The library is a hub for lifelong learning, and Surrey's central literacy leader. Young or old, rich or poor, long term resident or brand new Canadian-- everyone is welcome, and everyone can access this world of learning for free.
2015 Literacy Day Report
Discover the value of your Surrey Libraries card, and the tremendous benefits provided to the community by our branches. This year's Literacy Day Report highlights two new research studies commissioned especially for Surrey Libraries: A Week in the Life of Surrey Libraries, and The Value of Your Library Card
Find out how Surrey Libraries is supporting digital literacy, learning, and civic participation with a range of services and programs in our communities. From librarian help to apps, we're helping all ages become more digi-savvy at the library.
2013 Literacy Day Report
Learn about Surrey Libraries’ programs and services supporting early childhood literacy and the launch of the first Get Carded Campaign.
2012 Literacy Day Report
Discover how a library card is a passport to the world of learning and how Surrey Libraries is committed to supporting early literacy and providing services to new Canadians to meet the challenge of literacy for newcomers.