Cloverdale is a town centre in the city of Surrey, British Columbia, a southeastern suburb of Greater Vancouver, located just west of the City of Langley. The town centre was initially founded as a small farm community in 1870 for its fertile land and temperate climate. Cloverdale eventually amalgamated into Surrey as one of its six town centres.

The town is known as a historic centre of Surrey, and is home to many heritage sites and the city of Surrey’s official museum. Christ Church, one of its oldest buildings was built in 1882 and still stands today.

Cloverdale was the City of Surrey’s first town centre, officially established in 1879 near Five Corners, the historic intersection of 60 Avenue and Old McClellan Road.

Adding railways was significant in developing the area. Linking Bellingham, Washington to New Westminster was the subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway forged in the valley in 1891 and created a station named Cloverdale.

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