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Did Your "Edmonton Street Name" Change?

Do You Live on a Historical Street?


Right after 1910, Edmonton's real estate growth started to boom and in West Ingle, many of the streets had be renamed in order to accommadate the growth on both sides of the saskatchewan river.

 

The following is a list of the historic names of streets and avenues in West-Ingle. With support and funding by residents streets names could be re-introduced in West-Ingle at mid block or engraved in the sidewalk at intersections. Adding street names in West-Ingle particularly in the Architectural Heritage Area bounded by 110 Avenue (Albany Avenue) on the north, 125 Street (St. Catherine Street) on the east, 107 Avenue (Short Avenue) on the south and 126 Street (Groat Street) on the west will contribute to preserving the older character of West-Ingle.

 



122 Street = Notre Dame Street
123 Street = Saint James Street
124 Street = Edward Street
125 Street = Saint Catherine Street
126 Street = Groat Street
127 Street = Park Street
128 Street = First Street
129 Street = Second Street
130 Street = Third Street
131 Street = Fourth Street
132 Street = Fifth Street
107 Avenue = Short Avenue
108 Avenue = Coot Avenue
109 Avenue = Green Avenue
109A Avenue = Saint Lawrence Avenue
110 Avenue = Albany Avenue
111 Avenue = Muskoka Avenue
112 Avenue = Nipigon Avenue
113 Avenue = Brazeau Avenue
114 Avenue = Stikeen Avenue
115 Avenue = Okanogan Avenue
116 Avenue = Yukon Avenue
117 Avenue = Pembina Avenue
118 Avenue = Alberta Avenue

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