Ridgeview Heights is a neighbourhood in northeast London with many long-time and multi-generational residents. The area has a mix of housing styles including Side Splits, Ranch, Raised Ranch, and bungalows. The neighbourhood’s main shopping area is on the corner of Huron and Highbury, with lots of great retail options, a grocery store, a pharmacy, banks, restaurants and a gym.
Hillcrest Public School is at the centre of the neighbourhood. Children in the area may also attend St. Anne Catholic School. Montcalm Secondary School is just east of the neighbourhood on Highbury at Fuller St. Secondary students may also attend John Paul II. Monseigneur-Bruyere, a French first language Catholic secondary school, is located close by on Huron Street. Beacock Library is located in the south end of the neighbourhood on Huron Street and provides a diverse range of programming options for residents in the area.
The green space in the neighbourhood is at Hillcrest Public School. Meander Creek Park and the beautiful Kilally Valley natural area are not far and can be accessed through a walkway at the end of Sweetbriar Court. Ed Blake Park is just west of the neighbourhood down Melsandra Avenue and has a big playground, spray pad, walking trails, soccer field, and full basketball court. Most evenings you will find people out going for walks with their dogs, kids or just themselves.
Ridgeview Heights is within the boundaries of Northeast London Community Engagement (NELCE). NELCE is a resident-based, action-oriented volunteer group celebrating and strengthening the community of Northeast London. Check out their website, their Facebook page or send them an email.
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