2018 Summer Recreation Guide
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DROP-IN ADMISSIONS & PASSES Our fee structure is designed to fit the needs of all active people, complete with pass options and great values.
Annual & Monthly Recreation Passes Valid at all facilities. Recreation Passes allow you to visit any of our facilities and includes access to all drop-in fitness, gyms, pools, and arenas.
Type Child/Youth (2‑18yrs)
At any Surrey Parks, Recreation &Culture facility
1 mos 137.75 Monthly Payment Options Surrey offers monthly payment options on 1-year Recreation Passes. Make payments using automatic debit, or credit card. Skip the line-up and buy your yearly or monthly passes online. 35.25 52.00 69.00 52.00
BEFORE YOU REGISTER... Have The Following Ready: Family PIN & Client Number
Drop-in Fees Valid at all facilities.
Credit Card Information We accept Visa, Mastercard or American Express. You may also pay by cash, cheque or Debit Card if you are planning to register in person at one of our facilities.
Type Child/Youth (2‑18yrs)
1 visit 1 visit
Create an account online or call 604‑501‑5100 and press 0, Monday to Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm and our customer service representatives will issue you a Client and PIN number.
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† Family Pass is valid for a maximum of 2 adults and unlimited dependent children 18 years or younger. * Per family member (minimum 1 parent/guardian and 1 dependent child 18 years or younger). ** Student rates only apply for accredited post-secondary institutions and require proof of student ID. « Value time drop-in pricing is offered at some facilities during non-prime times. If a facility offers value time it will be indicated on the drop-in schedule for that facility. ^ 60yrs+ who purchase a 1-year Recreation Pass will be offered a complimentary City-wide Senior Services Membership.
The Recreation Passcard is mandatory at some facilities and is free of charge. Check online under Admissions & Passes for full details. www.surrey.ca/recreation
PARKS, RECREATION & SPORT TOURISM COMMITTEE Councillor Bruce Hayne, Chair
The goal of the Committee is to enhance Parks, Recreation and Sport Tourism opportunities in the City of Surrey for the enjoyment and well-being of current and future residents. The Committee provides advice to Council on new policies, critical priorities and future directions related to the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department. The Committee is comprised of six members of the community, (who are appointed by Council), one School Board Trustee, two Councillors and two youth representatives. Left to right, Back: Councillor Tom Gill, Trustee Terry Allen, Rick Benson, Bonnie Burnside, Youth Rep Karan Grover; Front: Gurpreet Rai, Chris Murphy, Councillor Bruce Hayne, Cliff Annable, Melanie Booth; Absent: Youth Rep Sandip Gill.
* Operated through a Community Partnership
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