A city with momentum.

Surrey is the second-largest city in British Columbia and is moving upward and forward at a pace that’s faster and stronger than others.

Surrey City Centre’s population will double in the next 20 years. 25% of Metro Vancouver residents will live in Surrey by 2046. 40,000 new jobs will appear in the city over the next 10 years.

Why? Well, Surrey has smarts when it comes to community and knowing what people want.

Surrey is a great, affordable place to live,
and just keeps on getting better.

The city’s forward-thinking initiatives are award-winning, not to mention better for the community, environment, and economy. The expanding transportation network includes four SkyTrain stations, lots of bus routes, and a future Light Rail Transit system. Nature is a big deal, with over 200 parks, 6,000 acres of parkland, and 100 kilometres of trails. Bright ideas will continue to grow in the 102 elementary, 27 secondary, and 5 major post-secondary schools.

25%
of Metro Vancouver
residents will
live in Surrey by 2046

40,000
new jobs will
appear in the city
over the next 10 years

6,000
acres of parkland
and 100 kilometres
of trails

There’s a lot of action in Surrey City Centre. And University District is right in the middle of it. Standout architecture, vibrant energy, effortless connection – the characteristics of a true downtown.

Every day is rich with possibility. Expand your mind at Simon Fraser University’s Surrey campus. Hop on the SkyTrain at Surrey Central and reach downtown Vancouver in 40 minutes. Treat your taste buds to a variety of cuisines. Run errands at Central City Shopping Centre. Catch a concert or stretch out on the grass in Holland Park. All this is within walking distance from home.

What will you learn, do, see? Anything and everything. Who will you meet? Anyone and everyone.

Recreation

35
recreation
facilities

Transit

40 minutes
from downtown
Vancouver

Schools

5 major
post-secondary
schools

Walkscore

Walk score 87
Transit score 92
Bike score 99

Population

Surrey City Centre’s
population will
double by 2041

Parks

Access to over
200 parks and
100km of trails

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