Cloverdale Community Association
Cloverdale Community Association

October 16, 2012


1. Neighbourhood Enhancement Fund Application Form was submitted to the City of Surrey.  Requests included the expansion/installation of sidewalks, additional benches in Downtown Cloverdale and a Gateway sign for every point of entry into Cloverdale welcoming visitors.


November 28, 2012


A proposal was submitted to the Mayor and Council requesting that the By-law 12000 be amended to allow RF-12 lots to be widened to add a 4-6 feet wide parking pad (either concrete or gravel) so a tenant can park in his/her own designated spot and leave the on-street parking for guests/visitors.  This will also extend the length of the driveway which would provide more off-street parking for the landlord’s guests.  The RF-9C houses in Clayton Heights have a similar type of setup where there is a gravel parking pad beside the coach/garage and we believe the RF-12 and RF-9 lots should have this requirement/setup as well.


December 3, 2012


Vice President Mike Bola appeared before the parks committee requesting on behalf of the residents of Cloverdale that a 3 rink skating arena and 50 metre FINA pool be included in their 2013-2017 Financial Plan.


March 19, 2013


Vice President Mike Bola and Treasurer, Jim Labelle attended a stakeholders meeting with the Province of BC regarding the future of Massey Tunnel.


April 24, 2013


President Ken Krasnikoff appeared before the parks committee requesting that Mound Park in Cloverdale be developed for park use so residents of Cloverdale and other Surrey communities can enjoy this unused land.  Some are already calling it Cloverdale's future Stanley Park.


July 11, 2013


President Ken Krasnikoff and Vice President Mike Bola appeared in the Cloverdale Reporter and The Surrey Leader.  Click on this link to view the article:


October 16, 2013


We will be holding our Annual General Meeting on this date.  Elections will be held for our executive positions in addition to our regular agenda topic discussions.


October 28, 2013


Vice President Mike Bola will be appearing before the Transportation Committee requesting that the City of Surrey improve the traffic flow on 64th Avenue headed east and west between 177B Street and 196 Street by doubling the lanes with the possibility of reducing the incline/decline around 180 Street.

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