Tweddle Place, Edmonton
The neighborhood is represented by the North Millbourne Community League which was founded in 1975. It maintains an outdoor rink and community hall. Currently it is fundraising for the development of a futuristic playground.
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Tweddle Place is bounded to the north by Whitemud Drive, to the west by 91 Street, to the east by 76 Street, and to the south by 38 Avenue and Mill Woods Road.
Tweddle Place had a population of 3,128 people living in 1,141 dwellings according to the City of Edmonton’s 2012 municipal census. This was 4.4% lower than its recorded population of 3,272 people in 2009. With a land area measuring 1.1 km2 (0.43 square miles), its population density was 2,792.9 people/km2 in 2012.
Most of the residential development in Tweddle place happened during the 70s according to the 2001 federal census. This is when approximately eight out of ten (82.1%) homes were built. Most of the rest of Tweddle Place’s construction was completed by 1990.
In the 2005 municipal census, five out of ten (50%) of all residential homes were single-family houses. Roughly three out of ten (28%) units are rented accommodations in low-rise apartment buildings consisting of less than five storeys. Approximately one in five (18%) are townhouses and a small percentage (5%) are duplex builds. Just under six in ten homes (59%) are occupied by their owners and two out of five (41%) are rented.
According to the 2005 municipal census, almost one in five (17.3%) of the community’s residents moved within the last twelve months. Most of the community (53.4%) had lived at the same address for at least five years, and approximately one in five (18%) had moved within the previous one to three years.
Tweddle place has four schools. The Edith Rogers Junior High School and the Malcolm Tweddle Elementary School are operated by the Edmonton Public School System. The former independent k-12 school, Millwoods Christian School (MCS) was founded in 1978. Firstly, directed by the Calvary Community Church, now being offered as an alternative program by the Edmonton Public School Board. St. Hilda Junior High School is operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System.
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