The Hill. The Flats. Desert Blume. Riverside. Four iconic Medicine Hat neighbourhoods that give the city its sense of place. But they’re not the only ones.
The Hill is one of the city’s original neighbourhoods, with the oldest areas developed by CP Rail upon its arrival in the area in the late 1800s. Fun fact: while the original CP neighbourhood was built parallel to the newly-completed rail line running Northwest through the city, later developments on The Hill were aligned to true north which makes the beloved original areas look slightly askew to the rest of the city.
Riverside is a small, well-established neighbourhood located along the South Saskatchewan River’s north bank. This is where you will find prestigious riverfront homes mixed with well-cared for homes of all sizes. A small neighbourhood commercial district is anchored by one of the city’s most popular and enduring cafes, the Zucchini Blossom.
The Flats is a park-like neighbourhood situated next to the South Saskatchewan River. Many of the city’s walking and biking paths connect directly to this neighbourhood, as do two of the city’s largest parks: Lion’s Park and Strathcona Park.
Located within Medicine Hat city limits, the master-planned community of Coulee Ridge offers multiple phases each with their own unique set of attributes. Immerse yourself in the comfort of rural living while the added convenience of city life. Stacked with high-end amenities and draped in natural beauty, Coulee Ridge could be your own piece of paradise.
Desert Blume is the city’s premier luxury neighborhood, surrounded by Desert Blume Golf Club. Located just south of the city, this is where many of Medicine Hat’s most prestigious homes are located. If Medicine Hat were a Monopoly game, Desert Blume would be Boardwalk.
Move to Medicine Hat is actively supported by these lead community minded organizations, and made possible in part through funding / sponsorship.
The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services. Les gouvernements de l’Alberta et du Canada travaillent en partenariat et financent conjointement des programmes et des services d’aide à l’emploi.