Delwood is located in Edmonton’s north side, bounded by 137 Avenue on the north, 132 Avenue on the south, 66 Street to the east and 82 Street to the west. The neighborhood is named after Edward Delesert Grierson who settled in Edmonton in 1893 after a career in the railroad and construction business. He became a prominent landowner and local politician and downtown Edmonton’s Grierson Hill is also named in his honour.

80% of the development in Delwood took place in the 1960s and the neighborhood’s residents are older than average with 42% being over 50. Most homes are owner occupied and this is partly what makes Delwood a quaint and established area; 73% of residents classified as “non-movers” have called the neighborhood home for years. Being close to the Belvedere LRT station makes downtown commuting easy.

There are two elementary schools in the area, Delwood Elementary and St. Vladimir Elementary with Delwood Elementary offering Ukrainian bilingual and French immersion language programs.

Less than 10 minutes to the north is Londonderry Mall and the Yellowhead Trail nearby provides arterial convenience for commuting across the city.

Community League


Princeton School

Delwood Elementary School

St Vladimir Elementary

Balwin School


For more information, please visit Edmonton Public Schools or Edmonton Catholica Schools


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