Regional District: Peace River
Tumbler Ridge is an innovative community that continues to redefine what opportunity and quality of life are in Northern BC. We are an active and exciting town of adventurers, entrepreneurs, tradespeople, clean energy and resource professionals. We have affordable housing and unlimited recreational opportunities in a community where work-life balance isn’t just a saying but a real... Read More
Tumbler Ridge is an innovative community that continues to redefine what opportunity and quality of life are in Northern BC. We are an active and exciting town of adventurers, entrepreneurs, tradespeople, clean energy and resource professionals. We have affordable housing and unlimited recreational opportunities in a community where work-life balance isn’t just a saying but a reality.
Take your pick of activities in each season. Perhaps you would like to fish all year round? Would you prefer to hike, swim, mountain bike, golf, climb, kayak, or quad in the summer? What’s your passion in the winter months? Whether you choose to play hockey, curl, cross country ski, snow shoe, ice climb or slide, Tumbler Ridge has all of this – and much more.
Located in the foothills of the Rockies, Tumbler Ridge is widely acknowledged as the Dinosaur capital of British Columbia and the waterfall capital of Northern British Columbia. Blessed with some of BC’s most iconic natural landmarks and awe-inspiring backdrops, the culture and community character of Tumbler Ridge has been shaped by our natural setting and our desire to both protect and enjoy it.
Tumbler Ridge has the eleventh lowest residential tax rate in British Columbia and one of the lowest business tax rates. Our community has affordable tracts of serviced heavy industrial and commercial
space along with undeveloped lots to support new start-ups or expansions.
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NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).
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