Evergreen is located in the University Heights Suburban Development Area in Saskatoon, and is currently under construction. Once construction is complete, it will be the densest area in the city with 8.6 units per acre. According to MLS listings, as of 2016, the average amount for a house was $503,229.
The area was named after two Scots Pine trees that have been planted in the area and are over 50 years old. Once construction is complete, Evergreen will be the first area in the city that will be the first large scale installation of LED street lights.
There are no schools located in Evergreen, but located nearby are two high schools in University Heights Suburban Centre, and two elementary schools in Silverspring:
Centennial Collegiate is a public high school located at 160 Nelson Road. For more information about this public high school, click here:
St. Joseph High School is a Catholic high school located at 115 Nelson Road. For more information about this Catholic high school, click here:
Silverspring School is a public elementary school located at 610 Konihowski Road. For more information about this public elementary school, click here:
Mother Teresa School is a Catholic elementary school located at 738 Konihowski Road. For more information about this Catholic elementary school, click here:
The Chopped Leaf is located at 1844 McOrmond Dr and is known for serving correct portions and having tasty food. For more information about The Chopped Leaf, click here:
Evergreen is 8.1 km from the University of Saskatchewan. For bus route, click here:
Evergreen is 10.8 km from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kelsey Campus. For bus route, click here:
Evergreen Community Association is the Evergreen facebook page that displays news and upcoming events in the community. For more information about what is happening in this neighborhood, go to www.facebook.com/saskatoonevergreen?fref=nf
Fun Fact: Main roads were named after the community, while smaller streets were named after Saskatoon citizens.