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Whalley Athletic Park

This historic Surrey community comprises City Centre, as well as its surrounding areas.

Whalley earned its original name from Mr. Arthur Whalley, who settled near the corner of King George Boulevard and 108th Avenue in 1925. The area, then known as Whalley’s Corner, included a service station and small general store but quickly grew into a bustling commercial centre.


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Map of Surrey with the neighbourhood of Whalley highlighted.

Location and Census Data

Whalley is located in the northwest corner of the city. The Fraser River frames the northern and western edges, Newton is to the south and much of the eastern border runs along 144th Street.

In 2016, the population of Whalley was 75,610 and single family homes remained the main type of housing. Discover more about the census data in the Neighbourhood Profile of Whalley.

Map of Whalley

Whalley Land Use Plans

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Transportation Projects in Whalley

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