A Guide to Neighbourhoods in Regina

A Guide to Neighbourhoods in Regina

Are you looking to buy a home in Regina, SK? If you are, then you may be wondering where the best neighbourhoods are. Rest assured that you’ll have plenty of amazing areas to choose from, it all just depends on the kind of home and lifestyle you’re hoping for.

There are several things to consider before you begin your search for your forever home. The first thing to consider is the size and style of the home. The next step is to set your budget including buying and closing, and renovation costs. Finally, you need to consider your lifestyle. Ask yourself:

  • Do I want to be close to work?
  • Do I want to live near good schools?
  • Is having access to community centres and outdoor spaces important to me?
  • Do I want to be near downtown for easy access to restaurants and shops?

Once you’ve considered all these factors you’ll be able to speak to a licensed realtor who will help your nail down the perfect location!

That being said, here is a list of some of the best areas in Regina to help you get started.

Central Regina Neighbourhoods

Central Regina offers many older homes with plenty of character and charm. Many of the streets are lined with beautiful, mature trees and the area is near Wascana Lake & the bike path, offering lots of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.


Lakeview is a cozy community that has been attracting many families over the years. This is in part due to its proximity to many amazing parks, schools, and community gardens. This neighbourhood features many pre and post-war-style homes.

River Heights

River Heights is another excellent Regina neighbourhood to live in. If you’re looking for a quiet area to settle down in this is the place for you! Real estate in the area mostly consists of comfortably sized single, detached houses.

This is also a great option for families because of its proximity to the Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre which offers plenty of activities and classes for children and adults. The neighbourhood is also near the inviting Kiwanis Park.

South Regina Neighbourhoods

South Regina is home to many family-orientated neighbourhoods. You can find a range of styles from mid-sized bungalows to large homes on quiet bays.

Albert Park

This is a very popular option in Regina due to its proximity to many amenities and good-quality schools. You’ll be able to find small apartment buildings and detached single homes in the area. Residents can enjoy shopping at the Southland Shopping Center which includes a movie theatre or spend the day at the local community center. The area is also home to a number of restaurants, cafés, and local shops, giving locals plenty of things to do on their days off.

Whitmore Park

If you’re looking to settle down in a more relax and laid-back area, Whitmore Park is a great neighbourhood! Residents can enjoy quiet streets and access to several incredible parks.

Many homes in the areas were built in the 1960s and 1970’s giving the Regina neighbourhood a lot of charm. You’ll be able to choose from split-level and two-storey homes and bungalows. There are also apartments and condominiums available making a perfect place for young professionals, students, and families to live.

East Regina Neighbourhoods

The area of Regina is home to many fantastic parks, walking paths, and bike paths making it a great area for the outdoor enthusiast.

Varsity Park

This is a wonderful neighbourhood to live in with many of the homes being build in the 1980s. The homes in Varsity Park are often reverted for their craftsmanship and style. There are many two-storey split homes and bungalows with an average of 3 to 6 bedrooms to choose from, making a great area for growing families.

Emerald Park

Buyers are often attracted to the area for its large lots and privacy. You’ll have your pick of two-storey split levels, two-storey homes, and bungalows if you buy in the area. Many homes were built in the 1980s however you’ll also find new builds popping up in the area.

Residents will be able to enjoy the extensive bike and walking paths, an ice skating arena, a golf course, and a soccer pitch. There are also two schools in the areas making it a wonderful community for families to settle in.


Regina offers residents plenty of outdoor spaces, cultural amenities, restaurants, and shops. What’s more, if you move to any of the neighbourhoods mentioned in this piece, you’ll be able to enjoy quiet comfort in well-sized homes.

If you’re looking for a realtor to help you buy or sell your Regina home contact Jennica George today!

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