CorelDraw Map Edmonton Canada

Edmonton, located in Alberta, Canada, is a diverse and dynamic city with a variety of neighborhoods and districts. Each area has its unique characteristics and attractions. Keep in mind that my knowledge is based on information available up to September 2021, and there may have been changes or developments in the city since then. Here is an overview of some of the notable districts and neighborhoods in Edmonton:

  1. Downtown Edmonton:
    • Downtown Core: This area is the heart of the city and home to many businesses, government buildings, and cultural institutions. It offers a mix of high-rise apartments, offices, and retail spaces.
    • Oliver: Located just west of the downtown core, Oliver is a trendy and densely populated neighborhood with many apartments, restaurants, and shops. It’s close to the river valley and offers easy access to amenities.
    • Boyle Street: This neighborhood is known for its cultural diversity and social services. It has seen revitalization efforts in recent years.
  2. Old Strathcona:
    • This historic district is known for its vibrant arts and culture scene. It’s home to the famous Whyte Avenue, lined with shops, restaurants, and theaters. Old Strathcona is a hub for the local arts community.
  3. Glenora:
    • Glenora is a prestigious residential area known for its tree-lined streets and elegant homes. It’s close to the North Saskatchewan River and offers beautiful views.
  4. University Area:
    • This area is home to the University of Alberta and includes neighborhoods like Garneau and Windsor Park. It has a youthful and academic atmosphere, with various student-friendly amenities.
  5. River Valley:
    • Edmonton’s River Valley is one of the largest urban park systems in North America. It spans many neighborhoods, offering walking and biking trails, picnic spots, and access to the river. Some neighborhoods near the River Valley include Highlands, Forest Heights, and Capilano.
  6. Mill Woods:
    • Mill Woods is a family-oriented suburb in the southeast of Edmonton. It offers a mix of housing options, schools, and recreational facilities. It’s known for its diverse community.
  7. Sherwood Park:
    • Although technically a separate community outside Edmonton, Sherwood Park is worth mentioning. It’s known for its suburban lifestyle and is a popular choice for families.
  8. Northeast Edmonton:
    • This area includes neighborhoods like Clareview and Hollick-Kenyon. It’s a mix of residential and commercial areas, with convenient access to public transportation.
  9. West Edmonton Mall Area:
    • Home to West Edmonton Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in North America, this area includes the neighborhoods of Summerlea and Terra Losa. It’s a major shopping and entertainment hub.
  10. Meadowlark Park:
    • Located in west Edmonton, Meadowlark Park is a predominantly residential neighborhood with schools, parks, and nearby shopping centers.

These descriptions provide a general overview of some of the neighborhoods and districts in Edmonton. Each area has its own unique charm and character, catering to a wide range of interests and lifestyles. When choosing a neighborhood in Edmonton, it’s important to consider factors like proximity to work or school, lifestyle preferences, and amenities that are important to you.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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