Welcome to Newton!

Newton is named after settler E.J. Newton who in 1886 settled at what is now 72 Avenue and 124 Street. The BC Electric Railway stimulated Newton’s growth and helped to establish the corner of 72 Avenue and King George Boulevard as a Town Centre.

Newton News

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Newton News

Catchup on our monthly news feature!

Upcoming Events

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BIA & City Unveil Street Furniture Installation

As part of ongoing city beautification efforts, new street furniture was unveiled for the Newton community on June 11th during the inaugural Car Free Day event hosted by the Newton Business...

Surrey BIA Week – June 20 to 26

  This year we're excited to celebrate 60 years of BIAs and local businesses that make Surrey neighbourhoods the places that we love to eat, shop, play and be in!...

You’re invited to Car-free Day Surrey

Car Free Day makes its debut in Surrey, with plenty of family-friendly fun for all ages.   Car Free Day — Surrey presented by TransLink, is pleased to  announce the...

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Graffiti program

Have you spotted any graffiti?

Report it by sending us an email. ‘Goodbye Graffiti’ is contracted by the BIA to ensure the boundary is a graffiti free zone.

  • graffiti@newtonbia.com
  • Safety Concerns

    Always call 911 in case of an emergency.

    For all other non-emergency safety concerns call Non-Emergency Surrey RCMP.

  • 604-599-0502
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