With access to shopping, recreation, post secondary education and local businesses, Surrey City Centre is emerging as one of BC’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. From breathtaking view of the mountains to lively community events, Surrey City Centre has it all.
Surrey City Centre is proud to be a strong supporter of the performing and visual arts. In 2008, Surrey was designated a cultural capital of Canada and continues to showcase its cultural diversity through award-winning exhibitions of fine art.
Surrey is home to the largest public school district in British Columbia. Surrey City Centre boasts 21 public elementary and secondary schools, with 19 options in the region for higher learning, including Douglas College, Kwantlen University College and the prestigious Simon Fraser University.
Surrey City Centre’s abundance of parks and recreation keep our community members both healthy and creative! Surrey has worked hard to create a City Centre with an abundance of green parks, walkways and bike paths.
Surrey City Centre is located in the heart of Greater Vancouver. Connected to all major municipalities via skytrain, bus and highway routes, minutes from the US border, Vancouver and Abbotsford Airports, Surrey City Centre is a convenient location for living and doing business.
From summer movies under the stars at Holland Park, to our annual Winter Festival, there’s a lot to see and do throughout the year! Come experience the fun and excitement of Surrey City Centre at one of our community events.