City of Surrey

Council chambers at Surrey’s city hall. (File photo)

Surrey to tackle illegal construction by doubling fines

Current fine to rise to $1,000 from $500 for preventing inspection, constructing without permit, occupancy without permit, and ignoring stop work order

 

Surrey City Hall. (File photo)

City of Surrey looking at charging $10 for Freedom of Information requests

The City of Surrey received 719 FOI requests in 2021, 552 in 2020 and 567 in 2019

 

The City of Surrey has 300 service requests related to potholes since the beginning of the year. (File photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey receives 300 pothole repair requests since the start of the year

City has a budget of $1.45M for pothole repairs in 2022

 

An uncleared sidewalk is seen in Cloverdale. Cloverdale resident Ross MacDonald says the City of Surrey needs to be more proactive in removing snow from the sidewalks and greenspace pathways that the city is responsible for clearing. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
An uncleared sidewalk is seen in Cloverdale. Cloverdale resident Ross MacDonald says the City of Surrey needs to be more proactive in removing snow from the sidewalks and greenspace pathways that the city is responsible for clearing. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Coun. Brenda Locke is Surrey Connect’s mayoral candidate. (File photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey Connect slams second SPS wage increase in 18 months

‘They’re not really even operational yet,’ Coun. Brenda Locke says

Coun. Brenda Locke is Surrey Connect’s mayoral candidate. (File photo: Lauren Collins)
Amica White Rock. (File photo)

Outbreaks declared in 2 South Surrey long-term care facilities

Several people test positive at Morgan Place, Amica White Rock

Amica White Rock. (File photo)
Surrey-Newton MLA Harry Bains on July 22, 2021. (File photo: Lauren Collins)

After ‘much consideration,’ Surrey-Newton MLA says he’s not running for mayor

Harry Bains says he remains ‘committed to the province and making a stronger BC’

Surrey-Newton MLA Harry Bains on July 22, 2021. (File photo: Lauren Collins)
Crews work to repair a pothole along 16 Avenue, just west of 192 Street, on Friday morning. (Nick Greenizan photo)

Large 16 Avenue pothole causes big problems for South Surrey drivers

City crews aim to ‘get out there as quick as we can and repair them’ says engineering manager

Crews work to repair a pothole along 16 Avenue, just west of 192 Street, on Friday morning. (Nick Greenizan photo)
South Surrey’s Edgewood Park has been recognized for its pollinator meadow. (City of Surrey photo)

South Surrey’s Edgewood Park recognized for pollinator meadow

City receives ‘Greener Greenspace’ award from Society of Organic Urban Lawn Care

South Surrey’s Edgewood Park has been recognized for its pollinator meadow. (City of Surrey photo)
A South Surrey resident is frustrated with the city after he and his neighbours spent two hours on Thursday morning clearing sidewalks of snow, in keeping with local bylaws, only to have a city plow come along minutes later and undo all their work. (file photo)

Senior shovelers frustrated as City of Surrey snowplows immediately undo efforts

Minutes after they’re cleared, in keeping with city bylaws, snow piled onto South Surrey sidewalks

A South Surrey resident is frustrated with the city after he and his neighbours spent two hours on Thursday morning clearing sidewalks of snow, in keeping with local bylaws, only to have a city plow come along minutes later and undo all their work. (file photo)
The site for the proposed “Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex” on the Fairgrounds. (Image via surrey.ca)

More than $50M has been allocated over the next three years for a ‘Sport & Ice Complex’ in Cloverdale

Five-year financial plan budgets $32M in 2022, $13M in 2023, and $10M in 2024

The site for the proposed “Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex” on the Fairgrounds. (Image via surrey.ca)
Metro Vancouver’s board will consider final adoption of City of Surrey’s South Campbell Heights land-redesignation request. (File photo/City of Surrey graphic)

Metro to decide Jan. 28 on South Campbell Heights redesignation

City wants South Surrey lands for employment use, opponents fear environmental impacts

Metro Vancouver’s board will consider final adoption of City of Surrey’s South Campbell Heights land-redesignation request. (File photo/City of Surrey graphic)
Temporary supportive housing at 13425 107A Ave. in Whalley. (Google Maps image)

Surrey working to provide a ‘safe sleep’ for homeless people

Safe Sleep is one of six initiatives in Surrey to help the vulnerable

Temporary supportive housing at 13425 107A Ave. in Whalley. (Google Maps image)
B.C. Labour Minister Harry Bains (Black Press Media)

Surrey-Newton MLA Harry Bains says he’ll ‘think’ about running for mayor

The veteran MLA says he’s been urged to enter the race but his priority lies with serving in provincial office

B.C. Labour Minister Harry Bains (Black Press Media)
Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver. (File photo)

Judge trims claims against RCMP in Surrey lawsuit alleging wrongful investigation

Lawsuit claims City of Surrey wrongfully pressured four land owners to sell property

Statue of Lady Justice at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver. (File photo)
Surrey city hall. (File photo)

29-home development eyed for four-hectare site in South Surrey

Public hearing for north Grandview Heights-area application set for Jan. 17

Surrey city hall. (File photo)
Gurdwara Amrit Parkash parade in Surrey, photo dated Jan. 20, 2017. (Facebook image)

Surrey Sikh parade postponed because of COVID-19

It was set to take place in West Newton on Jan. 9

Gurdwara Amrit Parkash parade in Surrey, photo dated Jan. 20, 2017. (Facebook image)
A 31-unit townhouse development is proposed across from Sunnyside Park in South Surrey. A public hearing regarding the proposal is set for Jan. 17 at Surrey city hall. (Aplin Martin Consultants rendering/surrey.ca)

Public hearing Jan. 17 for proposed South Surrey townhouses

31-unit project eyed near Sunnyside Park

A 31-unit townhouse development is proposed across from Sunnyside Park in South Surrey. A public hearing regarding the proposal is set for Jan. 17 at Surrey city hall. (Aplin Martin Consultants rendering/surrey.ca)
Some of the work that has been done by Bear Creek Park as the City of Surrey prepares for the 84 Avenue extension between King George Boulevard and 140 Street. (Submitted photo: Sebastian Sajda)

Surrey mayor says court decision confirms city ‘well within its rights’ to extend 84 Avenue

B.C. Supreme Court decision, released Dec. 31, dismisses Force of Nature’s petition

Some of the work that has been done by Bear Creek Park as the City of Surrey prepares for the 84 Avenue extension between King George Boulevard and 140 Street. (Submitted photo: Sebastian Sajda)
Barnston Island ferry. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Barnston Island ferry. (Photo: Tom Zillich)