Richmond Heights

About This Neighbourhood

Richmond Heights is a beautiful neighbourhood located in north-central Saskatoon with a small population of about 900 people. Situated along the South Saskatchewan River, it boasts lovely scenic views to the east, convenient transportation routes to the north and west, and an average home price of just over $370,000.

Within the Lawson Suburban Development Area, the neighbourhood of Richmond Heights is bordered on the North by Circle Drive. Warman Road lies on the west side. To the south is Windsor Street, and finally the eastern perimeter is the geophysical boundary of the South Saskatchewan River upon which G.D. Archibald Park North is found.

Land was annexed for this neighbourhood from the city of Saskatoon in 1955-59. The majority of dwellings were part of the original construction which took place in the 1960s.

The crescents/avenues are fashioned around Archibald Park West. The roads have been mainly named with a royal connection.

There are some amenities within the neighbourhood such as New Red Lantern Inn in a strip mall located on Alexandra Avenue.

No schools are part of this neighbourhood. In the 1970s, Richmond Heights School served kids in the neighbourhood before closing in the mid-1980s due to declining enrolment. The building is now the Luther Senior's Centre with a senior condo complex to the east on the old playground site. Students were then transferred over to North Park Wilson School.


• Convenience Store, Restaurant & Salon
• Over 24-acre G.D. Archibald Park - playground, sports fields & wading pool
• Close proximity to Meewasin River Valley & downtown Saskatoon
• Easy commuting via Circle Drive & Warman Road

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