About this neighbourhood

Called “Tuxedo Park” when the land was originally annexed in the 1910s, the neighbourhood of Westview didn’t see development begin until the 1960s. Located in the northwest corner of Saskatoon, it is now home to about 3,900 people with an affordable average home price of just over $272,000.

The majority of development occurred in the 1970s and 1980s and was finally completed in the late 1990s. Located in what was at the time the northwest corner of the city, the neighbourhood was on the city's western edge, giving its residents a true "West view". Unlike its Eastview counterpart, all street names don't begin with the word "West".

The community was originally identified as Westview Heights, but the second word was dropped from the official community name in the 1980s.

This neighbourhood is bounded to the north by 37th Street, Circle Drive on the east Junor Avenue on the west and 33rd Street to the south.

The streets in the neighbourhood except for Avenues W & Y and 33rd & 37th Streets are named after prominent figures in Saskatoon's history.

The majority of the neighbourhood is laid out in the crescent system as the city was beginning to shy away from the grid layout. The northwest corner of the neighbourhood which saw the construction of Lewis Crescent, Peterson Crescent, Court and Terrace along with the 37th Street extension from west of Byers Crescent to Junor Avenue took place between 1996 and 1999.


• Convenience Store & Sporting Goods Store
Caroline Robins Community School
• 3 Parks - Senator J. Hnatyshyn Park, Dr. Seager Wheeler Park, Senator J. Gladstone Park North & South
• Close proximity to 33rd Street amenities & Circle Drive

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