The town is currently going through a revitalization phase based upon a turn of the century architectural theme. The two main streets of the village make for a very pleasant stroll and shopping.
The Aberdeen has visitor information and washrooms available in summer season. To the right, the welcome sign at the intersection of Highways 7 & 9 on Agassiz's eastern border.
Official Community Website
Map of Agassiz
Louis Agassiz preempted a claim in 1862 which he called Fernie Coombe. This soon became the first store and post office. Hops, corn and dairy opera... read more
District of Kent
Kent is bordered by the Fraser River to the South, Fraser Valley Regional District unincorporated areas (FVRD uc), leading to Deroche and Mission t... read more
The Fort Langley traders established a salmon saltery at Harrisonmouth (now Harrison Mills) in 1847 and over 1,000 barrels were prepared. The first... read more