Best Neighbourhood In Edmonton 2018

City of Edmonton
City of Edmonton

That’s right, Alberta’s capital is stepping it up, and it might just be Canada’s next great city. Edmonton has one of best Neighborhoods in Alberta, there are over 375 Neighborhoods but we will be focusing on the top 10 Neighbourhoods in the City of Edmonton.

Here is Best Neighbourhood In Edmonton 2018 Based on our Research Team.

10. Bonnie Doon

Population: 4,539
Bonnie Doon is a neighborhood in south-central Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The western part of Bonnie Doon was a part of the City of Strathcona, starting in 1907 and became a part of Edmonton when Strathcona and Edmonton merged in 19129.

9. Crestwood

Population: 2,351
Crestwood is a residential neighborhood in west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada overlooking the North Saskatchewan River valley and nestled between two ravines.

8. Downtown

Population: 12,768
Downtown contains Churchill Square, a lively plaza that hosts year-round festivals, and the Art Gallery of Alberta, with contemporary Canadian works in a striking modern building. The hip ICE District is home to the Rogers Place ice hockey arena and a casino, plus buzzy nightclubs and stylish restaurants. Sprawling Alberta Legislature Grounds has a wading pool, picnic spots, and a seasonal ice rink.

7. Garneau

Population: 9,790
Garneau is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Prior to 1912, it was part of the City of Strathcona.

6. Highlands

Population: 2,545
Highlands is a residential neighborhood in northeast Edmonton, Alberta, Canada overlooking the North Saskatchewan River valley. The area was annexed by Edmonton in 1912, and “was named in a contest offering a 50-dollar prize.”

5. Ritchie

Population: 3,979
Ritchie is a residential neighborhood in south-east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is named for Robert Ritchie, the original owner of the Ritchie Mill and former mayor of the City of Strathcona.

4. Westmount

Population: 5,887
Westmount is an established central-west residential neighborhood in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is geographically close to the downtown core.

3. Oliver

Population: 18,123
Oliver is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighborhood is named after Frank Oliver, an early Edmonton resident, businessman, and politician.

2. Glenora

Population: 3,513
Glenora is a residential neighborhood in the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, overlooking the North Saskatchewan River Valley.

1. Strathcona

Population: 8,973
Strathcona is a residential neighborhood in south-central Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is a part of, and should not be confused with, Old Strathcona, although much of the Strathcona neighborhood is in Old Strathcona.

Editor’s Note: Please know that the Neighbourhood Population is based on 2016 Census which was conducted by the City of Edmonton.