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Population & demographics

Total population


Population age (%)

0-19 (25%)20-34 (17%)35-49 (21%)50-64 (20%)65+ (18%)


Average household income


Household composition (%)

Single person (22%)Multi person (3%)Single Family (74%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (85%)Renters (15%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (91%)Others (4%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (2%)French (2%)

Why live in Sherwood Park?

Living in Sherwood Park comes with many perks, ranging from the safe, family-oriented, and charming neighbourhoods to the spacious homes and reasonable cost of living. Speaking of the cost of living, let’s start there. The cost of living is on par with the average in Alberta, which is below that of several other Canadian provinces, such as British Columbia and Ontario. Although it tends to be slightly higher than the cost of living in Edmonton, it is less than in other suburbs of the city. Plus, Sherwood Park has a lucrative job market, translating to higher salaries across a wide range of industries. Some of the main industries that Sherwood Park is known for are agriculture, technical services, manufacturing, and transportation. However, the hamlet’s main industry is undoubtedly energy, with companies like Suncor, Gibson Energy, Inter Pipeline Ltd, and Strathcona Refinery all operating here. Aside from the thriving housing and job market, Sherwood Park is a great place to live if you love getting outdoors. There are 37 parks in the hamlet of Sherwood Park alone, including Broadmoor Lake Park, which has gardens, a beach volleyball court, sports fields, a spray park, and over three kilometres of trails. Other parks nearby include Strathcona Science Provincial Park, Elk Island National Park, North Cooking Lake, and South Cooking Lake. Of course, being in central Alberta, you also have the option of exploring Jasper National Park, which is roughly four hours by car from Sherwood Park. Jasper National Park is known for its wildlife, breathtaking scenery, and for being the second largest dark sky preserve in the world. A few more attractions that you might enjoy in Sherwood Park include Millennium Place Recreation Centre, Sherwood Park Mall, Prairie Berry Farm, and Broadmoor Public Golf Course. In addition, given that Sherwood Park is less than 20 minutes from downtown Edmonton, you can also take advantage of the many cultural and recreational attractions that Alberta’s capital has to offer, such as the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Royal Alberta Museum, the Edmonton Valley Zoo, TELUS World of Science, the Muttart Conservatory, and the West Edmonton Mall. Now you know just a few of the reasons that people choose to live in Sherwood Park.

Quality and diversity of education in Sherwood Park

Sherwood Park’s education system is excellent. Most public schools in the area are operated by Elk Island Public Schools, which runs schools all over Strathcona County. However, there is also a public Catholic school district and a public French-language school district. Some of the largest schools in Sherwood Park are Salisbury Composite High, Archbishop Jordan Catholic High School, and Sherwood Heights Junior High. Meanwhile, a few of the top private schools in Sherwood Park are Crestwood Montessori School, Strathcona Christian Academy Secondary, and New Horizons Charter School. There are also a number of excellent options for post-secondary education near Sherwood Park. Due to the hamlet’s close proximity to Edmonton, residents aren’t far from the many universities and colleges that Edmonton has to offer. These include the University of Alberta, Concordia University of Edmonton, The King’s University, MacEwan University, Athabasca University - Edmonton, and CDI College.

Most populous cities in Sherwood Park

The most populous neighbourhoods in Sherwood Park are Salisbury Village, Broadmoor Estates, Summerwood, Heritage Hills, Heritage Point, Davidson Creek, Clover Bar Ranch, Clarkdale Meadows, Aspen Trails, and Regency Park.

Quality of infrastructure for Sherwood Park

Public transportation in Sherwood Park is provided by Strathcona County Transit, which has a mix of commuter, local, and on-demand bus routes to transport passengers. Many of these routes go to and from Edmonton, making it easy for Sherwood Park residents to get into the city when they want. Once in Edmonton, it is easy to get around thanks to Edmonton Transit Service’s (ETS) bus and light rail routes. Plus, if you’re in Edmonton, there are even more ways to connect to other parts of Alberta, Canada, and beyond. For example, coach bus services like Ebus, Cold Shot, Rider Express, The Canada Bus, and Red Arrow, all have buses that depart from Edmonton. These buses travel to towns and cities across Alberta, as well as to British Columbia and other provinces. Edmonton also has a Via Rail station, which offers passenger train services all over Canada. Edmonton is one of just seven stops that Via Rail has in Alberta, the others being in Edson, Evansburg, Hinton, Jasper, Viking, and Wainwright. Even better, Sherwood Park is only a 25-minute drive to Edmonton International Airport, the second largest airport in Alberta. Alternatively, if you prefer to get around by car rather than plane, train, or public transport, Sherwood Park residents can easily hop on Highway AB-2, Highway AB-216, or Highway AB-16. Healthcare facilities in the town can be accessed via Strathcona Community Hospital, although there are also a number of Edmonton hospitals nearby, such as the Royal Alexandra Hospital, University of Alberta Hospital, and Misericordia Community Hospital.

Safety and security for Sherwood Park

The Sherwood Park detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is tasked with keeping the residents of Sherwood Park safe. The good news is that the crime rate in this area is extremely low, below both the national average in Canada and the provincial average. The area is also not prone to natural disasters. Emergency services can always be reached by calling 9-1-1.

Sherwood Park property market

The Sherwood Park property market is strong, as it is one of the most desirable places to live outside of Edmonton. The majority of the property market is dominated by detached homes, though you will also find some semi-detached homes, townhomes, apartments, and even residential land available here.

Standard of living in Sherwood Park

There is no denying that the standard of living in Sherwood Park is high. Many residents enjoy the calm and quiet of living outside the hustle and bustle of the big city while still being able to enjoy the many perks that come with its close proximity to Edmonton. From excellent education and healthcare opportunities to a lucrative job market, reasonable cost of living, and ample recreational activities nearby, residents benefit from a high quality of life in Sherwood Park.

Something wonderful about Sherwood Park

Did you know that Sherwood Park has a lively arts community? It’s true. It is a major arts hub in the Edmonton area. The hamlet is home to five galleries and theatres, including Gallery @501, Loft Gallery, Picture This!, the Smeltzer House Centre for Visual Arts, and the Spark Centre (which houses the Glen Ronald Gallery). At these various venues, visitors can marvel at local and international art, join an informative seminar on an arts-related topic, attend a monthly art show, and even learn how to make different types of art, such as painting, pottery, and drawing. You can also learn more about Sherwood Park’s culture and history at Sherwood Park's Heritage Mile, the town’s open-air museum, Strathcona County Museum and Archives, or Bremner House, which details what life was like in Sherwood Park between 1900 and 1950.