​​Public Meetings & Open Houses:

For More Information:
City of Surrey


Want To Help Save Green Timbers Urban Forest???:

For More Information:
Now Newspaper Article

To Sign The Petition:
Save Green Timbers


Goodbye from SSCC……

When we started SSCC it was to help get people out of isolation and into their communities. We then added additional pages to help inform people of what was happening in their communities and ways to get involved and volunteer.

Over the years we have continued to grow and now have over 50+ sources of events and information coming to us to share with our thousands of viewers.

Unfortunately, we lost some key volunteers this last year and as a result we have decided it is time to say goodbye. We hope we have been of service to our community and we hope you continue to enjoy all of what BC has to offer.

Thank you!!! 

 P.S. We will be leaving the website up for awhile in case you want to save some of the links or maps.  :-)

South Surrey Connecting Communities


​​​​Calls For Submissions:

Friends of the White Rock Library - 2018 Creative Writing Contest. Deadline for submission: August 1, 2018.

For more information check out the pdf button below. 

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​​​​Surrey’s Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants:

Interested in improving your neighborhood?

Work on projects with your family, friends, and neighbours that bring our community together and make our neighbourhood more beautiful. Host a block party, street celebration, or a local event! These are just a few community initiatives you can help organize by applying for Surrey’s Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants.

All Surrey residents, community groups, and associations are welcome to apply, as long as it is not for a project you have applied and already received funding for through Surrey’s Cultural Grants Program.

See if your project qualifies for a grant!
Surrey’s Beautification Planner 

For More Information:
City of Surrey

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​​Newton: Sustainability in Action:

Creating a sustainable neighbourhood action plan with your help.

This neighbourhood-wide project engages residents to identify ways Newton can be a more thriving, green and inclusive community. We are taking the goals of 
Surrey’s Sustainability Charter  and seeing what they look like at a neighbourhood level. Together with Newton residents, businesses and organizations, we are creating a sustainable neighbourhood action plan to achieve our shared goals. Congratulations Wioletta and Teresa, our Newton business gift certificate winners.

For More Information:
City of Surrey

New Arts Hub in City Centre:

On June 20, the new Art Space at 
10660 City Parkway held its official opening celebration. Operated by Streetrich Hip Hop Society and Royal Canadian Theatre Company in partnership with the City of Surrey, this new art space will not only support their own production and rehearsal needs, it will also be available to other artists and arts organizations.

This space is designed to support a range of art activities including workshops, rehearsals and presentations. It includes an art-making workshop as well as a rehearsal hall equipped with a sprung dance floor, mirrors, theatrical drapes, sound and lighting.

Royal Canadian Theatre Company
Streetrich Hip Hop Society

​​​​​Arts & Culture Map:

Register your organization today!

The Arts & Culture Map is a geographical hub, connecting you to Surrey's vibrant Arts, Heritage and Culture. This amazing platform allows you to see the various cultural venues, public art, indigenous art, art walk, and events located across Surrey.

We will be adding a new section to the Arts & Culture Map that focuses solely on Surrey’s cultural organizations. This is a great way of communicating to the public who you are, what you do, and where you are located.

Help us create further awareness for your organization!  
Register today!


Surrey Leadership Youth Council (SLYC):

Have Your Voice Heard and Acted Upon by the City

Have thoughts, opinions, and ideas about your community? Encourage other youth in Surrey to speak up by joining the Surrey Leadership Youth Council (SLYC)!

SLYC is a group of youth who’re aiming to have youth voices heard and acted upon by the City of Surrey. SLYC believes other youth know what’s up and can make a difference. Come out to our meetings!

4:15 pm – 6:30 pm - Surrey City Hall

For More Information & Join:


Join the Community Art Program - Help Plan the Next Big Art Project in City Centre:

Are you interested in group art projects and events? Do you want to take leadership in your community? Come be a part of the new Community Art Program. This is a great chance to meet new people and share your creativity. No art skills required. Open to young people ages 15–30. Food and beverages provided.

For More Information:
City of Surrey


Make a Difference in Your Community!:

If you want to make a difference in your community, the good news is that you can! Our youth engagement project team is creating a video to showcase what youth, like you, want to see in your community. If you’re not camera-shy and have an amazing idea to make your community a better place, share your vision with us on the spotlight!

For More Information:
Surrey Youth

To Schedule a Time for Filming:
Please contact 
Mannie Deo


Youth Engagement Program (YEP):

Have an Idea for a New Service?

Do you have an idea for a project or an event, but need some help or support to make it happen? We are looking for you to tell us what you want to see in your City and we will support you in making it happen. Don’t just be a user of our services, be a creator of our services! Contact us at 
youth@surrey.ca or connect with your local recreation centre's YEP team!

For More Information:
Youth Surrey


Surrey Council Meetings:

For More Information:
City of Surrey


​​White Rock Council Meetings in 2018:

Mark your calendars! The Regular Council Meeting schedule for 2018 was approved. Council meetings will take place: 

·  January 15 & 29
·  February 5 & 19
·  March 5 & 12
·  April 9 & 23
·  May 14 & 28
·  June 11 & 25
·  July 9 & 23
·  September 17 & 24
·  October 1
·  November 5 & 19
·  December 10

Did you know that we record and archive all Regular Council meetings? You can watch past Council Meetings, including staff presentations, delegations, and decisions by Council on our website.

To View Information:

City of White Rock



​​Design Recreation Programs:

The Vancouver Park Board is committed to making our recreation services welcoming and accessible for members of the trans, gender diverse and Two-Spirit (TGD2S) community.

If you identify as a TGD2S individual or are the parent or guardian of a TGD2S child, we'd love to hear from you. 

How can we design recreation programs that meet your needs?

Your feedback will help us to: train Park Board staff in trans, gender diverse, and Two Spirit awareness, suggest facility changes and develop fun programs for the TGD2S community.

Please share with your community and networks!

To Take Survey:
City of Vancouver   


Newton Sustainability in Action:

Share Your Thoughts and Win!

Get involved in a neighbourhood-wide project to identify ways to make Newton a more thriving, green and inclusive community. Residents, households, businesses, and community organizations are invited to work together to create a sustainable action plan for the Newton neighbourhood.

For More Information:
City of Surrey


Seniors Volunteer Initiative:

Surrey is pleased to announce the launch of a new Seniors Volunteer Initiative, a pilot project funded in part by the Province of BC. The goal is to increase meaningful volunteer opportunities for seniors to enable them to share their skills and talent with their community.

Take the Survey Today!    


​​​​​What’s your take on Arts & Heritage in Surrey?

Surrey’s Arts & Heritage facilities and programs serve tens of thousands of residents every year. Complete this quick four-minute survey to share your experiences, and make suggestions on what you would like to see and do. You’ll be entered into a prize draw for a $500 Visa Gift Card.

Arts & Heritage Survey​


Affordable Housing Strategy:

Take our survey today and become part of the solution

Affordable housing is a hot topic of discussion throughout the Metro Vancouver region. Currently, too many Surrey renters live in unaffordable and crowded housing. Affordable home ownership is also a concern in Surrey. In order to address these challenges, the City is currently developing an Affordable Housing Strategy (AHS). The Strategy will identify the specific needs and local market conditions in Surrey, and provide recommendations for further action to address housing affordability.

To Take The Survey:
City Speaks