Enderby, BC is a small town at the north end of the Okanagan Valley. Wondering about the Enderby population? Here are some basic statistics about the population and available real estate in Enderby.
Population of Enderby, BC & Surrounding Communities
Enderby, BC has a population of about three thousand people. The 2016 Canadian Census lists the population of the Enderby population center as 2,964, which represents a slight increase from the previous count in 2011. The census also counted 316 people in the Enderby reserve area south of the city, which represents a decrease from 2011.
To the south of Enderby, Armstrong has a population of just over five thousand people and Vernon is home to forty thousand people. North of Enderby, Grindrod is home to just under fifteen hundred people, and Salmon Arm has a population of almost eighteen-thousand people.
Number and Types of Homes in Enderby, BC
There are about 1500 homes in the town of Enderby, BC. The 2016 Census counted a total number of 1,443 private dwellings in Enderby, BC. This means that there are just under 1500 separate sets of living quarters in Enderby, each with a private entrance (either exterior or from a common hall or lobby). The 2016 Census identified 855 single detached houses in Enderby, as well as 120 semi-detached houses, 145 row houses, and 10 other attached dwellings. There were also 50 apartments in duplex structures and 185 apartments accounted for.
The Enderby reserve is located south of the city. The 2016 Census counted 148 private dwellings in this area, 80 of which were single detached houses. There were also 25 movable dwellings, 10 row houses, and 5 apartments accounted for within the reserve area.
Land Area & Population Density Within Town
Enderby is a small town with a land area of 4.26 square kilometres, according to the 2016 Census. This gives Enderby an urban density of just under 700 people per square kilometer. Comparing this to the population density in larger centres, there is a lot of space for each resident in Enderby. Vancouver has a density of about 5500 people per square kilometre! Properties in the North Okanagan and Shuswap areas typically offer much more space for residents than larger cities.
Do you have more questions about living in Enderby, BC? Please contact Tyler to learn more about this wonderful gem in the North Okanagan! He’s lived here all his life and is happy to help you learn more about Enderby.