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These neighbourhoods are located north of 111 Avenue, south of Yellowhead Trail, west of the LRT right of way, and east of 121 Street. The Edmonton City Centre Airport is also located within this area.


West Edmonton

West Edmonton includes the neighbourhoods within an area bounded by 124 Street on the east, the city limits on the west, 111 Avenue on the north, and the North Saskatchewan River on the south.

Jasper Place

These neighbourhoods were part of the Town of Jasper Place, which amalgamated with Edmonton in 1964. Prior to amalgamation, Jasper Place stretched from 118 Avenue to the north to the North Saskatchewan River in the south, and from 149 Street in the east to 170 Street in the west. The town’s main street was Stony Plain Road.

 

The Grange

The Grange is a group of suburban neighbourhoods in West Edmonton bounded by Whitemud Drive on the north, Anthony Henday Drive on the east, the future Lessard Road extension on the south and 215 Street (Winterburn Road) on the west.

Lewis Farms

Lewis Farms is a group of suburban neighbourhoods in West Edmonton bounded by Stony Plain Road on the north, Anthony Henday Drive on the east, Whitemud Drive on the south and 231 Street on the west.

 

Other West Edmonton

 

Southwest Edmonton

Neighbourhoods in southwest Edmonton are those located within the city limits that are south of the North Saskatchewan River and west of Gateway Boulevard. It excludes those neighbourhoods north of University Avenue and Whyte Avenue, which are included under South Central Edmonton.

Heritage Valley

A newer area of southwest Edmonton, located at the far southern fringe of the city. Neighbourhoods in Heritage Valley are located south of Anthony Henday Drive, west of Calgary Trail/Highway 2, north of the city limits (41 Avenue SW), and east of the Whitemud Creek Ravine. Heritage Valley neighbourhoods include:

Kaskitayo/Petrolia

The following neighbourhoods are generally considered part of the area known as Petrolia, Kaskitayo, or Heritage (not to be confused with Heritage Valley). The majority of this area developed between 1965 and 1980. This area is bounded by the Whitemud Creek Ravine to the west, Calgary Trail to the east, Whitemud Drive to the north, and the Blackmud Creek Ravine to the south.

Old Strathcona

The following neighbourhoods are located near the University of Alberta, in the area former occupied by the City of Strathcona, in an area of southwest Edmonton bounded by the North Saskatchewan River to the north, the Whitemud Creek Ravine and the North Saskatchewan River to the west, Calgary Trail to the east, and 61 Avenue to the south.

Riverbend

The following neighbourhoods are generally considered part of Riverbend, the area located south and east of the North Saskatchewan River, west of the Whitemud Creek ravine, and a transmission line and utility corridor at roughly 28 Avenue.

Southgate

The following neighbourhoods are located in close proximity to Southgate Centre and, accordingly, are often collectively referred to as the “Southgate” area. These neighbourhoods are bounded by the Whitemud Ravine to the west, Calgary Trail to the east, Whitemud Drive to the south and the University of Alberta Farm and 61 Avenue to the north.

Terwillegar Heights

The following neighbourhoods in southwest Edmonton are generally considered part of Terwillegar, the area located south of a transmission line and utility corridor at roughly 28 Avenue, west of the Whitemud Creek Ravine, north and east of Anthony Henday Drive, and east of the North Saskatchewan River.

Windermere

One of the newest areas of the city, new neighborhoods began developing in Windermere in 2006. Windermere consists of the area located south of the Anthony Henday Drive, east of the North Saskatchewan River, west of the Whitemud Creek Ravine and north of the city limits (41 Avenue SW).


Southeast Edmonton

Neighbourhoods in southeast Edmonton are those neighbourhoods within the city limits, east of Gateway Boulevard and south of Whyte Avenue. It also includes those neighbourhoods located north of Whyte Avenue, east of 85 Street and south of the North Saskatchewan River.

Ellerslie

Ellerslie is an area bounded by Gateway Boulevard to the west, Anthony Henday Drive to the north, 66 Street to the east and the city limits (41 Avenue SW) to the south. It includes four residential neighbourhoods, including one under the same name, and one industrial neighbourhood. The residential neighbourhoods approved to date include:

The Meadows

The Meadows is an area east of Mill Woods that will include seven neighbourhoods when fully developed. It is bounded by 34 Street on the west, Whitemud Drive on the north, and Anthony Henday Drive (Highway 216) on the south and east. Neighbourhoods approved for development to date include:

Mill Woods

Mill Woods is further divided into eight communities. The communities with their respective neighbourhoods are:

Burnewood

Knottwood

Lakewood

Millhurst

Millbourne

Ridgewood

Southwood

Woodvale

Other Southeast Edmonton


Northwest Edmonton

Northwest Edmonton includes those neighbourhoods located inside the city limits that are north of Yellowhead Trail and west of 97 Street, as well as those neighbourhoods north of 111 Avenue and west of 121 Street.

Big Lake

Big Lake is bounded on the north by Big Lake and 137 Avenue, east by Ray Gibbon Drive, southeast by Anthony Henday Drive (Highway 216), south by Yellowhead Trail (Highway 16), and west by 231 Street (Hillview Road). The City of St. Albert and Parkland County are located beyond 137 Avenue and 231 Street respectively. This does not include the Big Lake Estates subdivision at the northeast corner of Yellowhead Trail and 231 Street.

Castle Downs

Castle Downs is bounded on the north by the Transportation and Utility Corridor (Anthony Henday Drive), the south by 137 Avenue, the east by 97 Street, and the west by 127 Street. This does not include Griesbach (east of Castle Downs Road, south of 153 Avenue south).[3] Castle Downs was once the location of the Edmonton International Speedway. (Year subdivision established in brackets).

The Palisades

The Palisades is bound by Anthony Henday Drive to the north, 142 Street to the west, 137 Avenue to the south and 127 Street to the east.[3]

Other Northwest Edmonton

Northeast Edmonton

Northeast Edmonton includes neighbourhoods within the city limits located north of Yellowhead Trail and east of 97 Street, as well as those neighbourhoods located south of the Yellowhead Trail, north of the North Saskatchewan River, and east of the LRT right-of-way.

Beverly

These neighbourhoods are located in the area that was part of, or located near, the Town of Beverly prior to its amalgamation with Edmonton on December 31, 1961. Those areas near the town had coal mines for which the town provided the workforce.

Casselman-Steele Heights

Clareview

Hermitage

Lake District

Lake District is a grouping of nine neighbourhoods bounded by 97 Street to the west, Anthony HendayDrive to the north, 66 Street to the east and 153 Avenue to the south.

Pilot Sound

Pilot Sound is a grouping of five residential and two industrial neighbourhoods bounded by 66 Street to the west, Anthony Henday Drive to the north and east, and 153 Avenue to the south. Four of the five residential neighbourhoods planned to date include:

Other Northeast Edmonton