Come to Westridge to enjoy the splendor of the great outdoors, within the City of Edmonton. Located in west Edmonton, Westridge is a mature neighbourhood that offers incomparable access to river valley parks and ravines, perfect for the active and adventurous home owner, and those seeking the quiet of one of Edmonton’s premiere mature neighbourhoods.
Nestled among river valley parks, Westridge is bound to the north and east by Patricia Ravine and the North Saskatchewan River Valley, to the south by Wolf Willow Ravine, and to the west by 170 Street. This 170 Street boundary is the only entry point into the neighbourhood via Whitemud Drive, leaving the rest of Westridge surrounded by the amazing natural splendour that the Edmonton river valley has to offer. The City of Edmonton has strategically placed pedestrian and bike paths, so bring your bike and join your neighbours in the great outdoors!
The Westridge area used to be home to Wolf Willow Farm. To honour the farm in a fun way, the neighbourhood’s main thoroughfare is named after it, and each street name starts with a “W”. Most of the residences are single family homes that were built along curvilinear roads and keyhole crescents in the 1970s.
Westridge sits on the edge of nature and convenience, with the North Saskatchewan River Valley and Whitemud Drive at one’s door. This gives the people of Westridge great access to the cities many fun sites, including Fort Edmonton Park and West Edmonton Mall. The Westridge Wolf Willow Country Club Community League was established in 1977 and still offers a community hall, outdoor rink, and tennis courts. Of course, you’ll find the prestigious Edmonton Country Club in nearby Oleskiw as well. If you’re a golf fan, membership should be on your radar.
Westridge Park and Rio Park play host to popular walking paths as well, making it easy to enjoy the outdoors. Westridge is a well-established neighbourhood with over half of the residents having lived there for over five years. Join the community today and see why people have made their homes in Westridge.