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Welcome to Enderby, a friendly community with fresh air, crystal clear water and beautiful  surroundings.
 
 
 

Located on the banks of the lovely Shuswap River, with the Enderby Cliffs soaring overhead, the little City of Enderby is one of nature's playgrounds. With a downtown ambience  reminiscent of earlier days, it offers a wide array of shopping and dining experiences enveloped in a spirit of heritage. Specialty shops, the Enderby and District Museum, and cafes tempt a visitor to linger, and everything is within easy reach.
With several farm and market gardens in the area, fresh fruit and produce are always available.  Enjoy the Open Air Market on Cliff Avenue every Friday (May thru September).

 
 
The Shuswap River runs through town, along which one can take a stroll on a quiet path, perhaps catching sight of some wildlife, such as deer or eagles, maybe even a painted turtle. 















 
The surrounding area is a year round paradise for outdoor recreation. There are a variety of attractions in the area including golfing, fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and hiking. Learn all about salmon at the Kingfisher Environmental Interpretive Centre just east of the City. Stroll along the river on the City's scenic Riverwalk. Check out our history at the Museum. Perhaps take in a drive-in movie. A hike to the top of the Enderby Cliffs will reward you with stunning views of the valley. Year round activities and events organized by a strong volunteer base, gives Enderby a true sense of community small-town spirit.  Visit the Tourist Info Centre at the Chamber of Commerce for more information. 
Enderby, B.C. is located centrally along Highway 97A, approximately 500 km (300 miles) from Calgary, Vancouver, Spokane and Seattle. 
 
 
                                                                       
 
   
What's New
Press Release - 2014 Budget
11/04/2014
 
Artist Wanted
07/04/2014
Enderby & District Art Council is seeking proposals for a Public Art Project
 
amended RECYCLE Calendar
07/04/2014
There was an error on the previously posted calendar. It has been corrected. Sorry for any inconvenience
 
2014 Spring Pruning and Clear Bag Pickup
21/03/2014
Commences April 15th. Click for guidelines.
 
2014 Street Sweeping
21/03/2014
2014 Street Sweeping begins March 24th
 
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