Fraser Wood Elementary playground

With the help of all its business and community sponsors, Fraser Wood Elementary is excited to announce the installation of its new playground this spring! Out of the four elementary schools in the Fraser Heights community, this will be the first inclusive and accessible playground! This playground is designed to create a multi-faceted, sensory-rich play space where children of diverse abilities and aptitudes, ages and stages can enjoy outdoor play. With its uniquely designed zones, this playground is an action-packed structure with a variety of upper body and climbing activities, combined with a ground- level play area for the best of both worlds.  With more than 500 students attending Fraser Wood, and a growing community of young families in the Fraser Heights area, there was a great need to expand the playground equipment on the school grounds.

Thank you to all our sponsors who have helped make this project possible:

Platinum Falcon Sponsor: $50,000 Donation

– HZ Apps

Gold Sponsor: $10,000 Donation

– Paddington Properties

– Foxridge Homes

– Parker Magnuson

– Grandpa Inc.

Silver Sponsor: $1,000 – $2,500 Donation

– Purba Furniture

– Mae Hernandez

– Suzette Ripper

– Lilibeth Ocampo

– Antonio Hernandez

– Roy Hernandez

Bronze Sponsor: $500 Donation

– MetroPointe Investments

– Home Envy Furnishings

– Emily Oh Power Team

– Global Insurance

– Vicky Wang

– Kirpaul Kaur-Principal, Fraser Wood Elementary

– Jagdev Sikham

– Jean Fan

– Real Yoga Sarah Chen

Please feel free to contact me for more information. Thanks!

Jody Sikham

Fraser Wood Elementary PAC


RCMP December update

Message from Sgt. Tyler WICKWARE of the RCMP


Hello Fraser Heights Residents,

I am writing to provide you with a Winter update on property crime statistics for your neighbourhood. In the time period between October 1, 2021 and December 14, 2021 there have been:

  • 3 Residential Break and Enters; (Compared to 5 in the same period in 2020.)
  • 3 Commercial Break and Enter;  (1 in 2020)
  • 22 Thefts from an Auto; (17 in 2020)
  • 4 Thefts of an Auto; (4 in 2020)
  • 1 Thefts of Bike; (1 in 2020) and
  • 1 Theft of Mail. (2 in 2020)

Of note, the 3 residential break and enters have all occurred in the month of December. It is not clear at this point of they are related in any way. As always, please report all crimes, suspicious persons / vehicles to the non-emergency line, online via our website, or 911 if the situation dictates. With regards to reporting suspicious persons / vehicles, ensure to focus about the behaviour of the individual (ie what is the person doing which causes concern?)

I would like to take the opportunity to wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season and Merry Christmas. I hope everyone is able to spend some time with family and friends and remains safe with the ongoing pandemic. While partaking in holiday festivities and shopping, just a few reminders to help reduce property crime:

  • If expecting package deliveries, ensure to retrieve the package from your porch, etc as quick as possible; and
  • Do not leave gifts, shopping, or other valuables visible in vehicles.

Lastly, I would like to announce that as of December 31, 2021, I will be moving on from Surrey Detachment for a promotional opportunity at Ridge Meadows Detachment. It is unfortunate that Covid-19 did not allow us to have normal in person community meetings to share ideas and information during my time in the position. A search has already begun for my replacement and I would imagine that the position will be filled shortly. In the meantime, Cpl Ryan Muntener and Cpl Darryl Vanderstoep will be sharing the responsibilities of the job. I will ensure they reach out with an introductory message.




Community Response Unit

D2 – Guildford / Fleetwood / Fraser Heights

Surrey RCMP / Government of Canada / Tel: 604-507-5977

Update from RCMP on security and tips for Fraser Heights

Hello Fraser Heights Residents,

I am writing to provide you with a Fall update on property crime statistics for your neighbourhood. In the time period between May 1 and Sept 30 there have been:

  • 5 Residential Break and Enters; (Compared to 8 in the same period in 2020)
  • 1 Commercial Break and Enter;  (0 in 2020)
  • 37 Thefts from an Auto; (54 in 2020. Two of the 37 have occurred in the Month of September)
  • 8 Thefts of an Auto; (4 in 2020) and
  • 4 Thefts of Bike. (2 in 2020)

With regards to the thefts of auto, 7 of the cases occurred prior to mid August with 1 case occurring in September. There is no confirmed link amongst any of the cases.

With Fall and more darkness upon us, it is a good time to bring up our annual Fall property crime prevention tips:

  • Consider having interior / exterior lights on a timer in order to make your residence less enticing to would be property crime offenders;
  • Lock bikes inside of a garage or shed if possible;
  • Avoid warming up your vehicle with the keys inside; and
  • Remove all valuables from parked vehicles, including garage door openers.

Lastly, I would like to take a moment to encourage continued reporting of incidents to police, either through 911 for emergencies, or our non-emergency line and online reporting tool for other issues. The reports received from citizens allow us to have a more complete picture of what is happening in our City.



Community Response Unit

D2 – Guildford / Fleetwood / Fraser Heights

Surrey RCMP / Government of Canada / Tel: 604-507-5977


Serg. Tyler WICKWARE

Groupe d’Intervention Communautaire

D2 – Guildford / Fleetwood / Fraser Heights

GRC de Surrey / Government du Canada / Tél: 604-507-5977


The Fraser Heights Community Association, and all our community, is mourning the tragic loss of three young men in a vehicle accident in Fraser Heights. Our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of Caleb Reimer, Ronin Sharma and Parker Magnuson.

RCMP Fraser Heights update

Hello Fraser Heights Residents,

I hope everyone is keeping safe during this long period of challenge and uncertainty. I wanted to reach out and provide a brief update on the recent property crime statistics for your community. I am pleased to report that property crime levels continue to remain at the low end of what has historically been seen for Fraser Heights. For the time Period of February 5 to April 22 there have been 0 reports of break and enters to businesses, 1 report of a break and enter to a residence,  and 2 reports of a break and enter to another building. Auto crime also remains low for the same period with 3 reports of theft of a motor vehicle and 8 reports of theft from a motor vehicle. There have been 0 reports of bike theft.

I also wanted to promote our 2020 report to the community which is available from the Surrey RCMP webpage. The report briefly outlines the operations of the detachment, some of the programs that we are involved in, and presents overall crime statistics for the City. Or you can follow the below link to the report:

As always, I am available to discuss any ongoing concerns happening in your community and I encourage reporting of all specific incidents as they occur to our non-emergency line or 911 depending on the situation and circumstances.

Take care and stay safe,



Community Response Unit

D2 – Guildford / Fleetwood / Fraser Heights

Surrey RCMP / Government of Canada / Tel: 604-507-5977


Serg. Tyler WICKWARE

Groupe d’Intervention Communautaire

D2 – Guildford / Fleetwood / Fraser Heights

GRC de Surrey / Government du Canada / Tél: 604-507-5977

Update on meeting schedule and clearing sightlines

Update from the Fraser Heights Community Association

Covid-19 has obviously impacted our ability to get together to share neighbourhood news. The Association executive is continuing to be extremely active, in particular in providing input to the City on planning applications and how we can keep the look and feel of Fraser Heights intact. In addition, the membership can continue to expect to see regular mail updates from the RCMP on safety in Fraser Heights, as we did most recently in August and December; and updates on notable activities that affect our community, such as the Surrey Transportation Plan last October or the Transmountain Pipeline update last July.

More recently, we have had many inquiries recently on visual obstructions – hedges, trees, fallen brush – on road sightlines. The best way to handle these issues is to put a request in at the City of Surrey through the City web site. To do that, take the following steps:

1) go to the City web page at

2) Click on “Online Services” on the top menu.

3) The first box listed should be “Report a Problem”. Click on “Household and Property” in that box.

4) You will now have the opportunity to sign up for a MySurrey account (recommended, because you can then keep track of any requests for service). If you don’t want to sign up for an account, there is a box to continue as a Guest.

5) The first box is “What Problem Are You Reporting?” – you can put keywords there, for example “trimming” if you would like a hedge or tree trimmed. The category that best describes the request will appear; in this case, you will see “Tree Trimming” or “Other”. Click on the best category.

6) A map appears where you can zoom in and click to identify the location, then click next at the bottom of the page.

7) Enter any additional relevant information, including the ability to upload photos to describe the problem, click next.

8) Enter your contact information and click “Submit”.

No in-person FHCA meeting is expected to be scheduled at the Fraser Heights Secondary School until at least June, and more likely it will be the fall or later. We will send out an email notice well in advance, or you can always keep up to date on the next meeting through the FHCA web site at

Stay safe!

Message from RCMP re open house and food bank

Message from Sgt Tyler Wickware of the RCMP:

Hello Everyone,

Normally this time of year we would be encouraging the community to participate in our annual open house and Pack the PC events, in support of the Surrey Food Bank. Unfortunately, as we all try to work together through this pandemic, there will be no open house or Pack the PC event this year.

I encourage those that wish to continue to support those in need in their community this year to donate to the Surrey Food Bank (link), either by dropping food off in person (list of locations) or, you can use the option to donate online.

We are also happy to accept non-perishable food donations at the Guildford / Fleetwood / Fraser Heights – District 2 office in a “drop-and-go” capacity up to December 24th, 2020.

Hopefully we will be able to gather and meet in person again soon. I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!



Sgt Tyler Wickware

Surrey RCMP

Community Response Unit

District 2 – Guildford/Fleetwood

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