Grovenor is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city of Edmonton, established in 1907. With deep community roots and a strong community league, Grovenor is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a place to call home. Featuring a mix of homes ranging from single-family homes to row houses and apartments.


Originally called Westgrove, Grovenor is bordered by 142 Street, 149 Street, 107 Avenue and the McKinnon Ravine. Bustling Stony Plain Road, a four-lane road bisects the neighbourhood and links downtown Edmonton to the western end of the city. All of this gives you easy access to all areas of the city of Edmonton with the added bonus of having easy access to neighbourhood green space.


The very active Grovenor Community League is the group that will easily get you feeling at home and connected with your neighbours. This community league offers a full range of programming and community activities that will enable you to make the most of the many parks, trails, McKinnon Ravine, and small-town feel of the neighbourhood. There is one school in the neighbourhood operated by the Edmonton Public School System: Grovenor School.


Grovenor is close to downtown, making it easy to go out for the night and check out the latest restaurant or take in a movie. When visiting Grovenor, make sure you take in the nearby neighbourhoods of McQueen, Canora, Crestwood, and Glenora.

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