Please note, as of April 30, 2012, the BC SPCA Surrey Branch will no longer occupy the city-owned shelter on 152nd Street. Plans for a new BC SPCA centre are underway. The BC SPCA is grateful to the amazing Surrey Branch staff, volunteers and donors for their loyalty, support and commitment to animals in need over the years.
For animal control issues please call the City of Surrey bylaw enforcement at (604) 591-4370. To contact the City of Surrey shelter and the BC Corps of Commissionaires regarding lost or stray animals call (604) 502-6092.
Contact the BC SPCA Maple Ridge Branch for issues surrounding animal cruelty at (604) 463-9511.
You can become a member of one of the largest animal welfare organizations of its kind in North America! BC SPCA members are dedicated to ensuring the safety, protection and care of animals in B.C. as they strive to support our branch, administration and governing bodies.
Visit our main website for more information on how to become a BC SPCA member and to download an application form.
Community Councils, as elected members of their communities, form part of the governance structure of the BC SPCA.
It is through the Community Councils that Directors are elected to the Society’s Board of Directors. Community Councillors build community support and interest in animal welfare through fundraising, advocacy, volunteer development, and education, thereby providing timely information that highlights Branch needs and initiatives as well as the overall goals and objectives of the Society.
Learn more about BC SPCA Community Councils and Board of Directors.