Welcome to White Rock!

You’ve chosen a great city to call home.

Located on the unceded traditional territory of the Semiahmoo First Nation and the Coast Salish people, White Rock is blessed to have mild weather, stunning scenery, great businesses and amenities, and the finest sunrises and sunsets in Canada.

Find your new favourite shop or vital personal service steps from your door. Stop for a coffee or a craft beer and discover White Rock’s patio culture. Savour amazing dining experiences and then walk along the iconic White Rock Pier and promenade while enjoying an ice cream from one of several artisan parlors.

Everything you can need- including a vibrant arts scene, world-class dining, and amazing shopping experiences- is right here in White Rock. This website is here to help introduce you to this wonderful community and its amenities – for more information, please check out our Welcome to White Rock Brochure, or contact the White Rock BIA with your questions. You can also join our email newsletter to hear about all kinds of upcoming fun and excitement in White Rock! 

Read on to learn more about White Rock’s neighbourhoods – please note that the wayfinding maps below were current as of July 2020 and will be updated in summer 2021.







Great shopping and walkable streets define Uptown White Rock. You won’t need a car to choose the perfect gift from its selection of great retailers.

Enjoy two of White Rock’s many parks (Bryant Park and Hodgson Park), the beautiful Miramar Plaza (home to the White Rock Farmers’ Market on Sundays from May to October) and a stunning view of the ocean as you access the many beauty, personal care, and health services available in Uptown.

Five Corners








Blessed with a funky vibe, Five Corners is the home of White Rock’s arts & culture community. In addition to the arts scene, you can find many personal, spa, health, and fitness services at Five Corners.

Five Corners also hosts a number of White Rock’s culinary gems, including several award-winning restaurants.

East Beach




If you’re looking for a charming seaside community vibe, you’ll find it in East Beach. Between eclectic retail shopping, fish & chips, and a plethora of ice cream shops, you’re set for a great day on the waterfront.

Be sure to get an ice cream cone and visit Grand Chief Bernard Charles Plaza and Terry Parr Plaza – perfect places to gaze at the ocean! There are also wonderful restaurants where you can enjoy delicious meals on sun-drenched patios.

West Beach





Inspired cuisine and White Rock’s relaxed charm come together on West Beach. West Beach is home to some of White Rock’s most famous restaurants, as well as outstanding shopping, snacking, and ice cream.

West Beach is home to our beloved Pier—Canada’s longest, and an iconic landmark of our community. Be sure to bring your family down and make some memories of your own! Watch the beautiful sunsets from the plaza overlooking Memorial Park and the White Rock Museum and Archives.

About Us


The White Rock BIA is a registered non-profit organization funded through a municipal bylaw, established in 2005 to support a vibrant White Rock business community. We support local businesses through marketing and promotions, events, beautification, and advocacy, among other efforts. To find out more about us, visit www.whiterockbia.com or drop us a line at info@whiterockbia.com. We’d love to hear from you!

Our Partners

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The City of White Rock is governed by a Mayor and six Councillors, elected every four years by White Rock residents. This team of leaders, with support from several Citizen Advisory Committees, are responsible for setting the City’s policies in accordance with the Local Government Act. Information about how to get involved and learn more about City services can be found on the City’s website. Watch a Council Meeting, purchase a parking pass, and find out about the many fitness, youth, and seniors’ Recreation & Culture programs online.



Contact the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce for valuable support, benefits, discounts, advocacy and networking opportunities for local business professionals. Call the Chamber team at 604-536-6844 and follow @sswrchamber.


PACA, Peninsula Arts and Culture Alliance, is a local arts and culture organization that supports and promotes active arts in the community. Follow PACA on Facebook @peninsulaartsculture