Located in Edmonton’s north side, Casselman is bordered on the east by 50 Street, on the north by 153 Avenue, on the west by 58 Street and on the south by 144 Avenue. The area was named after Frederick Casselman who came to Edmonton in 1913 and left shortly after to serve in the war. After his return from World War I, he studied law at the University of Alberta. Casselman practiced in Edmonton for years before winning a seat in Federal parliament representing the Edmonton East riding.

Casselman has a great recreational area called McLeod Park, which provides 16 hectares for families to enjoy. About 70% of the neighborhood was developed during the boom period between 1970 and 1985, with half of the dwellings being row houses and the other half split between detached single homes and low rise apartments. Approximately two thirds of Casselman is owner occupied which is fairly average for the city. Although there are no schools in Casselman, the area is well served by those in the adjacent McLeod area.

Casselman is conveniently located just minutes away from the commercial hub at 50 Street and 137 Avenue, near Costco, Superstore, Future Shop and the movie theatre as well as several popular family restaurants.


Nearby Amenities:

Designated Schools:

  • McLeod School(K-6)
  • Steele Heights School(7-9)
  • M.E. LaZerte School(10-12)


  • Blaze Pizza
  • Five Guys
  • Thai Express


  • Cabela’s
  • Dollarama
  • HomeSense

Things to do:

  • McLeod Park
  • Londonderry Mall
  • Miller Park



Link to Casselman Community League