Community activities for residents of all ages
Murrayville has various businesses, as well as a grocery store and a pharmacy. It is also home to a recreation centre, housing a wave pool with six swimming lanes and a shallow children's area, as well as a sauna and hot tub. The building also contains a fitness room, a weight room, a meeting room, and a multi-purpose room.
Murrayville has two elementary schools and one high school. It also has two Christian schools - one elementary and one secondary. Among the historical buildings of Murrayville is an old church building.
To the north of Murrayville, bordering on Highway 1, is the area of Salmon River, named for one of only a few remaining watersheds in Metro Vancouver that is still able to support productive fish stocks. The Salmon River drains into the Fraser River, near McMillan Island in Fort Langley and wildlife abounds along the river. The area is home to a variety of homes, ranging from Condominiums to acreage with large homes. Tall Timbers Golf Course is found in the Salmon River area.
Salmon River has two elementary and two secondary schools, as well as providing access to teen and adult continuing education through the Langley Education Centre.
To the east of Murrayville, lie the areas of Aldergrove and Otter. Aldergrove has a bustling shopping area and is home to the now decommissioned CFB Aldergrove, Canadian Forces Base. Highway 13 (264th St), running to the US Border crossing at Lynden, crosses Aldergrove from Hwy 1 and south, through the area of Otter. Farmland can found south of the Aldergrove town centre and to the west along 16th Ave, towards Campbell Valley and Brookswood.
Aldergrove has three elementary schools, one middle school and one secondary school.
There is full-time fire protection provided for these areas by the Township of Langley. As with other town centres in Langley, policing is provided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), as well as many services and housing specifically designed for seniors.
Commuters from Murrayville, for both east and west bound, can access Highway 10 via the Langley Bypass and Glover Road or Highway 1 via Glover Road or 232nd Street. Translink bus service is accessible to most area residents. Commuters from Salmon River gain access via Highway 1 from 232nd Street and commuters from Aldergrove and Otter gain access via Hwy 13 (264th St).