Find a Truck Parking Facility
The above map shows the third party truck parking facilities available throughout the City. Inclusion does not imply recommendation or endorsement by the City of any of the services provided, nor does it signify that the business is in compliance with all City bylaws or other applicable provincial or federal regulations.
Where are trucks permitted to park?
Parking heavy trucks with a licensed gross vehicle weight that exceeds 5,000 kilograms (11,023 lbs) is permitted only within certain zones of the City:
- Residential: Heavy trucks are not permitted to be parked or stored either inside or outside a building or structure on any lot in a residential zone
- Industrial: Sites zoned Light Impact Industrial (IL) and High Impact Industrial (IH) permit commercial vehicle parking and the development of truck parking facilities
- Agricultural: Parking in agricultural zones is permitted as long as the parking of the truck is related to the agricultural use of the property or meets the following conditions:
- There is a farm operation and a residential dwelling on the lot
- The trucks and trailers are registered to the owner and/or occupant of the lot
- The parking of the trucks and trailers are in compliance with setbacks, farm residential footprint requirements and fill deposition regulations
- There is appropriate or suitable access to the farm site.
- In which case you will be permitted to park 2 trucks and trailers on lots up to 10 acres and 3 trucks and trailers on lots 10 acres or more.
Commercial vehicle enforcement rules and regulations
- Heavy Commercial Vehicles
- Heavy Trucks
- Truck Routes
- Securing your Load
- Parking of trailers
Heavy Commercial Vehicles
For the purpose of the City of Surrey's Highway and Traffic By-law, 1997, No. 13007, a Heavy Commercial Vehicle is any vehicle with a licensed gross vehicle weight over 5,000 Kilograms. This includes, but is not limited to, trucks, tow vehicles, wreckers, buses or highway tractors (with or without trailers).
The City of Surrey prohibits the parking of Heavy Commercial Vehicles from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on any street in Surrey, even those designated as truck routes. Learn about truck parking facilities located in Surrey in the map at the top of this page.
Heavy Commercial Vehicles can only park temporarily in a residential area for the purpose of loading or unloading at any time of day.
A Heavy Truck is any commercial vehicle with a licensed gross vehicle weight over 10,000kg. This includes, but is not limited to, dump trucks, buses or highway tractors (with or without trailers).
Heavy Trucks are not allowed in residential areas for the purpose of deliveries between 7:00 pm and 7:00 am.
All truck routes are clearly marked with signage indicating direction of the truck route and time restrictions, if applicable. If there is no sign indicating a road is a truck route, it is not a truck route.
Trucks Not Permitted
Some roads have signage clearly stating No Heavy Truck Route. These roads, for a variety of reasons, are designated No Heavy Truck Route, as there are safety issues (school zones, playground zones, steep hills) associated with trucks travelling on them. As these roads are specifically named "No Heavy Truck Route," the fines associated with travelling on a No Heavy Truck Route are higher than roads without that designation.
If your delivery destination is off a truck route, you arrive at and depart from your destination by using the most direct route from the nearest truck route to your delivery point.
Securing your Load
A properly secured load prevents injuries and accidents from occurring due to articles falling or bouncing off a truck or trailer.
You must ensure that not only is your load prevented from moving side to side or back and forth, but also upward. By preventing upward motion, you ensure your load, in the event of an accident, remains on the truck or trailer.
Parking of trailers
Trailers must be hooked up to a vehicle with motive power (for example, a towing vehicle) when parked on a city street.
By-law Enforcement is responsible for ensuring compliance of City by-laws related to parking. The Highway and Traffic By-law, 1997, No. 13007 regulates the use (including parking) of all City of Surrey streets. This By-law, in large part, reflects the Province of British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act. Concord Parking provide most parking enforcement services for the City of Surrey; however, By-law Enforcement Officers and the Surrey RCMP also enforce the Highway and Traffic By-Law.
Learn more about Truck Parking in Surrey in Zoning Bylaw, No. 12000, Part 4, General Provisions, IL Zone and IH Zone sections.
Contact Richie Sidhu, Traffic Management Coordinator, at email@example.com with any questions.