Wild Rose

LIVE IN SOUTH EAST EDMONTON

The neighborhood of Wild Rose, like all others in the Meadows region of Edmonton’s south east, is named after local flora. Wild Rose is named after Alberta’s official flower, since the 1930s, Rosa acicularis.

Wild Rose is just east of the neighborhood of Millwoods. With 86% of residences build after 1990, this area is considered newer, consisting mainly of single family dwellings, some apartment styled condos and a few low rise buildings with less than five stories. Statistics show that the roadways, sidewalks and playgrounds in this neighborhood exceed the city’s average, contributing to an atmosphere of community pride. No wonder it is considered one of Edmonton’s hidden gems with over 50% of its residents moving to Wild Rose from elsewhere in Edmonton and 65% of these with young children at home.

Mill Creek Ravine marks the southern boundary of Wild Rose with neighboring Silver Berry and offers a natural asset that is perfect for runners, cyclists or dog owners. Families enjoy the convenience of a junior high school located within the area.

Community League

Schools:

Blair McPherson School

Velma E. Blaker School

Father Troy Michael School

Mary Hanley Elementary School

Amenities:

Royal Bank

Save-on-Foods

Sobey’s

Shoppers Drug Mart

Meadow Brook Husky

Supercuts

Planet Beach Tanning

McDonald’s Restaurant

7-Eleven

Carwash Express