Its country charm, rich history, and local events make Cloverdale a great place to live and work. Throughout the year, there is plenty to do, including food-filled block parties, the annual Bed Races, the Chili Cook-off, and the world-famous Rodeo and Santa Parade. The Sunday Flea Market attracts families from around the region, and you can walk through the quaint town to find unique antiques and one-of-a-kind stores. A group of passionate volunteers sit behind the scenes preserving the special nature of Cloverdale, which is home to over 260 businesses. From May to September, Market Days brings artists, artisans, and entertainers together. The festival offers farm fresh produce, a variety of food trucks, fresh bread, and locally grown vegetables. Cloverdale has everything you need and even some things you didn’t know you did.
There are about 76,000 people living in Cloverdale, which is a growing community in Surrey. The western border runs along 160th Street and connects with 48th Avenue on the southern side. Langley lies to the east, and Guildford and Fleetwood lie to the north, separated by 84th Avenue and 76th Avenue.