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- 2434 264 Street
- Aldergrove Langley
Nestled in the Township of Langley (not to be confused with the city of Langley, which is a separate municipality), the Aldergrove community is a primarily urban area and considers itself to be a town even though it’s not currently incorporated as such. The small neighbourhood sits at the southeastern corner of the Township of Langley as well as the Greater Vancouver metro area.
Aldergrove has an estimated population of 12,778 residents (2011), an increase of 3.4% from the 2006 population of 12,363. Median household income for residents of Langley Township is between $40,000 and $79,999 (2015). The average age of Langley Township residents is 40-64 (49%).
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The Aldergrove community has a fairly mild climate, with summertime temperatures averaging around 16.5°C while winter lows hovered around 3.1°C. Precipitation totals are approximately 1,700 mm annually.
Because of its remote location and proximity to prime agriculture and farmland, one of the main employment industries in Aldergrove is farming, including crops like berries, vegetables, and mushrooms as well as dairy and poultry farms. A few of the farms and ranches in Aldergrove include Oranya Farms, Emerald Springs Farm, J&A Poultry Farm, and several others. The neighbouring town of Abbotsford is also home to dozens of farms and ranches, and there are several wineries located in nearby Fort Langley, South Langley, and Glen Valley.
The other main employment industries in Aldergrove include retail services, education, construction, equine industry, and farming/agriculture. A few of the top employers in Aldergrove (and surrounding areas, since “over four in five people reported driving as main mode of commuting” outside of the community) include Fraser Valley Refrigeration, Big City Telephone, and Ace Fencing Ltd.
The Aldergrove community is served by School District 35 Langley, with one high school, one secondary school, a middle school, and four elementary schools for students to enroll. These schools include: Aldergrove Community Secondary School, Betty Gilbert Middle School, Coghlan Elementary, North Otter Elementary, Parkside Centennial Elementary, and Shortreed Elementary School. A few students actually attend D.W. Poppy Secondary School outside of the community, located within Langley Township.
The No. 503 Aldergrove/Surrey Central Station bus route currently connects residents of the community to Fraser Highway, Langley Centre, 272nd Street, and neighbouring Abbotsford (via the No. 21 Valley Max bus service).
As of 2013, the Aldergrove Trolley Company now operates a trolley bus service that runs throughout the Aldergrove neighbourhood.
Aldergrove is close to excellent shopping options in nearby towns like Mission, Surrey, and Abbotsford, including: Clearbrook Town Square, West Oaks Mall, Abbotsford Village Shopping Centre, Seven Oaks Shopping Centre, Le Natural Mall, Shops at Mission Hills, ValleyFair Mall, and Guildford Town Centre.
The Aldergrove Village Shopping Centre is located in the community, situated on Fraser Highway and features stores like Save-On-Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart, as well as several other small retailers.
Residents and visitors to the Aldergrove community have several excellent dining options located right in the neighbourhood, including Seasonal 56 Restaurant, Bob’s Bar & Grill, Tomo Sushi, Milsean, White Spot Bar, Pho Tran Vietnamese Restaurant, Fox & Hounds, Benkey Sushi, New Punjab Sweets & Restaurant, Old Style Seafood House, Del Pollo, TJ’s Restaurant, and Aldergrove Café.
There are also a few fast food options in Aldergrove, such as Subway, Dairy Queen, McDonald’s, and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
This small community is home to several great attractions, including the Aldergrove Regional Park (where residents and visitors can enjoy hiking, nature walks, a dog park area, picnicking, and more), and the Greater Vancouver Zoo that features over four kilometres of pathways meandering on 120 acres plus a variety of animal exhibits. Also located in Aldergrove is Twilight Drive-In Theatre, a fun activity for couples and families.
The Aldergrove Heritage Society & Telephone Museum is housed in a tiny, historical building on 271 Street and features the history of the telephone in British Columbia, including a large collection of antique telephones and photographs covering the walls.
Boasting delicious, upscale restaurants, shopping options nearby, excellent schools, lots of green space, and affordable housing, Aldergrove is an ideal choice for families or individuals, retirees, and farmers looking to enjoy the outdoors yet still are close to big-city amenities..
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Listing information last updated on April 27th, 2017 at 1:17pm PDT.
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