The Next of Kin Memorial Avenue at Woodlawn Cemetery Saskatoon
|Suburban Development Area||Lawson SDA|
|• Type||Municipal (Ward 1)|
|• Administrative body||Saskatoon City Council|
|Time zone||CST (UTC-6)|
Kelsey-Woodlawn is a combination of industrial park nestled between the North West Industrial SDA and the Central Industrial of down town Saskatoon. It is still serviced by the CNR rail lines to both the north and east. There are two older neighbourhoods, one still survives near SIAST - Kelsey institute on Idylwyld Drive North, and the other is the McVicar Addition near the Woodlawn Cemetery. According to MLS data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $232,279.
Within the Lawson Suburban Development Area (West Side), the neighbourhood of Kelsey-Woodlawn reaches as far north as the north industrial area bearing 40A Street as its northern perimeter. The CNR train track marks the eastern boundary at Warman Road, thus encompassing the Woodlawn Cemetery. The southern most road within Kelsey-Woodlawn is 33rd Street East, and the western edge includes all the places along Idylwyld Drive. Most homes were built prior to the 1960s with no new construction virtually after 1980 at all and the main tenants would be students attending SIAST on 33rd Street and Idylwyld Drive.
Along the Woodlawn Cemetery is a small neighborhood known as the "McVicar Addition" The other residential community in the Kelsey Woodlawn subidivision are those who reside in the places which branch off Idylwyld Drive. These places are named after governors general of Canada.
Throughout the remainder of the area, the streets are numerically numbered from 33rd Street and continue north to 40 A Street. The avenues are named after the provinces of Canada.
|List of Places and Avenues|
|Connaught Place||Duke of Connaught|
|Grey Place||Earl Grey|
|Aberdeen Place||Lord Aberdeen|
|Minto Place||Earl of Minto|
|Stanley Place||Lord Stanley of Preston|
Next of Kin Memorial Avenue is bedecked with many planted trees honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in war engagements. This Road of Remembrance was designated in 1993 as a National Historic Site. 
- St. Michael School Separate or Catholic Elementary School
Within Kelsey-Woodlawn are industrial areas interspersed with the residential areas. The business and industrial areas stem off the Central Business District Warehouse area. The CNR rail yards were first located down town, and there are still CPR spur lines throughout the Kelsey Woodlawn Subdivision. Shopping is available at several various strip malls along Idylwyld Drive North, Quebec Avenue and 33rd Street East.
- Dr. J. Valens Park 2.10 acres (8,500 m2)
- Industrial Park 6.00 acres (24,300 m2)
Idylwyld Drive has had many titles: Avenue A, (Highway 11 and most currently Louis Riel Trail. It is a main thoroughfare through the city connecting Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. It also connects west Saskatoon with the bedroom communities of Warman and Martensville
Kelsey-Woodlawn serviced by City Transit Bus Routes Saskatoon Transit.
- Kelsey-Woodlawn URL accessed March 4, 2007
- "Kelsey/Woodlawn". Saskatoon Realty. Retrieved 2014-01-08.
- Selling an Idea or a Product URL accessed January 27, 2007
- A View From Above - Key to Landmarks URL accessed March 4, 2007
- Woodlawn Cemetery URL accessed March 4, 2007
- North Park & City Park (note this web page is labelled North Park and City Park and provides many beautiful images, but those of Woodlawn Cemetery and Next-of-Kin Memorial Avenue are part of the Kelsey Woodlawn Subdivision) URL accessed March 4, 2007
- St. Michael Community School URL accessed March 4, 2007
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