Lago Lindo


Lago-Lindo is a neighborhood in Edmonton’s north side that is bounded on the west by 97 Street, on the east by 91 Street, and on the south by 167 Avenue. The area to the north of the neighbourhood is still undeveloped although bordered by the newly developed Anthony Henday Drive.

The neighborhood of Lago-Lindo provides access to two elementary schools: one Catholic and one public.

As part of the area’s Lake District which is all water themed, Lago-Lindo’s name means “pretty lake” in Spanish. There are two storm water lakes in the neighborhood: Valencia and Andorra. But Lago-Lindo is older than some of the Lake District neighborhoods. Its development actually began in the 1970s and picked up in the early 1980s; almost 60% of currently standing houses went up from 1980-1985.

Lago-Lindo’s residents are a little more established and over 70% are classified as “non-movers” who have been in the area for at least a few years. Over 90% of homes are owner-occupied. The greatest single demographic in Lago-Lindo is people in their 40s which make up of 20% of the otherwise diverse population.

Easy access to the Canadian Forces Base is convenient for any military workers seeking new homes and 97th Street provides a quick commute route to the downtown core.

Community League


Bishop Greschuk Catholic Elementary School

Lago Lindo School


Cookies by George


Marina’s Cuisine

Lakeview Pub & Grill