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Retirement sale taking place Cotton'n'Crayon Int'l Children's Wear & Toys! ... See MoreSee Less

Hey did your hear??? Cotton'n' Crayon has begun their RETIREMENT SALE! Starts today!!!

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Last Saturday the sun was shining as the Ocean Park Community Association and Dreyer Group Mortgage Brokers - Canada celebrated Easter weekend with hundreds of local families out hunting for chocolate eggs (over 10,000 chocolate eggs that is!) Take a look at all of the pics here:

PS: Thanks again to Wendy at Ocean Park Nails and Esthetic and Not for Long~Children's and Maternity Consignment Boutique for the special gifts, and Leo the Lion from our Ocean Park RBC for coming out too!
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Happening now at Cotton'n'Crayon Int'l Children's Wear & Toys! ... See MoreSee Less

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In advance of Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, the Ocean Park Community Association is hosting their own Environmental Challenge in Ocean Park!

Sign up in advance for the Storm Drain Marking Challenge that will take place on Saturday, May 27th at 10:00 am around Ocean Park. Groups will work together to mark as many drains as they can!

After the work, our good friends at Ethical Addiction Apparel will be host a BBQ, and we'll have a Recycling Fair taking place at the Ocean Park Hall too!

Register your group (family, friends, school, club) directly with us at
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Next Saturday, April 22 pop by the Ocean Park Hall for the Crafty Affaire Market! So much local, handmade goodness! ... See MoreSee Less

It's almost here! ONE more week before the Spring Market! Join us on April 22nd for local handmade goodness at Ocean Park Community Hall. Let us know that you're coming by RSVPing on our event page. ...

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Good Morning Ocean Parkers! We're prepping for our Easter Egg Hunt today at Kwomais Park and very excited to see everyone!

As this is a local, community event, we encourage as many people as possible to walk/bike and stroll to the event. Kwomais does not have a lot of parking capacity. :)

Community Connect members don't forget your cards! You will get free entry into the Purely Local Spring Market and entered into a free raffle for some lovely gifts at Ocean Park Nails and Esthetic! Drop by our table to enter!

See you soon!

PS: Don't forget your easter baskets!
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Quick update! Looks like the food truck is not able to make it to the Ocean Park Community Association and @dreyergroupmortgages Easter Egg Hunt and @purelylocal Spring Market tomorrow at Kwomais Park - but there will still be lots of sweet treats available! ... See MoreSee Less

I'm REALLY looking forward to having some delicious treats from @candyssweettables on Saturday! She creates the most amazing sweet tables and treats, make sure to come check her out this weekend!

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Because of course! @ethicaladdictionapparel has custom printed Easter t's waiting for you! ... See MoreSee Less

Excited for Easter? Stop by and check out our custom Easter T's! Only $20 Each! We are open Friday 9-5 and Saturday 10 - 5 ! Happy Holidays :)

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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Public Information Session on Saving Trees

An independent group of community volunteers have formed a committee dedicated to working with the City of Surrey to save trees on public land in the Ocean Park area. The group is hosting a public information session this Thursday, September 29th at 7:30 pm at the Ocean Park Hall (1577 128th Street, Surrey). Details on the flyer.



Air Traffic Noise

The following letter was received by the OPCA from the Citizens for AircrAft Noise Solutions (SCAANS) members

While it has been some time since we last sent out an update, SCAANS members have continued to advocate the aircraft noise/overflight issues that still affect our community. We have made our concerns known through membership in the SATF (Surrey Airspace Task Force) and the efforts of our citizen representative on the ANMC (Aeronautical Noise Management Committee).

Following is the link to a YVR survey. Public input will be considered as YVR develops its draft 2037 Masterplan. The last day for submission is October 31, 2016

While planning for the future, the survey gives the opportunity to comment on issues of importance to us now. Question #12 asks us to rank the importance of various issues… namely to ‘minimize noise impacts to neighbouring communities’… which is definitely a priority in our community. The comment section also gives the chance to emphasize that ‘neighbouring communities’ should include impacted communities beyond the current 10nm limit. This is a point that has been in contention from the start and that SCAANS continues to advocate for.

NAVCanada ‘studies’ show that a large percentage of complaints regarding airspace changes drop over time. They count on this to validate their assertion that the noise/overflights are no longer an issue. However, we know that complaints drop as residents become frustrated with the lack of response to their concerns.

So, we ask you to please support our efforts and once more send a clear message that aircraft noise and overflights are still impacting our community. Many individuals sending complaints has a greater impact than numerous complaints from one person.

While WebTrak complaints are forwarded to Transport Canada (TC), we have discovered that by the time they are, the WebTrak data is often no longer available. We suggest that when you file a complaint through WebTrak you also contact Transport Canada. Indicate that aircraft noise/overflights are impacting you, and give the date and time of the disturbance, or even a particular time frame that was noisy. Unfortunately noise itself does not result in much action but the identification of low flying planes and overflights does.

Complaints can be sent to:

YVR…either to WebTrak or simply an email to

Transport Canada…there is no longer an email option so complaints now go to the Civil Aviation Centre 1-800-305-2059. Choose option 4 “report low flying aircraft”.

MP Dianne Watts…email or 604-542-9495. As the former mayor of Surrey she is well aware of the impact the flight changes have had on our community. She also sits on the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure, and Communities (TRAN).

SCAANS…please let us know when you submit a complaint so we can help ensure that they are being counted and addressed.

SCAANS is currently corresponding with a citizen’s group in Toronto who are working on the same issues. Our goal is to require NavCanada to report any proposed airspace changes to the Minister of Transportation prior to enacting them.

Thank you for your continued interest,

The SCAANS committee

Fall Programming at Ocean Park Hall

Looking for a class in jazzercise, tai chi or yoga? You’re in luck, take a look at the programming taking place at the Ocean Park Hall this fall and enjoy the convenience of recreation in your own community.




Kwomais Work Party

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7th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Kwomais Park!

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AGM | April 6th

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Fun Fun Park Clean-Up Day!

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Congratulations and Thank you for an AMAZING day!

Congratulations to the Locke Family for taking first place in this year's Amazing Race in Ocean Pa...

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