Surrey is growing fast - and yes, 1,000 newcomers a month. With more people come more businesses, more jobs, more investments, and ultimately a more dynamic place to live, work and play. North Surrey has attracted the province's top employers and most popular post-secondary institutions - Kwantlen, UBC and SFU.
The population in Surrey is 513,000 people and ranks third fastest-growing city in Canada. City Centre's population is 33,660 and is projected to more than double in twenty years. Over $12 billion in new construction has occurred in Surrey in the past 10 years. By 2041, Surrey will become the province's largest city.
North Surrey is the upbeat urban life of Surrey. The boundaries stretch south to 88th Ave, King George Highway, 120th Street, and 96th Ave, and east to Fraser Highway and 152nd Street. Neighborhoods include Guildford, Whalley, Boliver Heights, Fraser Heights, Bridgeview, Cedar Hills and Port Kells.