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A lively and colorful little city of nearly 30,000 people situated 11 kilometers west of Edmonton, Spruce Grove is a residential, commercial, and cultural hotbed with a wide range of housing options.

Located on Edmonton’s doorstep, Spruce Grove is an ideal stomping grounds for those who want to live near the hustle and bustle of the big city without being directly in its crosshairs. Far from just a “Festival City” bedroom community, the city, especially its west side, is dotted with businesses in a variety of industries including environmental, food processing, oil and gas, computer software, and financial services. Spruce Grove is also home to six industrial parks that combine to employ more than 2,000 people. The Acheson Industrial Area, a stone’s throw from the city’s eastern border, employs an additional 5,000. Even though many residents make the short trek into Edmonton every morning to earn a paycheck, Spruce Grove is gradually becoming an independent economic hub in its own right.

One of Alberta’s fastest growing cities, Spruce Grove saw its population spike nearly 20 percent between 2010 and 2014. Why the boom? For one, more than a dozen new subdivisions sprouted up in the 2010s, attracting droves of new residents in search of brand-new homes in a safe, modern community. The wide range of real estate options in Spruce Grove, meanwhile, appeal to a broad range of homebuyers, from families with children to kid-less couples, empty nesters, and singles alike. Along with family-sized ranches and split-levels perfect for families, a large number of starter homes, townhouses, and condos have popped up in recent years. Whether you’re in the market for a mansion or a hut, you’ll find a house in Spruce Grove that meets your needs and fits your budget.

Not in the mood to battle rush hour traffic getting into Edmonton? Then don’t. Instead, hop aboard one of the Edmonton Transit System buses that connect Spruce Grove to Edmonton and sit back and read a book or catch some extra z’s while someone else does it. Parking is free at the park-and-ride lot and express buses leave for downtown Edmonton every 15-20 minutes during peak hours.

Throughout Spruce Grove’s 32 square kilometers, you’ll find beautiful, newly-constructed homes in every direction. 15 entirely new neighbourhoods have shot up post-Y2k, including Harvest Ridge in the northwest corner, featuring a spectrum of roomy single-family dwellings on spacious lots. Spruce Village is a brand-new neighbourhood situated beside Jubilee Park, while other areas that showcase modern living at its finest include Greenbury, Deer Park Estates, Jesperdale, Stoneshire, and Prescott along the eastern periphery.

Popular neighbourhoods that consist largely of (slightly) older ranchers and townhomes include Woodhaven, Sprucewoods Villa, and Millgrove, which borders Heritage Grove Park. If condo living is more your style, look towards the historic city centre, where condos, rentals, and smaller, well-established homes are more prevalent.

Healthy, active living is the name of the game in Spruce Grove. The city features a scenic, 40-km trail system and a state-of-the-art leisure centre that includes multiple NHL-sized ice rinks, a 10-lane swimming pool, a kids’ play centre, a pair of sports fields, and an indoor track. The brand-new Jubilee Park includes more than 60 acres of open space, playing fields, and biking/walking trails, while Central Park plays host to a steady flow of walkers, joggers, and bicyclists as well. Amateur sports are a way of life in Spruce Grove (for kids and adults both), which sponsors a combination of hockey, rugby, football, soccer, and lacrosse leagues year-round. They city also has its own Alberta Junior Hockey League team, the beloved Spruce Grove Saints.

In the mood to give your liver a workout instead? Numerous sports bars and pubs are located in Spruce Grove, and a plethora of after-hours hotspots are less than half an hour away in downtown Edmonton. Cultural attractions in Spruce Grove, meanwhile, include the eclectic Grain Elevator Museum and the Spruce Grove Art Gallery, which showcases masterworks from artists in the Spruce Grove-Stony Plain-Parkland County area. Spruce Grove also boasts its own renowned theatre troupe, the Horizon Players, who perform regularly at the city’s Horizon Stage Performing Arts Centre.