Delta, British Columbia. The City of Delta, BC, Canada


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Delta
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Delta, BC
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Delta, British Columbia

Delta … come celebrate the past … the present … and our future!

One of the sunniest and driest spots in the British Columbia Lower Mainland, Delta is home to approximately 100,000 people living in Ladner, Tsawwassen and North Delta. These three BC communities are as rich and alive as the name 'Delta' implies: rich in soil and water -- rich in history and industry -- and especially rich in people. The name 'Delta' itself is derived from the fact that the community is located at the delta of the Fraser River.

Located in the southwest corner of the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, the community of Delta is bordered on the north by the Fraser River, on the south by Boundary Bay and on the east by the City of Surrey.

Delta walking trail
Photo courtesy of Delta Millennium Committee

The entire area is a naturalists delight with many parks, and a bird sanctuary. Outdoor enthusiasts can also frolic at Centennial beach, walk or bike along the dyke system where you can gaze at the majestic mountains to the north, or look out into an ocean bay. For those who like a more organized surrounding, they can visit a waterslide park or one of the local golf courses. This "sunshine capital" draws local residents, as well as those from around the world, to explore and take advantage of the delights this area has to offer.

The communities are justly proud of the amenities which are vital to the quality of life in each, different as they are from each other. Above all, people still may find a well-preserved sense of rural living in Delta. Ladner takes pride in its early heritage of farming and fishing. Many of the buildings in the area reflect this early era. A stroll through Ladner can take you back in years to a slower, quieter time. North Delta is the largest residential area in the municipality. Sunshine Hills is a prestigious development with its own tennis courts, playground, and other public leisure facilities nearby. Single-family dwellings predominate in prestigious Tsawwassen, along with low-rise townhouses and apartments, and beautiful waterfront homes.

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City Information

Accommodations: There are a number of hotels and motels to accommodate the traveler as well as quaint waterfront cottages, B&B's, and an RV park/campsite.

Population: 93,000

Elevation: 3 m. (10 ft.).

Climate: Moderate.

Access: Delta, British Columbia, is only 22 km (14 mi.) southwest of Vancouver. BC Ferries run frequent daily service from Tsawwassen terminal in South Delta to Swartz Bay and Nanaimo (Vancouver Island), the Gulf Islands and Prince Rupert. The area is accessible to rail, water and major highways in all directions. An airport for small planes exists near Boundary Bay in South Delta. The community is crossed by both Highways #99 and #91, which provides easy access to both the Vancouver International Airport and the U.S. Boundary Bay Airport, in Delta, provides air service on a more local scale.
Delta, BC
Photo courtesy of Delta Millennium Committee

Recreation Facilities & Activities: Sungod Recreation Centre, skating and curling rinks, golf courses, tennis courts, playgrounds, and Natural Parks conveniently located throughout Delta offer a wide range of activities for all ages. The Delta Park system offers a wide variety of open space for the enjoyment of all. There are also miles of dykes available for walking and biking.

Employment: Industry, Agriculture, Fishing, and Commerce. Industry is the fastest growing sector of the community with new growth focused on Annacis Island and along River Road.

Local Attractions: Delta Millennium Trail, Diefenbaker Park; George C. Reifel Island Bird Sanctuary; Deas Island Regional Park; Boundary Bay Regional Park, Delta Historic Museum and Archives, Delta Nature Reserve, Burns Bog Nature Reserve, Roberts Banks Superport tours.

Community Events
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February: Heritage Week celebrations
July: Canada Day celebrations, Concerts in the Park series, Tour de Delta International Bicycling Races
August: Concerts in the Park series, Sun Festival
October: Pumpkin Festival (Old Ladner downtown core)
December: Ladner Carol Ships Sailpast

 
Photo courtesy of Delta Millennium Committee

For Information:
Tourism Delta
4821 Delta Street, Delta, BC, V4K 2T7
Phone: (604) 948-2098 Fax: (604) 943-0093

Delta Travel InfoCentre
6201-60th Ave., Delta, BC, V4K 4E2
Telephone: (604) 946-4232 Fax: (604) 946-5285

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