City’s plans for Cloverdale mall, crime, and banners on BIA AGM agenda

Member property and business owners are invited to the July 11 annual general meeting of the Cloverdale BIA.

'Destination Cloverdale' is home to the joint offices of the Cloverdale Business Improvement Association and Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce.

The City of Surrey’s plans for redeveloping the old Cloverdale Mall site, reducing crime, and gateway signage top the agenda at next Thursday’s Cloverdale BIA annual general meeting.

Member property and business owners are also invited to attend the July 11 meeting for a review of the Cloverdale Business Improvement Association’s finances, highlights of programs and activities of the past year – and plans for 2013/14.

A representative from the City of Surrey will be at the meeting to update BIA members on the mall redevelopment, a Surrey City Development Corp.-led revitalization project called Cloverdale West Village, along with other long-awaited initiatives such as gateway signage for the historic town centre.

There will also be a board election.

The meeting runs from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Cloverdale Legion auditorium, at 17567 57 Avenue.

For more information, call 604-576-3155 or visit

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