Surrey is British Columbia's second largest city, located 40 minutes southeast of Vancouver and directly north of the US border. Over 468,000 (2011 census) people currently live in Surrey with population projections estimated to increase by an additional 250,000 people in the next 30 years.
With a massive geographic footprint, Surrey occupies an area of 317 square kilometres (190 square miles), making it two-and-a-half times bigger than the city of Vancouver proper. Surrey's six town centres sprawl across a land mass big enough to hold Vancouver, Richmond and Burnaby combined.
Streams, rivers and one-third of Metro Vancouver's agricultural land separate each town centre. When you travel from north to south you'll traverse these bucolic lands, yet you're still in the middle of urban life.
Aptly coined "The City of Parks," Surrey contains more than 2,300 hectares (5,680 acres) of designated parkland. In fact, there is more green space per capita in Surrey than any other Metro Vancouver community, and it co-exists with ever-increasing urban development.
As a result, varied urban wildlife encroaches on Surrey's communities and takes up residence in homes and buildings.
AAA Wildlife Control specializes in the humane removal and control of rats, raccoons, squirrels, skunks, birds and bats. We will animal proof homes and businesses to keep wildlife from getting in and causing damage.
A humane approach to dealing with urban wildlife conflicts and proven methods makes AAA Wildlife Control your urban pest control specialist for your Surrey home and business. Contact AAA Wildlife Control.