Town of Riverview / About Riverview / Moving to Riverview

Why don’t you live here already?

The Town of Riverview is an unusually special place to live, work, and raise a family. Settle in amongst friendly neighbours, the beauty of wild New Brunswick, and a commitment to active living. Crime is practically non-existent, and the town makes major investments in parks, walking, biking and ski trails, and rec facilities. Yes, you can have it all.

Perfectly affordable.

Being house-poor has a way of cramping your lifestyle. With the lowest tax rate in Greater Moncton and an affordable housing mix, Riverview has earned its reputation as one of the best deals in real estate anywhere in Canada. Here, you get a generous lot at a surprisingly affordable cost. Honestly, you can’t afford to not move here.

A great place to grow.

When people try to explain the rewarding, safe, and nurturing atmosphere of a place, they often say that it’s a great place “to raise children”. Great schools, dynamic programming, and a welcoming culture have earned Riverview more than a few of these comments. Of course, it’s not just kids and their parents who value the Riverview lifestyle.

Schools

Programs

Community Resources Directory

Get out and explore.

We all know how important it is to live an active lifestyle. The Town of Riverview is literally set up to encourage just that. Safe streets are perfect for cycling. The town maintains 30 km of walking, running, skiing, and snowshoe trails. And the river and the forest that surround you are perfect for casual strolls.

Active transportation

Parks and recreation

Dobson Trail

Hopewell Rocks

Fundy National Park

Our neck of the woods.

Right in the centre of Atlantic Canada, Riverview is close to what matters to you. The Acadian Forest is in your backyard; the city is right across the river; and the Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport is less than twenty minutes away. You’re in the middle of it all—yet getting away from it all is a river breeze.

Map

It’s your move.

Download (or come pick up) a copy of the Greater Moncton Immigration Board Newcomers’ Guide. This helpful guide provides important contact information for residents who are new to the region.

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