Delta has a lot to offer in terms of views, landscapes and types of areas to live. From the family oriented neighbourhoods of North Delta, to the farm life in South Delta, to the charming small-town feel of Ladner, there’s no shortage of options for everyone. Delta has several beautiful natural habitats to spend time in, including Deas Slough, Burns Bog and Centennial Beach.
Things To Do
Delta is rich with activities, services, commerce and entertainment. It’s home to several golf courses, the newly added Tsawwassen Mills mall, the revamping of Splash Down park, and the build up of the Tsawwassen Springs development. Once simply just an access road to the Ferry, the stretches along highway 99 are now full of shops, department stores and restaurants.
With the recent approval of a new 10 lane bridge connecting Richmond to Delta, replacing the overused Massey tunnel will be a welcomed edition to outlying communities in Tsawwassen and Ladner. New townhomes, houses and condo developments are beginning to pop up all over town.
Sense of Community
Although large in a geographical sense, the communities within Delta are very tight knit. Although several amenities are available and you are 20 minutes from Vancouver or Surrey, the smaller districts within Delta have a nice small town feel. It’s hard to come by in this day and age!
North Delta, Ladner and Tsawwassen are wonderful communities to live in if you’re an outdoor enthusiast. From the watershed trails and Burns Bog network in North Delta, to the dykes and slough of Ladner and the ocean front and centre in Tsawwassen. From biking to rowing to sailing, there’s no shortage of activity to be had in Delta!