Ward 10


  • Once farmed by the Allen family, this area was annexed by the City of Strathcona in 1907 andbecame part of Edmonton in 1912 when Strathcona and Edmonton amalgamated. Predominatelya single-family residential neighbourhood, Allendale is south-centrally located and has goodaccess to a number of amenities (including the University of Alberta, Southgate Shopping Centre,and the vibrant Whyte Avenue area).
  • Built in the 1960s and 1970s, Aspen Gardens was designed to appeal to individuals and families insearch of quiet, affluent residential neighbourhood characterised by larger homes, maturetrees, and attractive paths for pedestrian and bicycle travel. Commercial services are available innearby Westbrook and Petrolia, as well as the Southgate and Heritage Malls. The residents are alargely stable population of older couples and families with older children.
  • Named for Stony Indian Chief Masgwaahisd (Bearspaw), this neighbourhood is located in thesouthern part of Kaskitayo. Area homes were built mostly in the 1980s and are centred onattractive recreation sites, including Bearspaw Lake and Blackmud Creek Ravine. Though strictlyresidential, the area offers easy access to commercial centres. The majority of households havechildren.
  • This non-residential neighbourhood forms part of Edmonton's North Saskatchewan River Valley and Ravine urban parkland system.
  • Blue Quill is named in honour of Cree Chief Blue Quill of the Saddle Lake Indian Reserve which was established in 1889. In the late 1890s, Chief Blue Quill traded in Edmonton. Blue Quill was annexed by Edmonton in 1971. Development began shortly after annexation, with the bulk of housing construction taking place between 1971 and 1980. A commercial centre is located in the northern part of the community along Saddleback Road, and school and park sites are located towards the interior of the neighbourhood.