Hidden Heroes

Do you know someone who should be nominated as a Hidden Hero in our community?

The office of our MP, Ken Hardie, has been searching for Hidden Heroes in our community. The criteria that the office has set out includes:

*   Nominators must be from Fleetwood-Port Kells riding, which includes Fraser Heights
*   The nominee should have done something outstanding in the 2020 Calendar year.
*   All applications must include a letter from the nominator detailing the contributions of the nominee as they relate to the Hidden Heroes award.
*   Follow Facebook and Instagram throughout August to see the Hidden Heroes honored every Friday. And when the pandemic is under control, we’ll be looking for opportunities to celebrate our amazing neighbors together.

Please take a look at our MP’s website at  https://khardie.liberal.ca/page/hidden-hero/ that details the kind of Hidden Heroes that the team is looking for.

It’s time to honor those in Fleetwood-Port Kells who have worked tirelessly for our community, whether they be a long-time dedicated volunteer, passionate coach, or teacher who puts in countless extra hours. It is also an opportunity to honor the front lines workers of the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps a home care worker, a nurse, a grocery store clerk, someone in a small shop – someone who has done more because they care – they are the Hidden Heroes we want to reward.

Deadline for submissions: July 30th, 2020 at midnight

If you have a nomination, please call Ken Hardie’s office at 604 501 5900 or email at ken.hardie.c1@parl.gc.ca.

Block Watch meeting and application form

For those who missed the virtual meeting on Block Watch and ways we can increase safety in Fraser Heights, you can now listen in to the meeting on the link below

Password: 5d?71PRe 

If you are interested in leading a Block Watch group in your area, you can get a Captain’s Application form by emailing Lindsay Wiebe in the Surrey RCMP Community Programs at lindsay.wiebe@surrey.ca.

Together, we can keep our neighbourhood as an attractive, inclusive, and safe place to live.

Safety in Fraser Heights – virtual meeting Wednesday June 17 2020


Over the last couple months, we have had numerous safety concerns raised by residents. We have been communicating with these residents & the RCMP as to what can be done.
The situation here in Fraser Heights, we believe, can best be dealt with through the Block Watch program.

Accordingly, we are holding a zoom meeting as follows:      Wednesday, June 17 at 7 PM

The meeting will be hosted by Ms Lindsay Wiebe, Surrey RCMP Community Programs Coordinator. Below is the link by which you can join the meeting. We encourage everyone to participate & become familiar with the block watch program.

Topic: FHCA Block Watch Information Session
Time: Jun 17, 2020 07:00 PM Vancouver

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Password: 135437
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Password: 135437
Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/adWbDb5mvy

On behalf of the Fraser Heights Community Association,

Ed MacIntosh, President

Please let your neighbours who might not already be members of the association know about the meeting. All residents of Fraser Heights are welcome.

RCMP May update for Fraser Heights

Update from Sergeant Mike Spencer,Guildford/Fleetwood Community Response Unit, RCMP.

I hope that everyone in Fraser Heights who I have come to know over the past couple of years are coping well during these trying times.

I have just finished going over the results of the March and April statistics for Fraser Heights, and I thought I would share the findings with you.  Please feel free to share them with anyone in Fraser Heights who might be interested in them.  I have tried to break them down to make sense to anyone reading them, while painting an accurate picture… without going into so much detail that people stop reading (a problem I often create!!)

I have also attached to this the Surrey RCMP’s 2019 Report to the Community, which was literally just released to the public today. (Note: this could not be attached, but if you are interested in a copy, please email: Surrey_Webmaster@rcmp-grc.gc.ca with the subject line: 2019 Report to the Community).
You can also make this document available to everyone in Fraser Heights, if you feel so inclined.

As far as the statistics go for Fraser Heights over the full two calendar months of March & April, 2020, there was the following reported to the Surrey RCMP:

A total of two (2) Residential B&E’s were reported

  • One was to an unoccupied new house under construction where the suspect was scared off by an alarm system and fled immediately after tripping it.  Nothing was stolen.  The other was a male who literally walked into an unlocked basement door during the evening, spoke to the person in the house, and then left.   It is unclear to the homeowner and the Surrey RCMP if this person was confused, suffering from mental issues, or actually looking to commit a crime in the house.  There was a time delay in this being reported to the RCMP and police were unable to locate and question the subject of complaint.

A total of four (4) Cars were reported stolen from Fraser Heights

  • Two of these cars were stolen with keys – one of the sets of keys being found by the suspect when he broke into the car next to it in the same driveway.   Of the four stolen cars, two were recovered in Ridge Meadows, and another was recovered in Abbotsford.   The RCMP Forensic Unit located fingerprints in two of these vehicles upon recovery and the investigations for those are ongoing.  None of these cars had any anti-theft devices being used, other than the two that were stolen with keys – unfortunately the built-in anti-theft device in these cars are thwarted when the suspect is able to use the keys.

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Fraser Heights Park Garden Initiative

Fraser Heights Park Garden Initiative

Park Partnerships

May – November 2020


The City of Surrey is seeking community members who would like the opportunity to use the self-watering garden plots at Fraser Heights Park for personal gardening.

Program details:

  • There are 12 self-watering garden plots located between the tennis courts and the Fraser Heights Community Centre.
  • 10 of these plots will be for individual gardening. We suggest that each family involved oversee 2 plots for personal gardening.
  • 2 garden plots that will be for communal garden use with the intention of donation to the food bank. Each gardener will be responsible for contributing to the maintenance of the communal garden plots.
  • Each gardener will sign a one-year agreement in order to garden.


No fees will be collected for participation in the 2020 growing season.


  • City of Surrey Parks will supply seeds, garden gloves, as well as a hose & water connection to the building.
  • Gardeners will supply personal gardening tools and ongoing supplies for garden plot maintenance.

Interested? What do you need to do?

If you are interested in gardening at this site, please fill out the application form on the City of Surrey web page (in the Fraser Heights Park Community Garden Opportunity section):

https://www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/7108.aspx and email it to partnersinparks@surrey.ca.  Because space is limited and to keep the process fair, the first 5 families to sign up will be given a spot at the garden.

May 6 meeting deferred

The Fraser Heights Community Association is deferring its next general meeting.

The meeting was scheduled for:

Date:    May 6 2020
Time:    7:00 PM
Place:   Fraser Heights Secondary School Auditorium

Since meetings at the school in April or May have been cancelled, the Community Association meeting will have to be deferred until June or later at a date TBD.

An email notice will be sent out once a date has been determined.

Minutes from FHCA meeting January 29, 2020

President’s report/Opening remarks

  • Web site – fhca.ca
  • Ed MacIntosh, president
  • FHCA is a volunteer non-profit organization – we volunteer our time (no payment is received by any volunteers) to represent the community dealing with issues that affect our community such as safety, traffic, development.
  • The FHCA will meet 3 times this school year (Sept 18, 2019; Jan 29, May 6, 2020).
  • FHCA helps shape policy and issues that involve our community
  • If you have problems in our community, please send your information to us and we will look into these issues (go to Contact Us on the fhca.ca website or send email to Directors@fhca.ca). This is our primary site to collect comments from residents about community issues so we know about them and can send them on to the City.
  • Membership is free and open to all residents but donations are very welcome as they help pay for rental of meeting facilities, AV equipment, insurance etc. If you are not currently on the email list, go to our website and sign up (on the right side of website page – click on become a member).  You will receive three notifications and three reminders of the upcoming meetings per year.  There may also be notifications of open houses or events affecting FH residents.

 Treasurer’s report:  The report was given with the current financial status.

RCMP update on safety and security by District #2 Commander for Guildford/Fleetwood, Sgt Mike Spencer (Community Response Unit).  You can contact Sgt. Mike Spencer through the following email address:  fleetwood@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.  Specific officers can access this email to insure your issue is dealt with in a timely manner.  Mike can also be reached at:  mike.spencer@rcmp-grc.gc.ca and voicemail messages can be left for him at phone # 778-593-3396 if your concerns are not urgent.  If urgent, dial 911. Continue Reading →

RCMP update

Update from Sgt Mike Spencer of the RCMP:

Hello Fraser Heights,

I just wanted to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy Holiday – and I hope that you are able to have a relaxing, enjoyable Christmas with friends and family.

It seems like it has been a while since our last ‘chat’ at the FHCA in September and I look forward to our next one in January.  In the meantime, I will leave you with some important information that will hopefully help everyone have a safe holiday, and beyond.

Although Fraser Heights has been relatively ‘quiet’ for the past little while (don’t worry, I’m knocking on wood), we have seen a couple of ‘annual’ trends in other parts of the city that could easily find their way into neighbourhoods like yours.

Evening Residential Break & Enters – literally only a couple, however another part of the city has seen this somewhat rare occurrence crop up.  We are obviously very alive to the fact that this is a rare M/O for Property Thieves to use and we are doing everything we can to keep our thumbs on the pulse of it.  Fraser Heights has been victimized in the past with these types of crimes, so I would encourage you to take all of the usual measures that I speak of regularly at our meetings.

Theft from Auto where the Garage Door Opener is targeted – this is a trend that has surfaced in a different part of the city, however given the previous problems that we have had with TFA’s in Fraser Heights, I think this would be an excellent time to remind everyone about how susceptible their vehicle is when it is left unattended – whether it’s in your driveway overnight, or in the parking lot of a mall… if you leave valuables in your vehicle, you are risking them being incentive to have your car broken into and these items (among others) stolen.   This is a crime of opportunity – so let’s spend valuable seconds each day to take away their opportunity !!

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