Ward 5


  • This non-residential neighbourhood forms part of the Transportation Utility Cooridor and Edmonton's outer ring road.
  • The majority of dwellings in Callingwood North are row housing and low-rise apartmentbuildings, and a high proportion of residents are young couples and singles. The area'smost attractive feature is West Jasper Place Park, which is linked to the Arrowhead and KikinoTrails. The nearby Whitemud Freeway provides quick access to Edmonton's commercial districts.
  • Callingwood South is home to a high proportion of young singles and couples, attracted by suchfeatures as West Edmonton Village, one of the City's largest multi-unit complexes, and theexcellent recreational facilities provided by the West Jasper Place Park and Recreation Centre. Residents are well served by the Marketplace at Callingwood's more than 70 businesses, as well asan efficient road network which provide good access to the City's southwest.
  • Cameron Heights was named after John Cameron, a pioneer and businessman who lived at the north end of the road that now bears his name (Cameron Avenue). Cameron Heights is one of Edmonton's finest river valley communities that began development in the early 2000. Graced by two ravines and embraced by the river's edge, this unique community is on nature's doorstep and offers beautiful parks, walking and cycling paths, and tree-lined streets.
  • Annexed to the City in 1972 as part of West Jasper Place, most of Dechene's appealing keyholecrescents and curving, quiet streets date from the 1980s. Area households, of which over 50percent are families with children at home, are a short drive from the wide variety of commercialand entertainment services of West Edmonton Mall. The area is named after Joseph M. Dechene,the father of Judge Andre M. Dechene.