Edmonton Downtown Map
Map of Downtown Edmonton
This downtown Edmonton map shows all the important points including major primary and secondary roads, provincial highways, highlights road names, political boundaries, transit systems, points of interest, parks, schools, churches, amusement centers, public buildings, and landmarks. It comes with a detailed legend that clearly shows all the symbols and signs used to denote physical, political and geographical features on the map.
How to use this map?
You can use this detailed downtown Edmonton map for locating and marking points of interest, roads, business service areas and city areas on a large poster. Many of our customers also use this map as wall decor in their office or home.
How to create a custom map of Edmonton?
We also have the option of customizing the map of Edmonton around your neighborhood, business service area, or your sales territory. You can zoom in the map to center it around your location or zoom out to get a print of the entire neighborhood.
After making the adjustment, you can add any title to the map and select from a range of sizes, orientations, and finishes.
Start customizing this map of the Edmonton area.
More maps of Edmonton
- Edmonton Map - Large city map, available in portrait form in 37.75 x 49.75 inches.
- Map of Edmonton area - Customizable map of the city, available in both orientations and in 4 sizes.
- Edmonton Postal Code Map - Customizable FSA map of the city, available in various sizes, orientations, and finishes.
Your orders at MapTrove will be processed within 2-3 business days, via Canada Post. The shipping charges for the same will be calculated and displayed during checkout. These will vary from $9.99 to $30.99 depending on the size of the map and your location.
More Information About Edmonton Downtown
Downtown Edmonton is the primary business district of Edmonton, Alberta. It has a population of 13,148 living in 9,230 dwellings as per the 2014 census. This was a 7.8% change from its 2012 population of 12,199. With a land area of 2.28 km2 (0.88 sq mi), it had a population density of 5,766.7 people/km2 in 2014.
Where is Downtown Located?
This area is located at the center of the city and is bounded by 109 Street to the west, 105 Avenue to the north, 97 Street to the east, 97 Avenue and Rossdale Road to the south, and the North Saskatchewan River to the southeast.
The region is surrounded by Oliver to the west, Queen Mary Park, Central McDougall, and McCauley to the north, Boyle Street and Riverdale to the east, and Rossdale to the south.
Important Landmarks and Buildings
Alberta Legislature Building, Art Gallery of Alberta, Chinatown, Citadel Theatre, Edmonton City Hall, Edmonton Light Rail Transit, Francis Winspear Centre for Music, EPCOR Tower, Ice District, etc are all situated in the downtown region of Edmonton.
Famous Edmonton Districts and Neighbourhoods
This Downtown has many districts, neighborhoods, and inner-city communities. It has many trendy districts that lie along the scenic riverbanks. Downtown Edmonton, on the other hand, is the true heart of city life, full of shops, restaurants, hotels and major corporate entities. Much of central Edmonton is well organized and adopts a structured grid of interconnecting streets and avenues. Streets in Edmonton's downtown district run from north to south, with avenues running east to west.
The Downtown district of Edmonton has long been the heart of the city. The area was considerably redeveloped and restored in the 1990s. The city's lively downtown district contains many of Edmonton's main businesses and companies, concentrated around the Central Business District (CBD) area, together with around 15,000 residents. Primary centers in the downtown Edmonton include the Legislative Building, Hotel MacDonald, City Hall, the Edmonton Public Library, the Edmonton Art Gallery and Churchill Square, a large parkland hosting many major seasonal events and concerts.
You can create maps of any these districts and neighborhoods using our map of Edmonton area.
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