Aldergrove is a small town
within the jurisdiction of the The Township of Langley, a municipality within Metro Vancouver. Located at the southeastern edge of both
Langley and Greater Vancouver, and nearby to the metropolitan area
British Columbia just east, Aldergrove has a population of
is 59 kilometres east of Vancouver. The community is part of The Township of Langley which borders Surrey to the west and Abbotsford to the east, the Fraser
River to the north, and reaches south to the border between
Columbia and Washington.
is home to one of the Lower Mainland's five border crossings, connecting Aldergrove and
Aldergrove is served by the #502
Aldergrove/Surrey Central Station
bus route. The #502 operates
half-hourly trips between Langley
and Fraser Hwy and 272nd St.Aldergrove is also served by
the #21 Valley Max bus service that connects Aldergrove to
Canadian Forces' (Navy) primary communication station for the
Pacific fleet is located at Naval Radio Site Aldergrove.
As part of School District 35
, Aldergove has one high school, Aldergrove Community
, and five elementary schools:
used to be an active school until 2007, when protests
since 2005 failed to prevent closure due to running under capacity
with 189 pupils in 2006.
Additionally, some high school students in the Aldergrove area
attend D.W. Poppy Secondary School
, which is
outside of the generally-recognized area of Aldergrove but still
within the Langley Township.
Vancouver Zoo is located in Aldergrove.
Aldergrove is Home to PIJHL Junior 'B' Franchise Aldergrove