The Kelsey Woodlawn neighbourhood has only 973 residents. Kelsey-Woodlawn is a combination of industrial park nestled between the North West Industrial SDA and the Central Industrial of down town Saskatoon. It is still serviced by the CNR rail lines to both the north and east. There are two older neighbourhoods, one still survives near SIAST – Kelsey institute on Idylwyld Drive North, and the other is the McVicar Addition near the Woodlawn Cemetery.

Most homes were built prior to the 1960s with no new construction virtually after 1980 at all and the main tenants would be students attending SIAST on 33rd Street and Idylwyld Drive. Along the Woodlawn Cemetery is a small neighborhood known as the “McVicar Addition”. The other residential community in the Kelsey Woodlawn subidivision are those who reside in the places which branch off Idylwyld Drive. These places are named after governor generals of Canada. Throughout the remainder of the area, the streets are numerically numbered from 33rd Street and continue north to 40 A Street. The avenues are named after the provinces of Canada.

Below is statistical information on the Kelsey Woodlawn 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 home evaluation. If you are looking to buy in the Kelsey Woodlawn 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: 973 Homeownership: 56.4% Average Personal Income: $33,770 Average Household Size: 2.2

Boundaries

Within the Lawson Suburban Development Area (West Side), the neighbourhood of Kelsey-Woodlawn reaches as far north as the north industrial area bearing 40A Street as its northern perimeter. The CNR train track marks the eastern boundary at Warman Road, thus encompassing the Woodlawn Cemetery. The southern most road within Kelsey-Woodlawn is 33rd Street East, and the western edge includes all the places along Idylwyld Drive.

Population Breakdown

 

Age Group Male Female
0 – 4 25 30
5 – 9 25 20
10 – 14 35 25
15 – 19 25 20
20 – 24 40 35
25 – 29 55 50
30 – 34 35 40
35 – 39 40 35
40 – 44 30 20
45 – 49 30 15
50 – 54 35 25
55 – 59 30 25
60 – 64 10 20
65 – 69 5 10
70 – 74 10 5
75 – 79 5 10
80 – 84 0 5
85+ 5 5

 

Family Income

 

Family Income Number
Under $10,000  0
$10,000 – $19,999  25
$20,000 – $29,999  20
$30,000 – $39,999  0
$40,000 – $49,999  85
$50,000 – $59,999  55
$60,000 – $79,999  40
$80,000 – $99,999  0
$100,000 – $124,999  0
$125,000 – $149,999  0
$150,000 and over  0
AVERAGE FAMILY INCOME $53,858

 

First Language

 

First Language Number
English 740
French 20
Tagalog 15
Cree 10
German 10

 

Schools

Public Elementary Schools: None Separate Elementary Schools: St. Michael Public Middle Schools: None Separate Middle Schools: None Public Secondary Schools: None Separate Secondary Schools:None

Parks

Park Name Acres
Dr J. Valens Park 2.1
Industrial Park 6.0

 

Types of Homes

 

Types of Home Number
One Unit Dwelling 307
Two Unit Dwelling 84
Multi-Unit Dwelling 5
TOTAL DWELLINGS 396
Neighborhood Area (acres) 399.4
Dwelling Units per Acre 1.0

 

Age of Homes

 

Age of homes Number
Before 1960 220
1961 – 1980 45
1981 – 1990 0
1991 – 2000 0
2001 – 2005 0
2006 – 2011 0

 

Average Selling Prices

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

Single Family Dwelling        16                                $246,306

Semi-detached – 2 titles        2                                 $370,725

 

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.