Named from the Spanish word for "pretty lake", Lago Lindo is found in Edmonton's north-east Lake District. The area includes two lakes, Valencia and Andorra (named after communities in Spain), linked together by pedestrian walkways.
Nearly all the residences in this neighbourhood are owner-occupied single-family dwellings.
Substantially all the housing in the neighbourhood is single family dwellings, with most of these being owner occupied. Most of the houses were built during the 1980s. These residences are kept separate from the west border road traffic on 97 Street by a landscaped buffer.Boundaries:
North: Undeveloped, South: 167 Avenue, East: 91 Street, West: 97 Street
North: Anthony Henday Lake District, South: Eaux Claires, East: Klarvatten, West: Baturyn
Things to Do:
- Check out the Lago Lindo Community League website for sports, activities and events going on now.
- For family and recreational fun, check out the centre of the neighbourhood. There are a number of walkways for pedestrian and bike travel.
- To get a better look at the two lakes, you can walk on the pedestrian pathways that connect the two.
- Lago Lindo Elementary School
- Bishop Greschuk Catholic Elementary School
- Serviced by Edmonton Transit System
For more information, please see Edmonton’s census document on the Lago Lindo area.