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Newton is named after settler E.J. Newton who settled in the area in 1886. The BC Electric Railway stimulated Newton’s growth and helped to establish the corner of 72 Avenue and King George Boulevard as a Town Centre.

Newton includes the historic village of Sullivan, anchored by the Sullivan Community Hall and the Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society.

Today, Newton is home to a variety of educational, recreational and cultural facilities, including the Bell Centre for Performing Arts and the Newton Cultural Centre. Newton is a culturally diverse community that plays host to one of the largest Vaisakhi Parades outside India.


Online Youth Nights

August 27, 2020 to October 1, 2020

Releaf Tree Planting

September 19, 2020 to October 31, 2020

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Location and Census Data

Newton is bordered by the City of Delta to the west, Mud Bay and South Surrey to the south, 160 Street to the east and the communities of Whalley and Fleetwood to the north.

In 2016, the population of Newton was 149,040 and single family homes remained the main type of housing. Discover more about the census data in the Neighbourhood Profile of Newton.

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Newton Sustainability in Action

Find out how we're making Newton a more thriving, green & inclusive community.

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Newton Land Use Plans

See all land use plans in the Newton town centre of Surrey.

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Transportation Projects in Newton

Keep informed about the transportation updates in your neighbourhood.

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Community Services

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