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Community scores operate on a 1–5 scale, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest. All results are based on statistics from MLS®, the City of Edmonton Open Data Catalogue, and other sources.
- A high Homes score means you’ll find a lot of available real estate listings in that neighbourhood.
- A high Family score means you’ll be close to schools and playgrounds, and everything is within walking and transit distance.
- A high Safety score means bylaw violations and traffic accident rates are low, and you’ll be close to emergency services.
- A high Recreation score means you’ll be close to sports and recreation areas.
- A high Lifestyle score means you’ll be close to shopping and entertainment.
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Average Listing Price
"Average Listing Price" is the average list price of all residential properties listed on the MLS® System in a given neighbourhood and includes condominiums, townhomes and single family detached homes. This is a market figure only and variations may not indicate a change in the price for any particular property.
In the years that followed World War II, Edmonton experienced considerable growth. Returning veterans started families, the baby boom got under way, and the discovery of several major oilfields surrounding the city were all contributing factors to a tremendous increase in the city’s population.
As a consequence, the demand for housing units increased dramatically. People were interested in subdivisions with large lots arranged in crescents and cul-de-sacs. Newer styles of housing, schools, and recreational facilities and relatively homogeneous land use were also important.
Greenfield is a neighbourhood that met these needs. Single-detached houses are the major structure type in Greenfield. Most are of above-average size and face quiet curvilinear streets. Greenfield is bounded on the north by a collector road and on the remaining three sides by arterial roadways.
The school and recreation sites are centrally located. A neighbourhood shopping plaza serves the needs of convenience shoppers. Additional retail and service businesses are located at the nearby Southgate shopping centre. The road network and public transit connections allow residents good access to destinations on Edmonton’s south side.
The neighbourhood was named in honour of Herbert Greenfield, leader of the United Farmers Party and premier of Alberta from 1921 to 1925.
Greenfield residents benefit from the close proximity to Whitemud Drive freeway to the north that crosses the city from the east and west. Residents are also a short drive from Century Park LRT station at 111th St. and 23 Ave. and the Southgate LRT station to the north providing easy public transit access to downtown and northeast Edmonton on the Capital Line. The Edmonton Transit System also maintains good bus service in the neighbourhood. For routes and schedules see: http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/edmonton-transit-system-ets.aspx ) Greenfield residents are close to the extensive bike and walking trails in Whitemud Park to the west. Extensive walking and bicycling maps are provided by the City of Edmonton at: http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/cycling_walking/cycling-walking-maps.aspx
Places of Worship
- Greenfield Community Church, 3712 114 St NW
- Mosaic House Church, 3935 114 St NW
- Presbyterian Church Dayspring. 11445 40 Ave. NW
Outside the neighbourhood but nearby:
- Southgate Alliance Church, 3916 107 Street NW
Why I Live in Greenfield
Jane Lee has lived in Greenfield since 2011. As the president of the Greenfield Community League, she describes other Greenfield residents as very friendly. “I decided to get involved in the community league to help others get connected with each other and to help create a vibrant centre within our neighbourhood,” she said. Jane and her husband and their golden retriever enjoy the easy access to many open spaces. “Greenfield is a family oriented neighbourhood. It's also within a close distance to many amenities and has great green spaces in and surrounding the neighbourhood,” said Jane.
Greenfield is close to the Snow Valley Ski Club, Rainbow Valley Campground and the Whitemud Park and ravine trail system. A few blocks north is Southgate Centre, south Edmonton’s largest shopping centre with more than 164 stores and services.
Sports, Recreation and Parks
In addition to J.A. Werner Park and W.E. Werner Park, Greenfield Park features the Greenfield Community Hall, ice rink, playground, spray park, tennis courts and skate shack. Just outside the neighbourhood is Aspen Gardens Park and the public Confederation Leisure Centre, at 11204 43 Ave., that features a salt water pool, whirlpool, steam room, and indoor ice rink. Outdoor facilities include tennis courts, sports fields, and a running track. The private Derrick Golf and Winter Club, at 3500 119 St, features a golf course and athletic facility, spa, swimming pool, fitness facilities, badminton, curling and tennis.
Crime and Safety
A good source of neighbourhod statistics is contained within the Edmonton Police Service Neighbourhood Crime Map at http://crimemapping.edmontonpolice.ca/
Commercial and retail businesses are located in Petrolia Mall at 11411 40 Ave that includes a grocery store, daycare centre, at 119th St. and 40th Ave. and in and around the nearby Southgate Centre.
Vernon Barford Junior High School, at 32 Fairway Dr NW, offers 18 regular classes and nine challenge classes for grades seven to nine, as well as programming for English language learners and literacy students. Complementary courses include French as a second language, Spanish language and culture, art, drama, instrumental music, fashion studies, food studies, construction and career explorations. Special needs students are integrated into regular programming where appropriate.
Greenfield Elementary School, at 3735 114 St. NW, is a public bilingual school serving about 500 students in two programs: English and French Immersion. The school’s mission is to be a school of excellence that ensures high levels of learning are possible for all students.
St. Stanislaus, at 3855 114 St, NW, is a Catholic French immersion elementary school. The school provides children with a Christian environment that fosters high achievement, responsibility, generosity, honesty, integrity, tolerance and the pursuit of individual excellence.
Outside the neighbourhood but nearby:
Richard Secord School, at 4025 117 St. NW, is a public school offering Regular English, French Immersion and Cogito Alternative. All three programs are enhanced by second language programming in either French or Spanish.
Other nearby schools include Westbrook School at 11915 40 Ave NW, St. Boniface Catholic School at 11810 40 Ave NW, Harry Ainlay High School at 4350 111 St. NW and Louis St. Laurent Junior and Senior High School at 11230 43 Ave, NW.
The only health care service within the neighbourhood is the Shepherd’s Care Greenfield at 3820 114 St, an affordable supportive living facility for about 30 people. Other health services are at Southgate Centre. The nearest hospital is at the University of Alberta.