About this neighbourhood

With a population of over 3,700 people, Kensington is a new and bustling Saskatoon neighbourhood built on a foundation of environmental sustainability and putting quality of life first. Accessibility is key here, with many of life's conveniences made available right outside your front door, and with an average home price of just over $383,000, so is affordability!

From 1968 to 2005, a local greenhouse used 120 acres of land in the area as its primary tree nursery. Remnants of shelterbelts remained before development. The land that includes Kensington was annexed between 2000 and 2005. The first concept drawings of this neighbourhood (then unnamed) appeared in the Blairmore Sector Concept Plan in 2005. Saskatoon City Council approved the neighbourhood plan on April 16, 2012.

No plans exist yet for schools in this proper. Bethlehem High School and Tommy Douglas Collegiate are located in the Blairmore Suburban Centre immediately to the south. The nearest elementary schools are located in adjacent Confederation Park and Pacific Heights.

Kensington is located within the Blairmore Suburban Development Area. It is bounded by the west boundaries of the Confederation Park and Pacific Heights neighbourhoods to the east, Highway 14 to the south, and the remained of the Blairmore Development Area to the north and west.


• The Shops of South Kensington - Grocery Store, Banks, Medical Offices, Restaurants, Shopping, Gas Station & More!
• Network of sports fields, pathways, and 8 parks
• Village Square - amphitheatre & market space
• Easy access to downtown via 22nd Street

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