Welcome to Adelaide/Churchill.
Located in south-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan within the Nutana Suburban Development Area, Adelaide/Churchill is a residential neighbourhood that is home to 3,445 residents. Three parks, two schools, and a shopping center strip mall service the residents of this community.
The neighbourhood is considered a middle-income area, with an average family income of $78,438 and an average dwelling value of $287,976. Home ownership rate is 90.3% in this area.*
There are two schools in Adelaide/Churchill. Hugh Cairns V.C. School is a public elementary school belonging to the Saskatoon Public School Division. Constructed in 1959, the first students were enrolled in 1960. This school is located on Cairns Avenue, though the school and street are not named for the same person.
Additionally, a separate Catholic elementary school named St. Philip School (part of the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division) is located in the Adelaide/Churchill neighbourhood.
Parks and Recreation
Three city parks can be found throughout the Adelaide/Churchill neighbourhood. Meadowlark Park can be found off Calder Crescent, Adelaide Park is adjacent to Hugh Cairns V.C. School on Cairns Avenue, and Churchill Park - the largest of the parks - is located off Wilson Crescent and Haultain Avenue.
The Adelaide Churchill Community Association hosts a variety of activities and programs year-round for the residents of his neighbourhood.
There is limited commercial development in Adelaide/Churchill, with Churchill Shopping Centre on Clarence Avenue and Taylor Street. This strip mall opened in 1957 and has the distinction of being the oldest shopping centre in Saskatoon. There are 57 home-based businesses in the neighbourhood.
The nearest public library serving Adelaide/Churchill is the J.S. Wood branch of the Saskatoon Public Library, which is located at the corner of Lansdowne Avenue and Taylor Street.
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*Data is current as of 2007.