128 hanging baskets were organized by the Cloverdale BIA for the beautification of our city.
2024 Annual General Meeting
About Cloverdale BIA
Started in 1995, The Cloverdale Business Improvement Association works to support the local community by helping local businesses and building a sense of community. The BIA is responsible for holding community events that has now embedded itself into the town’s tradition. We also work with other organizations to ensure that our town centre remains appealing to everyone. Lastly, the BIA works to create and help other other organizations increase crime prevention and public safety initiatives.
The Cloverdale BIA is relaunching our Heads UP email program to share helpful information to make the Cloverdale Town Centre safer. The Cloverdale BIA is working in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce serving Clayton, Cloverdale and Campbell Heights, the Clayton business community and the local RCMP office out of Cloverdale.
n. InformalInformation or notification, especially in advance: gave me the heads-up on the new security measures.
At the beginning of 2013, the Cloverdale Business Improvement Association and the District 4 RCMP Community Police Station started working on an information network using emails that assists with policing and giving business owners/managers a “Heads-up” when criminal or suspicious activity occurs in the Cloverdale area.
The emails advise other merchants in the area about suspicious activity that is occurring such as credit card frauds, vandalism, B&E’s, nuisance behavior, shop lifting and more. If you happen to see a crime in progress or some suspicious behaviour or have some camera footage or photographs of people of interest, please send the information to the BIA at email@example.com and we will pass the information on to the police and the business community at large. Any information given can be done anonymously and will also be forwarded to the District 4 Community Police Station. People can also contact the Cloverdale Business Improvement Association at 604-576-3155.
PLEASE NOTE: IN THE EVENT OF A CRIME YOU MUST CALL 911
IF IT IS LESS SERIOUS THEN YOU SHOULD CALL THE RCMP NON-EMERGENCY LINE 604-502-6266.