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  • Contours 5m

    Contours generated from 2013 LiDAR data collected in April 2013.
  • Contours 1m

    Contours generated from 2013 LiDAR data collected in April 2013.
  • Drainage Water Bodies

    Polygon features such as Forebay (for a Pump Station), Lake or Wetlands
  • Parks

    This dataset includes parks in Surrey. For more information please visit the Surrey Parks page.
  • Terrestrial Hubs

    Terrestrial Hubs are large contiguous or near contiguous areas of natural upland vegetation with complex ecological processes identified in the Surrey Ecosystem Management Study...
  • Park Unimproved Parkland

    This dataset has no description

  • Park Screen Trees

    This layer displays screen trees that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division. In general, screen trees are those trees that are intended to serve as...
  • Park Paths and Trails

    This layer displays paths and trails within parks that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division
  • Park Passive Grass

    This layer displays passive grass areas that are maintained and/or operated by the City of Surrey Parks Division. Feature types that are included in this layer are Well Groomed,...
  • Park Natural Areas

    This layer displays natural areas that are maintained and/or operated by the Urban Forestry Section of the City of Surrey Parks Division. Feature types that are included in this...
  • Ecosystem Sites

    Ecosystem Sites are smaller areas of natural vegetation with complex ecological processes identified in the Surrey Ecosystem Management Study (EMS) that are between 0.25 and 10...
  • Ecosystem Corridors

    Ecosystem Corridor Opportunities include linear pathways identified in the Surrey Ecosystem Management Study (EMS) that offer possible species and ecological process connections...
  • Drainage Sub Catchments

    Sub Catchments are defined geographic limits of the sub-drainage areas which form the Major Drainage Catchments.
  • Drainage Flood Control

    Linear features that control the flow of stormwater during peak rain periods. These features include Dykes, Spillways and Stoplogs.
  • Drainage 200 Year Flood Plain

    The area that can be expected to flood, on average, once every 200 years. This is called the 200-year flood and can occur at any time in any given year. The indicated flood...
  • Biodiversity Conservation Strategy

    The Biodiversity Conservation Strategy (BCS), adopted in 2014 as part of Corporate Report R141, recognizes Surrey’s biodiversity as a key foundation of a healthy, livable and...
  • Aquatic Hubs

    Aquatic Hubs are large contiguous or near contiguous areas of Streams, wetlands, and foreshore areas, within or immediately adjacent to Surrey with complex ecological processes...