Regina Neighbourhoods

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Discover the vibrant and dynamic Cathedral area, a hub of activity and culture in the heart of Regina. Nestled within this community are two top-rated elementary schools, a bustling public library, an enriching arts center, and a thriving community center. Renowned for hosting the celebrated Cathedral Village Arts Festival, this neighborhood seamlessly blends historical charm with contemporary living.

Dating back predominantly to the 1940s, the architecture of Cathedral is a captivating fusion of timeless elegance and whimsical accents, contributing to its distinctive character. Stroll along tree-lined streets adorned with some of the city's most historic and impressive homes, offering picturesque views and a glimpse into Regina's rich heritage.

Experience the eclectic charm of 13th Ave, adorned with an array of independent boutiques, cozy cafes, and delectable restaurants. Enhancing the local shopping scene are conveniently located grocery stores and corner shops, ensuring easy access to daily essentials. Delight in the diverse selection of vintage clothing boutiques, upscale designer furniture stores, and charming used bookshops, adding to the neighborhood's allure.

Embrace an active lifestyle with amenities such as baseball diamonds, scenic bicycle paths, and ample green spaces, inviting residents to enjoy the outdoors and foster a sense of community. Cathedral's strategic location offers close proximity to downtown Regina, the city's premier off-leash dog park, educational institutions, parks, and vibrant nightlife, making it an ideal choice for families, students, and professionals alike.

Benefit from hassle-free commuting with convenient bus routes connecting Cathedral to the University of Regina, Sask Poly Tech campuses, and major shopping hubs, ensuring seamless access to essential services and recreational opportunities. Explore the endless possibilities that Cathedral has to offer, where history, culture, and modern conveniences converge to create a truly unique and desirable neighborhood experience.


Discover the charm of Lakeridge, Regina's premier lakeside neighbourhood nestled in the thriving North end. With convenient proximity to Rochdale Boulevards  diverse shopping and amenities, coupled with top-rated high schools and family-friendly dining options, Lakeridge is an ideal enclave for growing families.

Experience the allure of newer constructions surrounded by vast green spaces, offering a perfect blend of urban convenience and outdoor tranquility. Lit pathways along one of the city's lakes create enchanting evening strolls, while the nearby boat launch guarantees weekends filled with aquatic adventures.

Lakeridge boasts proximity to esteemed educational institutions like Riffel High School and Winston Knoll Collegiate, alongside the North West Leisure Centre, ensuring endless entertainment options for children and adults alike. From bustling big-box retailers to quaint boutique shops, and from wholesome family activities to vibrant nightlife, Lakeridge epitomizes modern suburban living. Explore the best of both worlds int Lakeridge Regina, where lakeside serenity meets urban excitement.

Dieppe Place

Predominantly constructed in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Dieppe Place borders the beautiful and expansive A.E. Wilson park on Wascana Creek. The park provides scenic walking or bicycling paths along the creek for those who enjoy an active lifestyle, as well as playspace for children. Only minutes from downtown, the area boasts a small population with a very active community association who organize community events of all kinds.

Interesting features of Dieppe Place are the historic Government House, a local tourist destination, and the RCMP museum, a nationally-renowned museum for its exhibits and architecture. Dieppe public elementary school accepts children from Kindergarten through Eighth grade, and both public and separate high schools are only a short drive away.

Dieppe Place is poised to benefit from the new development in the city’s southwest, as new businesses will undoubtedly provide excellent shopping and services, which Dieppe residents will be able to access with only a short drive. 

Normanview West

Normanview West is the perfect North Regina location for a permanent family home. A warm, family-friendly neighbourhood populated predominantly by married couples with children, Normanview West has just enough amenities to make it a practical neighbourhood without too much hustle and bustle.

A 1970s development boasting a huge amount of green space with Ruth Buck, Hastings, and Bastedo parks, Normanview West even has its own community-operated tree nursery in Ruth Buck Park! St. Joan of Arc separate elementary school is also located right in the neighbourhood.

While a warm, quiet community, Normanview West is also close to great shopping on Rochdale Boulevard, including a movie theatre, gym and several restaurants. It also has easy access to Ring Road for quick commuting.

Normanview West truly has the best of both worlds. 


 Welcome to Rosemont! A beautiful neighbourhood for families of all kinds!

A diverse population of all ages are the owners of over 75% of the homes in this quiet North Regina neighbourhood. One of many family-friendly neighbourhoods in the city, Rosemont has several outdoor rinks, bike paths in AE Wilson Park, and plenty of green space throughout the area. Schools in the neighbourhood include St. Francis separate elementary school, Walker public elementary school, and the Western Christian College.

Rosemont also has its own shopping centre, which provides many important amenities such as a grocery store, pharmacy and restaurants. Whatever needs can’t be satisfied in the neighbourhood can be found close by, as Albert Street and Lewvan Drive provide direct access to every imaginable service.

Come explore the warm, friendly feel of the Rosemont neighbourhood!

​Broders Annex

Considered one of the most desirable of Regina’s neighbourhoods, Broders Annex boasts postwar period homes, large lots, and cozy, tree-lined streets. The proximity to the University, East end, and downtown make this the perfect area for those with diverse interests. Wascana Lake, and the walking path around it, make this neighbourhood perfect for those who enjoy early morning jogs or evening strolls. Candy Cane Park to the south makes picnics a breeze, and the Science Centre provides entertainment for kids of all ages. The diversity of experiences available in Broders Annex makes it a great fit for young professionals, students and families alike.

Close to both Miller and Balfour high schools, as well as elementary schools in the neighbourhood itself, Broders Annex is great for families. The U of R is accessible via walking and bike paths around Wascana Lake. The large lots and cozy homes make entertaining a snap, and the low property taxes afford residents financial freedom, while enjoying the benefits of great amenities close by.

Broders Annex is close enough to the major attractions Regina offers without sacrificing tranquility. 

​Douglas Place

Looking for a small and warm neighbourhood, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet nearby necessary amenities? Douglas Place is a great area that will meet all your needs, and more!

Douglas Park is one of the few neighbourhoods in the city directly adjacent to beautiful Wascana Lake, which means it has direct access to all the walking and bike paths and open green space that the park has to offer. It also houses the Science Centre, making it a great area for families of all sizes. The neighbourhood is also off of Broad Street, with access to many amenities including convenience and grocery stores.

Unique architecture, in the 1970s constructions found in this friendly neighbourhood, offers a touch of class to the magnificent natural scenery.

A quiet, park neighbourhood with a cozy feel, Douglas Place showcases some of the best living Regina has to offer!


Eastview is prime real estate for young families and those looking to set down roots. Offering a tight-knit community, Eastview has a small neighbourhood population, lending to active involvement in events held at the community centre. Primarily built in the 1940s, the neighbourhood features high rates of home ownership with lots of families, thanks in part to Haultain Community School.

The community gardens, ball diamonds, soccer fields, and parks offer ample greenspace, accompanied by quiet streets for evening strolls with the whole family. The affordability of the neighbourhood allows residents to invest in their future without the burden of high cost of living, while still enjoying access to all the luxuries the city has to offer.

Located an equal distance from Regina’s downtown and all of the East end amenities, Eastview is also close to the Ross Industrial area, allowing for equally short commutes for those employed in the skilled trades, offices, and retail.

Eastview offers quiet, family living, where a smaller community means that neighbours can truly be neighbours.

​Transition Area

Regina’s Transition Area has it all. Whether it’s shopping, dining, working, learning, or community involvement, this downtown area is one of a handful in the city that can boast walking as the primary mode of transport. The Central Library, the library system’s crown jewel, is home to its own art gallery and movie theatre, in addition to community programs, family events, and books (of course). Cornwall Centre and the Scarth Street Mall provide some of the most unique sho pping in town, and more restaurants than you can shake a fork at. The pubs, restaurants, and concerts in Vic Park make this the ideal neighbourhood for those with a penchant for the nightlife. For kids, there is the Scarth Street Park, Victoria Park, and the Royal Saskatchewan Museum just a few minutes away. Public elementary and high schools are only a short drive away. Both Sask Poly Tech and the U of R campuses are available as direct-routes by Regina Transit from this area.

Regina’s downtown is undergoing a revitalization thanks to the pedestrian-only streets being converted and the bicycle lanes already implemented. The Transition Area is transforming itself into one of the most progressive neighbourhoods in Regina, and will undoubtedly be one of the most exciting! 

​Washington Park

Washington Park is a great, centrally located neighbourhood with affordable living in a friendly atmosphere.

This great neighbourhood provides access to several elementary schools, and Scott Collegiate public high school. Excellent bus routes provide efficient access to downtown and the University of Regina and Sask Poly Tech. The area also boasts affordable homes on large lots with low property taxes, making it a great neighbourhood for starting a family life or simply building equity in one’s future. This affordable neighbourhood is also ideal for students, and young professionals.

This neighbourhood is not only affordable and friendly, but is also a great community, with several active community centres and many neighbourhood events throughout the year. Washington Park is a wonderful neighbourhood for anyone looking for a close-knit community! 

​Warehouse District

Looking for an ultra-modern lifestyle with quick access to amenities and a fun nightlife? Then the Warehouse District is the perfect place for you.

Regina’s Warehouse District is one of the most unique neighbourhoods the city has to offer. With New York and Chicago-inspired loft and condo developments, the Warehouse District offers the most luxurious aspects of big city living, all well within short walking distance of the city’s downtown.

This neighbourhood also boasts live music clubs, the Dewdney nightclub strip, close proximity to Casino Regina, and unique shopping from high end furniture to second-hand book stores. The Warehouse District is the perfect neighbourhood for anyone looking f or a modern, fun lifestyle.

​Glencairn Village

Glencairn Village was established during the 60s and 70s, but also incorporates new construction, resulting in homes ranging from mid-sized to expansive on the area’s spacious lots. Well laid-out, the area is accessible and efficient for commuters to and from all corners of the city. The Ring Road and Victoria Avenue provide fast transport wherever you’re headed. The Glencairn Village shopping centre provides a public library branch, athletic space, restaurants, shopping, bowling and a local ice cream shop ensure that your time in the Village will be full of fun. St. Catherine separate elementary school, and the nearby public elementary and high schools provide for the educational needs of young families, and the affordability of Glencairn Village helps families make a strong start in the housing market.

Close to the East end’s exciting pace, yet far enough away to enable serene, family life, Glencairn Village is a great middle-ground for building a future free from stress.


Home to F.W. Johnson public high school, Judge Bryant public elementary, and St. Theresa separate elementary, Glencairn is perfect for families. Predominantly a residential area, the greenspaces, parks and athletic fields provide plenty of activities to keep active and keep busy.

Close to the Glencairn Village shopping complex, ice cream, restaurants and bowling are only a few minutes walk. And the East end’s impressive shopping district is just across Victoria Avenue, the convenient route to downtown for commuters. Boasting speedy access to the Ring Road, anything not in the area is only a quick trip away.

Primarily 1970s homes, with some new construction, the house prices in Glencairn offer unrivalled value in the burgeoning East end. With condo developments and new builds going up daily, Glencairn offers the East end lifestyle without the financial pressure of buying new. The quiet, neighbourhood feel allows families access to all the amenities, without the stress.

​River Bend

 Looking for a brand new home in an exciting development in Regina? Look no further than River Bend in Regina’s South East end!

Brand new condo developments and lots available for custom construction are all just a short walk from all of Quance Street’s great amenities, including great shopping, new cafes and restaurants, and endless services from groceries to shoe stores!

This new development is slated to feature a creekside walking path, boardwalk restaurants and scenic views as new residents will feel as if they have a private park in their own backyards, yet are only moments away from the lure of a big city.

River Bend is a promising new neighbourhood for those who want the best in their homes, and are willing to watch it unfold! 

​Spruce Meadows

Spruce Meadows is one of the newest areas in the expanding East end, boasting brand new homes and condominiums. Located in the midst of the newest developments, the neighbourhood benefits from advancements in modern building practices, including energy eff iciency, open concept floor plans, and enough space for the whole family. Whether condo or single family home, all of the spaces in Spruce Meadows are designed with modern lifestyles in mind. Acre upon acre of greenspace and playgrounds cater to families with children, along with Jack McKenzie public elementary school, located only a short walk away.

Only minutes away from some of the best shopping the city has to offer, the neighbourhood boasts every conceivable service and amenity. The nearby Sandra Schmirler Centre, including the Sunrise Public Library, provides swimming, a full gym, and countless community-run programs and events.

Future development planned for the area ensures that the neighbourhood will continue to thrive as new shops, restaurants, and services will be added to the already impressive list. Spruce Meadows is at the centre of the excitement. 

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