Building Community Capacity
An important part of making sure you feel safe where you live is feeling supported by your community and knowing what resources are there for you and your family.
Building Community Capacity is third of four priorities in the Public Safety Strategy. Our objectives are to increase your community’s ability to respond to emergencies and to increase education and early intervention to support children, youth and their families.
This section of the strategy covers emergency planning and resources, strengthening people’s ties to community and supporting Surrey’s youth population and their families.
Providing multiple language RCMP support services for a diverse Surrey.
A new way of delivering early years education and support for families.
Program focusing on improving overall health & wellbeing of immigrant & refugee girls aged 9 to 13.
Learn about how the Surrey Fire Service is keeping you and your home safe.
Learn about Surrey's Emergency Program and how you can prepare for a disaster.
Libraries supports the community with a range of free programs and services.
Providing support to Surrey's large under 18 population.
Take part in National Volunteer Week (Apr 23 - 29) by finding opportunities in your community.
Mentoring youth to build confidence, leadership skills and improve their personal safety.