Surrey values your contribution as we plan our future!


The City of Surrey is developing a new community hub in Clayton that integrates library, arts, recreation, and outdoor spaces in a single facility. We want your input and feedback in order to make effective decisions that will best serve our growing community.

Tell us about how you use libraries, arts, recreation, and outdoor spaces, and share your ideas about what role these facilities should play in the Clayton community. This information will help inform decision making for the Clayton community hub project.

Please click "next" to begin a short survey about a new community hub in Clayton. Keep in mind questions marked with * require a response.

Where do you live?
Respondents: 836
Choice Count
Clayton Neighbourhood 70.69%
591
Another neighbourhood in Surrey 21.65%
181
Langley 4.78%
40
Another municipality 2.87%
24
Total 100%
836
How often do you visit a City of Surrey arts centre, library, or recreation centre?
Respondents: 841
Choice Count
Several times a week 25.56%
215
Several times a month 31.03%
261
Several times a year 18.67%
157
Few times a year 17.72%
149
Never 7.02%
59
Total 100%
841
# Respondent Why do you not visit one of these facilities?
1 95 No time.
2 114 Haven't had anything of interest
3 114 not close enough
4 147 Not close enough and no indoor pool
5 157 Too young
6 188 I visit the walnut grove community centre as it is close, clean and fairly new.
7 546 No real reason - never really occurs to me.
8 573 No reason to
9 657 Not convenient to where I live
10 738 I prefer the great outdoors to the great indoors.
11 766 Dont drive.. need something closer..
12 795 Langley facilities are closer to me
13 829 We tend to use the Langley ones. We do most shopping there, so these are more convenient.
14 872 I use the Langley area because it is closer
15 949 Not close enough to me; I work too much
16 978 I just moved here and didn't know where any of it is
17 985 Not interested in it
18 1018 Too noisy or not interested or can't hear performances as a hearing impaired person.
19 1051 Just moved here
20 1079 I just never go to places like that
21 1085 Never really think of them
22 1362 Not interested
23 1379 No desire
24 1405 No reason to
25 1437 we have to travel outside our neighborhood
26 1523 No
27 1574 Never think to
28 1700 Too far
29 1726 Not sure where they are located and open
30 1779 a closer one would help
31 1796 Not sure what they offer or where they are plus we don't have a lot of time right now
32 1813 Nothing I need or find interesting.
33 2009 Too far
34 2201 Too far
35 2240 We are new to the area and don't really know what there is, to be honest.
36 2465 I'm geographically closer to langley facilities
37 2502 Distance from the art centre and recreation centre.
38 2534 We have been driving to Walnut Grove to use the pool for lessons and the gym and birthday parties... we do this Because the facility is cleaner and nicer than the SSLC
39 2551 I'm lazy
40 2576 The Langley facilities are more accessible for me.
41 2963 Cause their boring
42 2965 Work for the Township.
43 3022 Did not know they existed.
44 3046 No time
45 3059 nothing was stated
46 3060 too far away
47 3089 too far away
48 3125 From the Interior BC, we've just moved into Cloverdale, hence, still getting around Surrey's outlying areas
49 3133 They are too far away
50 3135 I would only
51 3408 We go to Walnut Grove community centre
52 3415 None in my area.
53 3423 We use Langley facilities instead. Majority of activities done at Langley Events Centre or Walnut Grove
54 3430 I stay inside on weekends
55 3460 I havent found one that really interest me and its far away
56 3484 too far for my, I'm in Port Kells
57 3485 to far
58 3502 Too far
59 3543 Im new
60 3650 Don't live in Surrey.
How often would you visit a new community hub in Clayton (a combined arts, library, and recreation centre with outdoor spaces)?
Respondents: 840
Choice Count
Several times a week 32.38%
272
Several times a month 42.86%
360
Several times a year 14.76%
124
Few times a year 8.93%
75
Never 1.07%
9
Total 100%
840
# Respondent
Why would you not visit one of these facilities?
1 406 I'm not driving and there's no bus route in my area
2 738 If there was a gym with good hours I might join, but that's about it
3 1664 Haven't had time
4 2551 I'm lazy
5 2959 To far away
6 3013 No time
7 3059 nothing was stated
8 3183 I like what i have near me. I would only want more natuarl spaces to walk in nature
9 3430 too far away
10 3448 nothing was stated
11 3650 Don't live in Surrey.
What time of day would you most often visit a new community hub in Clayton?
Respondents: 829
Choice Count
Early morning (5am to 9am) 7.00%
58
Late afternoon (2pm to 5pm) 25.09%
208
Late morning (9am to 12pm) 19.54%
162
Early evening (5pm to 7pm) 27.86%
231
Early afternoon (12pm to 2pm) 7.24%
60
Late evening (7pm to 10pm) 13.27%
110
Total 100%
829
What would be the reason for you (or anyone else in your household) to visit a new community hub in Clayton? (Please select all that apply)
Respondents: 821
Choice Count
Access computers and/or Wi-Fi 24.24%
199
Attend an activity with my family 65.90%
541
Borrow material from the library 70.16%
576
Cook and eat with other community members 18.76%
154
Create or make things with my hands 36.66%
301
Create choreography or participate in dance classes 22.29%
183
Construct/build in a community workshop 21.80%
179
Grow food in a community garden 28.75%
236
Get help to find information, e.g. research, homework, community referral 27.41%
225
Get a coffee or snack 49.09%
403
Hang out in informal community spaces 32.40%
266
Instruction / to learn or improve a skill 42.51%
349
Join informal and organized indoor sports event 42.27%
347
Observe activities available in my community 24.00%
197
Play in outdoor spaces 49.82%
409
Physical activity 73.57%
604
Practice and learn music 23.02%
189
Socialize / meet with friends 44.34%
364
Take part in community celebrations / special events 59.07%
485
Take part in and/or attend creative performances 37.03%
304
Use spaces to study and read 27.04%
222
View and participate in art exhibitions and displays 28.87%
237
Other 6.21%
51
Total 821
# Respondent Please specify.
1 100 Take my students to the library
2 117 Swimming
3 142 Business meetings
4 147 We need a indoor pool in cloverdale like 20 years ago
5 190 Swimming pool, outdoor gym , ice rink, skate park
6 193 If there was a pool we would be there daily
7 195 Would love a pool!
8 219 A POOL
9 382 Pool, weight room, aerobics classes, drop in gym
10 409 i would like to swim ot excercise. all other facilities are too full and far as I am not able to drive.
11 444 swimming if available
12 457 swimming- a pool would be lovely! (indoor would be preferred! My family would go every day!)
13 496 birthday parties
14 656 An indoor swimming pool in the area is needed
15 693 Somewhere to enjoy quality time with my children
16 725 Swimming pool
17 856 I would very much like to work there, so I would go there to work as well.
18 884 Family activities - kid classes
19 1085 Want to book meeting room space
20 1382 Swimming!
21 1566 A swimming pool is needed so badly in Clayton
22 1579 Pool? Indoor play area for small children for when it's raining
23 1704 I am looking for an indoor place to skate and practice as a roller derby player. As a girl discovering athletics in her twenties opposed to childhood, it's so hard to find spaces for us to practice. There is also a group of us that love helping and educating other people that want to learn to roller skate but we need a polished wood or concrete floor to skate on. If
24 1811 Anything arts related - plays, art classes, festivals, organizing any arts related venture.
25 1929 This really depends on what's there???? Cart before the horse.
26 2201 Place to learn about animals.
27 2205 Potentially teaching or volunteering with some of the above!
28 2349 Live theatre
29 2446 Workout
30 2449 A space for martial arts would be ideal, bringing the community closer together while getting exercise and learning new skills!
31 2464 Basketball and hockey
32 2507 Swim, ice skate
33 2534 An Indoor Swimming Pool is badly needed in our area!!! Please!!!!!!!
34 2537 Children's activities
35 2569 Playtime with babies and toddlers
36 2960 Arcade
37 2980 Pool
38 3016 kids programming and gym time, moms groups
39 3063 b-ball
40 3098 Tennis courts, Badminton indoor courts and PingPong tables.
41 3339 parent and tot activities and preschool activities and classes
42 3417 Lectures on current topics
43 3421 swim
44 3427 gym studio
45 3436 indoor pool
46 3439 indoor pool
47 3458 basketball
48 3507 I also teach in Clayton and would love to take my classes on field trips to local facilities.
49 3510 Attend live theatre
50 3540 gaming tournament would be cool
51 3541 skate boarding
52 4132 Swimming
Are you (or anyone else in your household) part of a community group that may want to use spaces in the hub for community programming?
Respondents: 835
Choice Count
Yes 28.38%
237
No 71.62%
598
Total 100%
835
What types of spaces could your community group use?
Respondents: 233
Choice Count
Art exhibition/ display space 27.47%
64
Art rehearsal spaces 20.60%
48
Cafe/ food service seating area 33.48%
78
Community garden 24.46%
57
Community kitchen 27.90%
65
Community workshop 30.47%
71
Fitness/ dance studio 42.92%
100
Gymnasium 58.80%
137
Library reading room 35.62%
83
Multi-purpose rooms 62.66%
146
Music studio 24.46%
57
Outdoor covered use 40.34%
94
Outdoor park space 45.06%
105
Public shared lobby space 20.17%
47
Silent study rooms 20.60%
48
Other 8.15%
19
Total 233
# Respondent Please specify.
1 113 Would be great to have a space to hold an event or meeting with audio/visual equipment, seating etc.
2 128 Meeting space (e.x. Block watch)
3 147 Indoor pool
4 151 Public forums
5 173 Nth eater for drama as in act
6 219 A POOL
7 511 meeting room
8 660 Rooms
9 1013 swimming pool,lacrosse box, ice arena, after school tutoring
10 1589 My poetry group needs a place to meet to share our writing. At present we meet in a noisy coffee shop :(
11 2449 A multipurpose facility would allow the residents of the community to engage, connect, learn!
12 2473 Artificial putting green
13 2561 meeting room for support group
14 2954 Billiards
15 2959 Pool
16 2980 Pool
17 3098 Space for sports
18 3168 Child Care
19 3425 pool

How would you or your group want to use these spaces?

Art exhibition/ display space
Respondents: 42
# Respondent Art exhibition/ display space
1 113 Might organize an exhibit around a theme tied to the interests of our group.
2 122 Youth public art display
3 384 Music concerts
4 508 Visual Art Shows
5 689 View art
6 728 Meetings or events
7 818 I am part of a Makerspace meetup and we would use the space to create and display various works
8 836 to share our groups accomplishments
9 852 as someone who works with teens, I would want a space to display the artwork of young people in Surrey
10 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
11 1210 box has been ticked but nothing has been stated
12 1232 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
13 1282 See exhibiting artists
14 1350 Ongoing individual entry or month long group shows
15 1398 Community art exhibitions
16 1554 Put on an art exhibition
17 1589 I travel to White Rock to view art at present! Local would be nice. My room-mate needs a place to display her art.
18 1704 I have many young artists friends that want to create and display their work but struggle to find venues in Surrey. This would be a great opportunity for that
19 1811 To display monthly art shows
20 1816 A place for plays and performances
21 1851 Display art or rehearsed show
22 1874 Display art from local schools
23 2205 Show the work of local artists, results from classes and groups
24 2355 Showing art
25 2442 Visit and participate in local art.
26 2449 Perhaps a method of informing the community about our martial arts history and lineage
27 2510 Lego Program
28 2525 Annual art show
29 2607 Any project involving the creation of a piece in which a being would desire for it to be displayed, and has no other conduit for such a display session, as well as the knowledge that things which are made by members of the community can be publicly accessed in a communal hub.
30 2925 Multi media
31 2955 To showcase artwork
32 2972 Art
33 2980 Yes
34 2990 to watch the art exhibition, or to have free art classes for adults
35 3002 Present art
36 3168 enjoyment of the arts
37 3420 nothing was stated
38 3425 nothing was stated
39 3427 nothing was stated
40 3432 nothing was stated
41 3446 nothing was stated
42 3450 nothing was stated
Art rehearsal spaces
Respondents: 28
# Respondent Art rehearsal spaces
1 173 Maybe make community performances or grow acting skill
2 384 Orchestra and chamber music rehearsals
3 508 Band practices
4 779 this box was checked but no other information was provided
5 818 Same re: Makerspace
6 852 I would want teens to have the space to rehearse, for drama productions, debate, and other types of performative art. It should ideally have some soundproofing panels.
7 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
8 1225 marked but nothing was stated
9 1350 Art classes & group work spaces
10 1505 I'm not exactly sure what art rehearsal spaces are, but we could use performance space, like a small theatre
11 1554 A space to meet and create or do a thinktank
12 1747 Theatre rehearsal space
13 1780 nothing was stated
14 1811 practice for plays
15 1816 A place for plays and performances
16 1851 Rehearse for upcoming shows
17 1874 Drama / Improve
18 2205 Give space for work to be produced! Rooms or spaces available on a check out basis would be helpful
19 2442 Our Katzie could use extra space for rehearsals
20 2449 Invite performing martial arts groups to showcase some of the more visually appealing styles
21 2607 consideration of how and what is artistically produced requires a different space than that which displays its outcome; a designated area for this process could extrude the creatives in the surrounding environment & forge partnerships within the arts feild
22 2980 Yes
23 2983 To practice for events
24 3317 nothing was stated
25 3420 nothing was stated
26 3425 nothing was stated
27 3427 nothing was stated
28 3450 nothing was stated
Cafe/ food service seating area
Respondents: 50
# Respondent Cafe/ food service seating area
1 67 to eat and socialize
2 113 For smaller group meetings and for coffee service for larger meetings.
3 122 Community outreach
4 147 Meet ups
5 205 Connecting with friends/ neighbours
6 211 Meetings
7 284 To eat lunch.
8 613 Meeting space for a coffee
9 689 Socialize
10 728 Food servíce
11 771 this box was checked but no other information was provided
12 818 It would be a great place to meet people
13 836 for snacks
14 852 Food makes everyone feel more welcome, so I think an airy, welcoming space to share food with each other would be great for the community hub at Clayton.
15 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
16 1208 this box was ticked but nothing was stated
17 1221 nothing was noted
18 1228 this was ticked but nothing was stated
19 1234 dinner meeting
20 1282 Eating space
21 1350 Simple coffee & sandwich
22 1562 For meals and potlucks
23 1579 Yes
24 1589 I'd eat here regularly if food is nutritious and there is espresso bar!!
25 1656 Small, informal meetings
26 1726 A place to get together outside project climbing gym (cloverdale)
27 1780 nothing was stated
28 1786 nothing was stated
29 1816 To eat at and have a place we can all hang out at
30 2205 Calm place to study, meet a friend, work on laptop for school/work/to find a job
31 2274 Socialize
32 2442 While waiting on kids in activities
33 2449 A great space to meet up before and after classes
34 2457 Parties
35 2545 Meet to eat and discuss mutual interests
36 2561 coffee or tea during meeting
37 2607 there is no shortage of such opportunities in clayton, but having one within the public institution would lend users to use of its other facilities
38 2955 Eat & study
39 2980 Yes
40 2981 Eating
41 2990 meet my family there
42 2999 Hang out and talking
43 3003 Eating food
44 3420 nothing was stated
45 3425 nothing was stated
46 3427 nothing was stated
47 3446 nothing was stated
48 3450 nothing was stated
49 3487 nothing was stated
50 3502 Book Club
Community garden
Respondents: 30
# Respondent Community garden
1 67 to garden and get my hands dirty
2 122 Feed less fortunate
3 142 Organic foods
4 147 Teaching My kids about growing their own food
5 205 Use for growing food for condo living
6 211 Teaching
7 352 learn about growning food, trying new foods
8 728 Grow pLants veggies
9 818 I am interested in renting a centrally located garden space
10 852 As an amateur green thumb, I think it is important for families and people of all ages to understand where our food comes from. It would be great to have food to grow together, as well as ornamental, low-care plants.
11 1207 nothing stated / box not marked
12 1210 box has been ticked but nothing has been stated
13 1228 this was ticked but nothing was stated
14 1422 learn how to grow
15 1555 Volunteers
16 1577 Individuals can plant on a raised garden
17 1589 Love to grow/eat fresh veggies. Limited to pots in my wee backyard.
18 1816 Learn to grow my own produce
19 2205 It is never bad to encourage people to grow things! Especially as more and more people live in condos and have no place to connect with the earth
20 2449 A place to meditate and relax with nature while surrounded by people
21 2457 Learning and sharing produce
22 2545 Grow veggies for personal consumption or for people in need
23 2607 local food growing & the understanding of green processes isnt often possible within the condensed garden space offered by the standard suburban home. Placing this potential in the hub would alleviate this problem and encourage users across the age spectrum to participate
24 2955 Gardening and recreational use
25 2980 Yes
26 2990 have a community garden
27 3188 For seasonal gardening
28 3420 nothing was stated
29 3502 Vegetables
30 3535 nothing was stated
Community kitchen
Respondents: 44
# Respondent Community kitchen
1 122 Teach at risk youth how to cook
2 147 Meet ups with the neighborhood
3 170 Meals for events
4 187 Host cooking lessons and group dinners
5 189 Hosting workshops and events where food is served
6 205 Cooking canning, baking together
7 211 Hmmmmm sharing
8 219 Community cooking classes
9 352 learning to cook
10 852 Cooking together could teach skills of sharing and collaboration, and could also be a great way to engage with teens, or to teach nutrional principles to young families
11 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
12 1210 box has been ticked but nothing has been stated
13 1228 this was ticked but nothing was stated
14 1230 baking to either raise funds/awareness for the Muslim Food Bank and for the Library Literacy programs
15 1231 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
16 1410 Cooking with pregnant and new moms
17 1468 Bi-weekly morning meetings: we usually meet at someone's house but it would be cool to use a community space for breakfast instead!
18 1589 Would love to share and learn with others
19 1656 gatherings and group get togethers
20 1752 for Healthiest Babies Posible clients to increase food preperation and food literacy skills.- Increase food security
21 1780 nothing was stated
22 1782 nothing was stated
23 1786 nothing was stated
24 1816 Learn new ways of cooking and new recipes
25 2205 I can imagine this would be a great way for residents to connect with each other, teach important life skills, and has the potential to encourage sharing with those who have less
26 2449 To host banquets, or perhaps even showcase traditional foods from the countries our styles originated from
27 2457 Food swapping
28 2477 I give canning and preserving workshops to neighbors and friends
29 2526 Cook for friends.
30 2569 Host events for families that include food, cooking classes
31 2607 excellent place for pot lucks+ "friendship dinners" without forcing users to co-ordinate and event at a particular home
32 2954 Learn and make new recipes and help the homeless
33 2971 Guiding cooking classes
34 2980 Yes
35 2983 To create new dishes and join programs
36 2999 Cooking baking
37 3002 Cook
38 3213 A place to gather together
39 3420 nothing was stated
40 3446 nothing was stated
41 3450 nothing was stated
42 3535 nothing was stated
43 3594 self-led cooking class
44 3629 Cooking classes
Community workshop
Respondents: 43
# Respondent Community workshop
1 67 workshops about skills and creativity
2 100 Interfaith workshops
3 122 Hold workshops
4 147 Learning space rcmp meetings
5 189 Teaching about cancer prevention and screening
6 205 Building items for home use
7 211 Lectures
8 352 learning a new skill
9 638 Parenting
10 728 Get together with other groups
11 852 This could be a place where learning crafts, or other maker-y activties, could take place.
12 919 to learn about creating things
13 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
14 1221 nothing was noted
15 1230 to host workshops for newcomers
16 1232 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
17 1396 Team building
18 1398 Maker style workshops
19 1422 space to make something
20 1562 Building furniture equipment and toya
21 1656 Space to work on projecgs
22 1752 Offer parenting suppport and education groups (early childhood, post pardum groups and
23 1782 nothing was stated
24 1786 nothing was stated
25 1816 BUILD THE FUTURE
26 1851 Teach acting classes or rehearsal
27 2205 There is nothing like this accessible to the public near here. Woodworking/tool use/classes/learning are all DESPERATELY needed and would be well taken advantage of!
28 2442 Parent and me classes. After school programs
29 2449 Depends on the type of workshop involved. Tools? Theatre? Art?
30 2569 host events where you make/repair things
31 2607 the opportunity to hear an interactive presentation/ learn new skills without the cost of attending college or a meandering trip to downtown
32 2925 Carpentry carving
33 2968 Office meeting
34 2980 Yes
35 3002 Make things
36 3317 nothing was stated
37 3420 nothing was stated
38 3432 nothing was stated
39 3487 nothing was stated
40 3502 Learning
41 3629 To lead nutrition workshops
42 3650 creative writing workshops. open bright rooms.
43 3769 meeting space
Fitness/ dance studio
Respondents: 60
# Respondent Fitness/ dance studio
1 67 to dance
2 123 Fitness classes
3 142 Gym
4 169 Group exercise
5 170 Programs
6 189 Cloverdale sports Club is having trouble booking space in Cloverdale
7 193 Gym memberships
8 205 Fitness classes
9 284 To dance.
10 613 Fitness classes
11 638 Zumba
12 689 Classes to attend
13 695 Rehersal space
14 728 Dance
15 919 to do dance classes
16 991 personal trainers workouts
17 1053 Zumba
18 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
19 1210 box has been ticked but nothing has been stated
20 1225 marked but nothing was stated
21 1396 Would love easy access to a fitness centre
22 1562 Dance Practice and fitness activities
23 1577 Dance or fitness classes
24 1656 Space to exercise as a group outside of regularly scheduled practices
25 1739 With kids
26 1786 nothing was stated
27 1811 dance classes
28 1816 Work out
29 1851 teach dance/practice dance/practice choreography
30 2179 Organized fitness classes in a group
31 2274 Exercise, fun
32 2355 Rehearsal space
33 2442 Pilates and yoga
34 2449 Could be used as a smaller classroom for instruction, as the mirrors provide a great help for patterns
35 2451 Work out in fitness rooms.... SAQ training
36 2507 Instruction
37 2525 Dance classes
38 2526 Work out.
39 2545 Conduct fitness classes
40 2549 rehearsal
41 2925 Exercise
42 2968 Yoga
43 2980 Yes
44 2981 Workingout
45 2982 Working out
46 2983 To become more physical
47 2985 Classes
48 2999 Learning hip hop again and others
49 3011 Gymnastics
50 3036 Cardio classes
51 3317 nothing was stated
52 3420 nothing was stated
53 3427 nothing was stated
54 3442 nothing was stated
55 3444 nothing was stated
56 3446 nothing was stated
57 3450 nothing was stated
58 3575 dance classes / Zumba / gym
59 3594 adult (teacher & parent) fitness
60 3629 To lead dance classes
Gymnasium
Respondents: 88
# Respondent Gymnasium
1 73 Sports league
2 122 Sports
3 137 Soccer,basketball,sports
4 147 Sales ecr
5 169 Group exercise
6 178 Babminton
7 188 I am a beaver scout leader, we can always use more space to run.
8 189 As above
9 193 Indoor sports
10 205 Play
11 211 Games
12 219 Physical activity
13 284 To play a sport or attend a dance?
14 352 play
15 471 Team training
16 511 kid sports
17 531 Team building activities - sports, games, etc
18 613 Fitness classes as well as sports
19 638 Treadmil
20 689 For kids activities with structured and free play; formal sports leagues for kids to access
21 695 Rehersal space
22 721 sports practice
23 728 Events activities
24 884 Sports
25 919 for sports
26 991 sports workouts
27 1053 Zumba
28 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
29 1225 marked but nothing was stated
30 1228 this was ticked but nothing was stated
31 1231 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
32 1241 multi sports with kids
33 1396 -
34 1410 Playgroups for families with children under 6
35 1430 Scouting group for meetings
36 1466 Scouting meetings
37 1468 We like dodgeball tournaments!
38 1562 Indoor sports
39 1577 Sports
40 1579 Yes
41 1656 Space to exercise as a group outside of regularly scheduled practices
42 1704 We are constantly looking for places to roller skate or be active in the winter months
43 1715 Group fun nights
44 1739 Indoor rec with kids
45 1786 nothing was stated
46 1816 Play sports
47 1919 Practices for our heavy fighting, rapier or other groups
48 2179 Team sports
49 2274 Kids and adult sports, birthday parties/events
50 2355 Beavers
51 2441 Lacrosse training
52 2442 Actually a pool would be better
53 2449 A larger space for bigger classes or seminars / tournaments
54 2451 Play multiple sports
55 2463 Kids golf and fitness
56 2494 Active play
57 2507 Instruction, practise area
58 2525 After school sports
59 2526 Work out and play sports
60 2545 Ball hockey
61 2549 rehearsal
62 2569 toddler play time, family movie nights, family connection times
63 2925 Exercise
64 2955 Sports
65 2980 Yes
66 2981 Dance
67 2982 Basketball
68 2983 Physical activity
69 2985 Kids
70 3003 Exercise
71 3011 Basketball
72 3096 Activity classes
73 3144 Badminton
74 3164 Hosting weekly meetings for kids group
75 3171 Indoor soccer league
76 3213 Work out,play games.
77 3317 nothingn was stated
78 3420 nothing was stated
79 3425 nothing was stated
80 3427 nothing was stated
81 3442 nothing was stated
82 3444 nothing was stated
83 3446 nothing was stated
84 3487 nothing was stated
85 3502 Exercise
86 3535 nothing was stated
87 3575 birthday party
88 3594 PE and sports classes/practices
Library reading room
Respondents: 49
# Respondent Library reading room
1 67 to read
2 73 Story time for kids
3 193 Reading to my kids
4 284 Have a meeting.
5 511 homework
6 638 Borrowing books
7 689 Fir kids/students to meet to complete school projects / group projects
8 771 this box was checked but no other information was provided
9 818 I enjoy reading in the library
10 852 An important space for people to relax, and quietly read their books.
11 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
12 1210 box has been ticked but nothing has been stated
13 1221 nothing was noted
14 1225 marked but nothing was stated
15 1228 this was ticked but nothing was stated
16 1232 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
17 1282 Reading spce, group meeting and study space.
18 1396 Study areas
19 1656 Designated group study time
20 1780 nothing was stated
21 1816 To have a place to study
22 1874 Student study space
23 2274 Study, group projects
24 2449 A place to research martial arts and cultural backgrounds
25 2507 Meeting
26 2526 Reading books at the library for quick reads or quick research
27 2607 Reading in starbucks is pleasant from time to time, but the chairs feel awful after half an hour or so-it also makes you question whether a few chapters in a book are worth $5.60
28 2955 Reading & studying
29 2960 Reading
30 2968 Homework help
31 2980 Yes
32 2983 To find more books and stay in focus
33 2985 Kids
34 2999 Find new books and manga
35 3011 Read
36 3036 Borrowing books
37 3096 Various
38 3144 Newspaper and magazines
39 3188 For browing books
40 3213 Book groups!
41 3317 nothings was stated
42 3420 nothing was stated
43 3425 nothing was stated
44 3427 nothing was stated
45 3444 nothing was stated
46 3450 nothing was stated
47 3487 nothing was stated
48 3502 Reading. Book Club.
49 3575 kids reading activity groups
Multi-purpose rooms
Respondents: 91
# Respondent Multi-purpose rooms
1 67 meetings
2 73 Various
3 100 Hold a monthly meeting
4 122 Meetimgs
5 137 Meetings
6 142 Meetings
7 151 Public forums
8 169 Group exercise
9 170 Events
10 189 Meetings
11 193 Birthday parties
12 211 Amything
13 219 Meeting/instructional space
14 282 Facility rentals to meetings, classrooms, etc.
15 284 Have a meeting.
16 352 meeting space
17 425 Workshop meeting space
18 471 Meetings
19 511 club meetings or gatherings. or birthday parties
20 531 Meetings with teams, families, etc.
21 638 Parties
22 689 For workshops professional development, celebration parties
23 721 meetings
24 771 this box was checked but no other information was provided
25 818 Multi-purpose spaces are good places for meetings etc
26 836 for classes
27 852 Helps to meet the needs of the community in running classes, tutoring, self-study, small group meetings, and more.
28 884 Kids classes
29 919 for group meetings or get togethers
30 1207 box marked but nothing stated
31 1208 this box was ticked but nothing was stated
32 1230 to organize for social gatherings ex. cultural get togethers and celebrations
33 1231 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
34 1232 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
35 1234 meetings
36 1241 get togethers and parties
37 1350 Art classes, yoga, Tai chi
38 1398 Teaching classes like art, photography, computer skills
39 1410 Space for pregnant and new moms to meet
40 1422 teach classes
41 1430 Scouting group for meetibgs
42 1466 Scouting meetings
43 1468 As a meeting place! (We would probably have food there)
44 1505 meetings, crafting events
45 1562 Meetings
46 1577 Meetings
47 1579 Yes
48 1634 Evening meetings once a week
49 1656 Gatherings, meetings, training sessions, workshops
50 1715 Group meetings
51 1739 Meetings
52 1747 Theatre rehearsal space
53 1782 nothing was stated
54 1786 nothing was stated
55 1811 art classes
56 1816 Host events like community anniversarys
57 1851 rehearsal or arts and crafts
58 1919 Group business meetings, events, etc
59 2205 Hold public talks by local and visiting artists/professors/social justice workers/community organizers. Hold 101 sessions on basic topics people need and want info on - Why Race Matters, Living In Community With People With Disabilities, What Is Gender, How To Support Elders, etc. This type of programming could happen in spaces like this.
60 2274 Meetings group activities
61 2355 Strata council AGM meetings
62 2356 fun
63 2442 Strata meetings, meeting rooms for local residents to have parties or gatherings. Vendor stop and shops
64 2449 Perhaps information sessions, smaller focus groups (ie: womens self defence, children anti bully, etc)
65 2457 Meetings
66 2477 I would like to start a reading club sine I attend one far from home
67 2494 Meetings and parties
68 2510 Lego Program
69 2525 Cadets
70 2526 Multiple purposes.
71 2561 special events
72 2569 events for families
73 2607 meetings, brainstorms, presentations, tutoring, counselling, auxiliary rehearsal space....the list goes on
74 2954 To study or hang out with friends
75 2955 Studying or just hanging out with friends
76 2961 Parent social
77 2971 Guiding
78 2980 Yes
79 2981 Chill
80 2983 Youth
81 3096 Strata meeting
82 3136 Teaching a course
83 3164 Hosting weekly meetings for kids group or planning meetings
84 3176 I'm an event planner so am always looking for event spaces but I belong to an event planning organization and we visit different venues at a monthly networking meeting to showcase to our members what is available in the Fraser Valley.
85 3188 For community gathering
86 3317 nothing was stated
87 3420 nothing was stated
88 3432 nothing was stated
89 3446 nothing was stated
90 3487 nothing was stated
91 3627 for meetings or rehearsals
Music studio
Respondents: 36
# Respondent Music studio
1 122 Learn to dj
2 384 Performances or rehearsals
3 508 Band practices
4 638 Possibly to teach a violin class
5 689 Low cost music lessons for all ages
6 779 this box was checked but no other information was provided
7 818 Same re: makerspace. Some of the events can be a bit loud (making musical instruments etc)
8 852 An inspiring space for the recording and editing of music, or for practice.
9 884 Local band rehearsal space -very much needed
10 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
11 1225 marked but nothing was stated
12 1350 Lessons, dance courses
13 1391 Practice or jam with the community and seniors
14 1554 Play with friends, have a jam session
15 1704 I have many friends who are learning about music and how to produce it but lack spaces in Surrey to practice their talents
16 1747 Musical theatre rehearsal space
17 1780 nothing was stated
18 1811 practice studios
19 1816 To have a public place where new and different types of artists can showcase there talents
20 1851 practice music/musical rehearsal
21 2205 Look to Vancouver Public Library as potential model? Sooo helpful for students, musicians, but also radio and podcast producers!
22 2355 Rehearsal space
23 2449 Would be great to have some local talent come in and play some traditional music for us
24 2607 there are no music practice spaces within clayton that are not some poor parents basement. need I say more? c:
25 2925 Practice
26 2954 To practice our music
27 2955 Production of a mixtape or karaoke
28 2980 Yes
29 2982 Rap game
30 2983 To practice music
31 3420 nothing was stated
32 3427 nohting was stated
33 3535 nothing was stated
34 3575 kids music programs
35 3650 Recording.
36 4132 Instruction
Outdoor covered use
Respondents: 58
# Respondent Outdoor covered use
1 67 sit and read
2 123 Boot camp classes
3 137 Meetings
4 142 Bbq's
5 169 Team functions
6 189 Outdoor events
7 193 Outdoor parties
8 219 Outdoor instructional space
9 284 Have a gathering, meeting, party.
10 352 play, outdoor skills
11 613 Outdoor fitness spaces and a place to hang out in nice weather
12 638 For kids to play
13 689 For use in fall winter
14 728 Outdoor event
15 771 this box was checked but no other information was provided
16 836 for classes if its open from multipurpose rooms
17 852 For children's games, outdoor activities such as barbeques, and more.
18 919 physical activity
19 1053 Zumba
20 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
21 1225 marked but nothing was stated
22 1230 to host outdoor activities in the summer
23 1231 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
24 1241 kids parties and family get togethers
25 1398 For plein air painting and sketching. Family recreation
26 1410 Playgroups for families with children under 6
27 1430 Scouting group picnics and community events
28 1562 Outdoor activities in all weather
29 1577 Picnics
30 1656 Training sessions or meeting space
31 1704 Again, we really need places to be active and be able to roller skate as there are very few accessible spaces
32 1739 Informal gatherings
33 1752 outdoor workshops and parent participation play
34 1780 nothing was stated
35 1786 nothing was stated
36 1811 festivals and fairs
37 1816 open covered area for activities like a convention
38 1919 Practice or events
39 2274 Kids recreational use
40 2355 Beavers
41 2442 Picnic areas
42 2449 Great for outdoor classes when the weather is less than cooperative, or simply to get out of the blazing sun
43 2507 Activity,instruction practise
44 2526 Socialize outside while it rains.
45 2569 events for families
46 2607 tai chi, outdoor yoga+meditation, experience of being outside-without going to war with rain
47 2925 Play build community events like picnics, play
48 2955 Recreational use
49 2980 Yes
50 3011 Run around
51 3136 Picnic
52 3168 access to outdoor space in the rain
53 3176 Same as above. Our organization is called the Fraser Valley Event Planning Association - www.fvepa.ca
54 3317 nothing was stated
55 3420 nothing was stated
56 3502 Basket ball.
57 3575 rainy day play area for the kids
58 3594 class meeting space
Outdoor park space
Respondents: 63
# Respondent Outdoor park space
1 67 play
2 122 Games
3 137 Sports
4 142 Bbq family events
5 147 Meet ups
6 169 Celebrations
7 193 Playing
8 211 Always needed
9 284 Gathering, meeting, party.
10 352 play
11 689 For kids and adults ie: race track
12 771 this box was checked but no other information was provided
13 852 For enjoying the great outdoors.
14 919 physical activity
15 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
16 1207 nothing stated / box not marked
17 1225 marked but nothing was stated
18 1231 this box was ticked but no other information was provided
19 1241 kids parties and family get togethers
20 1410 Playgroups for families with children under 6
21 1430 Scouting group picnics and community events
22 1468 We love to play outdoor games!
23 1562 Because it's nice
24 1577 Play
25 1579 Yes
26 1589 So rejuvenating when it doesn't rain.
27 1656 Training sessions
28 1726 Possibly an outdoor man made rock for climbing, we have seen something like this near Seattle.
29 1739 Outdoor ref with kids
30 1780 nothing was stated
31 1782 nothing was stated
32 1786 nothing was stated
33 1816 Scare park, playground, running track, sports fields
34 1919 Practice or events
35 2274 Kids, aduts
36 2355 Beavers
37 2442 Splash parks
38 2449 Always a great choice for outdoor activities it showcases our martial arts to anyone wishing to come and watch
39 2451 Play multiple sports
40 2463 Kids golf and fitness
41 2507 Activity,instruction practise
42 2526 Children can play outdoors.
43 2545 Bocci
44 2569 events for families
45 2607 there are two nearby "parks"- a baseball field with no proper seating attatched to an elementary school & a dirt road path around a large duck pond attached to a highschool. the next closest is another baseball field with a public bathroom shack.
46 2954 To play sports
47 2955 Family time
48 2980 Yes
49 2981 Enjoy outodoors
50 2983 Hang out space
51 3003 Play in a park
52 3011 Play outdoor sports
53 3168 outdoor play space
54 3171 Soccer league
55 3190 To enjoy the use of a pump track
56 3317 nothing was stated
57 3420 nothing was stated
58 3444 nothing was stated
59 3450 nothing was stated
60 3535 nothing was stated
61 3557 Kids
62 3575 explore with the kids
63 3594 class meeting space
Public shared lobby space
Respondents: 26
# Respondent Public shared lobby space
1 67 mingle
2 122 Hang out
3 384 Community performances
4 852 Good as a public reception space, for displays, and for social mingling
5 919 meeting space
6 1205 nothing was stated. This box was ticked without comment.
7 1398 Meeting area, kids indoor play space
8 1577 Relacing
9 1579 Yes
10 1656 Informal meeting space
11 1689 Business
12 1811 any public art show or open mic
13 1816 Activity space
14 2205 Gather! Meet people! Celebrate and see art!
15 2442 Strata meetings, Parent events (fundraising for local schools/clubs)
16 2449 This kind of common area allows different people from different groups to mingle prior to their respective activities
17 2507 Meeting
18 2569 events for families
19 2607 no intrinsic use- lobbies are beautiful and a great point of departure for any succeeding activity
20 2925 Share
21 2980 Yes
22 3168 meeting people
23 3420 nothing was stated
24 3432 nothing was stated
25 3487 nothing was stated
26 3535 nothing was stated
Silent study rooms
Respondents: 22
# Respondent Silent study rooms
1 67 study
2 689 For students
3 771 this box was checked but no other information was provided
4 852 Essential for students to have a quiet study space to think and work, as opposed to rooms where collaboration can take place.
5 919 studying/meeting area
6 1208 this box was ticked but nothing was stated
7 1282 Silent study space is key for homework!
8 1422 study
9 1656 Designated group study time
10 2449 A great place to focus and get away from it all to get down to the task at hand, many homes have too many people with very little privacy
11 2526 To study for exams
12 2954 To study silently
13 2955 Studying
14 2980 Yes
15 2983 To have somewhere to study appropriately
16 3011 Read
17 3144 studying and homework
18 3420 nothing was stated
19 3427 nothing was stated
20 3444 nothing was stated
21 3487 nothing was stated
22 3594 class meeting space (silently)
Are you interested in helping staff to program and activate the spaces in the new community hub to meet community interests and needs in Clayton?
Respondents: 803
Choice Count
Yes 30.51%
245
No 69.49%
558
Total 100%
803

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Are you aware of the many public art features located in Surrey’s facilities and parks?
Respondents: 719
Choice Count
Very aware 8.34%
60
Somewhat aware 52.43%
377
Not aware 39.22%
282
Total 100%
719
Name your favourite public art feature that you have visited/experienced and why you like it.
Respondents: 213
# Respondent Name your favourite public art feature that you have visited/experienced and why you like it.
1 50 The Cloud Gate in Chicago - people of all ages and diversity love to interact with it, and it is a piece of changing beauty
2 67 i like the warriors statues at city centre library
3 81 Umbrella in new park in Clayton area, cool looking.
4 94 Umbrella in Hazelgrove
5 100 the flowing water with voices in the Botanical Gardens at Bear Creek Park is one favourite but I have so many
6 97 Bear Creek park
7 113 The various bronze? figures in downtown Cloverdale. They add to the character of that area and make it more of a "destination" space. We need more focus on our historic town centre.
8 112 public art feature at City Hall
9 117 Chuck Bailey projector wall, looks fantastic.
10 119 N/A
11 128 Pianos
12 141 Only seen 2. My kids like playing on/around them (south Surrey pool, upside down umbrella)
13 142 Bear creek park
14 143 Surrey arts. Nice venue.
15 144 Mcleod Athletic park
16 150 Bear creek park
17 151 The spiral in front of he semihamoo arts. It is visually striking and noticable
18 153 The new umbrella in Clayton park
19 154 Pool
20 155 N/a
21 156 N/a
22 157 Idk
23 159 Tynehead pedestrian overpass illumination
24 162 Cloverdale museum outdoor space
25 163 None that really impress me.
26 165 Umbrella at Hazelgrove park
27 166 The Umbrella at hazel grove park
28 167 Museum
29 168 Bridges, paths, and ponds
30 173 of idk
31 182 Holland park
32 189 The First Nations art in the roundabout at 20th and 146th
33 190 N/a
34 201 The man in downtown cloverdale
35 200 South Surrey pool deer sculpture
36 219 None
37 282 n/a
38 309 can't think of any
39 313 Red umbrella. It is so simple
40 367 Nautilus - like public sculpture and its very beautiful
41 372 Umbrella in Hazelgrove Park - It's where my kids play. It's an easy landmark for people to see and it has indigeneous roots behind it.
42 374 Surrey arts center
43 424 Fleetwood Park
44 425 As a family we visited the Surrey Arts Centre
45 508 City Hall - I like it visually
46 536 Can't remember
47 546 a big umbrella in new Clayton area park
48 577 Umbrella at Hazelgrove Park because it is unique and not abstract
49 610 Surrey Art Gallery
50 639 statues on 176 street in downtown Cloverdale, historical and aesthetically pleasing
51 725 Cooking classes in Cloverdale
52 783 garbage foil ball on granville street - testament to overdevelopment and wasteful society
53 818 I enjoy visiting the Surrey Art Gallery and Influx nights
54 825 hanging garden wall at Semiahmoo library
55 826 Firetruck at Semiahmoo Library - fun for kids to play in
56 830 I like the big 'deer' sculpure in front of the new Grandview pool facility!
57 839 The mosaics along the street on 16th Avebetween 152nd St and Martin Drive, becuase they are an unobtrusive delightful little surprise!
58 847 Cloverdale Museum
59 852 Westcoast Landscape, by Gordon Smith, at City Centre Library
60 856 Urban Screen, I enjoy it from the Skytrain as well as riding by on my bike. I like the location and what I have seen
61 858 The skate park in Surrey
62 871 Christmas tree
63 919 n/a
64 963 Historical statues in Cloverdale
65 975 the film on the west wall on chuck Bailley
66 987 Fleetwood Park..calming
67 991 Cloverdale
68 1018 I have no favourite
69 1053 Not sure.
70 1079 No idea
71 1207 Surrey Art Gallery adn Bear Creek - great exhibits
72 1208 Cloverdale Statues - typlical history components
73 1209 Surrey Arts Centre - paintings and plays
74 1218 umbrella ion Hazelgrove
75 1226 Cloverdale statues - we know one of the models
76 1227 Birds at city hall - non traditional / unexpected
77 1230 not sure
78 1231 Surrey Arts Centre
79 1234 Artwork at Cloverdale library: some amazing paintings there.
80 1241 Surrey Art Gallery performances
81 1242 just attended a concert at city hall...beautiful space!
82 1243 attended a benefit concert at the theatre in City Hall...beautiful space
83 1275 Green wall, art at city centre library. Inside and out. Garden walkway Fleetwood
84 1282 Fleetwood soldier
85 1290 NA
86 1291 GL's painting
87 1376 We love the fountains at Holland Park
88 1386 Surrey art center
89 1389 Metal umbrella at hazelwood park
90 1393 The bear outside the Rec centre on Fraser Hwy. My son loves to hug it and it keeps him running towards the pool instead of into the parking lot.
91 1396 The Surrey scholar on high st
92 1398 i love glass installations like the chuihuli downtown. Other interesting outdoor art pieces depicting movement
93 1400 Labyrinth at Fleetwood park
94 1405 N/A
95 1409 I love all public art.
96 1413 Surrey art centre ...various graphic and performing arts
97 1430 The umbrella at Hazelgrove park
98 1466 Cabin at museum
99 1468 This is a long shot but: the East Side Gallery in Berlin is the coolest mural ever.
100 1505 I like the statues in downtown cloverdale, realize it's not a park or rec facility, but those are the ones I like
101 1517 My 2 year old child particularly enjoys the umbrella sculpture in Hazelgrove Park.
102 1527 I like the piece at the hazelgrove park, a sort of coast Salish umbrella
103 1541 Together.
104 1562 Ghac deer
105 1574 Haven't visited any
106 1576 entrance way to Cloverdale Fair grounds because I know the history of it, and why it is there and who gave it.
107 1589 Have attended art shows in south surrey several times. Love the diversity and mix with crafts & music
108 1632 castle belvedere in vienna, a castle full of art
109 1634 I like the historical such as Fleetwood. Would like to see more public art by local artists
110 1665 South Surrey deer at new pool aqua center
111 1694 The umbrella at Hillcrest Park as it reflects our environment
112 1711 Art displays at the library
113 1715 Green planted wall art
114 1725 The bears in Bear Creek Park..... formed out of trees!
115 1739 Theater at the arts center
116 1747 Gnomon sculpture in Fleetwood park. Live the gardens there in general and thevening sculpture adds nicely to the park.
117 1757 South Surrey Recreation and Arts Centre
118 1776 Red umbrella Hazelgrove Park - very unique
119 1778 Langley Events Centre
120 1780 Surrey Museum - love learning
121 1792 High school art exhibits at the Coverdale museum really pushed a lot of people in my classes to better their skills
122 1811 Surrey Arts Centre - multi-faceted centre encompassing all of the art forms. Just so far to go at night.
123 1812 test
124 1814 Fleetwood Park, the rose garden maze
125 1816 Cloverdale museum, I love to learn about our past
126 1828 Not interested in art - waste of money
127 1851 The outdoor statue at Grandview pool
128 1874 Surrey Arts Centre (in Bear Creek Park)
129 1919 Mandala after a Prayer Wheel. I first saw it/interacted with it when I was very young. It is huge and beautiful and I loved interacting with it. It is still very nostalgic for me. I don't think I have ever visited the arts centre without spinning it.
130 1929 None of them. Tax dollars for public art is a waste. Have students and other community members display there creations for free
131 2009 Not aware
132 2036 New City hall and area
133 2083 no favorite
134 2137 I love the heritage markers in Port Kells. They are lovely, AND, they are made by my father (who lived in Port Kells from 1975 to 2010)
135 2179 Hazelgrove park umbrella - great feature to the park
136 2205 I love the deer fountain at the new aquatic center!
137 2232 Surrey art gallery
138 2239 South Surrey Rec Center has a lovely piece of art outside their rec centre.
139 2305 Park
140 2313 CIty Hall Bird Structure
141 2386 Don't have a favourite
142 2388 deer display outside grandview corners pool. It cool bloody cool!
143 2420 The one by Hazelgrove as it is the one I am aware of.
144 2440 The red aideronack chairs at Fleetwood Park. It is a visual reminder of the peace and serenity a park can provide.
145 2446 Holland park is neat
146 2449 N/A
147 2450 Surrey Museum permanent display - very interesting historical materials
148 2457 Surrey Art Centre Bear Creek Park
149 2459 I always appreciate the paintings on mailboxes throughout Surrey City as well as the Christmas lights/reindeer/tree in City Centre.
150 2463 The umbrella at Hazelgrove park
151 2474 Fountains in Holland park
152 2494 The gardens at bear creek park are beautiful and different.
153 2512 The architecture of Surrey central
154 2526 Guildford Rec Centre
155 2535 Seasons in the Park - it's close by and we love to see how the lights change
156 2544 Beer creek art center
157 2547 cloverdale museum
158 2567 Circulation @ the Grandview aquatic centre
159 2569 The umbrella at Hazelgrove Park, because it was the first piece we found in our neighbourhood
160 2577 The Piano on the Street.
161 2607 The courtyard outside surrey public library- those lights in the ground that shoot water + the lights on one side which change color over time- the experience of being in that place is on par with being on granville st during the weekend. how wonderful!. Also; the metal bird installation in city hall lobby. totally excellent. and perhaps, the multi-colored glass panels atop asymmetrical metal poles near the community center on scott road
162 2648 Grandview deer
163 2754 our 6yr son likes the FireTruck at LangleyLibrary
164 2924 Surrey arts centre
165 2925 Museum
166 2960 Cod
167 2971 Fleet wood parking lot wall mosaic
168 2973 Eiffel Tower
169 2976 Vancouver art gallery
170 2977 Vancouver art gallery
171 2981 Fleet wood rec
172 2988 Green Wall at Semiahmoo library
173 2990 surrey arts center,
174 2998 I don't know
175 3000 N/A
176 3008 I like doing activities
177 3010 Langley event centre
178 3011 Inspiring
179 3013 Never visited
180 3019 Cloverdale sculptures
181 3029 Surrey Arts for plays, love attending with my kids to see Christmas plays
182 3046 None
183 3063 Museum of basketball history
184 3087 Cloverdale Public Library - local library (very necessary in a community) where I can do research, work on homework, join programs, and stay connected with the community.
185 3119 I didn't know we had any public art.
186 3120 Surrey Art Centre - Theatre performancse + visit to gallery
187 3121 Surrey Museum
188 3122 the Umbrella - near my home in East Clayton in the park
189 3133 Surrey Arts Theater. Pure entertainment.
190 3135 n/a
191 3137 Surrey Art Gallery
192 3149 Not sure
193 3154 Umbrella at new park at Hazelgrove
194 3163 electrical boxes wrapped with community scenes
195 3164 The kids like the big dear in front of the Grandview pool
196 3176 not certain
197 3321 South Surrey Recreation Centre and Surrey Art Centre
198 3323 Surrey Museum
199 3335 Holland park
200 3379 I don't find them a valueable use of city resources
201 3417 Bear Creek Gardens
202 3425 plays
203 3427 Vancouver Art Gallery
204 3432 spirit bear at South Surrey Recreation
205 3436 pool and gym always clean and well kept
206 3446 gym it's dope
207 3491 Bear Creek Park venue for performing arts has nice intimate setting
208 3543 Trampoline Park
209 3557 Don't know
210 3575 the umbrella at the waterpark in Clayton
211 3594 Museum - history
212 3627 the deer at the south surrey facility
213 3650 Can't remember
What types of amenities would you or a family member use in a youth park associated with the new community hub in Clayton?
Respondents: 723
Choice Count
Socialize / hang out space 46.75%
338
Skate/BMX park - Bowl/Flow Terrain (e.g. flow bowl, snake run) 21.99%
159
Skate/BMX park - Obstacle/Transition Terrain (e.g. quarter pipe, fun box) 19.09%
138
Skate/BMX park - Street/Plaza Terrain (e.g. stairs & drops, rails, ledges) 16.04%
116
Parkour Area 25.31%
183
Sand volleyball courts 31.40%
227
Sports court (basketball / hockey) 51.31%
371
Exterior performance / art creation spaces 29.60%
214
Un-programmed exploration space 40.80%
295
None 13.28%
96
Other 13.28%
96
Total 723
# Respondent Please specify.
1 67 can we have place for adults
2 94 Swimming Pool
3 100 I don't have youth anymore but I am tired of "youth parks" being for skateboarding and bikes or basketball with a tiny bit of climbing - youth need lots of space in libraries - a variety of activities separate from adults and children but nearby - like mini youth rec centres off of regular rec centres - for parks - a variety of space like town squares but not centred around skateboarding
4 111 Waterpark
5 117 Pool
6 123 Tennis court
7 141 Kids playground
8 147 Indoor pool
9 183 playground like terra nova in richmond
10 189 A running track,
11 190 Ice rink, Swimming pool,
12 193 SWIMMING
13 195 pool (indoor)
14 204 Swimming pool
15 219 Playground
16 234 Playground
17 282 large covered picnic table areas with bbq for people to rent space for gatherings (birthdays, reunions, family events, community events)
18 284 Picnic tables. Movies in the park seating area.
19 293 Water park
20 309 Swimming Pool and Large Water park and forested dog park trails.
21 364 Nature area with large trees and or bushes
22 382 Tennis, waterpark, pool, ice rink
23 426 Tennis
24 457 SWIMMING POOL
25 693 Water park
26 695 Pool
27 718 Water park!
28 725 Swimming pool
29 748 Tennis courts, swimming pool
30 783 keep it as a green space / They stated that they would like the 3 skate/BMX park ideas and parkour area located in Hazelgrove Park
31 801 Outdoor pool
32 829 Pool
33 856 Rock Climbing elements
34 859 Bike skills park (drops/jumps/features)
35 884 Swimming pool please!
36 963 Swimming Pool with lane swimming, diving boards, leisure pool and water slides and hockey arenas for ice hockey
37 1013 lacrosse box, soccer field
38 1053 Tennis courts
39 1154 Nature trails
40 1267 need some natural habitat for kids to play in. stop buikding the clwar cut same old parks. its not park its a flat piece of grass. build in some stimulation, trees, forts, streams, rocks....
41 1365 Playground
42 1376 Playgrounds or play space
43 1382 Swimming pool
44 1386 Water park /play area for little kids
45 1389 Playground with my 3 & 1 year old
46 1398 Rope playgrounds, splash parks
47 1437 I would love to see a space for our teenage kids to hang out like the old house at Don Christian
48 1523 Pool
49 1579 Small and older children's playground and waterpark
50 1625 pool
51 1665 Tennis courts, basketball, raquetball
52 1677 Huge Indoor running and training track and swimming pool
53 1704 Covered lacrosse box with polished concrete for roller hockey and roller skating
54 1709 Splash park
55 1723 Swimming Pool
56 1726 More green space would be wonderful, parks and trails for running/biking
57 1730 Tennis Court, Squash Court
58 1768 Tennis
59 1774 swimming pool
60 1805 Salt water pools
61 1811 Large outdoor art festivals
62 1816 Bandshell ( theatre space )
63 1855 dog walking area
64 1909 Running track, park with zip line for older kids
65 1929 Creative Playgrounds and courses
66 2205 Outdoor mini-amphitheatre! Community talks, planned and impromptu performances, free stage for youth
67 2315 Hockey
68 2319 Pool Indoor
69 2442 Splash park
70 2457 Take grandchildren to play activities
71 2473 Artificial putting green
72 2496 Water park
73 2507 Rink, pool
74 2556 We need a pool and a track in our neighbourhood!!!!
75 2569 toddler friendly space
76 2626 Large baby section in library, kid friendly spaces and programs for 0-5 yrs
77 2959 Pool
78 3008 Soccer
79 3042 RC cars
80 3057 pool and ice rink
81 3064 pool
82 3080 Mountain bike park
83 3087 Grassy area for soccer and frisbee.
84 3133 n/a. Our family members are beyond teenagers. Our kids are new young parents, still in Clayton with us.
85 3171 Indoor pool
86 3176 water park, playground, picnic area, swimming pool
87 3190 BMX pump track
88 3317 waterpark / wading pool
89 3323 kids playground and water park
90 3339 play ground without bark mulch
91 3417 pickle ball
92 3424 Playground
93 3425 pool
94 3436 swim
95 3491 Indoor swimming pool is a strong interest. Fleetwood and Grandview pools are too far away
96 3540 gaming space
The most important quality for a new community hub in Clayton is:
 
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# Respondent The most important quality for a new community hub in Clayton is:
 
1 66 That it is a space where the community can come together for a multitude of activities.
2 50 Having a place where we can interact and connect with our neighbours. A place to call our own.
3 65 Library, Rec space for kids
4 67 library
5 73 Gym space and library
6 81 Gathering place where u can do a bit of everything, pick up a book, have a coffee, do exercise, participate in classes
7 90 Library, kids programs, pickle ball
8 94 Accessiblity, variety of programs, affordable, family-oriented
9 95 Variety of programming
10 97 Aquatic facility, walkability, access for all ages
11 99 After school programming
12 100 green and spacious - there are so many people living in basement suites, townhouses and coachhouses
13 100 Library
14 102 accessible, multicultural, centrally located
15 108 Programs available
16 110 Safe indoor environment
17 111 All encompassing - like the walnut grove community centre
18 113 Welcoming spaces to gather and talk. A place where people can come together and share ideas. So places people can gather. Seating and shelter in outdoor spaces as well.
19 114 Host community events
20 112 library and indoor sports activities
21 116 Inclusion and accessibility
22 117 An indoor pool.
23 119 Access and cleanliness
24 120 Things for 11-15 year olds to be active
25 122 Engaging
26 123 Engagement with the teen community
27 124 Creating community
28 128 Variety of activities
29 130 Recreation
30 132 Gym and library!!!
31 134 Warm
32 136 Safe and friendly
33 138 Access
34 139 It is able to be used by all ages
35 141 To be the heart of the community - place to meet others and hang out and walk to as a family. And host community meetings if needed.
36 142 Bringing people together
37 143 Feeling like you're part of a family/community
38 144 Communication and socialization
39 147 Recreation centre
40 148 Availability of books and online sources of research material
41 149 Activity spaces
42 150 Integrated into existing tree areas
43 151 Accessibility to all families with a variet of income levels
44 152 Fam
45 153 Get community together vs staying home or travelling to other communities. It's getting so big here, we deserve and need this for our families and youth
46 154 Ease of use
47 155 Activity orientated
48 156 Activity centre
49 157 It's Eco friendly
50 158 Gym and pool
51 159 Youth drop in
52 160 Physical fitness
53 162 Easy access with programming for all community members of all ages
54 163 As much interesting green space for people as possible. e.g. living green walls, elevations in landscape, gardens areas, etc.
55 165 Accessible - easy to walk to and lots of advertising of programs
56 166 Bring the community together. I love Clayton Heights, however I feel as if I don't know any of my neighbours after living here for 7 years
57 167 Good for all ages
58 168 Allow bike parking and safe place for families (ie security)
59 169 Open useable space that youth can use with leadership available
60 170 Open as many hours as possible
61 172 Safe, comfortable place with amenities for young and old alike
62 173 Idk
63 174 A diverse mult use space. Would love a theatre aND LIBRARY
64 175 Safety
65 177 After school programs
66 179 Gymnasium
67 180 A hangout place
68 181 A place to hangout
69 182 Place for teenagers to hang out
70 183 Safe, nature, learn, teach, explore: and not like the surrey museum
71 186 Outdoor spaces
72 187 Inclusiveness
73 188 We look forward to a new library for our kids to explore, we also are very excited to one day see the pool that's coming...
74 189 Safety and welcoming teens
75 190 Give our community a rec site within walking distance!
76 193 Pool
77 194 Fun and exciting
78 195 Affordable
79 197 Clean, safe, good parking
80 199 Indoor Pool
81 201 Park space
82 195 programs that get the community together.
83 200 Kids activities
84 201 Helping to further a sense of community. Right now it feels a bit like we are between Langley and Surrey and I use Rec services from both.
85 205 Safe space for parents and kids to use together to connect with other families engaging in shared experiences/activities.
86 206 Activities and accessibility for all ages and mobilities
87 211 Sharing
88 219 We need a real recreation center with a pool. We are the only city area that doesn't have one, who have to drive 20 minutes to the closest one or go to Langley. A larger more modern library.
89 234 Family activities
90 249 lots of indoor gym space, teen center , teen dances and activties-keep teens off the street and out of trouble.
91 257 Large enough, properly staffed and equipped for the REAL population of this community
92 269 Teenagers have activities
93 282 creating belonging mixed with safety and places that put smiles where they belong
94 284 Accessibility, safety, a place that everyone is welcome.
95 293 Accessible to everyone in Clayton, with enough space for the massive population here. And something for the teens... there is nothing around here for them to do.
96 297 Safe, well lit, family oriented.
97 305 Making the space use able and inviting
98 309 meeting the needs of the whole community
99 313 A pool
100 317 Swimming and indoor play area for kids
101 352 walkability, programes for the youth/teens to have somewhere to go
102 357 Longer hours of operation
103 367 including everyone in the community
104 372 Accessibility and flexibility of scheduled programs. It would be great to have a pool or ice rink close by.
105 374 Weekend Activities for young teens
106 378 Something for the local teens to do, to keep them amused/busy
107 379 Activities for kids/teenagers
108 382 Swimming pool
109 384 A place for the community to participate in activities sports or cultural.
110 385 Planned activities for young children.
111 389 Pool
112 396 Safety and usability
113 423 That it addresses accessibility - bike access, public transit, sidewalks, road completion - for the local residents and schools.
114 424 a functional facility that works for youth and adults
115 426 Inviting and safe
116 434 teenager friendly
117 438 Well developed areas and useful amenities
118 444 staffed spaces that can be used
119 457 security- a feeling of safety, and cleanliness, a place where we feel comfortable to go.
120 471 Although I would love to have a full service rec centre that would provide opportunities to our youth I believe our City is lacking opportunities for youth/families who are involved in the arts.
121 480 The hub should offer a wide variety of services to allow residents access within Clayton reducing the need to travel.
122 496 activities for all school aged kids
123 506 Large variety and quantity of options
124 508 Open and welcoming. Also ambient noise control. A lot of modern buildings are really loud spaces.
125 511 safety and build community pride
126 516 Please just make sure that it's big enough to accommodate this huge population.
127 531 Accessibility - needs to be open and inviting for teens/kids AND families
128 536 Children's activities (mommy and me classes)
129 546 Asthetics (fits in with community), lots of landscaping, a Gym, and organized sports activities (Badminton, etc)
130 573 Accessable usable by large part of the community
131 577 Relevant useable spaces
132 588 Well planned
133 604 Swimming pool
134 610 Accessible to everyone, working parents
135 613 A space for the community to use to stay active and healthy
136 630 Family oriented
137 624 Green space
138 639 enough parking or bus/transit access
139 656 Have a place that brings the community together
140 657 Inclusion
141 660 Giving the community something other just houses
142 664 No outdoor space for skateparks etc to allow for groups of teens to converge and increase the crime that is already increasing with the population growth. Keep the area simple for young families who want to keep that level of persons out and not provide them a place to converge
143 689 Inclusive of all age groups, socioeconomic statuses, cultural backgrounds
144 695 Size, access, programming
145 709 Bringing families together and meeting our neighbours
146 721 Continue to build a sense of community
147 725 Fitness, swimming option for teen to do. So they are not bored doing bad things
148 738 Affordable gym
149 739 Access to unstructured activity area.
150 748 The community has no where to go. There are alot of families and students and nowhere within walking distance for them to go.
151 766 Welcoming and easy access
152 767 that programs be affordable
153 771 safe and welcoming
154 772 a fitness centre / gym and a pool
155 782 place our family can all enjoy
156 783 Quiet, natural soace in the heart of a busy neighbourhood. To pause and be still is good.
157 785 bring people together in a healthy environment
158 786 keep teenagers off the street, meet mew people
159 790 multi-use (trails, dog-friendly, playground, soccer/baseball/etc fields, covered areas
160 795 A walk in clinic
161 801 Indoor pool
162 802 Children's activities
163 817 Individual space for each
164 818 A library
165 822 place for families and all types of people to feel comfortable
166 825 welcoming
167 826 Free!
168 830 Helpful staff, enough staff, safe environment, user-friendly spaces that are welcoming.
169 835 To pull the community together and foster inclusion.
170 836 library. accessible multi-purpose space
171 839 Large enough to accommodate all the acitivities that are needed there.
172 852 a space that is adaptable to many functions, is easy to maintain, and is safe and welcoming to all.
173 855 Location - availability
174 856 Being able to connect to the other hubs in Surrey
175 859 Inclusive space, bright, featuring as much nature as possible
176 871 Within waliking distance. Centralized. Well lit area
177 872 Accessibility and safety
178 884 Place for youth, bring a sense of community
179 887 Accessibility for people with disabilities
180 901 library
181 906 Library and community centre that is in an accessible location offering a variety of programming that is currently not available in Clayton, including afforable fitness programming
182 919 inviting space
183 963 Swimming Pool and hockey arenas with easy access by transit
184 970 Lots of room for just hanging out
185 975 accessibility
186 987 Enough Library space & space for sustainable activities..hands on activities and not computer based activities..maybe buck the trend & be a new creative non electronic space..may get lots of folks from even outside Surrey.
187 992 Walking areas
188 1013 location
189 1018 Features of interest
190 1033 Accessability to sports faclities - pickleball
191 1047 That it is safe
192 1051 Parking so that neighbourhood parking remains available for residents
193 1053 Access
194 1079 Looks nice
195 1085 Outdoor space for families
196 1123 Safety
197 1154 Rec center
198 1207 High community interaction
199 1208 ussefulness rather than architects dream scheme
200 1209 accessability, variety for all ages, senior programs
201 1210 flexibility
202 1213 Place for youth to have events, things to do etc.
203 1218 good qualitgy library, affordability of programs
204 1221 rec centre, drop in fitness program all ages
205 1223 Targetting diverse age groups
206 1224 Safe for everyone
207 1225 Activities for kids, skatepark, ball hockey
208 1226 library, youth accesible and friendly
209 1227 retaining the treed areas for walking
210 1228 clean
211 1231 Rec Centre - youth / teen centre
212 1232 All built structures should incorporate nature themed photography on all building sides
213 1234 Friendly and welcoming to everyone
214 1241 affordability
215 1242 the library
216 1243 library
217 1248 space to connect, relax and read a book
218 1267 natural habitat.
219 1275 Library and event space
220 1282 A really great library space.
221 1291 the library
222 1320 Library
223 1343 Lots of trees and parking
224 1365 The library
225 1369 literary programs, books, access to computers, snacks.
226 1376 Variety for all the age groups. Young / teens / adults
227 1380 POOOOOOLLLL
228 1381 recreation space and programming
229 1382 Swimming pool
230 1384 that it be a safe place for everyone
231 1385 Safe and clean
232 1386 Safe
233 1388 Safety
234 1389 Safety and creativeness
235 1390 Regular access to sports programs, fitness classes and weight room. Swimming pool.
236 1391 A community centre for all ages incluf=ding a seniors dedicated room
237 1393 Stay and Play for toddlers, crafts or sports of kids, library, and pool/splash pad
238 1395 A pool.
239 1396 Creative and study space
240 1398 Large. Gallery style spaces and multipurpose rooms. Free Electric vehicle charging
241 1400 Youth programming, myzone, POOL!!!
242 1405 Accessibility and inclusivity
243 1409 Parkour
244 1410 An inviting space that can accommodate activities for various ages. Space for community partners to offer programming . An example would be to provide space for Clayton Family Resource Program.
245 1413 Community connection
246 1430 Large enough to support the growing community
247 1437 A family resourse hub would be great and teenage youth space. I would love to see music and arts as well for all ages
248 1442 Confirm Clayton as a Community for Youth
249 1450 An open space to get coffee, chat with friends and maybe take part in some activities (board games, clay etc.)
250 1466 Programming for teens
251 1468 Ability for a large range of groups to use it.
252 1473 Safety
253 1489 Safety, not a loitering area, plenty of availability
254 1496 Meets the needs of the community.
255 1509 We need a pool and an updated arena
256 1517 Safe, fun and family-friendly.
257 1523 Amenities
258 1527 Library
259 1541 Accessibility
260 1542 Swimming pool and library
261 1550 Accessibility
262 1554 Connecting the many who live here!
263 1559 Children's programs at various times
264 1562 Open early and late
265 1566 Swimming pool
266 1567 Creating closer community feeling.
267 1574 availability of parkin
268 1575 Safety
269 1576 accessibility for all
270 1577 Recreation pool, gym
271 1579 Central location; regular quality programming for all ages
272 1585 All weather fields and security/safety
273 1587 Recreation
274 1589 affordability
275 1625 safe gathering place for the community
276 1632 open space, park, bbqing
277 1634 Diversity. Useful to more than just families with young children.
278 1636 accessibility & variety
279 1653 A pool
280 1655 Gym
281 1656 Purposeful
282 1664 Activities for children 3-11
283 1665 Coffee and snacks
284 1676 Social
285 1677 Huge indoor running track and training facility like the oval in Richmond
286 1686 Accesibility in terms of location and low financial barriers.
287 1694 Family friendly but also addresses needs for teens and seniors
288 1701 Addressing needs of young families
289 1704 Giving youth a bridge to connect to their community, and art, and for adults and youth to be able to converse and celebrate diversity within our community of all kinds
290 1706 To make it fun and safe
291 1711 A big library space with a diverse collection
292 1715 Safe place for multi generational people to visit and hang out
293 1716 Play areas for children
294 1725 A gym, possibly a pool, and access to the arts - such as performances, plays, or other community events.
295 1726 Green space and performance events
296 1739 Accessibility, and good parking
297 1741 to keep kids safe and happy
298 1747 Having a variety of activity options in one place
299 1757 Recreational activities for all ages that could appeal to a family
300 1776 Family oriented, safe, minimal crime
301 1777 Family orientated. Keeping gangs and hooligans away
302 1778 free and convenient
303 1779 open seven days a week
304 1780 Community spaces for young families
305 1781 educational, fun, and free
306 1782 fun open spaces to hang out and have programs
307 1783 swimming pool
308 1784 function
309 1785 family friendly
310 1792 Acceptance for all age groups
311 1796 Easy to access, parking and stroller friendly
312 1798 Inclusiveness
313 1805 Safe place for all members of my family.
314 1811 multi use
315 1814 accessible for working families with young kids.
316 1816 A place where a diverse amount of people can enjoy
317 1828 A rec centre with children's activities especially a pool is needed.
318 1851 Accessibility and community-inclusive
319 1855 variety of materials and activities for all ages.
320 1874 Safe for everyone
321 1905 Connecting community...space for age appropriate activities. Eg..youth center, seniors center,
322 1909 Multipurpose
323 1929 Good amenities and PARKING to accommodate. If I can't get there and find parking, I'm out.
324 2009 A mix of great library and exercizing and performance.
325 2035 An excellent library with a children's area that is inviting and warm.
326 2036 Services for those less fortunate to connect with others, learn, and get any needed help
327 2083 inclusiveness and accesibility
328 2137 Community participation / engagement
329 2179 Pool and library
330 2201 Place to interact with all members of the family - furry top
331 2205 INCLUSIVENESS. I'm tired of spaces that do not make an effort to include ALL members of our community - and as a result, the same people have the easiest access to the space and are the ones who show up to take advantage of resources. Changing this will require WORK. A lot of outreach, invitation. Further, including people whose voices are not heard in the planning process (and I mean on more than just a survey) will help ensure access for all.
332 2214 Recreation opportunities
333 2232 A place for kids to have fun and learn
334 2239 Amenities such as a gym with child minding and classes. Sports activities for children.
335 2240 An atmosphere that brings the neighbourhood together to meet and enjoy each other.
336 2253 An indoor pool
337 2274 Place for kids and youth to do activities
338 2296 Ample parking... family parking spaces
339 2298 Transportation to get there especially for young people
340 2299 User friendly and library, rec Center, outdoor space
341 2305 No crime
342 2313 Activities and CLubs
343 2315 Meeting Friends
344 2316 Safe
345 2317 Art, Paintings, Foosball, Air Hockey, Indoor pool
346 2318 Indoor Pool
347 2349 an alternative to Surrey Arts Club
348 2355 Hours of access, affordable space and programs, ease of booking
349 2358 Have a lot of programs offer such as sports, sciences, crafts, etc.
350 2375 Ample parking and a variety of spaces for various activities
351 2377 offer variety of activities for all ages
352 2382 Place to visit and involve in the community
353 2386 Accessibility
354 2412 A bright, inviting library with a large children's area in the library, outdoor playground
355 2420 A variety of spaces available for people in the community to connect.
356 2435 accessible to kids and families
357 2440 Accessability, parking ...people will not walk.
358 2442 Affordability
359 2444 Good parking (lots of parent parking) gyms for stay and play and dance classes, library, a pool
360 2446 A place for all the misplaced teens and workout/child minding for parents to stay in shape
361 2447 Child Friendly
362 2449 Engagement, open concept to promote inclusion.
363 2450 Convenience, easy of use, well designed
364 2457 Friendly people, library, activities for seniors and grandchildren, workshops
365 2459 A place for fitness
366 2462 Fitness
367 2463 Lots of kids activities for toddlers and elementary aged kids
368 2465 For it to be truly multi-purpose; with fitness classes, a hang out space for teens, children's activities, etc. Our community is somewhat transient, and needs an anchor where people can gather and depend on good quality programming.
369 2468 Library and community centre
370 2474 Study spaces
371 2477 Activities available for all ages
372 2479 Keeping teens off the street in a safe environment
373 2493 Building a facility that can fit the many Clayton community members
374 2494 A pool. We do most of our recreation in Langley because there is nothing nearby
375 2496 Diversity: Ensuring many aspects of community fullfilment are covered to ensure constant and consistent use.
376 2502 That it would be walkable. The parking in clayton is bad enough and we should be able to avoid needing that mode of transportation to get there.
377 2507 Many accessible activities for all ages
378 2508 Near a bus stop.
379 2509 Reasonably priced varied options
380 2510 Indoor Soccer
381 2512 Art, exercise, supporting those in need in our community
382 2514 A public space that starts to remedy the lack of public life in a suburban neighbourhood like this. For example, in my neighbourhood, even though I like to go for walks, there is currently no destination (reason) for me to leave the house. It would be nice if we had the the type of public space where someone who goes for a walk actually has a destination, some place where they can walk to and is pleasant enough to just sit out in public.
383 2523 Easy access and activities for all ages (grandparents down to grand babies).
384 2525 After school programs for youth
385 2526 Accommodating all audiences.
386 2528 Family oriented
387 2529 Events/activities for all age groups throughout the day and week.
388 2535 Outdoor play space for families.
389 2536 Gym and Pool
390 2537 Ample parking. Covered outdoor play/nature area for toddlers and kids
391 2539 Ice rink
392 2540 Safety
393 2541 Free or inexpensive activities for families
394 2544 Recreational
395 2547 love
396 2549 access
397 2552 Family friendly area
398 2561 provides space for recreation, learning and social activities in the community
399 2567 open hours from early to late
400 2569 A place for families to connect
401 2571 Library and gym and pool
402 2576 Accessibility
403 2577 Youth aspect as well as programs.
404 2604 Family friendly
405 2607 Having it be not a reaction to what surrounds it; but a beacon-perhaps a portal- pointing to the potential of the fast-growing community. use of material & space that change the minds of its users to feel as if the city's addition to their lives is a magnetic pull forward in time; a step towards a more advanced & integrated society. These features are what the surrey public library has given to me & I hope it can be brought to my own community
406 2619 Fitness facility
407 2626 Kid friendly spaces. Large library. Gym or hall with kid activities like tot romp
408 2669 Pool
409 2754 'user' friendly atmosphere//vibe
410 2807 A place for families to have fun activities.
411 2827 Library services
412 2847 Liberal and open to all
413 2880 Pool
414 2924 A place where parents can have fun with their small children/families
415 2925 Togetherness, natural
416 2949 Safety and ease of access (sidewalks, parking), functionality (pool, recreational programs).
417 2954 Free wifi and friendly space
418 2955 Having many different events going on
419 2958 Clean
420 2959 Pool
421 2960 Fun
422 2961 All ages
423 2964 Indoor track facility. Indoor pool. Outdoor running track (similar to Macleod Aathletic in Langley).
424 2968 It will be easily accessible
425 2969 Amenities like pool ice rink
426 2971 Multi use, indoor and out
427 2973 Meeting people's expectations.
428 2974 Community integration
429 2976 Ice rink/gym
430 2977 Gym/ice rink
431 2981 Gym
432 2983 Welcoming atmosphere
433 2987 Overall appeal: something for those who like art, something for those who like books and need study space, and something for art admirers.
434 2990 that it close to clayton,
435 2994 accessibility, affordablilty and parking
436 2996 Play
437 2998 A field
438 2999 Enjoyable for all types of people
439 3000 Space
440 3001 welcoming atmosphere
441 3002 A great area
442 3005 Wifi
443 3007 Open and available for many to spend time
444 3009 Wifi
445 3010 Teamwork
446 3011 Sports
447 3012 A pool and or ice rink
448 3013 Pool
449 3014 Fun
450 3018 Library
451 3019 useful space
452 3020 A safe area to take part in a variety of activities for everyone young and old
453 3025 programs for kids (dance/music/etc.) Fitness classes for adults.
454 3026 safe
455 3029 safe, fun place for youth to hang out
456 3036 Safety and parking
457 3038 Safety
458 3042 Safe/clean/secured/monitored
459 3043 Gathering information for community events
460 3045 meet people
461 3046 Areas to walk
462 3047 Spacious
463 3058 location to give access for people in that community
464 3062 Suitable for young children
465 3063 basketball and wifi ( free )
466 3064 for it to be welcoming and safe
467 3069 Swimming pool
468 3080 draw community together
469 3080 New library and outdoor spaces
470 3086 Indoor walking and running track
471 3087 Getting kids outside and involved in the community and bringing the community together.
472 3089 library
473 3096 Community synergies
474 3116 A centre that provides programming for the community. Clayton residents currently have to leave the community to visit libraries and recreation centres
475 3117 Being inclusive of all age group
476 3119 Parking
477 3120 friendly, inviting, mixed usage, i.e. library, recreation, performance space. We won't use the youth park because we're retired with no grandchildren
478 3122 To appreciate our quality of life, a wide diversity, a new sense of community belonging.
479 3125 A large outdoor space with trees for a nature walk, and a functional multi-purpose facility would be excellent.
480 3133 Variety and availablity.
481 3135 to be different from surrounding community hubs close by
482 3136 Library
483 3137 that all the services are integrated with a wide no-cars area similar to the City Hall area.
484 3144 Safe environment, access to programs and computers and resources
485 3149 To get together with others in the community. To feel safe and secure
486 3152 a public area with programs to keep children integrated and physically active.
487 3154 Basketball courts, volleyball courts
488 3163 features that can be used by all
489 3164 Would love to see a pool!!
490 3168 access to programs including Child Care
491 3171 Indoor pool & soccer fields with a running track
492 3176 Accessibility, creating a community environment, a safe place for youth to go
493 3183 Natural spaces and habitat for wildlife
494 3188 Library
495 3190 Safe and peaceful
496 3213 A plCe for youth!
497 3238 The inclusion of all; Senior activities;
498 3299 anything my kids can participate in
499 3317 pool water space
500 3320 a space for kids to play with frequent kids programming
501 3321 aware of allergies, safety for kids
502 3323 open gym with kitchen and separate meeting rooms
503 3324 welcoming to families
504 3335 Trees and gardens, shade for summer time
505 3339 a fun safe place for neighborhood families to meet
506 3354 Access easily
507 3379 Accessible to all. Transit access.
508 3382 A place for young teens to hang out.
509 3408 Location
510 3410 To have a library, indoor gymnasiums for children, and a workout gym.
511 3411 A library
512 3415 a place for all ages to enjoy.
513 3417 serve the community for all ages
514 3421 programs for adults adn children including toddlers
515 3422 kids activities
516 3425 welcoming
517 3427 good space layout, efficent
518 3430 a welcoming environment
519 3431 Library and arts, something to positively occupy kids in the area
520 3432 something that brings community together
521 3436 pool and friendly atmosphere
522 3437 to be versatille and welcoming
523 3439 to be versitile so old people (60 - 70 ) can enjoy and children
524 3441 a gym to stay active and fit
525 3447 Fitness
526 3449 a pool
527 3456 to have a bigger library
528 3457 a good gym
529 3458 basketball courts
530 3459 can go to the rec centre and work out every day
531 3460 openess
532 3473 Having a library and community services close to home that maybe we could walk to with our grandchildren ?
533 3475 a free to hang out
534 3484 Has a variety of programs.
535 3487 ease of access, secure place to have fun with friends and family
536 3493 After school activities sports for kids
537 3495 family/youth oriented
538 3502 Livrary
539 3507 Easy access and programs for all age groups.
540 3510 Affordable, easy access, safe/secure (not a hang out for drug addicts), free parking,
541 3531 variety of options available for space usage
542 3534 basketball
543 3535 skate park adn study room
544 3536 ball is light
545 3537 basketball
546 3538 ball is light
547 3539 a library
548 3541 a big skate park with a flat bar
549 3543 Make it ready for a growing community
550 3575 enjoying greenspace
551 3585 A large library. The cloverdale branch is too small although I have no problem with a large portion being used for genealogy.
552 3594 mixed use and flexibility of spaces.
553 3627 accessibility for both attendees and time frames for programs etc.
554 3629 Open and accessible space and hours.
555 3634 it's free
556 3641 Family focused
557 3703 To have an indoor pool
558 4091 A new Library and Recreation Centre is an awesome idea. This new facility will help create more jobs for young people that wish to work in the City of Surrey.
Any other comments or ideas about the hub (a combined arts, library, and recreation centre with outdoor spaces)?
 
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# Respondent Any other comments or ideas about the hub (a combined arts, library, and recreation centre with outdoor spaces)?
 
1 66 Fitness classes and a fitness centre would be an excellent component.
2 50 I think it is a great idea to integrate different uses together. It is like the old community centres that were about everything.
3 67 make it something like guildford rec centre and library
4 81 Space that is comfortable, inviting, meet with friends, sit & spend time
5 94 outdoor exploration area for kids, COVERED outdoor area, indoor SWIMMING POOL!
6 97 Aquatics!!!
7 100 variety: sun and shaded - built and natural - child centred - safe - a track would be nice - bus service, sidewalks and bike paths are important
8 97 Great idea!!
9 100 We need community bulletin boards in Clayton where the public can post info about groups and neighbourhood events
10 102 Would love a facility that has a standard (400m) sized running track with rubber surface and good drainage :)
11 110 Indoor drop in play area for toddlers and young children available in the afternoon or early evening.
12 111 The walnut grove community centre is an outstanding facility where a family can spend an entire day. Indoor swimming pools, fitness facilities, gymnasiums, library, coffee shop and a water park outside. A seamless indoor outdoor space with lots of natural light would make for an inviting space.
13 113 Would be great if you could offer city services there as well, pay taxes, pay pet licenses etc.
14 116 Fitness area/classes, covered or indoor playground, daycare/child minding while attending classes, coffee/health food shop for snacks and enjoying while watching kids in activities or enjoying book from library
15 117 Need to have a pool.
16 119 None
17 122 Pool
18 123 A combined arts centre, youth centre and rec centre with covered outside space
19 128 A pool would be great, but doesn't look like it's in the works. Indoor play area for kids.
20 136 Love public input
21 138 We need an indoor pool! We are the quickest growing area of surrey and we don't have a pool. You building or extending pools all over surrey but nothing here. We do all our swimming lessons in langley because of this.
22 139 Keeping it safe and clean
23 141 as a family, the kids need places to play there. A pool would be cool. Activity classes ex. Sports, dance, etc run out of there.
24 142 N/a
25 143 Have some senior exercise and social programs as well as family.
26 144 Na
27 147 Indoor pool and library like walnut grove has
28 149 Great ideas
29 150 Outdoor gym space
30 151 Move it close or not to Fraser hwy
31 152 No
32 154 Pool
33 156 Coffee shop, study space
34 157 Nope
35 159 Library, rec centre with outdoor spaces for basketball, sand volleyball, bike park
36 162 A cafe for those who walk through the trails and want to relax afterwards
37 163 Have the adjoining outdoor space reflect the activities within e.g. library space has gardens and enclosed areas to read, etc.
38 165 Lots of natural light would be great in the design of the building
39 166 Id love to see a big playground for all the kids in the neighbourhood. Something like the pirate ship at the Langley events centre
40 167 Would be nice to have a pool or skate. Rink
41 169 We would really like a pool for the community. Cloverdale is in desperate need.
42 173 Theatre
43 174 This is great and much needed. Hope it doesn't come at the expense of an indoor pool
44 175 None
45 177 Indoor pool
46 179 Thank you - it's greatly needed and will be very positive for the youth of our community!!!
47 182 I like what the city of langley has done in their newly renovated city hall space
48 183 not duplicating that which is within 20km: but be original and think of cultivating youth and families
49 186 Library
50 189 This should have a gym, running track and pool
51 190 We need a pool! The port jells pool has to use shifts to accommodate all the people! South Surrey is too far! This is the fastest growing suburb & zero facilities! We don't need another library
52 197 Include a community police station as property crime and traffic infractions is very high in the Clayton area
53 199 Have lits of covered spaces outdoors for shade and cover from rain
54 201 Don't tear down anymore houses or trees!!
55 195 I believe the clayton area (neighbourhood and schools) would strongly benefit from an indoor pool.
56 243 Pool!
57 257 A pool is so needed here. It's a shame that it isn't being considered. This community is huge and underserved, with so many families. Whatever goes in needs to account for that.
58 260 Our family tried to use the library as often as possible, but the closest library currently being a 15 minute drive away has caused us to stop going. We have been waiting years for a library in our community. The same goes for lessons & community programs (our kids are only able to participate at ones at school currently).
59 282 Parks and rec to run childrens programs out of it during the summer and holidays
60 284 Community police office... (peace officers presence)
61 297 I would love more fitness classes btwn 6-8/9 that aren't yoga. Also child minding in the evenings, i rely heavily on that. A library would be awesome too. There are so many outdoor playgrounds within clayton already. So i dont think the need for outdoor play spaces is necessary
62 309 as mentioned previously would appreciate expanding dog space we already have, an outdoor pool, other ideas checked off great too! What about an indoor inline rink?
63 313 None
64 367 needs to have longer opening hours for people who work during the day.
65 374 A place for concerts/theater presentations
66 379 Needs a pool
67 384 We would love to see a community space for arts groups to share for performances, rehearsals, and offices. Groups can share resources and collaborate, similar to The Post T the CBC building.
68 389 Pool
69 423 It would be great to see it use greener energy, rain barrels for the gardens or to have a 'rain feature' for the kids to watch.
70 426 Programs at reasonable times for working families (ie right now many programs that our 4 year old is interested in are all during the day when we work)
71 434 hockey rink????
72 438 Pool, restaurants, children friendly areas
73 480 It would be great to have a pool and library in Clayton.
74 506 Everyone says it but Clayton/cloverdale in general needs a pool
75 511 library. rec centre would be well used
76 516 We need a pool!!!!
77 531 Would be great to have a workout area
78 536 A pool would be great!! (Indoor pool)
79 604 I would love to see a swimming pool
80 610 Ample parking
81 613 Less library space and more youth, fitness, and open community meeting space
82 630 More kids free playtimes, mixed aged family nughts
83 638 We need a pool
84 639 need an indoor swimming pool!
85 656 A afterschool childcare program is desperately needed in this areas, specifically for Adams Road Elementary. There arw few licensed options
86 657 Rec centre, pool, library are all good ideas for clayton
87 695 I've worked in many art centres and studios over the years being a dance teacher. Having combined space is great too! Be sure to talk to lots of locals (community forum) to hear what we're all after for more input!
88 709 Love to have a waterpark for the kids,
89 721 Please ensure that walking trails surrounding area are kept in tact
90 725 Swimming pool
91 739 Fitness classes and health exploration.
92 748 Great family neighborhood. This is long overdue for a community this size.
93 783 library programs that alogn with natural / geocatching tours
94 795 Library, a strong start, a nutrition centre with dietician, kids garden so they can learn to grow food
95 801 Library
96 817 I don't like the combined option of space. Youth hangingn out is a huge concern.
97 818 I think as long as the library has plenty of quiet space that is separated from the exersize and recreation area, it could work
98 822 lots of open space
99 826 Place for families with very young kids to hang out and play for free
100 830 Would really like to see use of outdoor space around the facility to include natural landscaping, and a community garden space for people to grow vegetables, fruit and flowers.
101 839 Love the concept. Good job, city of Surrey!
102 855 Library, gym, basketball court
103 856 I hope the library is as inspiring as the City Centre Library
104 859 A large community garden would be fantastic!
105 871 Within walking distance. Clayton hall is too far from community and very dark area
106 872 Wide open space, not congested, accessible to large groups of people.
107 884 Music focus - lots of musicians around
108 901 swimming pool
109 919 a place that is multicultural
110 963 Multi-purpose rooms, gymnasiums, gym with the latest workout equipment, quiet library, coffee joint such as Tim Hortons, FINA approved swimming pool, NHL sized hockey arena with seating for 10,000+ fans and a separate facility with at least 6 sheets of ice for minor hockey, community use, sledge hockey and figure skating.
111 987 Make sure that staff in each area are specialists eg: Only Librarians etc. work in the library & only recreationspecialists or general office staff man the recreation side & likewise with the Art spaces
112 992 I like PK Library just the way it is.....a nice little community library. Don't want to go to a pretentious poorly set up library. Cit Centre is an example what a library should not be.....a hang out for crack heads.
113 1033 Dedicated outdoor pickleball courst - fastest growing sport in North America
114 1047 Lots of activities for children
115 1079 Nope
116 1085 Have space that can be rented for events like seminars for people trying to start their own business like me
117 1121 A swimming pool would be well used. Currently have to go to Fleetwood is not very convenient for Seniors
118 1123 A pool would be great, similar to Grandview Heights
119 1208 long open hours to allow choice of uncrowded times
120 1209 exercise area / yoga etc
121 1218 network hub for computer space - space to bring laptop and work
122 1225 Surrey's fees are way more then Langley's which is why we choose to go to Langley Rec centres instead of Surrey
123 1226 pool tables, etc like Timms has for youth
124 1227 Please make it functional over an architectural statement
125 1228 none
126 1231 pool, larger dog park
127 1232 4-G WiFi should be available. 15 Gig download + 10 uploads speed min.
128 1234 Have discarded-books shelves by treadmills or in the park areas where people can take or donate books.
129 1241 A big library would be fantastic! Free drop in activities/lessons/celebrations for families! An indoor pool with free or cost reduced family swim times.
130 1242 please have librarian input into the design of the library
131 1243 please bring librarians in on the design of the library
132 1248 space just for kids in the library
133 1267 put in some activities to promote environment. salmon spawning habitat etc..
134 1275 Yoga space , sauna, free parking
135 1282 Quiet study and lots of computers in the library are critical.
136 1320 Tennis courts
137 1325 A library and rec centre would be great.
138 1343 Benches and sitting areas
139 1365 Please consider that the area is only served by the very small Cloverdale library, library space is very much needed
140 1376 Clayton has such a young population right now and I'd love to see a space that can grow with us as the kids get older.
141 1380 Pool.
142 1386 Play area for toddlers
143 1389 Would love a pool with play spaces for children of all ages
144 1390 Library and sports facilities!
145 1391 outdoor space for music and art presentations in the summer
146 1396 Coffee is always a great idea
147 1398 Like the south surrey art center / combined community center
148 1413 A swimming pool for this area!
149 1442 Please make it happen we need it!!
150 1451 EV hook up would be great!!! Please!!! So many electric vehicles are around here!
151 1496 This is needed in this area.
152 1517 Library and indoor swimming would be great. I'd love to be able to walk to such facilities instead of driving to Walnut Grove.
153 1523 A pool should be included in any design
154 1541 Garden, garden, garden! ☺
155 1542 Children's indoor play space
156 1550 Pool.
157 1554 Please make the coffee place GOOD coffee :)
158 1562 Gymnasium space is easential
159 1567 A pool would be great.
160 1574 central location
161 1575 Indoor pool, ice skating rink,great playground
162 1576 parking must be convenient and
163 1577 Outdoor areas
164 1585 There needs to be a balance to enclosed space and open space while still offering great parking and a feeling of safety which is done with open area and proper lighting.
165 1589 Would love to see pool tables. Recommend security as I had my glasses stolen at a community centre in Langley.
166 1625 We need a pool in Cloverdale - either indoor or another outdoor.
167 1632 hot tubs would be really nice
168 1633 I would be very interested in a community garden space.
169 1634 Celebrating cultural diversity
170 1636 A library is a must
171 1656 Indoor pool, outdoor space(s), family friendly fitness spaces (gymnasium, gym, exercise equipment for all ages),
172 1665 Dog friendly
173 1686 Indoor pool facilities would be great.
174 1694 Would love a pool!
175 1701 Indoor pool, outdoor play, drop in playtimes
176 1704 This is such a great idea, thank you for all of your considerations
177 1711 A community garden sounds incredibly intriguing
178 1715 Green bright and beautiful
179 1729 pool?
180 1747 Would love a pool to be part of our community recreation space.
181 1752 outdoor pool
182 1774 We really need swimming pool around for kids class
183 1776 love the idea about including a library
184 1780 would love a library and rec space for classes
185 1781 YES! Always need more libraries. And places to be creative. places for kids to play and learn and grow and connect to the world around them.
186 1782 cant wait for the library
187 1784 outdoor sports
188 1796 A place for kids to interact, cafe where I can go with my computer and work.
189 1805 I would really love to see a salt water pool, hot tubs, steam room and library. Salt water pools are gentle on skin,making it possible for me to enjoy going to the pool.
190 1811 Let Community Groups buy in and help organize and run facility with city staff overseeing.
191 1828 We have enough libraries. No need for art exhibits. We have 4 within a 10 minute drive.
192 1851 Lots of space to rent for birthday parties or rental spaces
193 1855 a community garden space, eating facility restaurant cafe.
194 1874 Excited about possibly getting a library in our area! Also possible indoor performance room would be great for this side of Surrey
195 1909 A library would be great. Cloverdale really needs an indoor pool
196 1929 Let's see some useful resources added. A pool, a rink something the communities as a whole need.
197 2009 Having a good library with a lot of media available would be a huge asset
198 2035 Lots of activities for pre school ages children
199 2083 transportation/ transit connections are very lacking in this area
200 2201 Pet friendly space
201 2205 PLEASE, please have gender neutral bathrooms available. They should be wheelchair accessible and have changing tables. This will benefit people of all ages and genders who might need assistance in the restroom (a dad with baby or elder mother, for instance), as well as trans and non-binary people in our community.
202 2232 A recreation centre is a geltest idea for kids to get some exersice
203 2239 An outdoor entertainment space with a park, outdoor sports areas, gym with childminding,
204 2240 We love the picnic areas that are at some places, those tables with the bbq fixed- like at green timbers park.
205 2274 Library much needed
206 2298 I love the idea of having Clayton be a hub especially with the new high school going in - how are teens expected to get there without having a parent drive them? Will community busing be available?
207 2299 An pool!!'n
208 2305 Games in the library
209 2313 N/A
210 2358 Indoor Swimming Pool because Cloverdale is the only area in Surrey that doesn't have any indoor swimming pool
211 2375 our community needs a pool. Fleetwood, Grandview, and walnut Grove serve their own busy communities and our population explosion warrants an indoor pool.
212 2409 Outdoor courts for tennis and pickle ball
213 2412 A big library; an indoor play area for small children, an independent cafe would be great!
214 2420 A family games room similar (but larger) than the one at the Timms Rec center in Langley. Also open gym time.
215 2442 Availability of programs/classes for parents to attend while kids are in school.
216 2449 Clayton is a culturally rich and diverse neighborhood, it would be great to showcase this
217 2450 Remember the space(s) are for all ages and interests - needs to be quiet areas as well as activity areas / social areas and individual areas and boundaries between need definition
218 2457 The sooner the better
219 2459 a basketball court is personally, for myself and my circle of friends, the feeling 'at home' in a neighbourhood
220 2463 Would love to see a full size track. We do not have one in the Neighbour hood, not even at the Clayton highschool.
221 2464 Build ice rinks
222 2465 There is already a parkour park and water park by Hazelgrove elementary. We need a Rec space similar to that at LEC, with multi-use rooms, fitness options, but also a pool and box/skate park. The multi-use rooms (perhaps one that could be used as a theatre) could house the overcrowded elementary concerts, high school graduation ceremonies, and even creative performances.
223 2474 Transit must run there or I will n.e.v.e.r. Go
224 2477 Should have a kitchen space and recreation spaces
225 2479 A place where performing arts can be held
226 2493 Please add a pool
227 2496 A water park in the area is much needed. There are no others around.
228 2507 Rink and a pool is a must!!!
229 2508 Would love a indoor pool that was promised!
230 2510 Soccer Field and Tennis
231 2512 Access to public transit. Clayton has horrible transit.
232 2514 It's a good idea. As an architecture student and live long resident of the area I'm very interested in this, I see a lot of issues with the suburban urban environment and projects like these can start to make the public life less non-existent.
233 2525 State of the art library that will engage youth
234 2528 an indoor swimming pool!!!
235 2529 Outdoor water park
236 2537 Outdoor nature play area for toddlers
237 2540 Offering teens opportunities to learn new skills
238 2544 No
239 2556 We need a pool and a track in our neighbourhood!!!
240 2567 Would love to see a makerspace/tool library and community garden in this location
241 2569 We'd love it to be a green building and be very eco-friendly
242 2604 more baby programs
243 2607 Be as comprehensive in programmatic use as possible, and provide the best attempt to foster arts and creation through learning and skill, rote knowledge and sport is prevalent enough
244 2648 New outdoor pool
245 2669 Pool
246 2754 swimming pool πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
247 2807 I find there is little focus to good restaurants or cafes in our public rec spaces. Food is an essential part of socializing too.
248 2847 I look forward to what comes out of this research.
249 2878 Port Kells library shold not be effected.
250 2880 Outdoor activities and play space for kids
251 2924 Would love to see arts spaces, library, Rec centre
252 2925 Rink essential, Pool good
253 2954 It sounds great but it's a bit too far from where I live
254 2955 I think a pool would be very popular since there isn't one nearby
255 2958 No
256 2959 Indoor pool
257 2960 Arcade
258 2968 Ladies fitness
259 2969 Can't wait till its done, need a decent one in that area
260 2971 Pool please
261 2973 Dodgeball
262 2974 Need outdoor hockey cage which is missing in Surrey.
263 2978 Pool
264 2979 Library and recreation centre
265 2980 Pool
266 2981 No
267 2987 That beach volleyball court idea was fantastic. Having drop-in intramural sessions would be a nice offering as well.
268 2990 it will be great when it opens
269 2994 definitely needs an indoor pool and a garden space and bistro patio for community to sit and enjoy and connect with others
270 2996 Make a youth leadership program!
271 2998 A playground
272 2999 Maybe a pool would be nice
273 3000 :)
274 3002 No
275 3005 No
276 3011 Nah
277 3012 Have a ice rink and pool
278 3013 No
279 3018 Would love a big library, but also a classroom area for art lessons and material art lessons - drawing painting quilting sewing beading knitting crochet etc.
280 3019 all-season useability
281 3025 Lots of spaces for classes since there are lots of people in the area
282 3036 New Library and recreation centre would be nice
283 3042 Biking trails and paved space
284 3043 Make sure there is plenty of parking or accessibility
285 3046 Library would be great
286 3047 Organize more activities
287 3052 Would like fitness classes early morning , evenings
288 3058 no
289 3062 Low cost or free
290 3063 free wifi
291 3064 get a pool
292 3069 We need a swimming pool!! And more gym activities for toddler and preschool age children
293 3080 love this idea
294 3086 Indoor walking and running track
295 3087 I would definitely be interested in sewing, textiles, painting, or any form of art classes.
296 3116 We could use a library with a large children's section that offers fun programs for school aged kids. We would benefit from high quality art programs for kids similar to what is available at the Surrey arts centre.
297 3117 Having a space where Seniors can meet; availability for fitness classes
298 3119 Need an indoor public swimming pool that is open all year.
299 3120 Essential that it's a hub
300 3125 A multipurpose facility will surely be delightful to Clayton's multi-cultural population. Everyone will benefit - residents + visitors alike and ultimately resulting greater business, better economy and progress.
301 3133 As housing is more condensed, having social and active places to go very important. Get people out of the condo/house. Entertainment is wonderful draw for socializing.
302 3135 ceramics classes, pool
303 3137 I think the LTR system is asking for trouble. If you put a train in the middle of a hub/walking space, your asking for a bucket of safety issues and not to mention irritation for foot traffic. Build a Skytrain, every other City has one.
304 3164 Benches/sitting area outside. Library with cozy place to stay and read; coffee shop too!
305 3168 please ensure that child care facilities are included in the planned space
306 3183 Please do not take down more trees or habitat to build it
307 3184 Swimming Pool
308 3299 would love to see a pool
309 3317 more programs with childcare available
310 3323 do it
311 3339 it would be nice to have a preschool and gym
312 3354 Love this idea, I hope it gets approved!!
313 3379 Ensure green space is incorporated please
314 3382 Exercise classes during the day.
315 3415 A pool would be great!!
316 3417 a perimeter walk and gardens. Place to sit amongst trees and flowers
317 3425 pool
318 3427 private work out area, lifting area and personal training programs would be great
319 3430 fast wifi
320 3436 pool indoor
321 3437 have a pool
322 3439 pool, a track to run
323 3440 a pool
324 3444 indoor pool
325 3449 a large library
326 3459 I hope it become a good place for people
327 3460 digiral art like tablets for computers
328 3473 Where would it be located?
329 3487 no
330 3502 Rec space for teens
331 3507 As a teacher at Katzie Elem, to have a library that we could go to would be AMAZING!!!!!!
332 3510 Would be nice to finally see a pool in this area of the city. Maintain the location of the SLT. Hours convenient for working adults. Pottery & glass art classes and studio.
333 3515 Would love to see a pool
334 3531 needs more parking - like the rest of Clayton
335 3538 basketball court
336 3541 skate park where all scooters are banned and thrown out
337 3583 It would be good to have strong start programs at this center
338 3585 The guilford branch is the example I would suggest. It always has a great mix of people there and really feels like a community centre with all the spaces and activities in one place. The airiness of the semiamoo branch is to be envied. An outdoor space is nice on nice days but most of the year a wasted space. A greenhouse-type space would be more practical, especially with retractable walls on the nice days.
339 3594 build it bigger than you think is needed. Like Cloverdale - it will be at capacity before the paint is dry.
340 3627 a swimming pool would be terrific to have, look forward to a bigger library with space to offer more than Cloverdale one is able to. Really like the idea of incorporating a variety of open spaces
341 3641 A pool, good sidewalks to and from, bike locking area
342 3703 A cultural place with cafetería/snack area. Including a theatre for different performances
343 4091 A new Library and Recreation Centre is exactly what Clayton Heights needs for young families with children in the area.

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198
Female 70.74%
498
Transgender 0.57%
4
Do not identify with any of the above 0.57%
4
Total 100%
704
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Respondents: 704
Choice Count
0-18 years 10.51%
74
18-34 years 27.70%
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35-54 years 50.43%
355
55-64 years 7.81%
55
65-74 years 3.41%
24
75 +years 0.14%
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Total 100%
704
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32
African 1.07%
7
East Asian (including Chinese, Korean and Japanese) 7.01%
46
Eastern European 10.98%
72
Latin American 2.74%
18
Middle Eastern 2.29%
15
South Asian (including Indian) 7.16%
47
Southern Asian (including Filipino) 2.74%
18
Western European 60.52%
397
Prefer not to answer 10.67%
70
None of these 8.38%
55
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2 109 Caucasian
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