Fleetwood Plan - get involved

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Where We Are At

Each year about 10,000 new people move into Surrey. With the SkyTrain extension down Fraser Highway, Fleetwood will become an even more attractive place to grow. By 2050 Fleetwood’s population is estimated to double, adding 35,000 additional residents. The new community plan for Fleetwood will guide where people, paths, parks, roads and buildings will go. The plan will envision the future of Fleetwood.

Upcoming EngagementPhoto of cars driving on Fraser Highway at 160 Street intersection in Fleetwood.

In Spring 2021 we will be launching a new round of engagement to get your input on draft plan elements. Stay tuned!

Recent Findings

In the Fall we asked residents which growth option they preferred (concentrated, dispersed or balanced). Residents preferred the balanced and concentrated growth options. Both options focus growth and density around future SkyTrain stations, and in Fleetwood Town Centre. At the end of December we wrapped up engagement on the ‘Heart of Fleetwood’. Check back in February/March to learn more about what we heard.

The results of the Fall engagement will inform the draft land use plan we will be putting together and bringing back to you in Spring 2021.



Where We Are At

Each year about 10,000 new people move into Surrey. With the SkyTrain extension down Fraser Highway, Fleetwood will become an even more attractive place to grow. By 2050 Fleetwood’s population is estimated to double, adding 35,000 additional residents. The new community plan for Fleetwood will guide where people, paths, parks, roads and buildings will go. The plan will envision the future of Fleetwood.

Upcoming EngagementPhoto of cars driving on Fraser Highway at 160 Street intersection in Fleetwood.

In Spring 2021 we will be launching a new round of engagement to get your input on draft plan elements. Stay tuned!

Recent Findings

In the Fall we asked residents which growth option they preferred (concentrated, dispersed or balanced). Residents preferred the balanced and concentrated growth options. Both options focus growth and density around future SkyTrain stations, and in Fleetwood Town Centre. At the end of December we wrapped up engagement on the ‘Heart of Fleetwood’. Check back in February/March to learn more about what we heard.

The results of the Fall engagement will inform the draft land use plan we will be putting together and bringing back to you in Spring 2021.