Chambery is the north-easternmost neighbourhood within the Castle Downs Extension plan area and was named after Chambery Castle or Château de Chambéry, an ancient French castle, restored many times over the centuries that still stands today.

It is a new neighbourhood in the Castle Downs area of northwest Edmonton made up entirely of single-detached homes and is 100% owner occupied. It is bounded on the west by 112 Street. Its southern boundary is half a block north of 173 A Avenue. It is an ideal neighborhood for persons working at Canadian Forces Base, located just to the north of the city. Connecting to the Anthony Henday Drive via the 97 Street junction makes commuting to other districts of the city for Chambery residents both convenient and quick.

Once complete, the neighbourhood will feature a central school site and two smaller pocket parks, which will both provide keystones within the integrated system of open spaces for Chambery. The St. Charles Catholic Church is located along the western edge of the neighborhood and the local green space is called Elsinore Chambery Park.


Nearby Amenities:

Designated Schools:

  • Baturyn School(K-6)
  • Mary Butterworth School(7-9)
  • Queen Elizabeth School(10-12)


  • Castle Bake Pita
  • Boston Pizza
  • Pizza Hut


  • Sobeys
  • Canadian Tire
  • Dollarama

Things to do:

  • Castlebrook Park
  • Hunters Green Golf Club
  • Beaumaris Lake



Link to Chambery Community League