Located west of the City of Langley at the junction of Highway 10 and 15, Cloverdale is one of the fastest growing communities in British Columbia. You’ll find everything you need in this small town, from community festivals and the famous rodeo to shopping and great schools.

A bit of History …

Over 125 years ago, Cloverdale was just a small farm town known for its fertile land and moderate climate. Cloverdale was first settled by the Shannon brothers, who named the town “Clover Valley” after the wild clover that grew everywhere at that time. The town began to boom into what we know of Cloverdale today when the New Westminster-Southern Railway, linking Bellingham to New Westminster, ran through the valley in 1891. This made Cloverdale into a major transportation center.

Cloverdale Today …

Today, the town has become enveloped by suburban sprawl from Surrey and is famous for the annual rodeo, second largest in Canada next to Calgary Stampede. It is a unique community in that Cloverdale has a genuine quaint “main street” where people still gather to shop and enjoy a cup of coffee in busy cafes. This small town’s seductive charm didn’t go unnoticed one bit. Cloverdale became a backdrop for the popular T.V. series, Smallville – a definite tourist spot for those who love the show.

Real Estate in Cloverdale

Cloverdale real estate is steadily rising as it remains a desirable choice for many new homeowners. Real estate market is active, especially condos and townhouses. The benchmark price for a single family house has appreciated by 24.6% to $860,400 from the previous year of $690,600. You can buy a townhouse for an average of $465,000 and a condo for $312,000, both had appreciated by just over 25% since last year.

Attractions

Cloverdale is a quiet, family-oriented community.  Every year, Cloverdale hosts the popular Cloverdale Rodeo and the Cloverdale Blueberry Festival. You can learn more about the town’s rich history at the Surrey Museum and the Surrey Archives. Other highlights include Fraser Downs Racetrack & Casino and Northview Golf & Country Club.

 

Education

Elementary School Phone Address
A. J. McLellan 604-574-7296 16545-61 Avenue
Adams Road 604-576-6411 18228-68 Avenue
Clayton 604-576-6411 7541 – 184 Street
Cloverdale Traditional 604-576-8295 17857 – 56 Avenue
Don Christian 604-576-1381 6256 – 184 Street
East Clayton 604-576-2414 18680 – 72 Avenue
George Greenaway 604-576-1136 17285 – 61A Avenue
Latimer Road 604-576-9184 19233 – 60 Avenue
Martha Currie 604-576-8551 5811 – 184 Street
Sunrise Ridge 604-576-3000 18690 – 60 Avenue
Surrey Centre 604-576-9191 16670 Old McLellan Road
William Watson 604-574-4141 16450 – 80 Avenue

Secondary Schools

Secondary School Phone Address
Clayton Heights 604-576-4138 7003 – 188 Street
Lord Tweedsmuir 604-574-7407 6151 – 180 Street

Post Secondary School

Post Secondary School Phone Address
Kwantlen University 604-598-6000 5500 – 180 Street

Work and Learn

Name of the center Phone Address
Cloverdale Learning Centre 604-574-3615 5741 – 176 Street

Private and Denominational

Private and Denominational School Phone Address
Clayton 604-576-6411 7541 – 184 Street
Cloverdale Traditional 604-576-8295 17857 – 56 Avenue
Don Christian 604-576-1381 6256 – 184 Street
East Clayton 604-576-2414 18680 – 72 Avenue
George Greenaway 604-576-1136 17285 – 61A Avenue
Latimer Road 604-576-9184 19233 – 60 Avenue
Martha Currie 604-576-8551 5811 – 184 Street
Sunrise Ridge 604-576-3000 18690 – 60 Avenue
Surrey Centre 604-576-9191 16670 Old McLellan Road
William Watson 604-574-4141 16450 – 80 Avenue