This study examines the spatial and temporal distribution of the incidence of overdoses and deaths attributable to opioid abuse within the City of Surrey from 2016 to 2018. As the general epidemiological literature reports, the distribution of overdose incidents and deaths is neither random in space nor time. Spatially, these incidents tend to cluster around specific nodes and pathways within a city. In this regard, the City of Surrey is no different. There is also a strong association with the time of day when these occurrences take place and the day in the month when social assistance payments are made.