About this neighbourhood

Surrounded by tons of green space and walking trails, the diverse neighbourhood of Meadowgreen is located on the west side of Saskatoon. It offers easy access to great transportation routes for getting around the city, a population of about 4,400 people, and an affordable average home price of just over $190,000.

The land for Meadowgreen was annexed by the city of Saskatoon between 1955 and 1959. Approximately 33% of the dwellings were built in the 1960s, and 45% were built in the 1970s.

The area south of 18th Street, north of the buffer zone between 11th Street and Appleby Drive, east of Circle Drive, and west of Avenue W South is laid out in a court system. The northern portion is laid out grid fashion; avenues run alphabetically north and south, and Streets run numerically east and west. After Avenue Y South, the Avenues are named after Canadian cities such as Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg and Vancouver. Witney Avenue is the only anomaly to the naming convention and is named in place of Avenue Z.

W.P. Bate School was originally located at 342 Ottawa Avenue South. It opened in 1961 and was named in honour of William Pope Bate (1866 - 1934), who had been a long-time secretary-treasurer of Saskatoon Public Schools in its early days. In September 2006, the school relocated to a new location at 2515 18th Street West. The Community Association operates out of W.P. Bate School to provide leisure activities for the area.


• Restaurants, Grocery Store, Convenience Store & Pharmacy
• Recreational Amenities - Ruckers Amusement Centre & Divide and Conquer Paintball
W.P. Bate School
• 37+ Acres of Greenspace in 5 Parks
• Close proximity to Confederation Mall
• Easy commuting via 22nd Street & Circle Drive

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