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Local Community Profile: Pitt Meadows


Pitt Meadows is located in the southwest part of British Columbia, and occupies 85.38 square kilometers of land. Surrounded by the Golden Ears Mountains and the Fraser River, this city is the perfect place for a nature lover. Its population count has reached over 18,200 in recent years, making it a great place to be for a number of reasons, including (but not limited to) the business opportunities it offers as a developing municipality.

Community Resources and Recreation

If you are looking for a chance to sit back and enjoy a good book, then be sure to check out the Fraser Valley Regional Library, as it offers you free books, and much more. You can find it on 200-12099 Harris Road, and you can benefit from its services at almost any time, as it is open even on Sundays for the duration of the school year. If you would like to learn more about the community through artistic and original displays, then the museum is the place to be. During the months of July and August, the Pitt Meadow Museum holds Heritage Thursdays, where children between six and ten are taught the art of crafting. It is a great place where children can let their imaginations loose during the long months of summer. For those who can't get enough of nature and the beautiful outdoors, Pitt Meadows offers a tremendous number of parks where you can spend your free time. Whether you would like to go for a picnic, play sports (such as soccer, tennis, or basketball), or simply go for a walk, you can be sure that there's a place for that.

Local Access and Public Transportation

If you're a frequent traveler, often finding yourself on the road, then the Lougheed Highway that runs through the South part of Pitt Meadows, will prove to be of great use to you. Roads that run from the north to the south of the city include Harris and Neaves road. The Golden Ears Bridge offers connections to other municipalities, such as Surrey and Maple Ridge. If, on the other hand, you prefer to take the bus, there are a number of transportation services offered by TransLink, both within the community and connecting to other communities.

Education: Elementary and Secondary Schools

For the little ones, Pitt Meadows School District offers 25 elementary schools, and for the teenagers, there are five available high schools to choose from. Albion Elementary is one of the schools your child could become a part of, and it is a place where teamwork, both in respect to learning and playing, is highly treasured. One of the five high schools in the city is Garibaldi Secondary School, which offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) program to its students.

Income Demographics and Local Tax Rates

From 2001 to 2006, Pitt Meadows has experienced a 6.5% increase in its total population, which is a little higher than the 5.3% encountered in the rest of British Columbia. In terms of the median annual earnings of the city, in 2005 it was $32,830, compared to $25,722 in the rest of the province. 12% of individuals qualified as low-income, which is lower than the provincial percentage of 17.3%. Charges for taxes in Pitt Meadows have increased since 2011. For water, the total charge was $408 in 2012, while the sewer charge was $300. The municipal property taxes were as high as $1,350. When the charges of strategic capital, drainage mill and flat rates, and solid waste charges are added to the cost, the total property taxes reach $3,384.

Annual Events and Festivals

Community-wide events in the city include Pitt Meadows Day, Canada Day, Remembrance Day, and A Pitt Meadows Christmas. Pitt Meadows Day has been running for more than 70 years, having started during the Great Depression. Specific events in this festival include parades, concerts, and barbeques. On Canada Day, there are a variety of activities available for the whole family, and Remembrance Day is celebrated through a ceremony, which includes speeches, a procession, and two minutes of silence in the name of the heroes who have passed away. Finally, A Pitt Meadows Christmas takes place on the first Friday of December each year. On that day, the entire family can take part in activities such as crafts and listening to music. Pitt Meadows is the perfect place for those who love spending their time outdoors, as it offers a great supply of natural sceneries. Great for enjoying peaceful moments with the family (or on your own), this city is like a getaway at home. However, it is also a community that is constantly developing. This makes it the perfect place for businesses.

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