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Northridge is a residential neighbourhood in northeast London with lots of mature trees and access to nature trails along the Thames River. The housing in the neighbourhood is defined by mainly single family homes built from the early 1960s to late 1970s. There are also some newer townhouse complexes, as well as a new subdivision of single family homes built on the former site of Northdale Public School on Tennent Avenue. There is a small commercial plaza at the corner of Adelaide and Fanshawe Park Road with a grocery store, a hardware store and drugstore. Masonville Mall is located a short distance to the west of the neighbourhood.  Within the neighbourhood, there is a small commercial plaza on the corner of Glenora and McLean Drives. 


The Kilally Meadows Environmentally Significant Area is located to the south of the residential portion of this neighbourhood.  It has many trails, diverse wildlife, and access to the Thames River. Dalkeith Park is a small neighbourhood park, with open green space and a play structure.  In the southwest corner of the neighbourhood the Stoneybrook Recreation Field has a soccer field, two small baseball diamonds and one regulation baseball diamond. Northridge Outdoor Pool is located on the corner of Glenora and McLean Drives, near two elementary schools and the small commercial plaza.


Northridge Public School and St. Mark Catholic School are located in the centre of the neighbourhood.    A.B. Lucas Secondary School is also in the neighbourhood, near the intersection of Fanshawe Park Road and Adelaide Street.  Students in the area also attend Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School.


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Northridge-Grenfell Community Association

The Northridge-Grenfell Community Association is an active member of the Urban League of London attending meetings and other events. 


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