Nestled under the mountains, on the Burrard Inlet, North Vancouver is a scenic cluster of villages and neighbourhoods that offer a truly unique lifestyle. North Vancouver is only a 20 minute drive to downtown Vancouver and is an excellent location for the outdoor enthusiast with a diverse range of parks and trails throughout. Whether a waterfront home in Deep Cove, an apartment near Lonsdale Quay, or a family home at the base of Grouse Mountain, Jay Fraser can help you with all your real estate buying and selling needs.
The City of North Vancouver
The City of North Vancouver's vision is to be a vibrant, diverse and highly liveable community that strives to balance the social, economic and environmental needs of our community.
Born and shaped by our rich history, diverse culture and natural environment, we are a community with a long-term vision for the future and brimming potential. Our residents and businesses make us unique and we take pride in being a welcoming host, inspiring example and inviting home to people of all ages, backgrounds and interests.
The District of North Vancouver
Our goal is to be recognized among the most sustainable communities in the world as demonstrated through our environmental stewardship, strong network of neighbourhoods, a vibrant economy and community-driven growth and change.
North Vancouver School District 44
The District of West Vancouver
In the shadow of the North Shore mountains, on the ocean, West Vancouver is a scenic cluster of villages and neighbourhoods that offer a truly unique lifestyle. West Vancouver is only a 15 minute drive to downtown Vancouver and is also a gateway to Vancouver Island, Gulf Islands and the Sunshine Coast. Whether a nice little hideaway on Bowen Island, a condo in Dundarave, or a luxury executive home in the British Properties, Macdonald Realty can help you with all your real estate buying and selling needs.
West Vancouver will inspire excellence and lead by example. Collaborative government and a spirit of personal civic commitment will power the innovations that shape our shared future. The strength of this relationship will secure our treasured quality of life and will be the measure of our success as a community.
We champion the opportunities that demonstrate our deep commitment to:
- Foster a sense of shared and individual responsibility for community well being, social unity, inclusion and respect for our full heritage.
- Protect, restore, and defend our natural environment; legislate efforts to effect positive change.
- Encourage diversity in housing, land use and innovative infrastructure within our distinct neighbourhoods to meet changing needs.
- Enrich community vitality, health and understanding through integrating arts, learning, inter-cultural experiences and physical activity into our daily lives.
- Maximize the potential of our economic base and services, balancing the effective, long-term use of resources for current and future generations.
West Vancouver School District 45
Situated on the shores of the mighty Fraser River and nestled against the Coastal Mountains, Maple Ridge is a mecca of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast. Located 45 kilometers east of Vancouver, it is a progressive community well-known for its beautiful countryside and spectacular scenery. It is a community of urban sophistication that retains a sense of rural charm.
Pitt Meadows is located in the Lower Fraser Valley, east of Vancouver. It is a primarily agricultural area, situated on the north side of the Fraser River at its junction with the Pitt River. The City is also bisected by the two arms of the Alouette River, along with a number of other sloughs and waterways.
Pitt Lake, on the City's northern boundary, is the largest tidal lake in North America. Along the community's northeast edge lies the Thompson Mountain Range.
Pitt Meadows is considered the "Gateway" to the Fraser Valley and is forty minutes by West Coast Express passenger train service and one hour by car from Vancouver's downtown area and Stanley Park.
Coquitlam is a diverse and cosmopolitan Metro Vancouver community that provides residents with excellent access to business, employment and lifestyle opportunities.
Coquitlam is a mountainside community with unparalleled links to outdoor recreation on our many parks and trails and on Eagle and Burke Mountains. Coquitlam's City Centre, which includes civic amenities such as the Evergreen Cultural Centre and the Coquitlam City Aquatic Centre, is flanked by streams and rivers and is adjacent to the 103 acre Town Centre Park.
Burnaby is a maturing, increasingly integrated community, that is centrally located within a rapidly growing metropolitan area. Burnaby's characteristic has shifted from rural to suburban to largely urban. The City features high density residential areas, major commercial town centres, rapid transit, high technology research and business parks, comprehensive industrial estates and major post-secondary institutions.
School District 42 - Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows