Welcome to Duggan

Welcome to Duggan -- central, safe, and quiet. All major amenities are at your doorstep, and with Whitemud Drive, Calgary Trail, Gateway Boulevard, and the Capital LRT line all a stone’s throw away, you have quick access to the rest of the city, too.

Duggan’s History

Duggan is named for J.J. Duggan, a pioneer of the Edmonton area, mayor of the City of Strathcona from 1902-04 and 1905-10. He once owned the area, located south of the city’s early boundaries.

Duggan was subdivided in the 1960s, with curvilinear residential streets surrounding a central school and park site. A neighbourhood commercial area is located near the park. Development peaked in the 1970s and trailed off in the 1980s. More about Duggan...

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Duggan Today

Duggan is a neighbourhood for families, with Duggan Elementary at the heart of the neighbourhood, and two more schools, D.S. MacKenzie Junior High and Harry Ainlay High School, just beyond its borders. Alongside you’ll find safe, quiet streets that seem tailor-made for finally casting off those training wheels.

Duggan has the perfect balance of accessibility and seclusion. Close to shopping at Southgate Mall, South Edmonton Common, and countless businesses on Calgary Trail, Duggan residents never need to travel far to meet their basic needs. Dotted with schools, recreation opportunities, and green spaces, Duggan is the perfect family neighbourhood. But with a central business district, including the famous Three Amigos cantina -- home of the biggest margarita you’ll ever see -- there’s something for everyone in Duggan.

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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

Listing information last updated on November 24th, 2017 at 5:46am MST.