The neighborhood of Fraser was named after John Fraser, a settler of the area in the late 1800s and one of the first trustees of the nearby Belmont school. It is bounded on the west by Victoria Trail, on the north by 153 Avenue, on the east by the North Saskatchewan River and approximately 6 Street (due to recent expansion eastward into previously fielded areas), and on the south by 144 Avenue.

Similar to much of the Clareview area, development began in the early 1970s and consists of mostly single-family units. Fraser has fantastic access to the River Valley and the neighborhood is served by a centrally located school and recreation center. These features are without doubt, strong contributors to the reason the community is younger than average with over 30% of its residents under the age of 20. Almost half of Fraser’s households consist of married couples with children and around 70% are owner-occupied dwellings.

Once families move to Fraser they seldom move again. This is supported by the fact that almost 60% of residents have not recently moved from elsewhere in the city or abroad. Why would they? Nearby Victoria Trail, Yellowhead Trail and Anthony Henday Drive all provide generous access to southern and eastern districts of the city. Fraser is a north Edmonton gem.

Community League


Fraser School

Banner Elementary-Junior High School

John D Brocco School

St Bonaventure School

Kirkness School


Busy Feet Dayhome

Ziba Salon and Spa

Franco’s Pizza and Steak Hou