About this neighbourhood

Named for the 50-year-old Scots pine trees that can be found on the south-east corner, Evergreen is an exceptional neighbourhood purposefully designed with a connection to nature in mind. It boasts a population of about 7,800 people and offers a wide array of both housing and commercial choices, with an average home price of just over $428,000.

The community is separated from neighbouring developments to the south by greenbelts provided by the University of Saskatchewan agricultural land holdings and the Forestry Farm Park and Zoo.

As is standard in most recently developed Saskatoon communities, street names consist of assorted names recognizing Saskatoon citizens, with main core roads using the name of the community.

The residential area is constructed around the village centre and a larger district village. The subdivision was created in 2010. Evergreen is projected to have a density of 8.6 units per acre, becoming one of the densest neighbourhoods in Saskatoon when complete.

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools elementary school is named St. Nicholas, while Saskatoon Public Schools named their elementary school after Sylvia Fedoruk. Both schools were completed ahead of the 2017–2018 school year.


• Convenience Store, Medical Offices, Restaurants & Shops
• 2 Schools - Sylvia Fedoruk School & St. Nicholas Catholic School
• 65 Acres of Greenspace Across 13 Parks
• Close proximity to University Heights Shopping Centre

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