Settled in the mid to late 1800s, Cloverdale grew from a largely rural and agricultural community into a bustling hub of commercial activity due in large part to its strategic location and connections to the railway.
Today, Cloverdale, which is home to the Surrey Museum and the Surrey Archives, unique heritage buildings, and a quaint "Main Street," retains much of its historic ambiance. Cloverdale is also home to the BC Vintage Truck Museum, where they are dedicated to preserving the early history of trucking in British Columbia. Cloverdale’s small town charm has made it a sought after location for filming, providing the backdrop for a variety of movies and TV shows, including the popular series Smallville.
Cloverdale provides a focus for the celebration of Surrey’s agricultural heritage as well. Each year, the Cloverdale Fairgrounds plays host to the . The Annual Cloverdale Blueberry Festival is celebrated throughout Cloverdale Town Centre.
In addition to Cloverdale’s historic neighbourhoods, the community is experiencing residential growth in neighbourhoods such as East Clayton and West Cloverdale providing a variety of housing types. Leisure attractions in the area include the in the Cloverdale Fairgrounds and .
Drop in or explore Cloverdale's recreation, including 2 recreation centres, an arena and over 30 parks.
See the approved secondary land use plans in the Cloverdale town centre of Surrey.
Share your ideas and give input into the development of a new community hub in Clayton.
Uncover the history of heritage sites in Cloverdale.
Find trails, sports fields, playgrounds and other amenities in the parks around Cloverdale.