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106, 2300 Oakmoor Drive Sw
Palliser, Calgary, Alberta
- 3 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1,274 Square FT
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39, 2323 Oakmoor Drive Sw
Palliser, Calgary, Alberta
- 2 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 611 Square FT
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9, 2212 Paliswood Road Sw
Palliser, Calgary, Alberta
- 1 Beds
- 1 Baths
- 671 Square FT
Set in the midst of some of Calgary’s best outdoor attractions, this is one of Calgary’s most sought-after neighbourhoods. If you love the outdoors and natural beauty, you will fall in love with Palliser. The community is bordered on the north by 90th Avenue, south by Southland Drive, west by 24th Street, and east by 19th Street.
The area is close to Glenmore Reservoir, South Glenmore Park, and Weaselhead Flats, which add to the area’s desirability. Southland Leisure Centre within the community is also very popular among the residents.
Downtown Calgary is just a short drive away.
Real Estate Homes in Palliser Neighborhood
The beautiful suburban community of Palliser is a mix of residential single-family residences, apartment buildings, and condo complexes. Minutes from the beauty of South Glenmore Park and Calgary's Glenmore Reservoir, this area of real estate is a haven for homeowners wanting the quiet of life away from the city center and the advantages that the parkland has to offer.
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Amenities in Palliser — Live, Work, & Play
There are no lakes here, but the community is very close to Glenmore Reservoir – a primary source of drinking water for Calgary. Families can enjoy sailing, fishing, and boating here. There is a sailing school for those who would like to take this opportunity to learn to sail. You can even rent a sailboat, canoe, or kayak.
Weaselhead Flats is a 585.5-acre natural river delta park a five-minute drive from the community and is known for its full-grown spruce forest, hiking trails, birdlife, and bears.
Palliser residents currently use the Redwood Meadows Golf & Country Club – an 18-hole golf course owned and operated by the Tsuu T’ina Nation. You will love this course’s natural setting along the Elbow River. The golf course is one of Western Canada’s finest championship layouts.
For those who like natural green spaces, Palliser has several green areas and parks within the neighbourhood. There are also several playgrounds for little children to enjoy, like the ones on Palisdale Road, 98 Avenue SW, and Paliswood Road SW.
South Glenmore Park is a waterfront park with fantastic hiking and biking paths, an aquatic playground, and a sailing school – all less than two kilometers from the neighbourhood.
The Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association has playgrounds, sports fields, basketball courts, ball diamonds, and rinks for those who want to take part in outdoor sports.
If you are a shopaholic, you will be happy to know that there is a fantastic range of shopping malls around the neighbourhood. Chinook Mall, Glenmore Landing Shopping Centre, and Southcentre Mall are some of Calgary’s biggest and most sophisticated shopping malls and popular shopping destinations for Palliser’s residents.
Within the community, the Calgary Co-op Food Store takes care of the residents’ immediate shopping needs.
F45 Training Pumphill in Oak Bay Plaza offers intense full-body workouts for those who want to get in shape offline and online.
Rebel Stronghold is Palliser’s very own kickboxing school.
The Southland Leisure Centre, south of the community, is one of Calgary’s best fitness centers. This multi-purpose recreation facility has a lot to offer the entire family. There is a gymnasium, hot tub, kiddie pool, fitness studio, cardio equipment, ice sports arenas, and a large AquaPlay structure for ages 0 to 6.
General feel and vibe — What's it like living in Palliser?
A stunningly beautiful and quiet spot for those looking for a peaceful haven away from downtown Calgary but still close enough to the city center. A wide variety of dwellings to meet every need. There are some excellent schools within the neighbourhood.
Avenue Magazine Rankings
According to Avenue Calgary’s list of most desirable neighbourhoods, Palliser takes 159th place. Here’s a look at the scores assigned for various amenities and characteristics that make the community desirable.
- Overall rank for Best Neighbourhoods 2020: 159
- Restaurant access points: 0
- Public recreation facility access points: 93
- Parks and green space points: 7
- Pathway points: 5
- TransitScore: 38
Interesting Facts about Palliser
Schools In or Near Palliser
The neighbourhood’s schools - Nellie McClung School and John Ware School – serve the children of Palliser. There are several other schools in the surrounding areas as well. Here is a list of assigned schools that Palliser’s children can go to:
- Nellie McClung School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- Louis Riel School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- École de la Source (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, high, Pre-Kindergarten)
- Willow Park School (Elementary, Middle, High)
- John Ware School (Middle, High)
- Henry Wise Wood High School (High)
- Robert Warren School (Middle, High)
- Fairview School (Elementary, Middle, High)
- St. Benedict School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- St. Gerard School (Kindergarten, Elementary)
- St. Cyril School (Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle, High)
- École Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix (Kindergarten, Elementary, Pre-Kindergarten)
- Bishop Grandin High School (High)
- Akiva Academy
- The Calgary Jewish Academy
As per the 2016 Census of Canada, 3,440 people lived in 1,715 private households that year. Almost 60% of the people fall between the age group of 15 and 64 years. The community has a large population (about 30%) of seniors above the age of 65. Most of the families in this neighbourhood are couples without children at home.
Almost 90% of the population is made up of Canadian citizens. The immigrant population is made up of people from the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
About 60% of the dwellings in Palliser are occupied by their owners, while the rest are rented out.
The community of Palliser was named after Captain Joh Palliser, a renowned Canadian Geographer, and explorer of the 1800s. Development of the neighbourhood began in 1967. Until as recently as 1991, the area of Palliser included the neighbouring region of Pump Hill. However, since that time, Pump Hill and Palliser have been regarded as two separate communities. Although both neighbourhoods have the same reputation, houses here in Palliser are more affordable.
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FAQs about Palliser Real Estate and Neighborhood
Is Palliser a safe neighbourhood? What is the crime like in this neighbourhood?
Like all other neighbourhoods, there are some incidents of crime. However, according to Areavibes.com, violent crimes in Palliser are 16% lower than the national average. Most crimes in this neighbourhood are related to property crimes and theft.
Palliser falls under District 6 Office (Fairview), the nearest police facility (about 3.3 kilometers from the community).
The nearest fire station is Fire Station 24 on 106 Avenue SW.
Which is the nearest hospital?
Rockyview General Hospital is a large, full-fledged hospital in Calgary that treats over 220,000 patients every year. The hospital has multiple specialty clinics and offers patients a complete range of acute and outpatient care, critical care, and more. The hospital is on the shores of Glenmore Reservoir, less than three kilometers from Palliser.
Which is the closest RecCentre?
Southland Leisure Centre on Southland Drive SW is within the community of Palliser and an excellent place to bring the entire family. This is a multi-purpose facility offering a wide range of services and activities. The facility was named Best Family Recreation Facility at the Calgary’s Child Magazine’s Parents’ Choice Awards (2019).
Children ages 0-6 years can use the AquaPlay structure with slides, a giant tipping bucket, spray guns, rope bridges, splash stations, and more. Or, the kinder room has a great play structure for little crawlers, climbers, and jumpers.
Children can use the kiddie pool to enjoy the water while their parents relax in the hot tub or steam room.
Fitness enthusiasts can make use of the excellent, well-maintained cardio equipment or even the fitness studio, gymnasium, racquet sports, and courts, or weight rooms.
Plus, there is a water park and wave pool for the entire family to splash around and play.
What services does the community association offer?
Palliser is a part of the Palliser-Bayview-Pump Hill Community Association, located on Palliser Drive SW, next to Nellie McClung Elementary School. The community association offers programs like Bingo, preschool for ages two to five, sports activities, and more. The association provides residents access to outdoor fields like basketball courts, ball diamonds, and skating rinks.
Is there any childcare available?
The PBP Community association offers preschool for ages two to five at Summit Kids. Besides that, there is the Seedlings Preschool within the community and Sunny Daycare in neighbouring Pump Hill.