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Don't forget! The Ocean Park Beautification Committee presents "The Value of Trees" Presentation at the OP Hall this thursday at 7:30pm. Our speakers include City of Surrey staff who will present and answer questions. Come out and find out how you can help preserve the beauty and heritage of Ocean Park. ... See MoreSee Less

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One of our finest establishments is hiring! ... See MoreSee Less

[EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES] Due to our community's ever growing support we have new positions available for servers and cooks. We offer flexible hours, extended health & dental benefits, and competitiv...

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The Orchard keeps getting more beautiful! 👌🏻 ... See MoreSee Less

Another new sign! Thank you City of Surrey, the Honeybee Centre, Sources, and the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation for supporting our bee garden!

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Sip and Shop in Ocean Park on August 24th! :) ... See MoreSee Less

🛍Sip n' Shop! A Girls Night Out! 🌸THURSDAY AUGUST 24th🌸 Enjoy a fun night of shopping in Ocean Park Village, finishing off with a wine pairing in our store! Space limited to 10 people per st...

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August 17 Mark your Calendars! We've got a great line up at the Hall. Did you know you're not allowed to plant trees that will get this tall again in Surrey? ... See MoreSee Less

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A visitor spotted at the Ocean Park Community Orchard! ... See MoreSee Less

An unexpected visitor to the orchard. Thanks to my friend Kerry for stopping to take the photos!

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Message from another resident:

We are looking for care for our 2 kids (7 & 10) in September and for the School year. The kids are self-sufficient and really just need supervision once home from school. Looking for someone who can be at the house around 3:00 to meet the kids until I am home around 5 pm (kids will walk home).
Excellent for a high school student looking to make some extra money with little commitment. Monday to Thursdays. Email for more details.
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Message from a local resident: If you live on 128th street/Marine Drive and are concerned about speeding vehicles and motorcycles the only way we will get speed monitoring is if we all call into the non-emergency police line when it happens.

We are all aware 128th street is a cruising route with this type of activity peaking in the summer, however, it is also a residential neighborhood with plenty of kids riding bikes and crossing the street. A little respect for our neighbourhood would be appreciated. Please call if you see this type of activity.

Non-emergency line: 604-599-0502
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Monthly Archives: April 2016

LaRonde Development Open House

A notice of the public hearing for the Laronde Development at 13160 20th Ave (north of Laronde Elementary school) was issued to local residents surrounding the area last week. The public are invited to email the City Clerk ( or attend the meeting to learn more about the proposed development. Current concerns are the size of houses and lots and that the development is not in keeping with the surrounding neighbourhoods of Laronde, Amblegreen, Bridlewood, Huntington along with concerns of tree protection.







We NEED Forest Volunteers!

We are looking to put together a volunteer work group to take care of either a designated area in Fun Fun Park or Kwomais Park. The group will be given formal training on how to clip ivy and remove other invasive species by the City of Surrey and then meet every two weeks over the late Spring and Summer to clear that space of invasive plants.

Once the group has successfully cleared the designated space the City of Surrey will host a pizza party and volunteers will get to put new native plants back into the forest! Think salmon and thimble berries and more lovely native plants.

This is a great way to get involved in the community, meet new neighbours and give back to this beautiful area.

If you would like to participate please email

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What’s New in Ocean Park Village

In case you missed the monthly “Ocean Park Village” feature in the Peace Arch News, we have it here for you! Take a quick read of board member, Laura Thibeault’s highlights of what’s going on this month.


Ocean Park Community Orchard – Update

Last night (April 20) another public information session was hosted by The City of Surrey to address any concerns and questions local residents may have about the proposed Community Orchard on the City-owned passive space at Ocean Park Terrace (128th Street and 22nd avenue).
If you were not able to attend, attached are the renderings the City has produced for the project based on the initial vision the Community Orchard committee had for the site.
A few points of concern were raised by some residents who live in the direct vicinity of the proposed orchard. They included feeling that this piece of green space belongs to the residents of Ocean Park Terrace and that unless individuals reside in the Ocean Park Terrace neighbourhood they should not have any business or interest in doing something on the site. That there may be an increase in noise and activity on the site that could disturb the existing neighbours and that eventually the volunteers that spearheaded the project will lose interest and the site will become unsightly.
Some of the counters to those concerns were that this is a City-owned passive park space and that after the initial site analysis it was found that the space was rarely used. That sustainable projects like a community orchard are positive additions to communities. The orchard intends to feed the less fortunate, allow people of all abilities, skills and ages to learn about food production and ultimately gather the community. The noise and activity levels would likely not be an issue due to the thick hedge of trees and bushes that divide the land from the houses and that typically work parties are not loud activities. Lastly, the Community Orchard Committee is made up of a very knowledgable, passionate and well-educated group of volunteers, many who have high levels of education in horticulture. And through a partnership with Canyoudigit and through establishing relationships with local schools, community groups and College and University horticulture programs the site will offer educational opportunities through volunteer time ensuring that the orchard is well taken care of well into the future.
If you would like to find out more about the orchard or have you questions please go to:
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Ocean Park Community Association gets Ocean Park “Prepared”

The Ocean Park Community Association has been hard at work for the Ocean Park community! Clarence Giesbrecht, Director on the board of the Association and a group of (amazing) local residents have spent much of the last year working on getting the community prepared for a major emergency event.

Clarence was recently featured in the Peace Arch News – to speak about the initiative.

Mark May 7th on your calendar! From 10:30 pm – 2:30 pm at the Ocean Park Hall representatives from BC Hydro, Fortis BC, Surrey Search and Rescue, Surrey Neighbourhood Emergency Program, and Forager Foundation will be on hand with information and resources to help you “Get Prepared”. 

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Public Information Meeting for Community Orchard

The City of Surrey is hosting a public information session on April 20th at the Ocean Park Hall from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm to learn more about the community orchard planned at the site of Ocean Park Terrace (a City-owned passive green space).

The group of Ocean Park residents spearheading this project aim to use the orchard to provide food to those in need, educate children and residents through workshops and on-site activities and ultimately gather the community.

More details can be found here:




If you Love Heritage, Then You’re in Luck!

The Ocean Park Community Association along with local historian, Ed Fader, are hosting the annual Heritage Tea on Friday, May 6th from 3 – 5:00 p.m. at the Ocean Park Hall. Come meet the original Ocean Parker’s, check out some lovely vintage photo’s and listen and possibly share stories from the past. RSVP by calling 604.538.2460. This event is free and everyone is welcome.Screen Shot 2016-04-12 at 2.22.26 PM

Join us for an Emergency Preparedness Fair

The Ocean Park Community Association is proud to host their first Emergency Preparedness Fair on Saturday, May 7th from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm at the Ocean Park Hall! BC Hydro, Fortis BC, City of Surrey Neighbourhood Emergency Preparedness Program,, Surrey Search and Rescue and more safety-related agencies will be on hand to provide safety and emergency event related information to the public. The event will also include a free raffle for a two person deluxe 72 hour emergency preparedness kit donated by HomeLife Benchmark Realty.  Attendees will also have an opportunity to put in orders for their 72hour emergency preparedness kit at the event. If you plan to attend please RSVP here.


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Heritage Tea an Enjoyable Afternoon

On Saturday, June 17th the Ocean Park Community Association board members, local historian, Ed Fader...

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Canada Day Festivities in Ocean Park!

Take a read of the Ocean Park Community Association's Canada Day Festivities as reported in the Peac...

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Heritage Tea

On Saturday, June 17 join the OPCA for the Annual Heritage Tea. RSVP via email to Jane Hayes. &nb...

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Canada Day Festivities with the OPCA

Start and finish your Canada Day celebrations with the Ocean Park Community Association. July 1st jo...

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Help Beautify the Village!

Join the Ocean Park Community Association and help beatify Ocean Park Village on Saturday, May 20th ...

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