As part of the City of Surrey, Morgan Heights is situated just north and east of HWY 99 and the shopping district at 160 Street and 24th Ave. This community is just one of several which make up the City of Surrey.
Know Your Neighbours in Morgan Heights
Homes in Morgan Heights are known for their luxury and size. Most are new builds from early 2000’s and are single-family; two story dwellings with finished basements which range from 2,000 to over 9,000 sq ft. inside and lots can be as large as 21,000 sq ft. Condos and townhomes offer even more diverse housing options. If you’re looking for something quaint, there are also some older homes in what has been named one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the Fraser Valley. Close to great schools, Morgan Heights is a fabulous, safe place to raise a family. This community is close to many attractions such as White Rock Beach and Crescent Beach, shopping, and restaurants. Morgan Heights also has easy access to Highway 99 and the King George Highway and is just minutes away from the US border.
Dine in Morgan Heights and Surrey
Given its proximity to shopping centres, it’s no surprise that many Morgan Heights dining establishments are franchise restaurants and cafes. That being said, it’s a short drive to get great Indian cuisine at My Shanti by Vikram VIj, some great vegetarian fare at The Chopped Leaf, as well as some more traditional European fare at De Dutch. There’s always something for your tastebuds to explore throughout Surrey’s six communities whether you’re searching for an independent or franchise restaurant, cafe, coffee shop, or sushi bar.
Fun Stuff To See & Do in Morgan Heights and Surrey
While Morgan Heights has only two parks to its name, it is well connected to more than 200 parks in the Surrey area. Check out Discover Surrey to find what’s happening, where, and when. Golf enthusiasts will especially enjoy access to a world-class golf course and country club.
Surrey’s Parks, Recreation & Culture
The Surrey Recreation Guide will tell you the latest programs happening at Surrey’s Recreational Facilities and other venues throughout the city.
- Surrey Parks
- Events in Surrey Parks
- Surrey Nature Centre
- Historic Stewart Farm
- Surrey Arts Centre
- Surrey Civic Theatres
- Bell Performing Arts Centre
- Surrey Archives & Museums Online Access
Schools in Morgan Heights
As part of the City of Surrey, Morgan Heights is served by Surrey School District 36. With just a touch of the keyboard, you’ll find local private schools and a range of public education and support programs for students of all ages at www.SurreySchools.ca. You can easily locate your child’s school by typing in your street name in the School Locator.
Surrey’s post-secondary educational institutions include:
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU)
- KPU Tech Campus (Cloverdale)
- Simon Fraser University, Surrey Campus
- Sprott Shaw College, Surrey Campus
Local Events in Morgan Heights and Surrey
Because of its proximity to White Rock and Crescent Beach, Morgan Heights residents often join in the annual celebrations. Here are just a few to explore:
The Spirit of the Sea Festival takes placed in White Rock in August. This long-running festival lasts three days, and includes live performances, a waterfront marketplace, fireworks and a torchlight parade.
Now almost 40 years old, the Tour de White Rock is an international cycling race that takes cyclists on a 130 km/80mi race around White Rock’s steep seaside hills.
The Great Outdoor Film Festival brings families together while watching classic feature films, under the stars. This free presentation also includes live local musical entertainment, as well as popcorn.
The Waterfront Concert Series at the museum are a popular way to spend your July and August weekend. Come early to get a good seat and enjoy a free concert of eclectic musical selections.
For a complete listing of festivals, annual city events, and community-hosted events throughout Surrey, check out Discover Surrey’s Event Calendar and the City of Surrey.
Your Guide to the City of Surrey Resources
There are several apps specifically for Surrey residents to stay informed and connected, like the Surrey Request to report a problem, Surrey RCMP app, Rethink Waste app, Dinesafe Surrey app, Surrey Libraries app, and COSMOS app. Other useful resources include: