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The Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business and professional people who join together to promote the well being of the Cloverdale district.

We encourage new business, while continuing to promote current business and town development and good community planning.

The Chamber provides ongoing liason with the City of Surrey and participates on a number of committees.

The Chamber continues to:

  1. promote, support and strengthen chamber network and the free enterprise system and democratic princlples;
  2. develop programs, in conjunction with members, aimed at creating a high level of economic awareness and maintaining an entrepreneurial spirit at all community, educational and political levels;
  3. monitor legislation at all levels of government, prepare timely response to legislative proposals, and recommend improvements to existing legislation; and
  4. take an active leadership role on behalf of its members and the business community by initiating, coordinating and developing programs and policies to be presented to appropriate levels of government.

Heart of the Fraser Valley

The Cloverdale & District Chamber of Commerce (formerly the Cloverdale Board Of Trade) is still active since it's inception 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.

We are fortunate to be in the heart of the Fraser Valley. Cloverdale is the central hub to most destinations. Those of us who live here we can drive to Bellingham, Hope, Tsawwassen, Vancouver or Horseshoe Bay in about an hour. If you want the beach we have three choices near by: White Rock, Crescent Beach, or Centennial Beach. A drive to Langley, Fort Langley, White Rock, even Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, or New Westminster can take less than half an hour.

Our community has something for everyone: many interesting antique shops, major grocery stores, a variety of restaurants, a good commercial core, and speciality shops. For the sports fans we have several golf courses and host the Greater Vancouver Open; our rodeo is the second largest in Canada. We also have the Fraser Downs harness racing track and many other recreational facilities, including the curling rink, ice rink, baseball diamonds, Youth Centre and Seniors Center.

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 acreages in Clayton Hills, the Hazelmere Valley and Port Kells.

Connecting main arteries are the Number 10 Highway and 64th Avenue going East/West and 168th, 176th and 192nd streets going North/South.

For further information call 604-574-9802. Volunteers are usually on duty in our office from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.