Posted August 2, 2016
- Work immediately to create a supervised injection site in the city to alleviate the burden of drug overdoses on Surrey's hospitals, emergency response teams, as well as reduce the amount of used needles being left in the the neighborhoods
- Create a municipal police force to improve police accountability to the citizens of the city of Surrey.
- Put in traffic calming infrastructure in the city's lower income neighborhoods to reduce the risk of traffic related injuries to children and elderly persons in the communities.
- Increase lighting in crime stricken neighborhoods to help reduce petty crime.
- Create a licencing system for bicycles to help track stolen property, and promote green transportation solutions in the city.
The members also resolved in a unanimous motion to call on the city to create a housing plan for the city's homeless. It is the opinion of ACORN members in Surrey that by first meeting the basic need for safe and secure housing, other poverty-related issues in the city can also be resolved.