Regina Neighbourhoods Part Three

​Sherwood Estates

Mostly comprised of families in the 35-44 year age group with children, Sherwood Estates is family-centered. Centennial and W.H. Ford public elementary and St. Jerome separate elementary schools are accessible, and older kids have both Winston Knoll Collegiate and Riffel high school to choose from.

Built in the 1970s and 80s, Sherwood Estates offers large homes on beautiful lots. This peaceful neighbourhood is close to the Northwest Leisure Centre and plenty of recreational spaces for sports and family outings. Shopping is available with Sherwood Estates lying equal distance between the Rochdale shopping district and the Normanview Mall. Theatres, restaurants, pubs and cafes ensure an active nightlife for those so inclined. McCarthy Boulevard, Pasqua Street and the Ring Road make travel a snap for commuters.

A true family neighbourhood, Sherwood Estates offers all the accoutrements of new, with all the comforts of home.

​Walsh Acres

A beautiful family neighbourhood nestled in the city’s North end, Walsh Acres offers affordable houses in all shapes and sizes.

Henry Janzen and George Lee public elementary schools, St. Bernadette separate school, as well as Winston Knoll Collegiate and Michael A. Riffel high schools in the area mean that growing families have choices in their children’s education without having to commute.

Equal distance from the Rochdale shopping district and the Normanview mall, Walsh Acres is affordable living with all the benefits of more expensive neighbourhoods. Nearby are a top-notch fitness club, multi-screen movie theatre, cafes, restaurants, boutique shopping, and big box stores.

High rates of home ownership, quiet residential streets, and good access to the Ring Road for commuters make Walsh Acres a very well-rounded area.

​Mount Royal

High rates of home ownership by a diverse population is one of the benefits of this quiet North Regina neighbourhood. Close to several outdoor rinks, bike paths in AE Wilson Park, and plenty of green space, Mount Royal is perfect for active families. Mount Royal shares St. Francis separate elementary school, Walker public elementary school, and the Western Christian College with neighbouring Rosemont. Also nearby is Luther College separate high school.

Mount Royal offers quick access to downtown and the south end via Dewdney Avenue and Lewvan Drive, two main thoroughfares. The jogging paths and park areas make for beautiful evening strolls with low traffic noise and unrestricted views to the west.

If family living is in your future, Mount Royal is the perfect backdrop.


Established in the 1970s, the Normanview area proudly offers some of the best shopping in the city, coupled with quiet residential crescents and bays. The high rate of ownership of the houses in this area, as well as their great condition shows how much the residents care about their community. The large lots offer plenty of space for backyard barbecues, playing with the kids, and are perfect for pets. The four beautiful and spacious parks include an outdoor rink, walking paths, and a creek running throughout.

One separate elementary school is in Normanview, but neighbouring areas feature public elementary and high schools within very short distances.

The Normanview Mall offers groceries, licensed family restaurants, a world-class fitness facility, a ten-screen movie theatre, a drug store, and plenty of other retail shops, all within walking distance! McCarthy Boulevard and the Ring Road provide easy routes to all other areas of the city, and buses traveling downtown leave hourly.

Normanview is a beautiful and friendly place to put down roots, where residents proudly care for the community they love.

​Pioneer Village

Located on the West side of Regina, Pioneer Village is the home of some of the oldest homes in the city. The houses in the area vary wildly, from 500 square foot condominiums to enormous two-story family homes. All residents have access to the area’s scenic walking and bicycling paths that run through the entire neighbourhood in addition to numerous soccer pitches, baseball diamonds, and soccer pitches.

Luther College High School is located in Pioneer Village, as are the RCMP Heritage Museum, Government House, and a few retirement homes. Access to downtown is excellent via Arcola Avenue, and Lewvan Drive and McCarthy Boulevard provide access to every other area in the city. Shopping, whether for new clothes or just groceries, is only a few minutes drive.

Pioneer Village is a quiet residential area suited to people of all ages. There are amenities galore available within a few minutes’ drive and there are enough green spaces to explore for years.

​Regent Park

One of Regina's hidden gems, Regent Park is the perfect family neighbourhood with mid-priced homes and beautiful surroundings!

This quiet area boasts many pathways and park space, including a small creek running through much of the green space. Even the alleyways behind the beautiful homes are spacious and clear, allowing for garage access for most of the homes.

Regent Park also has many amenities close by, including numerous shopping centres on Rochdale Boulevard, a short drive from Normanview mall, and quick, convenient access to downtown. Elsie Myronuck public elementary school is also in the neighbourhood.

Regent Park stands out as a convenient, beautiful and family-friendly neighbourhood!


Located on the Northwest side of Regina, Westhill residents are treated to breathtaking views of the famous Saskatchewan sunsets, unobstructed by buildings and cityscape. Primarily built in the 1970s

and 80s, Westhill is a neighbourhood of single family homes with a very high rate of home ownership. Residents are predominantly families with high school aged children, but all are welcome in this friendly and tranquil community.

Westhill Park offers athletic fields for soccer, field hockey, and track and field, as well as basketball courts and a play structure. Venture Park features walking and bicycling paths along the creek, and plenty of greenspace. Fitness facilities, spas, shopping and restaurants are found in the Harbour Landing development to the south. Downtown is only a ten minute drive, and Westhill is located perfectly for commuters to the new Global Transportation Hub.

Reasonably sized homes at great prices await in Westhill. Luther College High School, Sheldon Williams, Winston Knoll, Riffel and Martin high schools are all just a short distance away. No elementary schools are in Westhill, but neighbouring communities have plenty to choose from.

Located away from the clamour of the city, Westhill is quiet, diverse, friendly and welcoming.

​Arnheim Place

Arnheim Place offers some of Regina’s best recreational spaces. This family friendly neighbourhood is far enough from traffic to eliminate the noise and risk, while still providing easy access to downtown, the University of Regina, and the Sask Poly Tech campus.

Home to Candy Cane Park and the Kramer Imax/Saskatchewan Science Centre, Arnheim has everything families need. Walking/jogging paths trace the shores of Wascana Lake, providing residents with beautiful views and the perfect backdrop to active living. A new outdoor skateboard park is especially attractive to those with a penchant for adventure (and danger!). Within walking distance is an elementary school, separate and public high schools, a grocery store, and convenience stores. The wide tree-lined streets are the envy of other neighbourhoods

1950s and 1960s-constructed homes provide less expensive options to buying new or building, and Arnheim Place has homes of all sizes and layouts to accommodate the unique needs of its residents. From simple A-frame houses to large open-concept bungalows, this neighbourhood caters to the diverse needs of home buyers.

Arnheim Place is one of the most sought-after areas in the city for people who appreciate the best the city has to offer.

​Churchill Downs

Originally designed as post-war housing built for homecoming veterans in the 1940s, Churchill Downs caters largely to a mature population. Affordable, reasonably-sized homes provide low overhead for singles, young families, and seniors. However, the neighbourhood is also home to some uniquely designed homes. Large lots and old-growth trees only add to the beauty of the area.

Close to Imperial and McDermid public and St. Michael’s separate elementary schools, young children have just a short walk to class. Usher Collegiate and Harvest City Christian Academy provide for grades nine through twelve. Parks and sporting grounds provide plenty of after-school entertainment.

Only minutes from downtown and the Northgate mall, groceries, restaurants and shopping are no concern for residents of Churchill Downs. Pride in ownership is very apparent in the neighbourhood, with beautifully landscaped yards and well-maintained homes. Churchill Downs is a great place for people from all walks of life.

​Coronation Park

Coronation Park residents enjoy the welcoming attitude of neighbours, the accessibility of good schools close to home, and the acres and acres of park space.

Coronation Park, Regina Huda and Gladys McDonald public elementary schools offer walking distance to every student in the neighbourhood. Thom and O’Neill public and St. Peter separate high schools are centrally located in the area. Regent Pool, ice skating rinks, the Pasqua Neighbourhood Recreation Centre, and an incredible amount of parks keep children and adults busy and active in this thriving neighbourhood.

Home to plenty of families of all ages and sizes, Coronation Park is a welcoming and diverse group of people amidst the city’s centre. Close enough to Pasqua Street to access the Rochdale Boulevard shopping district, and only blocks away from Albert Street for access to every other area of the city, Coronation Park is the perfect home base for families who need access to the whole city.

Family homes and friendly attitudes can be found in Coronation Park, where plenty of schools and parks make for pleasurable living.


Cityview is a small residential area near the city’s North end. The Northgate Mall and all of North Albert Street’s amenities provide entertainment, groceries, shopping and services. Affordable houses and apartments make this area perfect for young singles, families, and retirees. There are elementary schools close by, and high schools are only a short drive away.

Broad Street and the Ring Road provide excellent access points to all areas of the city for commuters. The large park areas and nearby recreational facilities enable plenty of outdoor adventures.

Cityview is a neighbourhood just off the beaten path, but still close enough to participate in the city’s best shopping and entertainment. Affordable homes, friendly neighbourhoods, and a sense of community make Cityview an excellent choice.

​Dominion Heights

As an older neighbourhood close to the East end of Regina, Dominion Heights residents benefits from all of the new development in the area, but also get to enjoy the old trees, scenic walking paths around Wascana Lake, and the network of parks that surround the neighbourhood.

Homes in this area range from modestly-sized family homes to sprawling mansion-esque homes that offer all the luxuries available. Since the neighbourhood is bounded by Wascana Lake and the Ring Road, through-traffic is nonexistent, resulting in very quiet, safe streets. The Wascana Lake paths make morning jogs and evening walks an absolute pleasure, and the Saskatchewan Science Centre/Imax at the opposite end of Candy Cane Park make for fun-filled family adventures.

Public and separate elementary and high schools are all within walking distance, and the University of Regina is just a fifteen minute walk around the lake. Groceries and services are available just east of Dominion Heights in the bustling Quance Street shopping district.

Dominion Heights is a neighbourhood that offers it all: quiet streets, beautiful homes, old-growth trees, walking and jogging paths, exceptional access to schools and shopping, and homes suited to your needs. This area is one of the best-kept secrets in the city.

General Hospital

The General Hospital area is, as the name suggests, home to the Regina General Hospital. But that’s not all. Only a few minutes walk from downtown, this area is perfect for business professionals. The affordability of the area also makes it great for families, as do Thomson public elementary school and both Balfour Collegiate and Miller Comprehensive high schools.

A very young population, the area is predominantly singles living in the houses, apartments and condos the neighbourhood offers. One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Regina, General Hospital features large trees and diverse and interesting architectural design. Homes range from 500 to 2000 square feet, meaning there’s something for everyone.

The proximity to downtown also enables an active lifestyle, as there are countless restaurants, cafes and bars all within walking distance. Victoria Avenue and Broad Street allow quick access to the University of Regina and Sask Poly Tech, as well as the East end’s shopping and services.

General Hospital is a young and vibrant neighbourhood perfectly suited to professionals, young families, and those looking for a touch of charm.

​Glen Elm Park

One of the most affordable neighbourhoods in East end Regina, Glen Elm Park doesn’t come up short on services. Restaurants, banking and shopping are all easily accessed in this sleepy neighbourhood. Close to the Ross Industrial area, downtown and the Quance Street shopping area, Glen Elm residents can partake in the best the city has to offer without sacrifice.

Elementary schools can be found in neighbouring areas, and high schools, including Balfour Collegiate, Miller Comprehensive, Cochrane, and F.W. Johnson high schools are all very close. Crescent Park offers play structures and park space. Glencairn shopping is within walking distance, providing groceries, restaurants, an ice cream shop, and a public library branch.

Only five minutes from the East end’s premium shopping experience and the same distance to downtown, Glen Elm Park is an affordable way to have the best of both worlds.

​Highland Park

Highland Park is a great catch-all neighbourhood. Close to both Lewvan Drive and Rochdale shopping, it offers services, restaurants and retail stores to satisfy any appetite. Predominantly an older population, Highland Park has seen an influx of young families in the last decade. The area’s convenient location is good for students, shoppers and commuters alike.

Imperial, McDermid and St. Michael elementary schools, and Robert Usher Collegiate and Harvest City Christian Academy high schools support educational needs. Park space, sports facilities and pedestrian-friendly walking paths facilitate an active lifestyle, regardless of age.

An affordable neighbourhood to set down roots in, Highland Park meets all the needs of potential residents.

​Ross Industrial

The Ross Industrial area is the city’s largest centre for employment in the industrial sector. Featuring no residential living, it boasts some of the biggest employers in manufacturing, trades and transportation. Neighbouring Eastview makes an excellent home base for those employed in the area. Ring Road access makes this area easily accessible from both the North and East ends as well.


Developed in the past ten years, the Creekside neighbourhood offers elegant, upscale living just outside the bustling East end shopping district. Predominantly made up of young families, it boasts quick commuter access to both Ross Industrial area, the biggest source of trades and fabrication employment, via Prince of Wales as well as downtown offices via Victoria Avenue. Houses in this area feature some of the most modern accoutrements, including open floor plans, attached garages, enough room for large families, and energy-efficient building materials.

Close-by amenities include a wide selection of excellent restaurants, pubs and sports bars, big-box shopping centres, and every imaginable service from doctors to oil change outfits. The East end is also growing quickly, attracting more retailers every year.

Schools in the area include F.W. Johnson public high school, Judge Bryant public elementary, and St. Theresa separate elementary, all located in neighbouring Glencairn. Greenspaces and play structures ensure beautiful scenery. Families of all sizes and ages will find what they need to work, play, learn and grow in Creekside.

​East Pointe Estates

Established in the 1990s, East Pointe Estates is a high-end East end development, comprised of single family homes and condominiums with open concept layouts and all of the latest trends in home design. Predominantly young families (30-44 years old is the average age of residents), the neighbourhood has elementary schools and parks within walking distance, as well as high schools only a short drive away.

The East end’s retail shopping centres are just across Victoria Avenue, which also serves as the main route to downtown and the rest of Regina. The Ross Industrial area, a major employment area for tradespeople and transportation workers, is also easily accessed via Prince of Wales Drive.

East Pointe Estates offers convenient East end living for families, with the benefits of new construction and the latest in home design.

​Greens on Gardiner

This brand new development features some of the East end’s most prestigious and inspired home design. The new construction focuses on green building, incorporating numerous energy-saving building features. The 40 acres of park space, including extensive walking, jogging, and bicycle paths make this one of the most environmentally responsible neighbourhoods in Regina.

Nearby schools include Jack Mackenzie and W.F. Ready public elementary schools and St. Marguerite Bourgeoys separate elementary school. High schools, Sask poly Tech, and the University of Regina are accessed via Victoria Avenue, Arcola Avenue and the Ring Road. Also close by is the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre which has a swimming pool, community events, programming for people of all ages, fitness facilities, and also houses the Sunrise branch of the Regina Public Library. East end amenities

include shopping, restaurants, doctors’ offices, pharmacies, pubs, daycares, cafes, and many other services.

The Greens on Gardiner provides new homes with environmentally friendly construction, scenic parks, and access to all the East end’s shopping and services.

​Gardiner Heights

This tranquil 1980s residential area provides a home to residents of all ages. Single family homes and condominiums with impressive square footage at reasonable prices make this neighbourhood very desirable. East end amenities, including shopping, services, restaurants, pubs and cafes, are easily accessed via University Park Drive or Prince of Wales Drive.

Commuters can travel effortlessly to work via the Ring Road, Victoria Avenue or Arcola Avenue. Gardiner Heights residents can take advantage of the numerous parks and pathways found throughout the neighbourhood, making for excellent athletic pursuits or just casual strolls. The Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre, featuring the Sunrise Library, is only a few minutes walk away, as is the man-made lake and walking paths around it. Children attend W.F. Ready public or St. Marguerite Bourgeoys separate elementary school, and Balfour Collegiate, Miller Comprehensive, Campbell Collegiate, Sask Poly Tech, and the University of Regina are within easy driving distance. Public transportation is also available from many points in the neighbourhood. Gardiner Heights is a perfect place to settle down.

The bays and crescents of Gardiner Heights afford residents a true neighbourhood experience, while allowing residents to take advantage of the large and vibrant East end community.

​Gardiner Park

Gardiner Park is another 1980s development in East end Regina, offering crescents and bays tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding retail businesses. Quiet streets allow residents to enjoy the peace and quiet that comes with big backyards and detachment from the rest of the city. While it may seem as though Gardiner Park is a separate suburb from the busy city, it is only minutes away from Victoria Avenue, Arcola Avenue and the Ring Road, which provide access to the rest of the city.

Ten minutes from downtown and the Ross Industrial area, Gardiner Park is perfect for commuters. The neighbourhood offers Wilfred Walker public elementary school and is a short drive or bus ride to the nearest high schools and post-secondary institutions.

Shopping and services in the area include renovation warehouses, Victoria Square Mall, doctors’ offices, pharmacies, and countless restaurants and cafes. If there is any service or shop that isn’t available, it surely will be soon, as the East end continues to grow and develop.

Gardiner Park has a lot to offer its residents: schools, quick commuting, shopping, and tranquility.


Parkridge is one of a handful of 1960s developments in the city’s East end. Neighbouring the new Creekside development, Parkridge offers affordable East end single family homes with all the benefits of the more expensive areas surrounding it.

Equal distance to both downtown and the Ross Industrial area, a major employment sector, Parkridge is accessible for commuters. Judge Bryant and St. Theresa elementary schools, as well as F.W. Johnson high school are all within walking distance, make this a great choice for growing families. Shopping,

restaurants, spas, cafes, fitness facilities, and services are all available in neighbouring Glencairn or on the Quance Street shopping area to the south.

Sunrises are unobstructed by development to the West, allowing residents to soak up the beauty of Saskatchewan’s plains. Parkridge is a picturesque, yet affordable, East end neighbourhood that doesn’t skimp on access or amenities.

​Richmond Place

Richmond Place backs onto a near-private pathways system that provides some of the best morning walking and jogging views in town. Picturesque homes and finely landscaped yards display the pride of ownership in the 1980s and 90s-developed area. Huge green spaces and play structures keep children active and entertained, while East end shopping and services keep parents busy.

High end luxury homes on large lots, utilizing the best in modern building practices, ensure the highest standard of living in this desirable East end neighbourhood. Access to downtown and the Ross Industrial area make commuting easy, while Quance Street’s spas, cafes, restaurants and big box retail outlets provide all the services expected from the city’s residents.

W.S. Hawryluk elementary school, and nearby F.W. Johnson, Balfour Collegiate, Campbell Collegiate and Miller Comprehensive high schools meet educational needs. A short drive down Assiniboine Avenue are the Sask Poly Tech campus and the University of Regina.

Richmond Place is an excellent neighbourhood for those wanting to be a part of the East end excitement, without having to deal with the construction and noise of ongoing development. Premium homes enable residents to enjoy family life with grace and elegance.

​University Park East

Panoramic park space, winding bicycle paths and creekside walking paths complement the 1980s homes in this modern, high-end neighbourhood. Single family homes with ample square footage and large yards provide families with everything they need to stay active and happy.

Wilfred Hunt public and St. Dominic Savio separate elementary schools are nearby, and Campbell Collegiate, Balfour Collegiate and Miller Comprehensive high schools are equal distance from the neighbourhood. The University of Regina and Sask Poly Tech campus are just ten minutes away.

The East end offers some of the finest shopping, dining, and services in the city. Spas, cafes, bistros, pharmacies, boutique clothing, maternity stores and candy shops are all unique to the Quance Street shopping district.

University Park East is a great way to be a part of the East end’s growth and development. Benefitting from the access to services, while also being close to schools, parks, and pathways ensure that residents have everything they need to lead happy, balanced lives.