ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA

The Botanical Arts City


About St. Albert, Alberta

Adjacent to the north west corner of Edmonton in Sturgeon County, St. Albert is the second largest city in the Edmonton Capital Region. With a population of over 61,000 and 22,500 homes, St. Albert real estate is some of the most coveted in the area. St. Albert has one of the highest net incomes per citizen in all of Canada, and continues to grow and expand its borders at a healthy pace.

The iconic St. Albert Place in the heart of the city's charming downtown has become the focal point for most of the cultural and local political activities. Built in 1984 and designed by world-renowned Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal, the sculpted curves of the building mimic the nearby Sturgeon River. This building is home to both the local municipal government and cultural facilities, including City Hall, the St. Albert Public Library, the Musee Heritage Museum, the Visual Arts Studio, and the Arden Theatre.

St. Albert is home to a vast interconnected trail system and has one of the highest proportions of green space in the country, making it one of Canada's prettiest smaller cities. With over 70 kilometres of connected multi-use trails and parks in every community, St. Albert prides itself on being one of the most beautiful and safe places in Alberta to raise a family.

As a small city, St. Albert provides residents with every service and amenity, from municipal health and safety services to big box stores and major recreational facilities. Yet St. Albert takes enormous pride in its local businesses as well: every Saturday from June to October, St. Albert's downtown is host to the single largest Outdoor Farmers' Markets in Western Canada, attracting 10,000 to 15,000 people to the streets every weekend.

St. Albert offers everything an active, growing family is looking for in a home, including top schools, over 70 sports and community clubs, a local hospital, and miles of beautiful parkland. St. Albert offers a unique living experience in an environment free of heavy industrial development, and is widely considered to be one of the safest, friendliest and most well maintained cities in Canada.



St. Albert Listings

$285 000

3 beds 2 baths 960 sqft

29 Sunset Boulevard

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133490

C/O Kimberly Bilyk/Century 21 Reward Realty

$619 900

4 beds 3 baths 1610 sqft

16 HARWOOD Drive

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133488

C/O Carrie Banham-Posty/RE/MAX Professionals

$445 000

4 beds 4 baths 1702 sqft

2B MUIR Drive

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133604

C/O Christian Currie/Century 21 All Stars Realty Ltd

$469 811

4 beds 4 baths 1718 sqft

8 Everwood Close

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133599

C/O Shelly Shumaker/Century 21 Reward Realty

$317 900

4 beds 2 baths 1015 sqft

51 SALISBURY Avenue

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133554

C/O Shandrie Lewis/RE/MAX Professionals

$414 900

4 beds 4 baths 1670 sqft

12 WIMBLETON Crescent

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133483

C/O Anna Trojanowicz/Century 21 Platinum Realty

$394 900

4 beds 5 baths 2051 sqft

98 Langholm Drive

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133424

C/O Glenn Fisher/RE/MAX Real Estate

$379 900

4 beds 3 baths 971 sqft

12 HAYDEN Place

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133421

C/O Monte Gannon/RE/MAX Real Estate

$549 900

3 beds 3 baths 1475 sqft

21 50 OAKRIDGE Drive

St. Albert, Alberta MLS # E4133390

C/O Gordon Young/Homes & Gardens Real Estate Limited

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St. Albert Information

Get better acquainted with the city of St. Albert, including local services, business directories, and school information. Access transit information, trail maps and public notices.

Events & Festivals

St. Albert has some fantastic community events and festivals that draw crowds from both near and far.

Parks & Recreation

St. Albert offers some of the most beautiful greenspace and park areas in the province, and has world-class recreational facilities to keep you and your family active all year round.