Rundle Heights is a residential neighborhood overlooking the North Saskatchewan River valley in the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighborhood was named after missionary Robert Terrill Rundle. While the neighborhood didn't develop until the 1960s and 1970s, the area was closely associated with the Town of Beverly, a working class community that amalgamated with Edmonton in 1961. A number of the Beverly coal mines were located in the area. And today the working class roots still run deep in the neighborhood, with the primary resident being blue collar middle class and upper middle class families.
The community features two of the city’s most beloved public land areas, Rundle Park and the Rundle Heights Golf Course
There are two schools in Rundle Heights. The Rundle Heights Elementary School is operated by the Edmonton Public School System and St. Jerome Catholic Elementary School is operated by the Edmonton Catholic School System. Both Schools offer advanced educational opportunities and the public school focuses on the arts and music.