Our beautiful community is bordered by 106 Avenue to the north, 101 Avenue to the south,
50 Street to the east, and Fulton Ravine to the west.


According to the latest census, Fulton Place consists of approximately 950 households, most of which are single detached homes (built in the mid- to late-1950s and early 1960s) plus a handful of duplexes and condominiums. Many of the homes were built by reputable builders such as Golden, Fekete, and Maclab and are known for their enduring quality.

Fulton Place is home to a large population of seniors, many of whom have spent most of their lives building this community. At the same time, there has been a noticeable increase in young families moving to the area, with roughly 250 children aged 12 and under at the present time.

In addition to the school, recreation centres and churches located inside the neighbourhood (seeAmenities map), Capilano Mall, Sobeys, restaurants, banks and a number of small businesses are located nearby, many of which are within walking distance. A popular year-round Farmers' Market is held at Capilano Mall on Saturdays.

The neighbourhood is serviced by ETS routes 1, 94 and 307. Route 1 provides easy access to the downtown plus service to West Edmonton Mall. Route 94 takes riders to Whyte Avenue and the University. Route 307 has been specially designed to serve seniors in the area, including trips to SEESA and Bonnie Doon Mall.

By car, the Dawson Bridge provides quick access to downtown, and the inner ring road is easily accessed via 75 Street and Wayne Gretzky Drive. 101 Avenue provides a direct link to Sherwood Park and Anthony Henday Drive.

Edmonton's excellent river valley trail system is easily accessible -- from 65 Street, simply cross 106 Avenue and follow Hardisty Drive west until the bend in the road, where you will see the paved trail to your left. Get on it and go anywhere! (see trail maps and bicycle map).


We are a volunteer, not-for-profit organization representing the needs and interests of Fulton Place residents. We are recognized by the City of Edmonton as the primary speaking body for the community. Any resident in the neighbourhood may become a member, attend meetings and elect a board of directors to operate the league.

As a community league, our mission is to bring neighbours together, provide recreation and social opportunities, develop neighbourhood amenities, and represent the community-at-large to the government and other organizations.

We are a member of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL). The EFCL is the representative and coordinating body for all community leagues in Edmonton. We are also a member of the South East Community Leagues Association (SECLA), a not-for-profit area council working on behalf of a cluster of 11 community leagues.