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  • Licensed Child Care

    High quality childcare supports healthy childhood development by helping children to learn and develop strong physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and language skills....
  • 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...
  • Facilities that Offer City Programs

    Programs and services are essential to people's lives. Recreation, sport, and arts and cultural services allow people of all ages to learn new skills, meet new people, develop...
  • 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,...
  • 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.
  • Litter Containers

    A point feature representing the approximate location of litter bins.
  • Collection Secondary Suites

    Secondary suites receiving curbside garbage & recycling collection service and are entitled to one garbage can or bag at curbside during collection.
  • Low Cost and Free Resources

    Low Cost and Free resources, such as food, housing, activities, etc., available in Surrey. For more information please click here.
  • Participation in the Harvest Box Program

    The Harvest Box Program is a fresh produce bulk buying program that offers fresh produce at affordable prices. The program supports local farmers and serves families in Surrey,...
  • Surrey Schools Class Size

    Class Size information from 2006/2007 - 2013/2014. Statistics on the composition of British Columbia public school classes by District and School level; includes Average Class...