Fort Saskatchewan Homes & Real Estate

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About Fort Saskatchewan

Established as a city in 1985, Fort Saskatchewan in central Alberta spans approximately 48 square kilometers and is home to about 25,000 residents.

A well-kept secret of this city unveils itself in the form of a flock of 50 sheep that graze on the grass during the summer months. Those fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time might catch a glimpse of this charming spectacle. Notably, these sheep serve as the muse for the city's mascot, a lovable character named Auggie.

Despite the absence of post-secondary educational opportunities within Fort Saskatchewan, the city compensates for it with a rich community life. Residents aspiring for higher education must explore options in major cities within the province or beyond its borders.

Sports enthusiasts will find delight in the myriad indoor sports arenas scattered throughout the city, offering ample opportunities for athletic pursuits and entertainment.

Fort Saskatchewan has a Walk Score of 66 out of 100. This location is Somewhat Walkable so some errands can be accomplished on foot.

Neighborhoods in Fort Saskatchewan

From bustling downtown to serene riverside havens, Fort Saskatchewan's neighborhoods unfold like a story with something for every chapter. Downtown crackles with energy, where historic brick buildings house shops, cafes, and the iconic Festival Plaza. Bridgeview and Clover Park, nestled against the Sturgeon River, offer a tranquil escape with parks, walking trails, and stunning river views. Family-friendly vibes bloom in Sherridon, with established schools and community centers, while Westpark and Southfort, brimming with new developments, promise modern living and convenient amenities. No matter your preference, Fort Saskatchewan's tapestry of neighborhoods invites you to find your perfect place to call home.

Real Estate Information 

In the dynamic realm of real estate, Westpark boasts a diverse array of housing options, from split duplexes to spacious fully-detached residences. Many homes in this area feature multi-car garages and scenic backyard views, making it an ideal haven for those craving tranquility in their daily lives.

Pineview, on the other hand, is characterized by a concentration of modern townhomes, primarily due to its status as the preferred residential area for the majority of Fort Saskatchewan's population. Affordability plays a key role in driving the housing landscape in Pineview.

Meanwhile, Sherridon stands out as the residence of well-designed condominiums and rental apartments. This neighborhood caters to the needs of working professionals who seek proximity to their workplace while indulging in the city's finest offerings in entertainment and dining.


While Fort Saskatchewan may lack post-secondary educational opportunities within its boundaries, residents seeking further education have the option to commute or relocate to major cities within or outside the province. Despite this, the city is home to a network of educational institutions, comprising 9 elementary schools (K-8) and 3 secondary schools.

Among the notable establishments are Fort Saskatchewan Christian, James Mowat, and Win Ferguson. These schools have earned acclaim for fostering both athletic and academic excellence among their students. Over the years, they have consistently attracted new pupils, contributing to a legacy of educational achievement in the community.