Hudson is named after the Hudson’s Bay Company post, Hudson House, located 40 kilometers west of present-day Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and is a newer residential neighbourhood in the north west of Edmonton. Before development, the site was home of Edmonton International Speedway, a drive-in theatre, and a driving range.

Hudson is bounded on the east by the commercial area fronting 127 Street, on the north by Cumberland Road and on the west by an existing industrial area and 140 Street. The southern boundary of the neighbourhood is delineated by the commercial development fronting onto 137 Avenue. Hudson is bounded on three sides by the neighbourhood of Pembina and on one side by the neighbourhood of Cumberland. A short distance to the east is the Castle Downs neighbourhood of Baranow. A short distance to the south is the neighbourhood of Wellington.

Almost four out of five residences in the neighbourhood are single-family dwellings. All but one of the remaining are duplexes and almost all residences are owner-occupied.

Hudson Park offers families recreational opportunities and a variety of businesses located on 137 Avenue provide shopping, coffee shops and popular box stores.

Community League


Elizabeth Finch Elementary-Junior School

St Timothy Catholic School

Kensington School


Burger King

EB Games

Dukes Bar and Grill