Welcome to Cloverdale

A part of the beautiful North Saskatchewan River Valley, Cloverdale is a thriving established neighbourhood in Edmonton that boasts great transportation routes and incredible recreational spaces. More about Cloverdale...

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 Cloverdale’s History

Cloverdale was annexed by the Town of Strathcona in 1907, and quickly became a part of Edmonton when the two cities amalgamated in 1912. Recreational space has always been maintained along the protected North Saskatchewan River.

A devastating flood in 1915 destroyed most of historic Cloverdale, including the lumber yard and many of the homes. Water levels were reported to be 11.5 metres above the North Saskatchewan River’s normal levels, enough to inundate the area. It took quite some time for the nieighbourhood to get back on its feet, but in true Edmonton spirit, it certainly did.

Cloverdale Today

Within Cloverdale’s boundaries are the Muttart Conservatory, Henrietta Muir Edwards Park, and Gallagher Park, the latter being home to the Edmonton Folk Music Festival each summer. Cloverdale will also be getting its own LRT stop in the near future, with Edmonton’s new Valley Line on the horizon.

Being a part of the North Saskatchewan River Valley means luscious green walks and summertime picnics. There are many tennis courts and other outdoor sports facilities located in the parks. In the winter, skiing and skating are popular activities. Cloverdale is a great place to live for people both physically active, and active in their community.

 

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

Disclaimer: Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed by the EREB.

Listing information last updated on January 19th, 2018 at 8:01pm MST.