35 datasets found

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  • Rainfall Monitoring

    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...
  • Park Specimen Trees

    This layer displays street trees and park trees that are maintained and/or operated by the Urban Forestry Section of the City of Surrey Parks Division. The majority of trees...
  • Drainage Erosion Protection Works

    Locations where various capital works projects have taken place to prevent erosion of stream banks. This layers also indicates where erosion sites have been identified where...
  • Drainage Dyke Infrastructure

    This layer displays dyke assets along major watercourses within the city.
  • 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 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. View in COSMOS
  • 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 Corridors

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

    Diverting waste extends the life of landfills by reducing the volume of garbage, and reduces the greenhouse gases that are released from the landfill. Diverting waste saves...
  • Green Infrastructure Network

    A Green Infrastructure Network (GIN) is an interconnected system of natural areas and open spaces that conserves ecosystems and functions, while providing benefits to both...
  • Participation in Environmental Programs

    Environmental programs educate children, youth, and adults on how natural systems function and how they can take action to protect wildlife, maintain environmental quality, and...
  • Air Quality

    The air we breathe affects human health, the environment, and our quality of life. Air quality is determined by the level of pollutants suspended in the air, as well as weather...
  • Residential Water Consumption

    Fresh, clean water is a valuable resource and needs to be used wisely and efficiently. Minimizing water use helps to ensure that there is enough for fresh water ecosystems and...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Trees Planted

    Trees provide many benefits for people and wildlife in both urban and suburban settings. Trees filter air pollution and water contaminants, while improving air and water...
  • Drainage Water Bodies

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