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Community Location
Vital Statistics

Legend:
    - Riley Park-Little Mountain
    - All of Vancouver City

Population Density (x 1000/sq km)
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
Average Rent (x $100 )                 
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Crime Rate (per 1000 pop.)              
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
Avg Household Income ( x 1000) 
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
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180
Type of Housing Ratio

- detached     - low-rise     - high-rise
Dwelling Type Ratio

- rentals    - owner occupied
Language Ratio (mother tongue)

- English    - Chinese    - other
Age Groups

- under 19  - 20-39  - 40-64  - over 65

Riley Park-Little Mountain

Riley Park is located on Vancouver's highest point and is situated between 16th Ave. (North) & 41st Ave (South) and between Cambie St. (West) & Fraser St. (East). Riley Park is a residential community with a very diverse demographic, with young families as well as more established professionals calling this area home. The housing varies from single family bungalow style to mini estates, which are mostly found around Queen Elizabeth Park. Businesses can be found along Main St. and is best known for its many antique, thrift, and second hand stores, locals have dubbed it 'Antique Row'.

Queen Elizabeth Park is the crown jewel of the community, no pun intended, and is visited by over 6 million people a year. It is a vast park with many different features, such as; an arboretum, the Bloedel Conservatory geodesic dome, numerous walk around gardens, a pitch and putt golf course, a Frisbee golf course, and a spectacular hill top restaurant. Another Riley Park landmark is the Mountainview Cemetery, which is one of Vancouver's most important heritage sites. Built in 1886 it spans much of the city's history and many of Vancouver's historic pioneers were laid to rest there. The cemetery sits on the top of the hill south of the city and overlooks the entire downtown as well as the Coast Mountain Range.


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