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    With about 1.2 million people, Surrey is the 12th-most populous English county, the third-most populous home county, after Kent and Essex, and the third-most populous in the Southeast, after Hampshire and Kent. Surrey is a relatively affluent county. It has the highest proportion of woodland of counties in England.

  2. Surrey /ˈsʌɹi/ es uno de los cuarenta y siete condados de Inglaterra, Reino Unido, con capital en Guildford. Ubicado en la región Sudeste limita al noroeste con Berkshire, al norte con Gran Londres, al este con Kent, al sureste con Sussex del Este, al sur con Sussex del Oeste y al oeste con Hampshire. Surrey cuenta con alrededor de 1.000.000 de habitantes. La capital tradicional Kingston upon Thames, ha dejado de formar parte del condado debido a la expansión de Londres. La actual ...

  3. Coordenadas: 49°11′00″N 122°51′00″O ( mapa) Surrey (Columbia Británica) Surrey es una ciudad canadiense de la provincia de Columbia Británica. Forma parte del Distrito Regional del Gran Vancouver y es parte del Área Metropolitana de Vancouver . Índice 1 Demografía 2 Clima 3 Lugares de interés 4 Referencias 5 Enlaces externos Demografía [ editar]

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    Surrey was incorporated in 1879, and encompasses land formerly occupied by a number of Halqemeylem-speaking indigenous groups. When Englishman H.J. Brewer looked across the Fraser River from New Westminster and saw a land reminiscent of his native County of Surrey in England, the settlement of Surrey was placed on the map. The area then comprised f...

    Surrey is governed by the elected Surrey City Council comprising the mayor and eight councillors. The current mayor is Brenda Locke, who took office on October 15th, 2022.The last elections were held in October 2015. Current City Councillors are: Linda Annis, Doug Elford, Laurie Guerra, Jack Singh Hundial, Brenda Locke, Mandeep Nagra, Allison Patto...

    In the 2021 Canadian census conducted by Statistics Canada, Surrey had a population of 568,322 living in 185,671 of its 195,098 total private dwellings, a change of 9.7% from its 2016 population of 517,887. With a land area of 316.11 km2 (122.05 sq mi), it had a population density of 1,797.9/km2(4,656.4/sq mi) in 2021. Surrey is the 11th largest ci...

    The city is characterized by low population density urban sprawl, typical of North American cities, which includes areas of residential housing, light industry and commercial centres and is prone to strip development and malls. Approximately 2,465 hectares (6,091 acres) or 27 percent of the land area is designated as part of the Agricultural Land R...

    Surrey is one of the largest industrial centres within British Columbia, with a burgeoning high technology, clean energy, advanced manufacturing, health, education, agriculture, and arts sector. Increase in filming activity in Surrey resulted in 189 productions, including 15 at the city hall plaza, in 2017. In 2018, Surrey opened a $68 million biof...

    Of the city's population over the age of 25, 23.7% hold a bachelor's degree or higher, slightly below the national average of 25.8% and 47.2% work in professional and managerial jobs, compared with the national average of 52.7%.


    The Museum of Surrey is affiliated with CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.[citation needed] It reopened as the Museum of Surrey on September 29, 2018, after a renovation which added 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) to the previous 24,000-square-foot (2,200 m2) building. Surrey Art Gallery is the second largest public art museum in the Metro Vancouver region.It opened on September 13, 1975. The historic Surrey Municipal Hall complex includes the Cenotaph in Heritage Square, the Surrey Museu...


    Attracting 15,000 people every February since 2004, WinterFest is a day of live music, sporting activities, food, and fireworks, held at the Central City Plaza. Since 1888, the town centre of Cloverdale has hosted the annual Cloverdale Rodeo and Country Fair at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds every May long weekend. The Fair is Canada's second largest rodeo,[citation needed] and it features 150 acres (0.61 km2) of family-oriented entertainment including agricultural/horticultural exhibits, a weste...

    News media

    In addition to news media from Vancouver, the community is served by The Surrey Now-Leader newspaper, and the Peace Arch News newspaper (for South Surrey). The city is also home to South Asian Broadcasting's ethnic radio station ReD-FM and the Asian Journalnewspaper. The first Surrey-based English-language radio station, My Surrey FM 107.7 FM, was licensed by the CRTC in 2014 and is now Pulse FM 107.7 reporting about South of the Fraser news. Radio India, another Indo-Canadian radio station,...

    Every summer, Surrey hosts the Canada Cup International Women's Fastpitch Tournament. It began in 1993 as an international women's fastpitch developmental softball tournament to help teams prepare for the Olympicsby facing top-calibre competition. The event continues to be a fan favourite with gate attendance reaching 93,000 for the nine-day tourna...


    The first non-Indigenous settlement of Surrey was founded near Crescent Beach, located in South Surrey; another was founded near Bridgeview/Brownsville, located in North Surrey. Early trails and roads helped to encourage the settlement of Surrey. The first trail built by a settler was the 1861 the Kennedy Trail. James Kennedy built the trail to provide a route between New Westminster and the natural pasture land on the Mud Bay Flats next to the Serpentine River. The Semiahmoo Wagon Road was b...

    Current transportation network

    Public transit in Surrey, as with the rest of Metro Vancouver, is operated by TransLink, which provides frequent bus service throughout Surrey, and to other Metro Vancouver municipalities. Metro Vancouver's metropolitan rail system, SkyTrain, provides Surrey with an Expo Line service to Downtown Vancouvervia four stations: Scott Road, Gateway, Surrey Central, and King George. The Canadian National Railway, Canadian Pacific Railway, BNSF Railway, and Southern Railway of British Columbiahave tr...

    Future transportation

    Funding a light rail transit (LRT) line linking both Newton and Guildford with Surrey City Centre was agreed to by both BC's provincial government and the federal government. The project was unpopular, and after electing a new mayor and council in October 2018, who had run on a platform to cancel the LRT line in favour of extending the existing SkyTrain line to Langley, made it their first order of business. TransLink's Mayors' Council, who has the ultimate authority over the project, respond...

    In 2008, Surrey city council created and adopted the Surrey Sustainability Charter:a comprehensive document spanning 72 pages that takes a comprehensive look at all facets of society and creates an overarching document to guide the urban development of the city for the next 50 years. In 2011, the city council released the second update to the 2008 ...

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  4. A map of England showing the position of Surrey Surrey is a county in southern England. The size of Surrey is about 1,663 km² and it has about 1,059,000 people ( 2002 ). It is near London. Surrey's largest town is Guildford. In Guildford there is also a university. The River Thames forms part of Surrey's north border.

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    Surrey [ ˈsʌɹɪ] ist eine Grafschaft (County) im Süden Englands. Sie besteht aus den Distrikten Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Guildford, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, Tandridge, Waverley und Woking. Die Grafschaft grenzt an Hampshire, Berkshire, Greater London, Kent, East Sussex und West Sussex .