In 2011, Wolfville’s population was 4,269 (+13.2% since 2006). When Acadia University is in session, Wolfville's population grows to almost 7,000 people!
Wolfville’s median family income is $56,270 which is higher than the median family income in Nova Scotia.
Wolfville has one of the most educated populations in the province with more than 41% of adults possessing a university degree (versus 16% for Nova Scotia).
Wolfville also has the province’s most diverse population with 12% of residents born outside Canada.
Wolfville has a busy commercial district which is visited by more than 12,000 cars each day.
Wolfville has a thriving cultural community which helps to bring more than 100,000 event participants to our community each year.
For a more complete profile of Wolfville, see Wolfville’s Vital Signs report which was released in 2009 in partnership with the Wolfville Community Fund.