Hazeldean was annexed to the City of Strathcona in 1907 and was joined with Edmonton by the 1912 amalgamation of Edmonton and Strathcona. It is located in the south east area of Edmonton and overlooks the Mill Creek Ravine. Hazeldean is bounded on the west by 99 Street, on the south by 63 Avenue, on the east by the Mill Creek Ravine, and on the north by 72 Avenue.

Development in Hazeldean began before the end of World War II when approximately just fewer than 10% of the residences were built. The majority of buildings were constructed between the end of World War II and 1960 followed by another 10% being built during the 1960s. The remaining construction took place after 1970.

Most residences in Hazeldean are single-family dwellings. This makes them the most common type of residence in the neighbourhood followed by row houses and duplexes. Over 60% of homes in Hazeldean are owner-occupied while only 38% are rented.

The neighborhood is served well educationally by Hazeldean Elementary School and École J. H. Picard School, which is the only Catholic school in Western Canada that provides complete French Immersion education from kindergarten to grade 12.

The nearby Argyll Sports Centre in the neighbourhood of Argyll to the east and the recreational opportunities located in the Mill Creek Ravine as well as The Doctor Gerald Zetter Care Centre, a hospital all add to local conveniences in the Hazeldean neighborhood.

Community League


Hazeldean Elementary School

J H Picard

Ecole Joseph-Moreau


Time Out Pub

Red Goose

Dairy Queen

Burger Baron