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Abbotsford is an ever evolving city. It was once known as a trading post because it was close by the river. Now industrial, city life and agriculture mix to give this city a renewed vibe.
Learn about the Abbotsford Neighbourhoods
Clearbrook is on the west side of Abbotsford and it's population include the mennonite community and a good mix of multi nationlism residents. Clearbrook is a mix of industrial businesses and residential homes.
Beautiful and scenic Mill Lake is right in the middle of Abbotsford. The lake is perfect for short walks on the trails and it has a terrific playground for toddlers. A great spot to take your family or guests for an enjoyable outing. Fishing, jogging, and walk the floating dock are all popular activities that take place in the Mill Lake neighbourhood.
The McMillan neighbourhood is close to the Abbotsford Recreation Center that boosts a large variety of sporting activities to keep you running, jumping, swimming, skating.
- Olympic size ice rink
Leisure skating pond
25-Metre swimming pool
Hot tub, sauna, and tots pool
10,000 sq.ft. weight room
A modern residential neighbourhood located in east Abbotsford. Scenic views overlook the picturesque mountains surrounding the Fraser Valley. Centrally located with easy access to the Hwy #1, shops, the US border and recreational services.Abbotsford is a safe and vibrant community to raise a family in or start a business.
The growing youth population has the opportunity now to attend a local university and avoid the costs of leaving home to gain an education. Enjoy a sunset view from your Eagle Mountain home.
Matsqui merged with Abbotsford to be apart of the new Abbotsford district. Matsqui is part of the the First nations language meaning “stretch of higher ground”. Matsqui is referred to as the small historic village located on Matsqui Prairie, also known as Matsqui Village. First Nations residents live on their land on the west side of Matsqui.
Clayburn Village is located at the foot of Sumas Mountain in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Clayburn was designated for conservation as a Heritage Site in 1996.
Clayburn offers intimate and scenic heritage buildings that are favourable for weddings and special gatherings.
Sumas Mountain offers scenic and intermediate levels of hiking and biking on the local trails. The Sumas neighbourhood borders onto the US border which offers quick cross border shopping for gas, dairy, poultry, and more.
Where rural meets urban life. The West Abbotsford neighbourhood offers something for everyone whether that is rural living or a larger newer luxury home. West Abbotsford is close to all the amenities for added convenience.
The small rural community of Mt. Lehman is nestled between the Matsqui flat plains and Glen Valley agriculture farming community. Agricultural acreage farms and estate homes are scattered among the fields. Amenitites are a short drive into Abbotsford. Mt Lehman still remains the quaint quiet rural living that early settlers first lived on when they settled in Abbotsford.
On the west side of Abbotsford verging on Aldergrove and the Langley border, Aberdeen is a quiet rural neighbourhood with agricultural farms bursting with blueberries in the summer.
This quiet neighbourhood offers amenities that are close by and the closest popular attraction would be the Greater Vancouver Zoo along the edge of the Langley border.
Central Abbotsford is an older neighbourhood with older homes that are ready for some creative trendy home renovations to rejuvenate these old homes back into vibrant homes again. Central Abbotsford offers a walking score of 76 /100. Park your car, breath in the fresh mountain rural air and get some exercise as you walk to the shops, restaurants and stroll by the lake. Central Abbotsford is close to the university for students and has a fresh feel from the young population that now lives and learns in this university neighbourhood.