McQueen is an older residential neighbourhood in North West Edmonton and was named for Reverend David McQueen, the minister of the city’s first Presbyterian church .  The community is laid out in the shape of a square and is defined on the north by 111th Avenue and on the south by 107th Avenue. 142nd and 149th Streets are the east and west boundaries. 

Most of McQueen’s development took place in the post-World War II housing boom, with another burst of construction occurring in the late 1990’s. About half of the dwellings are detached single-family homes, with low level apartment buildings accounting for the other half. The proportion of renters to owners in this area is also a roughly equal split. The population in this mature neighbourhood is demographically older with a quarter of the residents over the age of 60.  The average home price here is around $390,000. 

Residents of McQueen enjoy many retail and recreational amenities within the nearby vicinity and they also have easy access to downtown, which is about a 10 minute drive from the area. Coronation Park nearby offers picnic sites and green space for residents to enjoy and the area’s many schools offer multiple playgrounds for children. There are four schools within McQueen itself including two Christian School options and a Jewish school as well. 


Nearby Amenities:

Designated Schools:

  • Coronation School (K-6)
  • Westminster School (7-9)
  • Ross Sheppard High School (10-12)
  • Archbishop MacDonald High School is located within McQueen as well and is a high academic facility


  • Boston Pizza
  • Vi’s for Pies
  • The Second Cup
  • Tony Roma’s


  • West mount Shopping Centre
  • Dutch Delicious Bakery
  • Wholesale Club 
  • Safeway

Entertainment and Things to Do:

  • Telus World of Science
  • West Edmonton Mall 
  • The River Valley nearby
  • The Royal Alberta Museum nearby
  • Coronation Park

Link to the McQueen Community League