Ocean Park Community Association Accomplishments
The Ocean Park Community Association has a long history of community achievements. So long, it dates back to 1925 when the hall was built, and the Association was formed. Since then, many projects, issues, and initiatives have been spearheaded, supported and partnered on with the support of our Association. From providing the hall for community groups to come together, liaising with The City of Surrey to host public information meetings, or digging in themselves - we have achieved so much!
With the guidance and support of the Ocean Park Community Association, residents of Ocean Park and Crescent Beach successfully fight to have NavCanada re-route air traffic due to noise-pollution.
With the guidance and support of the Ocean Park Community Association, local residents approach the City of Surrey and resolve speed and safety traffic issues on 128th and Marine Drive.
From a recently renovated interior, to the heritage colour palette, and a recently renovated stage - the Ocean Park Community Association maintains the heritage Ocean Park Hall. Take a look! Coming up soon is new landscaping around the site.
The Ocean Park Community Association recently created a Youth Team. The youths aged between 12 and 18 are provided with valuable volunteer opportunities within the Association and with our community partners. Sign up here.
Kwomais Park is Saved!
With the support of the Ocean Park Community Association local residents rallied to preserve Kwomais Point Park as a City of Surrey Park and saved.the site from development
Heritage Street Signs
The Ocean Park Community Association, a subcommittee of volunteers and the City of Surrey are working to bring heritage street signs to select historic streets in Ocean Park. If you would like to help support this project, click here.