Eaux Claires


This neighborhood’s name means “Clear Waters” in French and refers to the ponds and streams for which the wider Lake District is also named. With beautiful parks and a centrally located primary school, Eaux Claires is an attractive neighborhood for young families. The area has a somewhat younger feel to it and is less established than average with 66% of residents having moved to the area only recently.

Bounded on the north by 167 Avenue, on the west by 97 Street, and on the south by 153 Avenue, it has an east boundary that runs along a line located between 89 Street and 90 Street.

Eaux Claires was considered a rural area up until the adoption of a development plan in 1983. By the late 1990s, home building was under way with great fervour and statistics show that 97% of the neighborhood’s homes were built after 1995. Evenly split between single detached homes and low-rise apartments, the area also has a few duplexes and most homes, over 90%, are owner occupied.

Conveniently located near the Anthony Henday Ring Road 97 Street on ramp, Eaux Claires’ residents gain access to other quarters of the city in less than 20 minutes.

Community League


Edmonton Film School

Edmonton Public School


MC College – Edmonton

All Saints Anglican


Rosedale Food, Carlton Grocery, Julie’s Grocery, Starbuscks, Rigoletto’s Cafe, Little Caesers Pizza, The Marc Restaurant Group Ltd, Baker Centre Pharmacy, Tattered Rose, Nellie McClung Park, Kinsmen Park, Beaver Hills House, Queen Elizabeth Park, Edmonton Film School, FAVA-Film & Video Arts Society-Alberta.