The Communities inside the City of Surrey
The City Centre district
is in the north end of Surrey. The King George Highway runs right
through the middle of the City Centre area.
Its south boundary is 92nd
Avenue and its north boundary is 112th Avenue.
Its west boundary is 132nd Street
and in general its east boundary is 140th street with a couple
of areas east of 140th.
The population of the City Centre area is a little over 20,000.
district us located in the north
west corner of Surrey
along the Fraser
River. The Fraser river is its north and western
boundary. It extends south to 88th Avenue
and juts south of that in a couple of spots. Its eastern boundary is 144 Street. If you paid attention to the City Centre
District’s boundaries you will notice that Whalley surrounds the City
The Patullo Bridge over the Fraser River
to New Westminster
is in the Whalley District. The
Whalley District has a population of around 60,000.
City Center / Whalley Attractions
Miniature Railroad – Bear Creek
Park is opens at 10:00
am 365 days a year. They have a
historic miniature diesel and steam engines. The ride goes through a magic forest and
a tunnel with displays in it. This
ride is fun for all ages.
Bear Creek Park
13750 88th Avenue
Surrey Arts Center – Music and dance performances both
professional and community in nature are performed in the two theaters
located here. There is also an art
gallery and a gift shop. Located in Bear Creek Park.
Surrey Arts Center
13750 88th Avenue
east of King George Highway)
the city's arts web site.
The Guildford District
occupies the northeast corner of Surrey. Its north boundary is the Fraser River. Its western boundary is 114th Street
and its eastern boundary is 196th
The district’s southern boundary is 96th Avenue in the western
half of the district and 84th and 80th Avenues in the
eastern half of the district.
Guildford Town Center – This family friendly shopping mall has over 200 stores. Their hours are open at 9:30 AM except Sun. & Holidays at 11:00 AM. Close;
Mon. & Tues. at 5:30 PM,
Wed, Thur, Fri. at 9:00 PM, Sat., Sun, & Holidays at 6:00 PM
Location: It is conveniently accessed from Trans
Canada Highway 1 by going south at the 152nd Street turnoff for about
1 km to 104th Ave.
If you're coming from the east, you should get off at the 160th Street
turnoff and come down 104th
Ave. about 3 km to 152nd Street.
2695 Guildford Town
Surrey, BC V3R
The Fleetwood District is
located a little north of dead center in Surrey. It is surrounded by Whalley to the west,
Guildford to the north, Guildford and Cloverdale to the east, and Newton
to the south and west. Fleetwood’s
northern boundary is 96th
Avenue and its southern boundary is 80th,
72nd, and 64th Avenues. It’s western boundary is 144th
Street in the north and 152nd in the south.
Surrey Sport and Leisure Complex – Aquatics & Fitness – This is Surrey’s
newest and largest aquatic facility.
It has a 52 meter competition pool with public swims, a leisure pool
with a 160 foot water slide, spray water toys, and “RIP Tide Rapids.” They have a wet steam room, fitness
center, dry sauna, and a 72 person swirl pool.
Location: Just east of the King George Highway on the Fraser Highway.
Surrey Sport and Leisure Complex
16555 Fraser Highway Unit 100
The Newton District is in
the center of the western border of Surrey. Its northern border for the most part is 88th Avenue
in the west and 80th
Avenue in the east. Its southern border is the Colebrook Road
except for a few kilometers in the east which is 56th Avenue. Its western boundary is 120th Street
(The Scott Road) and its eastern border is 152nd Street.
The population of the
Newton District is over 91,000.
Newton Recreation Centre – This fun filled water recreation center offers
a water fortress complete with water blasters, water slides, hoses, and
nozzles. There are also two massive
water slides, including the “Black Mamba” a dizzying trip through darkness
on a water slide. They also have a
wave pool for surfing and wave riding.
They have a hot tub for all ages and a steam room for adults. They also have fully equipped cardio and
weight rooms. There are two
cafeterias and a licensed lounge (bar).
There is even a swimwear shop.
People travel from as far away as Bellingham, Washington
State to visit this facility.
Newton Recreation Centre
The Cloverdale District
lies in the middle of the eastern border of Surrey. Its western border is 160th Street at its widest
point and its eastern border is 196th
Cloverdale’s southern border is Highway-10 in the west, 48th Avenue
in the center and 40th
Avenue on the east end. Its northern border is 72nd Avenue in the west, 84th Avenue
in the center and 80th
Avenue in the east.
is around 30,000.