True Neighbours and a Sense of Community in Allard
At the southernmost tip of Edmonton lies something different. Set within the Heritage Valley, Allard is a planned community that makes no pretence about its close connections with nature. To those passionate about leading lives that don't conflict with their sense of environmental responsibility, this is the logical place to put stewardship into practice.
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Sustainable Resource Management
Cities that encroach on their surroundings also tend to have negative impacts on their residents. Allard goes in the other direction by maintaining a well-connected system of greenways and minimizing unnecessary disturbances to its terrain, which holds numerous archaeological sites. Fortunately for would-be homeowners, this means that they can expect to encounter abodes within easy reach of recreation, walkable parks and outdoor educational experiences. From the Blackmud Creek to the idyllic pastoral countryside, there are all kinds of places here to explore and rediscover oneself.
Rural Living in the City
Allard got its start in 2007, and today it's home to just over 3,000 souls. Its southern border coincides with the Edmonton city limits and 41 Avenue SW, and Queen Elizabeth Highway is a stone's throw away but not so close that it presents a constant source of noise. The quiet streets feature a range of single-family home styles, and as development continues, the housing is likely to diversify even more. Well-lit paths circle ponds and dart between neighbourhoods, so the people of the community have plenty of options for choosing how to get around.
Although Allard isn't exactly a commercial mecca, this works well for those who live here because they can enjoy true peace and quiet. Thanks to a plethora of bus stops, a high prevalence of retail hubs within a mile's radius and access to Edmonton International Airport, people here can truly live on their own terms.