Why Should You Move to Arbours of Keswick?

For every moment in your life, Arbours of Keswick is the place.

 
 
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Outstanding Southwest Edmonton Location

Nestled in Edmonton’s Southwest, Arbours of Keswick is surrounded by amenities including:

  • Shopping

    Currents of Windermere boasts a selection of retail, restaurants and even a VIP movie theatre.

  • Schools

    Including new priority schools from both the Public and Catholic boards.

  • Parks and the River Valley

    Walking trails including a new path around Gordon King Pond.

  • Transportation

    Quick access to the Anthony Henday allows for an effortless commute anywhere in the City, making for the perfect mix of leisure and necessity!


Gordon King Pond

An Edmonton resident since 1965, Gordon King embodies the remarkable characteristics that we are proud to showcase in our city. After spending time overseas defending our country in World War II, Gordon continues to give back through various charities and associations he created. At 97 years-old he remains an inspiration to Canadians and a well-known representation of our strong Canadian culture.

Arbours of Keswick is proud to recognize and celebrate Gordon King with the dedication of the pond that sits in the centre of the community. The roads immediately surrounding the pond are King Vista, King Landing, King Gate and King Wynd, also all in his honour.

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Future K-9 School

A new $31-million K-9 school in Keswick is the Catholic School Board’s No.1 budget request and priority for 2020. The Public School Board has a $33-million K-9 school in Keswick as its second budget priority.


Yellow Fish Program

As part of a Yellow Fish community, we are committed to encouraging our residents to live with sustainability in mind. It is a reminder to residents to be “water aware” in how they consume and dispose of daily water.

By taking steps every day, we can improve water quality in our community and maintain a healthy watershed. Follow these tips to be “water wise:”

  • Salt and detergents effect the chemical composition of water. Use the car wash and not your driveway and opt for sand instead of salt on icy walks.

  • Find natural alternatives to herbicides, pesticides, and detergents to keep them out of the storm system after a rain.

  • Add native plants and grasses to your yard. They create habitat, take up excess nutrients, and hold soils in place.

  • Rely on the appropriate facilities to dispose of waste. Edmonton’s Eco-Stations can handle a wide range of items.

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