Surrey is a notably fast growing municipality in British Columbia. The ethnocultural diversity, rapidly growing population, and ubiquitous urban development, amongst other factors, all contribute to Surrey’s unique social geography. Surrey is also known to face a number of social issues including low income and high crime rates, and this is problematic. This report is concerned with notable social-geographical issues, exploring relationships and risks across the various districts of Surrey, BC as a means to provide a geographic framework to tackle the issues. The geographical approach allows for spatial related solutions to be implemented. Close relationships between crime, income, and social services were found through geospatial analysis, as well as zones of risk in low-income districts of Surrey, including flood plains and future areas of gentrification.