Welcome to Lago Lindo

 

Lago Lindo is the cornerstone of the Lake District area in northeast Edmonton. With the recently-completed Anthony Henday Drive north leg so close, Lago Lindo has become a neighbourhood that boasts excellent access to the east and west sides of Edmonton, in addition to its already easy access to CFB Edmonton and downtown.

 

Neighbourhood Facts

Lago Lindo is located between 91 and 97 Streets, and north of 167 Avenue to 181 Avenue. Schools in the area include public Lago Lindo Elementary School, and Bishop Greschuk Catholic Elementary School. Lago Lindo has a strong and growing community league, which serves not only this community but the newer, neighbouring ones of Klarvatten, Schonsee, and Crystallina Nera. This large area gives the community league a very large base of volunteers and many excellent programs.

The principal land use in Lago Lindo is residential. Single family homes account for 90% of the neighbourhood’s dwelling units. More about Lago Lindo...

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Lago Lindo’s History

The land for Lago Lindo was brought into the City of Edmonton’s jurisdiction in 1971, with plans for the neighbourhood taking shape in the early eighties as part of the Lakes district. Almost all of Lago Lindo’s development occurred in the 1980s. A few single detached homes were built in early 1990, essentially completing the neighbourhood. For buyers today, this means a largely-established neighbourhood near the city’s edge. Quite the rarity.

Lago Lindo Today

The population of Lago Lindo has been very stable; roughly 70% of neighbourhood residents have lived at the same address for five or more years. This is well above the Edmonton average; there are clearly plenty of reasons to stay in Lago Lindo.

Like to walk or cycle? A number of strategically placed pathways promote pedestrian and bicycle travel throughout Lago Lindo, and connect the neighbourhood’s two lakes to each other.  Interior residential streets were designed to provide for efficient traffic flow to and from the neighbourhood, to nearby main arteries like 97 Street, 167 Avenue, and Anthony Henday Drive.

 

Statistical information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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

Listing information last updated on July 20th, 2017 at 8:46pm MDT.