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Surrey Seniors

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In response to COVID-19, the Province is funding the expansion of bc211, a provincewide information and referral service, to match seniors with volunteers. Call 2-1-1 if you are a senior and would like to be linked with a volunteer who can deliver groceries, medications, and many other needs. Also call 2-1-1 if you would like to volunteer to provide assistance to a senior in your community.

The City of Surrey offers a variety of resources and services to seniors and their families. Supported by Surrey's Age Friendly Strategy for Seniors, we also provide opportunities for seniors to stay active and engaged with our community.

Also review our list of COVID-19 resources specifically for seniors.

Newton Seniors Centre

Newton Seniors Centre has a wide variety of services for seniors in the Newton community. This facility has a dedicated Seniors lounge, cafeteria and auditorium with stage, fitness and wellness areas, multi-purpose, activity and billiards rooms, and a computer lab.

Don't live in Newton? There are plenty of services offered by the recreation facility in your neighbourhood.

Healthy Active Aging Guide

Take a peek at the new seniors guide for adults (ages 55+) and their caregivers. Learn about the great initiatives, services, programs and resources available to seniors in Surrey.

Download the Guide

Volunteer Opportunities

Get involved in your community! Find volunteer opportunities that fit your skills and interests.

Seniors Volunteer Initiative

The City of Surrey was awarded funding from the Provincial Government to develop a strategy that will help enable seniors in Surrey to share their skills, experiences, and wealth of knowledge through a Seniors Volunteer Initiative (SVI).

Senior Connector Program and Locations

The Senior Connector program connects seniors to resources in their community. Our program helps preserve independence for seniors by providing information, support, and connections to services available in our community.

The Seniors Come Share Society's Seniors Resource Directory provides a list of resources and organizations seniors may find useful.

The Senior Connector program is offered in partnership with the City of Surrey, Surrey's Recreation Facilities, and the Seniors Come Share Society. For more information or to book an appointment call 604-531-9400.

Seniors playing carpet bowling at Fleetwood Community Centre.

Drop-in ballroom dancers at Guildford Recreation Centre.

The Seniors Recreation Opportunities & Events Newsletter has monthly centre-specific News & Updates and Seniors Guide by email. We will keep you up to date on recreation programs, events, services and other important opportunities available to Seniors in Surrey.

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Age Friendly Strategy for Seniors

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