Documents and resources shared by city on its Nature Pathway
1. Commit & Mobilize
2. Research & Assess
3. Set Baseline
1. Develop Strategy
2. Detail & Finance Projects
3. Implement & Monitor
1. Integrate & Collaborate
2. Review & Upscale
3. Advocate & Inspire
Head of Government
Mayor of City of Surrey
"My advocacy for the people of Surrey is sincere and comes from strong and far-reaching roots."
An example of BC's endangered Coastal Douglas-fir zone, Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest represents just one of Surrey's many mature forest parks and biodiversity "hubs".
Close to the heart of City Centre, Green Timbers Urban Forest is a mosaic of mature forest and freshwater features.
Near the border with White Rock, Kwomais Park is a relaxing gem in south Surrey with spectacular views of the Salish Sea.
Hundreds of greenbelts provide a network of pedestrian oriented natural areas connecting residential and commercial areas.
Found in the northeast part of Surrey, Charles Richardson Nature Reserve is a mix of old-field, forest and wetland habitat and one of four special management parks with a focus on biodiversity.
One of Surrey's newer town centre parks, Hawthorne is a mosaic of forest, wetlands, passive grass areas and gardens.
Near the Provincial Courthouse and Surrey RCMP Detachment. It was built in 2001 as a Xeriscape – a landscape designed to work with nature and use less water.