OXFORD

The Oxford neighbourhood is located in northwest Edmonton within the Palisades Area Structure Plan (ASP), and the land upon which the Palisades ASP sits was annexed to the City of Edmonton in 1982. Oxford forms the northwest corner of the Palisades.

The interior roadways within the neighbourhood are built around a central collector road from which a series of smaller loops and cul-de-sacs are connected. More about Oxford... 

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The dominant residential form in Oxford is the single-detached house, which accounts for almost 90% of all units within the neighbourhood. In addition to residential land use the neighbourhood also features a large central park site with space reserved for the construction of a local school, as well as a small lake which provides the dual function of managing stormwater and providing outdoor amenity space within the community.

Development of the Oxford Neighbourhood began in the late 1980’s and progressed from the area immediately west of 127th Street and 158th Avenue to the west, south and north. By December 1999, nearly all of the land in the southern two thirds of the neighbourhood had been developed. As of the end of the 2000s, the remaining third of the neighbourhood, in the north, had not yet begun to develop. One of the key features in the northern, undeveloped, third of the neighbourhood is a drained wetland that is seasonally wet. The Province of Alberta claimed ownership for this wetland under the Public Lands Act and any future development within the area will need to conform to applicable Provincial regulations on wetland disturbance and wildlife protection. Prior to urban development, most of the land within Oxford was used for agricultural cultivation.

All neighbourhoods within the Palisades ASP are named after early fur trade forts and posts. Oxford takes its name from the “Oxford House,” which was a Hudson’s Bay Company post in what is now southwest Manitoba.

Information taken from City of Edmonton website.

 

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

Listing information last updated on July 24th, 2017 at 9:02am MDT.