The neighborhood of Duggan was named after JJ Duggan, an early settler who immigrated to the Edmonton area back in 1891. At the young age of 23, he went on to become a pillar of the Strathcona community, eventually serving as Mayor of the town.

Duggan is bounded on the west by 111 Street, on the east by Calgary Trail, on the south by 34 Avenue, and on the north by 40 Avenue and 106 Street, with a line running half a block north of 40 A Avenue. Duggan’s development began back in the 1960s, and was approximately 80% complete by 1980. Around 60% of the buildings in Duggan are single-detached homes and around 30% are low-rise apartments, with the rest being semi-detached homes and row houses. Offering residents a short drive to local shops, small businesses and organic grocers of the famous Whyte Avenue district, Duggan also provides an easy commute to downtown via Gateway Boulevard.

Duggan is educationally served by St. Augustine Catholic School. Residents of the area enjoy delicious Chinese cuisine at the Beijing Beijing restaurant on Calgary Trail, along the border of the neighborhood.


Community League


St. Augustine Catholic School

Greenfield School

St Stanilaus Catholic School

Sweet Grass School

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


J and R Bar and Grill

The Self Centre Massage and Wellness Spa

Duggan Family Dental