Welcome to Ottewell

With an area of over 250 hectares, Ottewell is among the largest of Edmonton’s neighbourhoods and is truly one where you will find everything on your list. No one likes driving far to get what they need and in Ottewell, you don’t have to. Ottewell is bounded on the west by 75 Street, on the east by 50 Street, on the south by 90 Avenue, and on the north by 98 Avenue and Terrace Road. . More about Ottewell...

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Ottewell’s History

The name Braemar was originally intended for the neighbourhood, however, both East Glenora and East Edmonton Park had their brief moments of fame during the 1910s. Ultimately the neighbourhood was named in honour of the Ottewell family who, in 1881, were among the first to settle south of the North Saskatchewan river in the Cloverbar area. The Ottewells were active grain farmers that got into dairying and eventually opened the Ottewell Coal Company and Campbell & Ottewell Flour Mills. Today, you can find Ottewell’s historic log cabin on display at Fort Edmonton Park’s 1885 Street.

Ottewell Today

Ottewell features six religious assemblies, six schools and several parks, sports fields and facilities. Additionally a post-secondary institution, nearby King’s University College, is located just east of the neighbourhood. You will find Capilano Mall in the northeast corner of the neighbourhood as well as a branch of the Edmonton Public Library. Ottewell Plaza is located in the far south of the neighbourhood on 90 Avenue. The plaza offers a variety of shops that will tend to your needs and wants including a large grocery store for your convenience.

The six schools found in Ottewell: Three of these schools are operated by the Edmonton Public School System: Braemar Public School, Clara Tyner Elementary School, and Ottewell Junior High School. Austin O'Brien High School and St. Brendan Catholic Elementary School are operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System, and Suzuki Charter School Native Land is an independent charter school.

 Information and statistics provided by the City of Edmonton.

 

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

Listing information last updated on November 24th, 2017 at 5:31am MST.