EKOTA

Ekota is situated in the southwest portion of a group of 27 neighbourhoods known as Mill Woods. Ekota is located between 23 Avenue and Mill Woods Road South and 66 Street and Mill Woods Road.

Neighbourhoods in Mill Woods were designed around the principle of the neighbourhood as a unit. Each neighbourhood is bounded by major roadways and the arrangement of the interior streets follows a curvilinear pattern. Higher density residential development and commercial land uses are situated adjacent to the roadways that bound the neighbourhood or along the minor collector roadways that pass through them. More about Ekota... 

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At the centre of Ekota is an elementary school and its associated recreation and open spaces. A junior high school, located in the southwest corner of the neighbourhood, serves Ekota and several surrounding neighbourhoods. Ekota was developed almost entirely during the 1970s and consists of mostly single family houses. Ekota contains a few businesses, and the Town Centre Mall is near by. Ekota, along with Menisa and Satoo neighbourhoods, are members of the Knottwood Community League. The community league was founded in 1977.

Father Ivor Daniel Park is official name for the neighbourhood level ornamental park situated next to St Clement Catholic School. The park is named in recognition of Father Ivor J.E. Daniel, a Catholic priest who ministered in Edmonton, British Columbia, England and Wales. Father Daniel was born in London, England in 1883. He was ordained in 1913 and subsequently assigned as assistant priest at St. Joachim’s Church, Edmonton. Father Daniel served as a chaplain with the Canadian Engineers in England during the first world war. After the war he returned to St. Joseph’s Church until 1921. He continued his missionary duties along the Grand Trunk Line between Entwistle and Lucerne, B.C. and then went on to Aberystwyth, Wales to commence collegiate work.

In the Cree language, Ekota means ‘special place’.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on September 25th, 2017 at 10:34am MDT.