The neighborhood of Taradale is situated at the eastern edge of Calgary in one of the city’s more purely residential areas between Taradale Drive to the north, 68th Street to the east, 64th Avenue to the south, and Falconridge Boulevard to the west. Taradale was originally established in 1984 and has since grown to become home to a population of over 17,000 residents. This part of Calgary continues to grow as it is popular for its separation from the downtown parts of Calgary as well as for the industrial areas that surround it which provide ample employment and for the residential nature of the street plans. The properties found in Taradale are all single-family detached homes with residents in this community holding a median household income of $58,000/year.

Public school students attend Taradale elementary or Guy Weadick elementary, Ted Harrison junior high, and James Fowler senior high school while Catholic school students are assigned to attend Our Lady of Fatima elementary, Light of Christ junior high, and Bishop McNally senior high school.

Offering views of the downtown Calgary skyline, Taradale is found at the extreme northeast edge of Calgary which makes it a somewhat separated community from the rest of the city. This area is highly representative of the city’s commitment to expanding the city limits as it continues to develop in and around Taradale. The vast majority of this area remains underdeveloped though there are several plans in place by the city which are sure to add an increase in property value in the years to come.

Calgary Transit offers over a dozen stops throughout Taradale in order to offer residents the opportunity to travel at affordable rates to anywhere they may want to visit in the city.

For those looking to take advantage of all the opportunities downtown and in Calgary’s nightlife, Taradale is certainly not the place for these people. Taradale is more in tune with young families that are looking to settle down or young professionals that are looking to settle in somewhere where they still have access to everything the city has to offer while still being at a fair distance. Without question, this is more of a residential area than anything. This area is largely free from those visiting the city and maintains a population of what are primarily permanent residents. If you’re looking to raise a family in Calgary, there’s no better place to do it than within the neighborhood limits of Taradale.