The Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce (formerly the Cloverdale Board Of Trade) began in 1927. It was disbanded during the depression but reorganised in the 1940's and became incorporated in 1949. Local business and professional men and women diligently donate time and expertise to promote and enhance the development of Cloverdale and make it a place to do business & commerce.
Cloverdale has a current population of almost 70,000. The area has expanded rapidly over the last ten years, with affordable housing creating new and impressive subdivisions. It has however maintained its small town atmosphere.
Cloverdale was settled as an agricultural community in the mid 1800s but grew quickly because of its unique location.
We are fortunate to be THE HEART OF THE FRASER VALLEY. Cloverdale is the central hub to most destinations.
Culturally Cloverdale is rich with history. We are home to the Surrey Museum and Surrey Archives. Our “small town” feel has also made it attractive to many filming projects over the years, including Smallville.
Our community has something for everyone: many interesting boutique shops, major grocery stores, variety of restaurants, a good commercial core, and speciality businesses.
We have many festivals and events that make Cloverdale a special place. Our annual Rodeo is the second largest in Canada, our July 1st Celebration is the largest in Western Canada and we host the Santa Parade of Lights each year. The Fraser Downs Harness Racing and Casino is a highlight of the area as well.
Recreation wise, Northview Golf Course is host of the PGA tour and we have a fantastic Recreation Centre, Curling Rink, Arena, Athletic Park, Youth and Seniors Centres.
Cloverdale is one of the fastest growing residential communities, especially in the East Clayton and West Cloverdale area. The choices of residential properties can meet most needs: from condominiums, town houses and suites, to homes in new subdivisions or older more established areas; many with a view of Mount Baker or the farm lands. If you are into the rural life style, there are still acreages in Clayton Hills, Hazelmere Valley and Port Kells.