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Facts about Cloverdale
The official website for the city of Cloverdale is http://www.cloverdale.bc.ca/.
Cloverdale is represented by Mayor Linda Hepner.
Cloverdale is an historic town and designated town centre of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, located near Langley, which is east of Vancouver. The town was founded initially as a small farm community in 1870 for its fertile land and temperate climate, and has since become enveloped by suburban sprawl from Surrey, making it a small town in the suburbs. Cloverdale is known by some as the historic centre of Surrey, B.C., and is home to many heritage sites. One of its oldest buildings, Christ Church, was built in 1882 and still stands today. Cloverdale is also the home to the City of Surrey's official Museum.