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Metro Vancouver’s paramount commitment is to maintain critical services to the region while protecting the health and safety of our employees, our partners and the public.

All our regional parks, with the exception of Brae Island Regional Park, remain open, providing important outlets for residents to enjoy the outdoors.

While visiting Metro Vancouver Regional Parks, please remember to follow these guidelines.





Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayDelta-South Surrey Regional Greenway



Wildflowers line the trail line the trailWildflowers line the trail along the Delta South Surrey Greenway
Fireweed, a native plant species used by bumblebees and butterflies, grows alongside the Delta South Surrey Regional Greenway.
Cycling the greenway the greenwayThe Delta South Surrey Greenway is used by cyclists as a commuting route and as a great place for a casual bike ride.
Tree lined connector lined connectorSome portions of the Delta South Surrey Regional Greenway are lush with trees, shrubs and wildflowers.





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Pacific Parklands Foundation

Pacific Parklands Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Metro Vancouver’s regional parks.