City Park

About this neighbourhood

Located in the heart of the city of Saskatoon, City Park is a stunning and mature neighbourhood with a population of about 4,400 people. Here, you can find a large variety of housing styles to suit any lifestyle—from single-family homes to high-rise apartments—with an average home price of almost $297,000.

City Park was originally known as Central Park and first had a golf course. In 1903, the annual exhibition was moved from the Louise Grounds in Nutana to City Park, and a horse racing track and grandstand were constructed. By 1910, the exhibition had moved to its permanent home in the city's south end. The outline of the old racetrack can still be seen in what is now Kinsmen Park.

City Park was one of the first areas annexed by the city after its incorporation in 1906. The Alexander Residence, built in 1912 on Spadina Crescent, was named for Dr. Harold E. and Edith Alexander, who owned the house from 1916 to 1946. It is one of the city's most notable examples of pre-World War I Arts and Crafts architecture. It was designated a municipal heritage property on May 12, 2001.

It is bounded by the South Saskatchewan River to the east, railway tracks to the west, 33rd Street to the north, and 25th Street to the south. Most Streets are laid out in a grid plan, with avenues running north–south and streets running east–west. Some roads in the south and west parts of City Park are angled to align with their continuations in the Central Business District. Spadina Crescent roughly follows the course of the river on the east edge of the neighbourhood.


• City Hospital, Nutrien Wonderhub, The Weir, Restaurants & Hotel
City Park School - elementary Montessori program, online learning centre, Ecoquest, outdoor school, and more!
• 5 Parks - Wilson Park, Meewasin Park, Mendel Site Park, Civic Conservatory & Kinsmen Park
• Easy access to downtown

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