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The FVRD compiles statistics illustrating the growth and development of the region.  In addition, publications are prepared in partnership with the region's municipalities or other partners.  The end result is a comprehensive summary of where the FVRD has been, is at and most likely headed towards.

The Regional Snapshot Series for the Fraser Valley Regional District has been created to provide a picture of the forces which are shaping growth and change in the region today. The intent is to familiarize the public and policy makers both locally and further afield on some of the growth management issues affecting the FVRD and its member municipalities. This includes raising awareness about the region in general, especially with regard to the many successful sustainability and planning initiatives currently being undertaken at the municipal and regional levels.

New documents in the series will be added as they become available.


Commuting and
Places of Work

Housing Demand
and Affordability

Occupations and
the Labour Force

Health and
Active Living

Agricultural
Economy

Outdoor Recreation &
Tourism

 
Aging in the Fraser Valley

 

Quick Stats

Land Area:

13,361.74 square km

Population 2011:

FVRD
Abbotsford
Chilliwack
Mission
Indian Reserves
Hope
Kent
Electoral Area E
Electoral Area G
Harrison Hot Springs
Electoral Area D
Electoral Area F
Electoral Area C
Electoral Area B
Electoral Area A

277,593
133,497
77,936
36,426
6,726
5,969
5,664
3,358
1,764
1,468
1,346
1,303
973
721
442


Population Density:

21 people per square km

Private Dwellings:

110,940 total dwellings, of which
101,775 occupied by usual residents

Sources: Statistics Canada - 2011 Census