MCLEOD

McLeod is located in north Edmonton within the Casselman-Steele District Outline Plan area. McLeod is surrounded by residential neighbourhoods on all sides and is well connected with arterial roads that facilitate easy access for residents to other parts of the city.

Residential construction in this neighbourhood was well underway in the 1950s and McLeod was almost entirely built-out by 1980. More about McLeod...

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Like most suburban neighbourhoods of its time, land use in McLeod is primarily dedicated for residential purposes. Unique to McLeod is the fact that almost all of its residential properties were developed as single detached dwellings. Most of these housing units were built during the 1960s with higher density infill development occurring during the 1970s. The design of McLeod is typical of its period of subdivision. Streets are laid out in crescents and cul-de-sacs and its residential lots are of a generous size. Schools in most neighbourhoods are centrally located; the four schools in McLeod are situated along the southeast perimeter of the neighbourhood. In this location the school and parks sites not only service the children of McLeod but also those of adjacent neighbourhoods, such as Casselman to the east.

This neighbourhood was named after Murdoch McLeod (1844-1930), an early pioneer who arrived in Canada from Scotland when he signed on with the Hudson Bay Company in 1861. McLeod spent time in the Arctic for six years and in Manitoba, where he was held prisoner during the Riel Rebellion, before moving to Edmonton in 1879 and farming in the Belmont area.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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Listing information last updated on September 20th, 2017 at 10:17am MDT.