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  • Crime and Collision Incidents

    The crime and collision incident data is drawn from the provincial Police Records Information Management Environment (PRIME), a live records management system which captures...
  • Fraser Health Restaurant Inspection Reports

    Inspections are conducted on a routine basis and when complaints are received. Inspections determine if regulatory requirements and industry standard practices are being...
  • Lobbyist Registrations

    A source for Lobbyist information for the City of Surrey. Active Lobbyist information is provided here. For Historical Lobbyist Information, please visit here
  • Park Specimen Trees

    This layer displays street trees and park trees that are maintained and/or operated by the Urban Forestry Section of the City of Surrey Parks Division. The majority of trees...
  • Water Quality in Streams

    Surrey has over 1400 kilometres of urban streams running through our neighbourhoods and parkland. These stream corridors are home to many wildlife species, and provide important...
  • Trees Planted

    Trees provide many benefits for people and wildlife in both urban and suburban settings. Trees filter air pollution and water contaminants, while improving air and water...
  • Tree Canopy Cover

    Trees and plants have important benefits for ecosystems and city operations, yet trees in urban and suburban areas face numerous challenges. They are exposed to a broad range of...
  • Social Housing

    Non-market social housing refers to non-profit and co-operative housing models where rents are subsidized for individuals and families with low incomes. Households are generally...
  • Residential Water Consumption

    Fresh, clean water is a valuable resource and needs to be used wisely and efficiently. Minimizing water use helps to ensure that there is enough for fresh water ecosystems and...
  • Renewable Energy in City District Energy System

    Utilizing renewable energy sources, such as geothermal, solar, or biofuel is an important step towards reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in our community. It also...
  • Proximity of Homes to Amenities

    The degree to which residential units are in proximity to amenities is a measure of how liveable Surrey's neighbourhoods are. All households need access to amenities such as...
  • Post-Secondary Enrolment

    Individuals with post-secondary education are more competitive in the job market, have better job opportunities, and have higher earnings than a high school graduate. The number...
  • Post-Secondary Certification

    Post-secondary education includes academic undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs; vocational, career, and technical certificate programs; apprenticeship programs in...
  • Place of Work

    Compact and complete communities provide opportunities for residents to work close to home. Local jobs can make walking, cycling and taking transit to work more attractive...
  • Participation in City Programs

    Recreation, sports, and arts programs are vital to development of children and youth and to building healthy communities. Programs allow people of all ages to learn new skills,...
  • Participation in Environmental Programs

    Environmental programs educate children, youth, and adults on how natural systems function and how they can take action to protect wildlife, maintain environmental quality, and...
  • Park Land

    Parks contribute to public health by providing places for recreation, exercise, and leisure. Studies show that when people have access to parks, they tend to get more exercise....
  • Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants

    The City's Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants support community-led projects or events that improve public spaces and foster connections between neighbours. These types of...
  • Mode of Travel to Work

    Transportation accounts for a large portion of greenhouse gas emissions in the province, with vehicles also contributing to traffic congestion, local air pollution and smog....
  • Median Income for Immigrants

    Immigrants to Canada generally have lower incomes than Canadian-born residents when they first arrive. Over time, they become more established and eventually catch up to their...
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