12885 85 Ave
Join PULSE FM live on location as we celebrate Vaisakhi with the Sikh Community in Surrey on Saturday, April 20th!
Take part in the Celebration of Khalsa, with food, dance and a parade beginning at 9am.
PULSE FM is partnered up with the Surrey Food Bank and will be accepting non-parishable food and money donations at our set up on 124 Street near 76th Avenue.
Swing by our tent to also play awesome games and win prizes (including a $100 gift certificate to Fresh Street!), as well meet Pulse FM personalities you hear everyday on 107.7 Pulse FM!
Don’t miss the Surrey Vaisakhi Celebrations on April 20th, see you there!
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Parade Route and Road Closures
The parade will begin at approximately 9am at Gurdwara Sahib Dasmesh Darbar, located at 12885 85 Avenue, and will conclude there at approximately 6:00pm. To facilitate parade activities, area residents and businesses should be advised there will be:
- Road Closures
- Traffic Disruptions
- Restrictions to Access
- Temporary Parking Restrictions
Traffic controls will start at 6:00am and last until approximately 8:00pm.
Access to 128 Street and road sections along the parade route will be impacted most significantly. Increased delays may be expected for travel through and within the area between 72 Avenue to 88 Avenue, and Scott Road to King George Boulevard. Please plan your routes accordingly.
Resident Access to Closed Off Areas
Residents do not need a permit to pass through the closed area. In order to streamline the process and eliminate extra work for residents, residents in the affected area will simply need to show their BC Driver’s License and the Officials at the checkpoints (intersections) will let them through as long as the address on their BC Driver’s License is in the affected area. Please update your address with ICBC if you have recently moved. Permits will only be required by, and issued to affected businesses.
Business Access to Closed Off Areas
Businesses in the affected area will need to download and complete a permit application to pass through the closed areas. Once the permit application has been filled out, it needs to be taken in person to the District Three RCMP office, located at 13700 72 Avenue.
Stages and Food Service
If you plan to have a performance stage or provide food service, these activities must be on your property – the use of City road and/or sidewalks is not permitted. The property owner must accept all responsibility and liability for the stage and food services operation, ensuring that the activities are operated in a safe manner, and have all necessary permits and approvals. Please review Fraser Health’s Vaisakhi Food Service Information and review the following links for detailed permit information:
- Vaisakhi Permit Application Form
- Outdoor Seating Areas
- Temporary Structures Permit for Stages and Tents
- Fire Prevention and Safety
- Fraser Health Outdoor Food Preparation Requirements
No Drone Zone
The Surrey Vaisakhi Parade is a No Drone Zone. Transport Canada safety rules prohibit flying drones close to people, buildings, and areas where aircraft take off and land (airport, heliports, aerodromes). If you are a recreational drone operator and do not follow the rules, you could face fines of up to $3,000. All non-recreational drone operators need permission to fly.
(From City of Surrey)