Windsor Park, Edmonton
The Windsor Park Community League was established in 1947 and has its community hall located at 118 Street and 87 Avenue. The league maintains an outdoor rink that benefits residents and people from outside of the community too.
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Location and Benefits
The central location is one of the benefits realized by the community’s residents. There is ease of access to other parts of the city, not only provided by rail but by LRT locations located at the University of Alberta campus.
Groat Road connects directly to St. Albert Trail, and leads to the Hawrelak Park and Emily Murphy Park, both located directly below the community in the river valley area. The Groat Road is also a connector for the community to downtown Edmonton, Westmount Centre, and the Telus World of Science.
University Avenue and 87 Avenue leads the residents of the community to Whyte Avenue and the area of Old Strathcona.
The main road south from the university area is 114 Street, giving ease of access to Southgate Centre, a large mall, and Whitemud Drive. Whitemud Drive is one of the key freeways that connects a lot of the city to West Edmonton Mall.
Both the University and Health Sciences LRT Stations are located on the University of Edmonton’s campus that adjoins the community. This is another option for mobility for the community for links downtown core, also northeast Edmonton, including the Commonwealth Stadium, the Coliseum and Northlands, to name a few.
The community residents have close contact to the Northern Jubilee Auditorium and the medical facilities that are plentifully provided by the University of Alberta Hospitals.
In 2012, the City of Edmonton recorded a municipal census and recorded the population of Windsor Park at 2,866, living in 493 dwellings, which was a -6.6% change from the population noted at 3,070. The land area is measured at 0.76 km2 (0.29 miles2) making its population density of 3,771.1 people/km2 in 2012.
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