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Categories: Recreation and Culture

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  • Places of Interest

    Public and Private facilities located or operating within the City of Surrey. Includes some private facilities that contain recycling facilities or drop-off centres.
  • Park Structures

    This layer displays Stairs, Shelters and Tables, Plumbing Fixtures, Benches and Bleachers, Gates that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division. View...
  • Park Potential Donation Bench Locations

    This layer displays Benches that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division. View in COSMOS
  • Important Trees

    Maintained By: Parks Division (public property trees); Planning (private property trees) Description: Important trees are those trees that have been set aside as examples of...
  • Heritage Sites

    Heritage sites are locations having specific Heritage status and included on the Surrey Heritage Register. Heritage is what we inherit from the past, value in the present, and...
  • Employment in Arts, Culture and Recreation

    Culture is an essential tool in understanding the values, shared meanings, and goals of residents within a community. The arts, culture and sports industries are economic...
  • Recreation Programs and Activities

    Registered and drop-in recreation programs as found in the Surrey Recreation Guide. For access to the Surrey Recreation Guide, click here.
  • Public Art

    Surrey's Public Art Program brings thoughtful and playful art into the city, from mosaics and paintings to contemporary illuminated sculptures. The growing collection of...
  • 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....
  • Community Gardens

    Community gardens enhance community food security by allowing urban residents to grow their own food. Community gardens offer health benefits by providing people with access to...
  • City Spending on Public Art

    Public art is any work of art or design that is created specifically for a public space. Public art pieces are components of a community's identity and unique character. They...
  • Arts and Culture Groups

    Cultural activities are recognized as an important way for individuals to contribute to their communities. Culture is an essential tool in understanding the values, shared...
  • Diversity Awareness Initiatives at City Hall

    Many Surrey residents are from other countries and have diverse customs, traditions, and beliefs. Events that celebrate this rich diversity promote cultural understanding and...
  • Events

    A JSON feed containing City of Surrey's events throughout the year, including 5 major festivals, like the Surrey Tree Lighting.
  • Walking Routes

    Recreation walking routes in communities around Surrey.
  • Park Unimproved Parkland

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  • Park Trans Canada Trail

    The Trans Canada Trail is a shared-use (walking, cycling, horseback riding, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling) recreational trail that traversing every Province and...
  • Park Horticultural Zones

    This layer displays horticultural zone polygons that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division. Horticulture zones are specifically identified areas...
  • Park Horticultural Beds

    This layer displays horticulture bed polygons that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division. This layer is in its early stages of development and,...
  • Heritage Routes

    Heritage Routes are Routes that have been identified as having specific Heritage status within the city. The City's GIS is the source for this data. View in COSMOS
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