There are two schools in the neighbourhood: Bisset Elementary School operated by the Edmonton Public School System and Mary Hanley Catholic Elementary School operated by Edmonton's catholic school system. Since the area is a mostly Catholic population these schools are some of trhe better attended schools in the area. Many of the students that attend the Catholic school also go on to attend the Catholic College in the surrounding area.
According to past federal census, the majority of residential construction in the neighborhoods occurred during the 1970s and early 1980s. It was during this period that approximately eight out of ten (82.1%) of the residences in the neighborhoods were built.
The neighborhood has a mixture of housing types, according to past municipal census, with the most common type being the single family dwelling. Approximately six out of ten residences (59%) are single family dwellings. The next most common type of residence is the row house; row houses account for another 22% of residences. Duplexes make up another 13% of the residences. The remaining 7% is a mixture of apartment style condominiums and rented apartments, both in low rise buildings with fewer than five stories. Approximately three out of four residences (74%) are owner occupied, while the remaining one in four residences (26%) are rented.
The following places of worship are located in the neighborhood: the Islamic Shia Ithna-Asheri Centre and Shia Ithna-Asheri Jamat of Edmonton, the Mill Woods Community Church (Moravian), and the Sunrise Community Church (Mill Woods).
The neighbourhood is bounded by 34 Avenue on the north, 23 Avenue on the south, 34 Street on the east, and on the west by Mill Woods Road East. No matter why you are moving to the neighborhood you will never want to relocate anywhere else after living in Bisset for a few years.