Surrey is perfect for those that love the outdoors. From beautiful parks, to walking trails, you can take in some fresh air and explore the beautiful nature scenes around you. Surrey offers a mix of bounteous green spaces and urban conveniences.
The city also caters to the arts scene, with plenty of opportunity to take in live theatre, museums, art galleries and more.
There are six beautiful communities in Surrey, which include, Cloverdale, Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton, South Surrey and North Surrey, each with unique features to offer.
Surrey is a commuter’s dream as it is close to both Vancouver and Burnaby.
Surrey houses the historic Surrey Municipal Hall complex, which includes the Cenotaph in Heritage Square, the Surrey Museum, and the Cloverdale Library.
For avid theatre goers there are presently three live theatre venues in the City of Surrey.
The Surrey Festival of Dance is one of the largest dance competitions held in North America, with over 10,000 dancers participating in this festival.
If you prefer an active outdoor lifestyle, Surrey is home to many walking trails and parks, a great way to get out and get active with your family.
Surrey received its name because of the County of the same name in England. When Englishman H.J. Brewer, looked across the Fraser River from New Westminster and saw a land evocative of his native County, Surrey was established.
Surrey has roots in being a farm, fishing, and harvesting community. Surrey is now largely made up of young families, as the communities in Northern Surrey contain many single-family dwellings.
This city has seen exceptional growth since the 1980s and has become quite a multicultural locale; with people from across Canada and around the world choosing to make this special place their home.
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