DSBIA Members, we want your input! Join us …

Downtown Surrey BIA Members:

In 2001, a core group of business and property owners in Whalley met to discuss issues of concern in their community. This ad hoc group was interested in the Business Improvement Area (BIA) concept and saw this as a promising planning and economic development tool for the area. The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Area (BIA) (originally called the Whalley BIA) was created in April 2003 through the adoption of a special bylaw by Surrey City Council.

Under the direction of the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association (DSBIA), the BIA is completing its second mandate – from April 1st, 2008 to March 31st, 2012.

As the end of this period approaches, DSBIA Directors and staff are meeting with businesses and property owners in the area to discuss renewal of the mandate for an additional period (either five or seven years).

We want your input and look forward to your attendance at one of these meetings to share your ideas and concerns.

  •  Tuesday, May 17: 8-9 a.m. at the DSBIA office (suite 300-10524 King George Blvd.) parking at rear of building, enter at the back door
  • Tuesday, May 17: noon-1 p.m. at Bright Point Restaurant (13525-108 Avenue) Please RSVP 604.580.2321 – light lunch will be served
  •  Tuesday, May 17: 5-6:30 p.m. at the DSBIA office (suite 300-10524 King George Hwy.) parking at rear of building , enter at the back door
  •  Wednesday, May 18:  8-9 a.m. at Central City (storefront across from Tim Horton’s – south west corner of Central City Shopping Centre– off University Drive)

If you would like more information about the programs and services provided by the Downtown Surrey BIA, please feel free to contact our office 604.580.2321.

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