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Love Where You Live

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Keeping Our City Clean and Beautiful.

Love Where You Live is Surrey’s beautification and clean-up initiative. Learn about ways to get involved in keeping Surrey beautiful and clean. Whether you want to clean your street, neighbourhood, park or school, we have resources to help you get it done safely. 

This year we are encouraging you to help clean up Surrey, but also to observe the Provincial government's guidance on physical distancing. Even if we have to stay apart, cleaning up and beautifying your neighbourhood is a great way to show you care about your neighbours and community.  

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Get Involved

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20 Minute Clean-Up Challenge

Can you help clean 20 minutes a week over the summer? Sign up for the 20 minute challenge!

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Pop Up Park Cleanup Events

Make your Monday mornings impactful this summer and help clean up a park near you!

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Clean-Up Registration

Register your Clean-Up and we will help with equipment and bag pickup. Enter to win monthly prizes!

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Pack it In, Pack it Out

Learn how to have a sustainable picnic in a Surrey park and enter to win sustainable picnic set.

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Neighbourhood Enhancement Grants

Receive a grant to do a small beautification project in your neighbourhood.

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Business Beautification Tools

See grants and other resources for business owners to help keep their storefronts beautiful.

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Adopt A Street

Pledge to keep your street clean by picking up litter and debris at least once a month.

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City Beautification

Work with your neighbourhood and the City of Surrey to create spaces that promote community pride.

Community Engagement

Get involved in your community by volunteering, leading a neighbourhood project or attending events.