City Park has approximately 4,400 residents and was formerly called West Saskatoon. This area was originally known as Central Park and first had a golf course. In 1903, the annual exhibition was moved from the Louise Grounds in Nutana to City Park, and a horse racing track and grandstand were constructed. By 1910, the exhibition had moved to its permanent home in the city’s south end. The outline of the old racetrack can still be seen in what is now Kinsmen Park.

Below is statistical information on the City Park area. This information was gathered by the 2015 Federal Census. If you are a home owner in this area looking to sell your property or are thinking about it please contact me and I can provide a free home evaluation. If you are looking to buy in the City Park area or are looking anywhere else in the Saskatoon real estate market feel free to contact me anytime I will help you the best I can.

Statistics 2015

Population: 4,440 Homeownership: 32.1% Average Personal Income: $34,700 Average Household Size: 1.6

Boundaries

City Park is bounded by the South Saskatchewan River to the east, railway tracks to the west, 33rd Street to the north, and 25th Street to the south. Most streets are laid out in a grid plan, with avenues running north-south and streets running east-west. Some roads in the south and west parts of City Park are angled to align with their continuations in the Central Business District. Spadina Crescent roughly follows the course of the river on the east edge of the neighbourhood.

Population Breakdown

 

Age Group Male Female
0 – 4 75 70
5 – 9 45 45
10 – 14 50 45
15 – 19 60 75
20 – 24 230 300
25 – 29 340 355
30 – 34 240 210
35 – 39 165 115
40 – 44 145 105
45 – 49 135 145
50 – 54 140 135
55 – 59 120 165
60 – 64 100 105
65 – 69 80 90
70 – 74 50 100
75 – 79 50 110
80 – 84 20 90
85+ 20 95

 

Family Income

 

Family Income Number
Under $10,000  225
$10,000 – $19,999  500
$20,000 – $29,999  390
$30,000 – $39,999  340
$40,000 – $49,999  205
$50,000 – $59,999  245
$60,000 – $79,999  360
$80,000 – $99,999  185
$100,000 – $124,999  125
$125,000 – $149,999  95
$150,000 and over  140
AVERAGE FAMILY INCOME $53,556

 

First Language

 

First Language Number
English 3,600
French 95
Ukrainian 60
German 105
Tagalog 50

 

Schools

Public Elementary Schools: None Separate Elementary Schools: None Public Middle Schools: City Park Collegiate Separate Middle Schools: None Public Secondary Schools: None Separate Secondary Schools:None

Parks

Park Name Acres
Kinsmen Park 29.0
Meewasin Park 8.9
Mendel Park 8.3
Wilson Park 6.4

 

Types of Homes

 

Types of Home Number
One Unit Dwelling 621
Two Unit Dwelling 96
Multi-Unit Dwelling 2356
TOTAL DWELLINGS 3,073
Neighborhood Area (acres) 343.0
Dwelling Units per Acre 9.0

 

Age of Homes

 

Age of homes Number
Before 1960 1,180
1961 – 1980 830
1981 – 1990 700
1991 – 2000 60
2001 – 2005 0
2006 – 2011 0

 

Average Selling Prices

Year 2015                                 No. of Sales            Avg. Price ($)

Low Rise Apt Condo             10                              $193,500

High Rise Apt Condo            18                             $254,106

Condo Townhouse                 2                              $385,000

Semi-Detached – 2 titles       1                               $972,369

Single Family Dwelling       22                              $407,709

 

The neighborhood statistical information on this page was compiled by the City of Saskatoon Planning Branch, all of the information was accurate as of the 2015 Federal Census.