St. Albert Communities

Home is where your story is written. Choosing a great community to live in is important, so we’ve compiled some helpful information to help guide you on your journey.

Akinsdale - Akinsdale is a mid-size neighbourhood that sits on the outer border of St. Albert. It has a population of ~4,860 with an average age of 41.7. Although there is a… More...
Braeside - St. Albert was incorporated as a village in 1899 and as a town in 1904. Braeside’s development started in the 1900s, making it one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the… More...
Deer Ridge - The neighbourhood of Deer Ridge is aptly named because its northern edge borders Villeneuve Road, the boundary between developed lots and lush farm space. Those on the north side of… More...
Downtown St. Albert - The neighbourhood of Downtown is located in the centre of St. Albert, along the south bank of the Sturgeon River. The Downtown area is one of the oldest communities in… More...
Erin Ridge - While St. Albert had no desire to be annexed by Edmonton (see the history of Akinsdale for more information on that), it was interested in doing some annexing of its… More...
Erin Ridge North - Erin Ridge, one of St. Albert’s newer developments, approached capacity in the 2000s, prompting additional annexation on the northern side of the city. This was the start of Erin Ridge… More...
Forest Lawn - Sitting quietly on the eastern side of St. Albert, and beneath a canopy of mature elm trees, is the neighbourhood of Forest Lawn. Forest Lawn is characterized by those aforementioned… More...
Grandin - Grandin sits on the lower south side of St. Albert and has the distinction of being one of the oldest and largest neighbourhoods in the city. A population of ~7,300… More...
Heritage Lakes - Heritage Lakes is so named for the two water features that provide spots of tranquility in this neighbourhood. The community sits on the southernmost edge of St. Albert and is… More...
Inglewood - Inglewood is a very interesting neighboured that is atypical of the other communities within the city. A small population of residents are nestled between the Sturgeon River and Red Willow… More...
Jensen Lakes - Jensen Lakes is located west of St. Albert Trail and north of Villeneuve Road. This area is known for beautiful scenery, luxurious living, and for being the only beach neighbourhood… More...
Kingswood - Reigning over a small section of land of the eastern edge of St. Albert is the neighbourhood of Kingswood. Development started in 1980 and is still ongoing. Kingswood’s ~2,450 residents… More...
Lacombe Park - Lacombe Park is a large neighbourhood in central St. Albert. It is characterized by being a community with something for everyone: a choice of housing styles (single family, townhouse, duplex,… More...
Mission - St. Albert wouldn’t be the city it is today without the neighbourhood of Mission. In the 1860s, Father Lacombe and Bishop Taché stood on a hill overlooking the Sturgeon River… More...
North Ridge - The large neighbourhood of North Ridge is a newer development that straddles the bustle of the city on one side and the serene landscape one gets from living on the… More...
Oakmont - The Oakmont neighbourhood is located in the northeast quadrant of St. Albert, along the Sturgeon River. Development began in the early 1990s. Many of the homes have beautiful views of… More...
Pineview - As the 1970s wound down, the population boom in St. Albert slowed. There was still a need for development as demand for housing was still high, but there was a… More...
Riverside - Riverside is St. Albert’s newest community. Located minutes away from Big Lake and Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park, Riverside features detached single-family residences, duplexes, and townhomes. Residents have access to… More...
Sturgeon Heights - Nestled into the east side of St. Albert is the neighbourhood of Sturgeon Heights. From the start, Sturgeon Heights was developed as an inclusive community, with lots being zoned for… More...
Woodlands - Is it a coincidence that the neighbourhood of Woodlands is when seen from an aerial view, shaped like a leaf? The west side of Woodlands overlooks St. Albert Botanic Park,… More...