This area is named after James Lauder, originally from Scotland, who farmed and owned land near the Lauderdale neighbourhood before the turn of the century. Lauderdale is bounded on the east by 97 Street, on the west by 113 A Street, on the north by 132 Avenue, and on the south by 127 Avenue.

Shopping services at Northgate Centre and North Town Mall are located just to the north along 97 Street. Access to CFB Edmonton to the north is also provided by 97 Street. Easy travel south along 97 Street provides access to the downtown core and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

There are two schools in the neighbourhood: Lauderdale Elementary School which is operated by the Edmonton Public School System and Ecole Pere-Lacombe (Francophone) which is operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System.

Made up of primarily single detached houses, approximately 16% of Lauderdales’s residents have moved within the previous twelve months. Just under half of all residents have lived there for at least five years.

The Grand Trunk Arena and the Grand Trunk Fitness and Leisure Centre are both located near the north west corner of Lauderdale.

Community League


Lauderdale Elementary School

Ecole Pere-Lacombe

Rosslyn School

Edmonton Bible Heritage Christian School


The Canadian Brewhouse

ATB Financial

Sunbake Pita Bakery

Mona’s Pizza