In British Columbia’s City of Surrey, South Surrey, is a neighbourhood in the southern part of the city, located on the Semiahmoo Peninsula. Elgin, Chantrell Creek, and Morgan Creek are among the communities in South Surrey. Hazelmere and Ocean Park are two of the more affluent areas. Almost all of South Surrey is located inside the city limits of White Rock.
With a total of 25,655 residents over the age of sixty, South Surrey is home to the majority of Surrey’s elderly citizens. As a result, it is larger than any town centre in Surrey. South Surrey had a population of 77,170 at the time of the 2016 census.
Semiahmoo Secondary School, Earl Marriott Secondary School, and Elgin Park Secondary School are all public secondary schools in South Surrey. White Rock Christian Academy and Southridge School are two of the area’s private institutions. It is expected that Grandview Heights Secondary School will open in September 2021.
Highway 99, Highway 15, Route 10, and King George Boulevard are some of the main thoroughfares in South Surrey. The South Surrey Park and Ride and the White Rock Centre, which is partially located in the city of White Rock, are the two primary public transportation hubs in South Surrey. Bridgeport SkyTrain station in Richmond, King George, and Surrey Central SkyTrain stations in Surrey’s City Centre are served by the region’s bus lines.
Hockey is a popular sport in South Surrey, where the Surrey Eagles of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) play. This arena is located in South Surrey Athletic Park, which hosts all Eagle’s home games. This season, former Eagle Scott Gomez, who has since amassed more than 700 career NHL points, had a stellar season with Surrey Eagles. The South Surrey Athletic Park is also home to Softball City, a significant softball sporting facility.