Skip to Content
View site list


Pre-Bid Projects

Pre-Bid Projects

Click here to see Canada’s most comprehensive listing of projects in conceptual and planning stages


Surrey building more pickleball courts

Surrey building more pickleball courts
CITY OF SURREY—City of Surrey officials attend a groundbreaking ceremony for new pickleball courts at Crescent Park in Surrey, B.C. 

SURREY, B.C.—New pickleball courts are on the way for Surrey.

The city announced that work has begun on eight new dedicated pickleball courts in South Surrey’s Crescent Park. The project is expected wrap up this summer. When complete, Surrey will have over 80 outdoor pickleball courts.  

“The popularity of pickleball continues to grow and that’s why council has approved eight new pickleball courts to be built in Crescent Beach,” said Mayor Doug McCallum in a statement. “The new courts are just one of 28 projects that make up the $428 million Surrey Invests program that will ensure Surrey’s public recreation amenities keep pace with the tremendous growth we are experiencing in our city.”

Pickleball is a sport that combines facets of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.  It is played both indoors and outdoors on a badminton-sized court with a modified tennis net and with a paddle and a plastic ball with holes. Pickleball can be played as doubles or singles and can be enjoyed by all ages and skill levels.   Crescent Park is a 52-hectare park located on 132 Street in South Surrey. It is one of the over 800 parks the city oversees.


Recent Comments

comments for this post are closed