Community Walking Maps
Communities on Foot Map Series
Walkability adds strength and enjoyment to the fabric of community life. While out walking, we meet our neighbours, get some exercise, visit local shops, and enjoy public spaces. We also become the 'eyes on the street' that enhance safety and reduce crime.
Walkable Edmonton, Active Edmonton, and our community leagues are working together to create neighbourhood-based walking maps. These maps bring neighbours together and build a more walkable community by providing resources and supporting active living.
Community Walking Maps are available free of charge and distributed at the following locations:
Edmonton Public Libraries
Community Services Offices
Community League Halls
All of the Map Series are available at City Hall and the Stanley A. Milner brach of the Edmonton Public Library downtown.
If you'd like us to mail you a copy, contact us at the address or email listed at the bottom of the page.
Here are the neighbourhood walking maps we have completed:
Avenue Communities Walking Map
Includes Alberta Avenue | Cromdale | Delton | Eastwood | Elmwood Park | Parkdale | Spruce Avenue | Westwood
Bonnie Doon Walking Map
Includes Bonnie Doon | Cloverdale | Strathearn
Highlands Walking Map
Includes Bellevue | Highlands | Virginia Park
Mill Creek South Walking Map
Includes Argyll | Avonmore | Hazeldean | King Edward Park | Ritchie
North Clareview Walking Map
Includes Fraser | Hairsine | Kirkness | Bannerman | Clareview Campus
Rio Terrace Walking Map
Includes Westridge | Wolf Willow | Country Club | Rio Terrace | Patricia Heights | Quesnell Heights
Riverbend Walking Map
Includes Brander Gardens | Brookside | Ramsay Heights | Rhatigan Ridge | Bulyea Heights
South Clareview Walking Map
Includes Sifton Park | Belmont | Kernohan | Homesteader | Overlanders | Canon Ridge
More maps are under development each year.
Check out our Where to Walk page for more walking maps and resources.
Getting around your neighbourhood and accessing local facilities, trails and points of interest just got easier, thanks to the new Edmonton Walking Maps iPhone application.
For $1.99 per download, you get 18 maps covering over 49 neighbourhoods within Edmonton and each map includes interesting and useful information unique to that particular area.
For example, if you want to know about the best toboggan hill in the neighbourhood of Brookside or find a store open late in Woodcroft, or perhaps you are a realtor driving with your clients through Rio Terrace looking for the nearest off leash dog park; the new Edmonton Walking Maps app can give you quick access to that information, saving you time and the need to consult the larger paper maps.
The community walking maps are part of the Communities on Foot Map series and are walking and community guides, created as a joint project between the City and local community leagues or groups, to promote walkable, vibrant and sustainable neighbourhoods and create a more livable city.
Woodcroft Walking Map Workshop (66.69KB)
Riverbend Walking Map Workshop (69.59KB)
Strathcona Walking Map Workshop (65.34KB)
For more information:
Office of Great Neighbourhoods
2nd Floor, Beaufort Building
10835-120 Street NW
PO Box 2359
Edmonton AB T5J 2R7
Where do you find the walking maps? Walking maps are available at your local public library or let us know and we'll mail you one free of charge.
|Title||Walkable Edmonton Coordinator|