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  • Rainfall Monitoring 2013

    Provides concise rainfall statistics from the City of Surrey's six rain gauge stations. Rainfall levels are recorded at 5 minute intervals and are presented in monthly tables...
  • Green Certification for New Buildings

    Green buildings use energy, water and other resources more efficiently, reduce waste and pollution, and protect occupant health. Green building certification systems set...
  • Construction Waste

    Waste from construction, demolition, and renovation makes up a significant portion of the municipality's waste stream. More than half of wastes generated by construction and...
  • Green Certification for Existing Buildings

    Buildings account for a significant proportion of energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in a community. Green building certification systems set voluntary standards for...
  • 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...
  • Integrated Stormwater Management Plans

    Integrated Stormwater Management Plans (ISMPs) take an ecosystem-based approach to rainwater management. These plans are an essential part of a city's growth management strategy...
  • 2015 Fraser River water levels

    Water levels measured hourly at two stations, Manson and 192 ST, within the City of Surrey on the Fraser River
  • Drainage Water Bodies

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

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  • 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 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,...
  • Historical Climate Data - 1937-2007

    Historical Monthly Climate Data Mean Maximum Temperature Mean Temperature Mean Minimum Temperature Extreme Maximum Temperature Extreme Minimum Temperature Total Rainfall Total...
  • 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 Flood Control

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