About This Neighbourhood

A lovely neighbourhood found in south-central Saskatoon, Eastview is has a population of about 3,700 people. The neighbourhood is considered a middle-income area and has an average home price of just over $315,000.

Most of the land in this neighbourhood was annexed by the city between 1950 and 1959, with the remaining southern piece annexed between 1960 and 1969. According to a 1913 map of registered subdivisions, Eastview's land was once identified as acreage. Home building began in the area before 1946, but the vast majority of activity occurred between 1961 and 1970. Eastview is unique in that all the streets within it, aside from Arlington Avenue, share the common name of "East". When the streets were named in 1964, the neighbourhood was on the city's eastern edge, giving its residents a true "east view".

Alvin Buckwold School opened in 1966. Another public elementary school, John Dolan School, was opened in 1977. This school was founded in 1955 as a private school to help children with cognitive difficulties. It was first housed in North Park School; by 1967, it was incorporated into the public school system and moved to a facility on Kilburn Avenue. The school moved again in 1977 to the newly built facility in Eastview. In 2005, St. Thomas School absorbed the student population of St. James School in Nutana Park when the latter school closed. The school was renamed Pope John Paul II School.


• Restaurant, Bowling Alley & Miscellaneous Small Businesses
• 3 Schools - École Alvin Buckwold School, Pope John Paul II School & John Dolan School
• 3 Parks - A.S. Wright Park, James Anderson Park & Kistikan Park
• Close proximity to Market Mall & SmartCentres Saskatoon South
• Great access to Taylor Street E & Preston Avenue via Arlington Avenue

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