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  • Business Licences

    Surrey Business Licence tables identify active commercial and industrial businesses in Surrey on an annual basis. Tables are created at the start of each year. For additional...
  • Population Projections

    Provides population projections from 2017 to 2046 at the community level. Surrey's population is projected to increase over the next 3 decades. Please note that population...
  • Population Estimates

    Provides population estimates of Surrey at the community level from the years of 2006 to 2016. Population estimates are based on a combination of the city's building permit...
  • Restaurants

    Restaurant information is extracted from Fraser Health restaurant inspection data. Latitude and longitude values have been added by City of Surrey GIS section.
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Land in Food Production

    Approximately one-third of Surrey's land base is agricultural land, consisting of about 10,000 hectares of lowlands surrounding the Serpentine, the Nicomekl, and the Campbell...
  • Businesses by Sector

    The number of business units within and across industry sectors is essential to understanding economic activity in the city. Analyzing shifts and changes over time can assist...
  • Availability of Employment

    The availability of locally-based employment opportunities provide social benefits by creating more complete communities where residents can spend less time commuting and more...
  • Industrial Land Base

    As land value increase over time, areas zoned for industrial use face pressure from commercial and residential development. Many businesses, such as warehousing and water-borne...
  • Farm Receipts

    Farming is a key contributor to the economic base of the community. Farming in Surrey provides income to farm businesses, generates significant economic activity, and provides...
  • Average Home Price

    Home ownership offers many advantages. It provides some financial security in the form of capital appreciation when housing prices increase. Owning a home can be a stable way of...
  • Rental Market

    Rental housing is important for building diverse communities. It provides affordable housing to lower income households as well as for people at different stages of life....
  • Transition to Post-Secondary

    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. Although...