Serpentine, Cloverdale BC. Photo by mybulldog
Cloverdale, home of the famous Cloverdale Rodeo, is located at the junction of Highways 10 and 15 (the Pacific Highway) in the lower Fraser Valley. Cloverdale is a community within the city of Surrey.
Their history goes back over 125 years. Cloverdale has always been an agricultural and transportation centre, and is today one of the fastest growing communities in B.C.
Cloverdale is a great place for families, with a small town atmosphere yet close to big city amenities. We have lots of great community events as well as cultural, recreational and sports facilities.
The residents and business people of Cloverdale welcome you to our community. We invite you to delve into our history and to enjoy the Cloverdale of today, a dynamic, growing yet friendly community.
Get better acquainted with the community of Cloverdale: learn more about our emergency services, transportation, libraries, and business opportunities. Access a Surrey business directory and learn about our diverse make up.
Get better acquainted with the city of Surrey: learn more about our emergency services, transportation, libraries, and business opportunities. Access a Surrey business directory and learn about our diverse make up.
From elementary through to post secondary, Surrey provides residents with a wealth of education options.
Surrey has a wide variety of shopping options, from large malls to a farmers market featuring local products and food.
There's lots to keep you busy and active in and around the city of Surrey BC, including both indoor and outdoor options for all seasons. These are just a few of the recreational facilities in the area: there are lots more where these come from!
The city of Surrey has over 6,000 acres of parkland, and is close to great regional and provincial parks.
From museums and heritage sites to art galleries and live theatre, Surrey's culture scene is as diverse as its residents.
The city of Surrey is well known throughout the region for having fantastic local festivals, including the country's second largest rodeo, and the largest Canada Day festival in Western Canada.