Kernohan is located south of 137 Avenue and east of Victoria Trail. The Kennedale Ravine forms the neighbourhood’s southern boundary. Along the eastern boundary is the North Saskatchewan River Valley (Hermitage Park) which provides local residents with access to the river valley park system. Kernohan Park and Anne Fitzgerald Catholic Elementary School are located at the centre of the neighbourhood. More about Kernohan...

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Multi-unit housing is an integral part of the neighbourhood and residences located along Victoria Trail. Approximately one-third of the dwelling units in the neighbourhood are in row housing structures. Kernohan is a fairly stable neighbourhood with less than thirty percent of the residents moving into the neighbourhood five years before the census was taken. Almost two-thirds of the households consist of one or more adults with children. The age profile of neighbourhood residents matches the city average very closely.

Kernohan is named after James Kernohan. Mr. Kernohan was an early pioneer farmer and coal miner. In 1884, he came with his family to Alberta from Ontario. He operated a grocery store from 1884 to 1899. The Kernohan area was annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1961 and became part of the Clareview district in 1972. Much of the residential land in Kernohan was developed during the 1970s when Edmonton was experiencing an oil-driven economic boom.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.


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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2018 at 9:01am MST.