Lauderdale is a residential neighbourhood in North Central Edmonton Alberta, Canada. It is the area within 97 Street and 113 A Street on the east and west and 132 Avenue and 127 Avenue in the north and south.
This is an older neighbourhood of Edmonton. Most of the development occurred after the end of World War II. Over half the properties were constructed between 1946 and 1960. The majority of the properties are singly family dwellings. Twenty percent of properties are rented apartments with the rest being duplexes and row houses. Three quarters of the properties are owner occupied.
There is some mobility in the population. A previous census revealed that one in six residents had moved within the last year. But half of the residents had lived in the same area for at least five years.
There are two schools which serve the neighbourhood. Lauderdale Elementary School is operated by the Edmonton Public School System and Ecole Pere-Lacombe (Francophone) is operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System. The designated junior high school is Killarney Junior High and Queen Elizabeth is the school for Senior High school students.
The Grand Trunk Arena and the Grand Trunk Fitness and Leisure Centre are both located near the Northwest corner of the neighbourhood.