Dovercourt and surrounding area was annexed to Edmonton in 1913 but remained practically undeveloped until after the Second World War. In the 1950s, Dovercourt was replotted under the direction of the city's first town planner, Noel Dant. Dovercourt and adjacent neighbourhoods were some of the first subdivisions in North America to be designed using the "neighbourhood" concept of curved streets, limited access points, and landscaping. The streets and walkways focus on school and community league sites at the centre of the neighbourhood.
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