City of Surrey

LETTER: Surrey councillor’s flip-flopping is suspect

‘It’s the price of politics, but it is also a theatre of what we could expect’

  • Jul 31, 2021

 

Rally Thursday at city hall against Bear Creek road project. (Submitted photo)

Environmentalists seek court injunction against Surrey’s Bear Creek road project

B.C. Supreme Court expected to hear interim application for injunction tomorrow (Friday, July 27) in Vancouver

 

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COLUMN: Splitting opposition for Surrey mayor’s seat will benefit McCallum

If many contenders step up 2022 municipal election could be a repeat of 2018

  • Jul 29, 2021

 

Surrey Councillor Brenda Locke. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Locke wants Surrey policing costs recorded ‘line-by-line’ in 2022 city budget

This, councillor says, ‘would provide the kind of transparency expected by the public on this project’

Surrey Councillor Brenda Locke. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
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OUR VIEW: Surrey council’s wee-hours ways a concern

‘When it creeps up to one and two in the morning, we’re not at our best,’ Councillor Linda Annis notes

  • Jul 28, 2021
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Surrey City Hall. (File photo)

Annis’s 2 a.m. bid to put a cap on late-night Surrey council meetings defeated

The Safe Surrey Coalition majority on council shot councillor’s motion down

Surrey City Hall. (File photo)
The south Campbell Heights areais a pristine environment that is teeming with wildlife, Mike Falconer told Peace Arch News. (Mike Falconer photo)

Surrey council moves South Campbell Heights plan forward

Support for third reading of plan follows six-hour public hearing

The south Campbell Heights areais a pristine environment that is teeming with wildlife, Mike Falconer told Peace Arch News. (Mike Falconer photo)
Surrey city Councillor Jack Hundial. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey councillor presents motion to curb illegal, unauthorized construction

Jack Hundial says illegal and unauthorized construction in Surrey ‘presents real dangers to life’

Surrey city Councillor Jack Hundial. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Despite overwhelming support at a July 26 public hearing, UNITI’s Harmony project, proposed for the 15100-block of 20 Avenue, was defeated. (File photo/Jack Hundial Facebook photo)

South Surrey inclusive-housing project defeated

Early morning council decision ‘devastating’: Tennant

Despite overwhelming support at a July 26 public hearing, UNITI’s Harmony project, proposed for the 15100-block of 20 Avenue, was defeated. (File photo/Jack Hundial Facebook photo)
Some of the 46 officers – excluding those who have or will do covert police work – were sworn in to the Surrey Police Service on July 16. (SPS photo)

Surrey Police Board says council can’t ‘unilaterally’ pause or stop transition

Brenda Locke vows if elected mayor to slam brakes on the policing transition from Surrey RCMP to Surrey Police Service

Some of the 46 officers – excluding those who have or will do covert police work – were sworn in to the Surrey Police Service on July 16. (SPS photo)
Surrey City Hall. (File photo)
Surrey City Hall. (File photo)
Friends of Bear Creek Park held a ‘yellow-ribbon event’ on Saturday (June 12, 2021), with protesters at 84th Avenue and King George Boulevard and 84th Avenue and 140th Street. People were asked to tie a yellow ribbon in their yard “to celebrate and to show support for our trees in Bear Creek Park.” (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Surrey council awards $16.2M in 84th Avenue connector contracts

The project, at the south end of Bear Creek Park, was originally estimated to cost $12.25M to $13M

Friends of Bear Creek Park held a ‘yellow-ribbon event’ on Saturday (June 12, 2021), with protesters at 84th Avenue and King George Boulevard and 84th Avenue and 140th Street. People were asked to tie a yellow ribbon in their yard “to celebrate and to show support for our trees in Bear Creek Park.” (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Surrey City Hall. (File photo)

Four high-rises, four mid-rises get late-night council nod for Surrey city centre

The applications received third-reading approval at 2 a.m.

Surrey City Hall. (File photo)
South Surrey’s Darts Hill Garden Park has re-opened to drop-in visits . (City of Surrey photo)

Drop-in visits allowed again at South Surrey’s Darts Hill Garden

Popular park returning to pre-pandemic operation, City of Surrey announced

South Surrey’s Darts Hill Garden Park has re-opened to drop-in visits . (City of Surrey photo)
With a little help from some young Surrey residents, Mayor Doug McCallum cuts the ribbon at the official opening of Edgewood Park in South Surrey. (City of Surrey photo)

Edgewood Park officially opens in South Surrey

City’s newest greenspace located at 2284 165 St.

With a little help from some young Surrey residents, Mayor Doug McCallum cuts the ribbon at the official opening of Edgewood Park in South Surrey. (City of Surrey photo)
An Envirowest Consultants graphic details proposed variances sought at the South Surrey property. (City of Surrey planning report graphic)

South Surrey congregation eyes 8,700-square-metre open-air pavilion

Report notes Science of the Soul would only use the structure two days per year

An Envirowest Consultants graphic details proposed variances sought at the South Surrey property. (City of Surrey planning report graphic)
Surrey City Councillor Brenda Locke announces her intention to run for mayor on Wednesday, July 21 in Surrey. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

If elected mayor, Brenda Locke says she will bring Surrey policing transition to ‘screeching halt’

Her Surrey Connect slate adding Sebastian Sajda to its team of council candidates for 2022

Surrey City Councillor Brenda Locke announces her intention to run for mayor on Wednesday, July 21 in Surrey. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Cloverdale BIA president Dean Moore and City of Surrey Film Liaison Officer James Monk received a cheque for $10,000 from the Scriptures Productions Inc. that will go towards the redevelopment of Hawthorne Square. The Scriptures gave the community donation to the BIA after they wrapped filming in Cloverdale after seven months. (Submitted)

BIA gets $10,000 to help redevelop Hawthorne Square

Money donated by the Scriptures Productions Inc. after filming ‘Peacemaker’ in Cloverdale for last seven months

Cloverdale BIA president Dean Moore and City of Surrey Film Liaison Officer James Monk received a cheque for $10,000 from the Scriptures Productions Inc. that will go towards the redevelopment of Hawthorne Square. The Scriptures gave the community donation to the BIA after they wrapped filming in Cloverdale after seven months. (Submitted)
A seniors’ campus, with townhouses and a care facility, is proposed for 228 175A St. (Pixabay photo)

Seniors’ campus eyed for site near South Surrey border

Council supports redesignating employment lands for the residential use

A seniors’ campus, with townhouses and a care facility, is proposed for 228 175A St. (Pixabay photo)
The City of Surrey says Campbell Heights saw more than $72 million in new construction and improvements in the first five months of 2021. (Nick Greenizan file photo)

Industrial construction ‘booming’ in North Campbell Heights: city

Surrey working with 34 companies looking to potentially locate in the area

The City of Surrey says Campbell Heights saw more than $72 million in new construction and improvements in the first five months of 2021. (Nick Greenizan file photo)