Datasets

  • Water Quality in Streams

    Surrey has over 1400 kilometres of urban streams running through our neighbourhoods and parkland. These stream corridors are home to many wildlife species, and provide important...
  • Traffic Incidents

    Safe mobility is about reducing the risk of harm on our streets for all road users. Improving road infrastructure, such as installing bike lanes, traffic calming measures, and...
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Collisions

    Cycling and walking are important modes of transportation for maintaining health, reducing our environmental impact, and creating a vibrant community. Ensuring our streets are...
  • Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants

    The City's Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants support community-led projects or events that improve public spaces and foster connections between neighbours. These types of...
  • Drinking Water Quality

    In Metro Vancouver, water is collected from rainfall, snowmelt, creeks, and streams from the mountains near the Capilano, Seymour and Coquitlam watersheds. Our drinking water...
  • City Cultural Grants

    The Cultural Grants program supports the development of local arts and heritage organizations, and aims to stimulate new programs and activities that will make Surrey a cultural...
  • Access to Frequent Transit

    Research indicates that passengers are willing to walk 400 meters to access basic transit services and up to 800 meters to access rapid transit services. TransLink's Frequent...
  • Crime Rate

    Protecting people and property is a priority under Surrey’s Public Safety Strategy, and is important for ensuring a high quality of life for people who live and work in the...
  • Air Quality

    The air we breathe affects human health, the environment, and our quality of life. Air quality is determined by the level of pollutants suspended in the air, as well as weather...
  • Corporate Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    The City is committed to fighting climate change, which begins with leadership in our own operations. Building higher energy performance buildings, retrofitting existing...
  • Community Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Buildings and transportation are two major sources of community greenhouse gas emissions that can have far-reaching and unpredictable environmental and economic consequences....
  • Internet Connectivity

    Internet connectivity is increasingly important in today's world. For businesses and individuals, the internet provides a platform to both access and distribute information and...
  • Renewable Energy in City District Energy System

    Utilizing renewable energy sources, such as geothermal, solar, or biofuel is an important step towards reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in our community. It also...
  • Child Poverty

    Children and families with low income have inadequate resources to support their basic needs such as food, housing, and transportation. Children living in poverty are more...
  • Participation in Emergency Preparedness Program

    Whether it is an earthquake, flood, power outage or other emergency, residents and businesses should be prepared for unexpected events and disasters. Creating an emergency kit,...