When Jasper Place amalgamated with the city of Edmonton in 1964, it was the largest town in Canada. This neighbourhood has continued to grow and offers many top-notch amenities for residents and visitors the neighbourhood.

 

With a high school, fitness and leisure centre, branch of the Edmonton Public Library, a curling club and shopping centre - Jasper Place really is the neighbourhood that has something for everyone. With a mix of housing options, this is an ideal neighbourhood for families, new homebuyers or for those looking for a neighbourhood with lots of easy to access amenities.

 

The Jasper Place High School is operated by the Edmonton Public School System and is very involved in the community. For those of you looking for fitness and leisure options including swimming, public skating or even dry land training programs, be sure to visit the Jasper Place Fitness and Leisure Centre. For those seeking some quiet time or perhaps just a place to sit down and relax with a good book or magazine, the Jasper Place branch of the Edmonton Public Library is easily accessible by bus or by car. 

 

Jasper Place is bordered by 149 Street on the east, 170 Street on the west, the North Saskatchewan River on the south, and 118 Avenue on the north - giving it an ideal location. You get the best of city living combined with the green space offered by the North Saskatchewan River. 

 

If you're looking for something to do during the winter months, be sure to visit the Jasper Place Curling Club - the largest curling club in the city of Edmonton. The Meadowlark Park Shopping Centre can easily meet all of your daily shopping needs and is conveniently located.