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City Park Saskatoon; A brief history
City Park Saskatoon is a mixed-use area neighborhood situated just North of 25th Street and Saskatoon’s central business district. The location is residence to 4,379 inhabitants. The City Park neighborhood is considered a middle-income area, with a typical family income of $53,136, an ordinary house worth of $303,604 as well as a residence ownership rate of 30.7%.
Originally named Central Park and also first had a golf course. In 1903, the yearly exhibition was moved from the Louise Street location in Nutana to City Park, as well an equine racing track and grandstand were constructed. The old racetrack was located in the area of City Park that is currently Kinsmen Park.
City Park was one of the initial areas annexed by the city of Saskatoon after it was incorporated in 1906. The Alexander Residence built on Spadina Crescent in 1912 derived it’s name from Dr. Harold E. and Edith Alexander, who had the house from 1916 to 1946. It is just one of the city’s most significant examples of pre-World War I architecture. It was designated a heritage property on May 12, 2001.
The earliest development in the City Park area of Saskatoon started from 1900 to 1910 but a good two-thirds of the residences that exist today in the City Park Neighborhood were created after 1945. Indications of major improvements are typically to these early homes as young singles, couples, and households uncover the beauty of the City Park Saskatoon Neighborhood.
City Parks’ location and proximity to the South Saskatchewan river bank and Meewasin Park a natural for those that love to stroll, bike, or jog. Take a stroll across the old Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge or the Riverwalk Promenade which offers access to Saskatoon’s weir where feeding pelicans can often be seen up close. Various vantage points offer amazing views of the city and is great for photographers wanting to capture some spectacular views.
With almost fifty-four acres dedicated across 4 major public parks consisting of Meewasin Park, Wilson Park, Mendel Park Site, Wilson Park, and the recently renewed Kinsmen Family Park. Residents and visitors alike take pleasure in the little theme park with a Ferris wheel, merry-go-round and a train ride and numerous play areas.