Walker Profile - City of Edmonton

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Walker Profile - City of Edmonton
WALKER
NEIGHBOURHOOD DESCRIPTION
Walker is located in southeast Edmonton, and is one of the newer neighborhoods in the city.
Walker is located south of Ellerslie Road SW, north of 25 Avenue SW, and between 50th street
to the east and 66 Street to the west. The Walker Neighbourhood Structure Plan was adopted
in April 2007. Development began soon after in the northwest and continues south and west.
Development is still underway.
Once complete, the Walker neighbourhood will have a mix of low, medium, and high density
housing. A large commercial site and transit centre is planned for the northeast corner and an
additional neighbourhood commercial site is planned for the southeast. One district park, one
school-park site, two pocket parks, and five stormwater management ponds are also planned. A
wetland is located in the southeast corner. The historic Treichel dairy barn was once located in
the Walker neighbourhood but was destroyed by fire in 2008.
Walker is named after George Walker. George Walker served on the Alberta Land Surveyors’
Association, Housing & Urban Development Association of Canada Edmonton (HUDAC
Edmonton) and the Urban Development Institute Edmonton. Over the years George Walker was
presented with several awards for his contributions to housing and urban development. Streets
in the neighbourhood are named after other individuals who names also start with the letter “w.”
Examples include Watt, Welsh and Winspear. Arthur Watt established and published Edmonton
Saturday News, the Edmonton Daily Capital, and the Alberta Homestead before joining the
Edmonton Journal in 1912; he retired as “Editor Emeritus” in 1945. Robert Welsh was a pioneer
saddler who opened Welsh’s Saddlery. Francis Winspear was a Chartered Accountant and
operated an accounting practice that became national in scope. Mr. Winspear established the
Winspear Foundation, and donated $6 million to the Edmonton Concert Hall Foundation (now the
Francis Winspear Centre for Music).
Neighbourhood Profiles
WA L K E R
WALKER
Population by Age and Gender
Age Group
0-9
10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70+
Total
Male
125
60
185
185
65
55
20
0
695
Female
125
45
190
160
80
45
20
0
665
Total
250
105
375
345
145
100
40
0
1,360
Marital Status (Population 15 years of age and older)
Marital Status
Married
Common-Law
Single (Never Legally Married)
Separated
Divorced
Widowed
Total
Family Households
Family Type
Married Couples
Without Children at Home
With Children at Home
Common-Law Couples
Without Children at Home
With Children at Home
Total Lone-Parent Families
Female Parent
Male Parent
Total
Household Size
People Per Household
1 Person
2 People
3 People
4 People
5 People
6 or More
Total
% of Total
18
8
28
25
11
7
3
0
100
City %
12
11
18
15
14
14
8
8
100
People
605
135
245
10
40
15
1,050
% of Total
58
13
23
1
4
1
100
City %
45
9
32
2
7
5
100
Households
290
95
195
70
50
20
45
35
10
405
% of Total
23
48
12
5
9
2
100
City %
29
40
9
4
14
4
100
Households
100
155
115
90
30
20
510
% of Total
20
30
23
18
6
4
100
City %
29
33
16
14
5
3
100
Source: 2011 Census of Canada, Statistics Canada
Neighbourhood Profiles
Note: totals may not sum due to random rounding
WA L K E R
WALKER
2010 Household Income
Household Income in 2010
Under $10,000
$10,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $79,999
$80,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $124,999
$125,000 to $149,999
$150,000 and Over
Total
Households
0
0
0
55
40
15
165
120
115
50
75
635
% of Total
0
0
0
9
6
2
26
19
18
8
12
100
City %
5
6
7
8
8
8
14
12
11
7
14
100
Median Household Income
Average Household Income
$80,524
$92,784
-
$72,248
$90,340
People
85
305
75
290
80
540
1,375
% of Total
6
22
5
21
6
39
100
City %
18
26
9
18
5
24
100
People
145
410
400
80
100
110
10
595
60
300
0
0
2,210
% of Total
7
19
18
4
5
5
0
27
3
14
0
0
100
City %
15
29
15
9
5
2
1
6
3
12
3
0
100
Highest Level of Education (Population 15 years of age and older)
Education Level
No Certificate, Diploma or Degree
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Apprenticeship or Trades Certificate or Diploma
College or Other Non-University Certificate or Diploma
University Certificate or Diploma Below Bachelor Level
University Certificate or Diploma at Bachelor Level or Above
Total
Population by Ethnic Origin
Ethnic Origins
European Origins
British Isle Origins
Other North American Origins (Includes Canadian)
French Origins
Aboriginal Origins
Latin, Central, and South American Origins
Caribbean Origins
South Asian Origins
West Central Asian and Middle Eastern Origins
East and Southeast Asian Origins
African Origins
Oceania Origins
Total
Note: The sum of ethnic groups in this table is greater than the total population count because an individual may report more than
one ethnic origin.
Source: 2011 Census of Canada, Statistics Canada
Neighbourhood Profiles
Note: totals may not sum due to random rounding
WA L K E R
WALKER
Population by Mobility Status (Based on address 5 years previous)
Mobility
Non-movers
Moved From Elsewhere in Edmonton
Moved From Elsewhere in Alberta
Moved From Elsewhere in Canada
Moved From Outside Canada
Total
Residential Units by Structure Type
Type of Unit
Single-Detached House
Semi-Detached House, Duplex
Row House
Apartment Building (5+ Stories)
Apartment Building (< 5 Stories)
Moveable Dwelling
Other
Total
Period of Construction
Year of Construction
1960 or Before
1961-1980
1981-1990
1991-2000
2001-2005
2006-2011
Total
Occupied Private Dwellings by Tenure
Housing by Tenure
Owner Occupied
Renter Occupied
Total
People
70
840
85
355
250
1,600
% of Total
4
53
5
22
16
100
City %
53
28
5
7
7
100
Units
235
150
115
0
0
0
0
500
% of Total
47
30
23
0
0
0
0
100
City %
51
7
10
8
23
1
0
100
Units
0
0
0
0
0
675
675
% of Total
0
0
0
0
0
100
100
City %
18
35
15
11
11
10
100
Number
670
25
695
% of Total
96
4
100
City %
65
35
100
% of Total
84
5
11
0
0
0
100
City %
72
6
15
5
1
1
100
Journey to Work (Employed Labour Force)
Transportation Method
Car, Truck, Van - as Driver
Car, Truck, Van - as Passenger
Public Transit
Walked
Bicycle
Other Methods
Total
People
890
50
115
0
0
0
1,055
Source: 2011 Census of Canada, Statistics Canada
Neighbourhood Profiles
Note: totals may not sum due to random rounding
WA L K E R
NEIGHBOURHOOD PROFILE
2014 NEIGHBOURHOOD EXISTING LAND USE
South
Primary
School
57 St SW
62 St SW
WALKER
8 Av SW
Ellerslie Rd SW
Ellerslie Rd SW
Ellerslie Rd SW
59 St SW
59a St SW
61 St SW
66 St SW
Watt Blvd SW
10 Av SW
11 Av SW
12 Av SW
12 Av SW
W
W
S
Av
SW
56
S
St
W
21 Av SW
Watt Dr SW
SW
21a Av SW
W
at
t
v
A
53 St SW
20
52a St SW
59 St SW
60 St SW
Win spear Cres SW
SW
20 Av SW
57 St SW
Winspear Cres SW
67 St SW
20 Av SW
v
A
19a Av SW
18 Av SW
19a Av SW
W
SW
19
19 Av SW
S
Dr
v
A
51 St SW
61 St SW
SW
SW
18
50 St SW
St
W
55 St SW
Walker
S
Av
St
17 Av SW
56 St SW
66 St SW
18 Av SW
18 Av SW
17
53
57 St SW
17 Av SW
SW
W
dS
a
lv
W att B
Watt Promenade SW
62 St SW
63 St SW
63a St SW
64 St SW
65 St SW
17 Av SW
SW
St
SW
17 A v SW
16 Av SW
on
52
d
Av
m
m
52
SW
SW
tB
lv
D r SW
56 St SW
60 St SW
16 Av
at
W
Welsh
15
Co
St
14
t
at
53
13 Av SW
le
Weid
50 St SW
SW
Way
Weidle Bend SW
23 Av SW
Weidle Way SW
No reproduction of this map,
in whole or in part, is permitted
without express written consent of
The City of Edmonton,
Sustainable Development Department
Map compiled by:
Geospatial Services Unit
Urban Planning and Environment Branch
Watt Dr SW
66 St SW
67 St SW
Winspear Common SW
Exisiting Land Use
One Unit Dwelling
Other Residential
Recreation and Open Space
Two Unit Dwelling
Commercial
Agriculture
Multiple Dwelling Units
Industrial and Utilities
Transportation
Apartments
Institutional
Vacant (Undeveloped/Undefined)
Apartments High Rise
Religious Assembly
No Data / Unknown
The City of Edmonton disclaims
any liability for the use of this map.

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