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  • 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...
  • Vegetative Cover

    Trees and plants have important benefits for ecosystems and city operations. By absorbing rainfall, vegetation reduces the need for costly stormwater treatment and flood...
  • Trees Planted

    Trees provide many benefits. They filter air pollution and water contaminants, improving air and water quality. They prevent soil erosion and create shade for pedestrians and...
  • 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 Unimproved Parkland

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  • 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...
  • 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
  • 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...
  • Integrated Stormwater Management Plans

    Integrated Stormwater Management Plans (ISMPs) take an ecosystem-based approach to rainwater management. These plans are an essential part of a city's growth management strategy...
  • Historical Climate Data - 1937-2007

    Historical Monthly Climate Data Mean Maximum Temperature Mean Temperature Mean Minimum Temperature Extreme Maximum Temperature Extreme Minimum Temperature Total Rainfall Total...
  • GHG Emissions from Community Transportation

    On-road transportation is a significant source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, accounting for one-third of all emissions in the Lower Mainland. Reducing energy consumption...
  • GHG Emissions from Community Buildings

    Buildings account for a significant proportion of energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in a community. Reducing energy consumption through energy retrofits and building...
  • GHG Emissions from City Fleet

    On-road transportation is a significant source of greenhouse gases, accounting for one-third of all emission in the Lower Mainland, and is one of the primary users of energy in...
  • GHG Emissions from City Facilities

    The greenhouse gases that we emit by burning fossil fuels to power our buildings, vehicles, and industry have far-reaching and unpredictable environmental and economic...
  • 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...
  • Energy Retrofits

    Buildings account for a significant proportion of energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in a community. Reducing energy consumption through energy retrofits creates less...
  • 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...
  • Ecosystem Corridors

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