FOCUS: Former top cop thrusts McCallum’s rocky history with Surrey RCMP back in spotlight

‘We had quite a ride of it back in the day when dealing with him,’ Al Macintyre writes. ‘If the walls could only speak’

33-storey Whalley highrise, first of three phases, moves to public hearing

Councillors raise concerns about school overcrowding, green roofs

Christopherson Steps, 1,001 Steps closed due to COVID-19

Access restricted to Crescent Beach over Easter weekend, City of Surrey announces

Surrey mayor denies property tax deferral motion

Councillor’s notice of motion for Surrey property taxes to be deferred until Dec. 2 out of order

Surrey councillor wants property taxes deferred to December

Linda Annis is expected to present notice of motion to that effect at April 6 “virtual” council meeting

33-storey highrise proposal coming to Surrey council, first of three phases

Second and third phases include 36-storey and 31-storey towers