Kirkness is located in the Clareview district. The corridor provides an open space buffer along the west boundary of the neighbourhood to separate the residents from the CNR/LRT right-of-way. The Edmonton LRT uses the rail line as far as the Clareview station, located just south of the neighbourhood. The LRT provides Kirkness residents with quick and easy access to central and south Edmonton. More about Kirkness...

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Most of the community’s educational and recreation facilities are located in the northern part of the neighbourhood. A local park located at 146 Avenue and Kirkness Road is named after James A. Christianson (1889-1953) who was a prominent businessman who sponsored the Oil Kings hockey club and the Meteors basketball club.

Single family housing represents approximately half of the residential units within the neighbourhood; semi-detached houses represent approximately 3% of all units within the neighbourhood. Low rise apartments and row housing make up the remainder of units, and are located along a major bus route on Kirkness Road. The neighbourhood has been actively under development since the 1970s, and residential construction continued into the 2000s.

The neighbourhood is named after James Kirkness who came to Canada from Scotland in 1866. He worked for the Hudson’s Bay Company until 1881 when he retired to his homestead in River Lot 26.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.


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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2018 at 9:17am MST.