Arbor Creek

About this neighbourhood

Found in the northeast corner of Saskatoon, Arbor Creek is a popular neighbourhood of almost 5,200 people. The majority of homes were built between 1996 and 2006 and has almost 94% homeownership. The housing stock is comprised mostly of low-density, single-detached houses. Roadways are named after prominent local personalities, including musicians and several former mayors. Largely considered a high-income area, the average sale price of homes in this area is just over $449,000.

The land on which Arbor Creek now sits was annexed between 1980 and 1984. The majority of residential construction was done between 1996 and 2006, with a small amount of construction before this. The area first appeared on city maps in the late 1980s and was branded as part of the neighbouring Erindale community It was split off in the early 1990s.

No schools exist in this neighbourhood. Though land was set aside for schools, the public and separate school boards decided to build schools in the adjacent Willowgrove neighbourhood. The land is now being readied for more single-family homes. Schools also already exist in the adjacent Erindale and Forest Grove neighbourhoods.

The Erindale/Arbor Creek Community Association organizes events and activities for its residents. Programs operate out of Father Robinson and Dr. John G. Egnatoff Schools as well as neighbourhood parks. The Association also plays an important role in representing the interests of residents in key community issues such as schools and parks.


• Convenience Store
• 3 Parks - Beckett Green, Arbor Creek Park, Budz Green
• Close proximity to University Heights & Brighton Shopping Centres

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