About this neighbourhood

Parkridge is a quiet Saskatoon neighbourhood located on the west side of the city with a bustling population of about 5,200 people. With a majority of single-family detached homes and an affordable average home price of just over $330,000, it is a particularly popular choice for first-time home buyers and families with school-aged children.

It is a residential community in western Saskatoon, located on land annexed by the city between 1975 and 1979. Development of the subdivision initially began in the early 1980s. The extreme west end of the neighbourhood remained undeveloped until the subsequent creation of the adjacent Blairmore Suburban Centre led to the final phase of Parkridge being built out in the early 2010s. Whereas the majority of residents are employed in the sales and service sector, the next highest employer is business, finance and administration. The two main age groups are those in their 40s and teenagers as of 2005. Until recently Parkridge was the farthest western neighbourhood of Saskatoon south of 22nd Street.

The roadways are for the most part named after those people who contributed significantly to the City of Saskatoon.

Parkridge goes no further west than Highway 7. 22nd Street is the northernmost limit for this neighbourhood. The CPR rail line is as far south as this neighbourhood will venture. Fairlight Drive creates a curved eastern boundary. The neighbourhood is of uneven shape, and even though there are main thoroughfares west, south and north, the community nestles around Parkridge Park with courts and crescents. The park is centrally located with James L. Alexander School at the north end, and St. Marguerite School at the south end of the park. The community's main access road, McCormack Road, winds through the district. In 2009, the city honoured a request to convert the Kinloch development from a crescent to two cul-de-sac streets.


• 2 Schools - James L. Alexander School & St. Marguerite School
• 41+ Acres of Parkland - James Gurgulis Park & Parkridge Park
• Close proximity to Confederation Mall & SmartCentres Saskatoon West
• Easy commuting via 22nd Street W

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