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.

Car-Free Day Vendor Applications

A free community festival; free of cars, promoting active transportation, focused on families and the promotion of local business.

Car-Free Day Vendor Applications

A free community festival; free of cars, promoting active transportation, focused on families and the promotion of local business.

Upcoming Events

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Car Free Day makes its debut in Surrey!

Car Free Day Surrey presented by TransLink, is pleased to announce the first wave of artists playing on Saturday June 11, 2022, from NOON - 8PM.   The festival will...

Salsa & Guacamole

Paola and Heriksen Hein capture the essence of Mexican cuisine   The bold, vibrant and complex flavours of authentic Mexican food have become a part of the neighbourhood!   Paola...

Her-stories

Two local Newton women consider how good advice, given and taken leads to successful pathways   March has been Women’s History Month. The entire month honoured women, and focused on...

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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
  • New businesses

    New to Newton?

    Fill out the provided form and let us know you are here! And look out for more information about what we can do for you.

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