Surrey is BC’s second biggest city, home to more than half a million people. It is also a very diverse city, making it an exciting place to live and explore.
The Surrey area has been inhabited by First Nations People for thousands of years, was incorporated in 1879 and officially became a city in 1993. Surrey was named by an English settler because the area reminded him of his English home in the county of Surrey. With all of that history, Surrey has many fascinating heritage sites to explore, such as the Historic Stewart Farm.
Surrey’s very diverse population means that there is a wide range of restaurants, events, shops and more for residents to discover. One example is the annual Vaisakhi Parade, one of the biggest celebrations of its kind in the world, involving more than 200,000 people every year.
There are also lots of green spaces in the city, as well as easy access to the surrounding country. Surrey Bend Regional Park encompasses 860 acres of wetlands, trails and picnic areas. Other places to enjoy nature include Mud Bay Park, Bear Creek Park and Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest.
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