Steinhauer is bounded on the west by 111 Street, on the east by Calgary Trail, on the north by 34 Avenue. The boundary on the south is a utility corridor located just north of 29 Avenue. The neighborhood of Steinhauer is named after a Chippewa Indian missionary Henry Bird Steinhauer, who was in turn named for his adoptive German family. Known to be quite active in Western Canada as a minister and missionary in the mid-19th century, Steinhauer now has a beautiful neighborhood in south Edmonton honoring his name.

LRT access at nearby Century Park station in Ermineskin provides residents of Steinhauer easy commuting to the downtown core and University of Alberta campus. This also means good proximity to commercial amenities of both Southgate Mall and South Edmonton Common.

Development in the area began in the early 1970s and was largely complete by 1980; over 80% of buildings standing today were built before 1980. Steinhauer is a mix of single-detached houses, row houses and low-rise apartments. Approximately 75% of residences are owner-occupied dwellings.

Steinhauer is an established neighborhood of larger-than-average households: less than 20% of homes in Steinhauer have only one resident, and almost 50% have three or more. Most residents have lived in the area for more than five years.


Nearby Amenities:

Designated Schools:

  • Sweet Grass School
  • Steinhauer School
  • Ermineskin Community Preschool


  • PrimeTime Donair & Poutine
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Menjiro Ramen


  • Serengeti Edmonton
  • Ermineskin Shopping Centre
  • Save-On-Foods

Things to Do:

  • Little Caesars Pizza
  • Shoppers Drug Mart
  • YMCA


Link to the Steinhauer Community League