Endangered River

Our organization is committed to ensuring the sustainable development of the City of Surrey’s Campbell Heights development, formerly “Stokes Pit” and other properties in our watershed.

The Little Campbell Watershed needs to be saved!  As home to countless numbers of wildlife, salmon and unique habitats the Little Campbell River is a jewel that must be preserved through sustainable developmental practices. Please check out our dream for the Little Campbell River.

Development affects fish and wildlife but it also affects human health.  Residents around development sites that depend on well water are also concerned about the quality and quantity of their drinking water.

Most recent developments include air quality issues, a whole new aspect to our original mission based on our stream.

Groups like the Friends of Hazelmere/Campbell Valley are working hard to petition the City of Surrey to ensure the future of our watershed and community


What YOU Can Do to Help

· Join the Friends of Hazelmere/Campbell Valley’s mailing list to find out when they are hosting meetings and letter writing campaigns

· Come to our meetings, they are all open to the public.  Second Wednesday in February, April, June, September and November from 7-9pm at the Semiahmoo Fish and Game Clubhouse (1284  184 St)

· Write letters to Surrey’s Mayor and Councilors


More Information

· Campbell Heights Biophysical Inventory Update and Conceptual Stream Corridor Design”, submitted to City of Surrey by Dillon Consulting Limited

· Campbell Heights Development Public Meeting” Power Point presentation

· Campbell Height Local Area Plan Review, City of Surrey

· Appeal of Air Quality Permit Planned, Surrey Now article

· Galvanizing Plant Discussions, Surrey Now article

· Concerns brought to Township of Langley, Langley Times article




Visit the City of Surrey’s website for more details on phase I and II of the Campbell Heights development by clicking on the image above


Latimer Lake before Campbell Heights phase I development

Latimer Lake after Campbell Heights phase I development

Little Campbell Watershed Society

To understand, restore and enhance the Little Campbell River and its watershed and to foster community stewardship.