Pacific Heights, Saskatoon
|Suburban Development Area||Confederation SDA|
|• Type||Municipal (Ward 3)|
|• Administrative body||Saskatoon City Council|
|• Average Income||$51,862|
|Time zone||UTC (UTC−6)|
|City of Saskatoon Neighbourhoods|
Pacific Heights is geographically located in north west Saskatoon. The main construction boom for this community was the 1970s, during which the City of Saskatoon annexed the land. Following elementary school, students usually attend Tommy Douglas Collegiate or Bethlehem Catholic High School on Bowlt Crescent a part of Blairmore SDA community. According to MLS data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $279,500.
Diefenbaker Drive is a main artery which curves around the neighbourhood on both the eastern and the northern limits. Monck Avenue defines the western edge, and the main City thoroughfare of 22nd Street West is the southern perimeter.
The 2012 concept plan for the new community of Kensington, to the west, indicates that Monck Avenue will be removed (despite having been constructed in the 1970s, there has never been any residential development along that roadway). The City officially announced the planned closure in the summer of 2013. As a result of the lack of residential development on the roadway and the location on the far west end of the city limits, Monck Avenue was notorious for late night drag racing prior to the installation of speed bumps in 2007. With the exception of the west leg of Devonshire Crescent, the roadway served as a shortcut for motorists wanting to cross between Diefenbaker & Centennial Drives without using Lisgar Avenue, which also connects the two roadways.
- Pacific Park 19.10 acres (77,300 m2)
- Pacific Park 5.47 acres (22,100 m2)
- Atlantic Park 10.07 acres (40,800 m2)
|Lester B. Pearson School|
|3620 Centennial Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 5L2
|School board||Saskatoon Public School Division|
|Vice principal||Gerald Krogstad|
|Feeder to||Tommy Douglas Collegiate|
|Website||Lester B. Pearson School|
|Father Vachon School|
|3722 Centennial Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 5K4
|School board||Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools|
|Vice principal||Darcy Todos|
|Grades||Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8|
|Feeder to||Bethlehem High School|
|Website||Father Vachon School|
- Lester B. Pearson Public Elementary School
- Father Vachon Separate Elementary School
Both Lester B. Pearson School and Father Vachon School are nestled side by each along Centennial Drive with their northern school yards extend out into Pacific Park.
Pacific Heights is served by the amenities provided next door at Confederation Suburban Centre especially 22nd Street Arterial Commercial District which is just across Diefenbaker Drive. Community residents will also soon enjoy those proferred by Blairmore Suburban Centre which is under construction.
Highway 14 extends out westward from 22nd Street West and is being revamped for the new neighbourhood construction west of the old City limits. Blairmore SDA will soon define the new western city limits. Asquith and, Biggar will soon be the new bedroom communities as Saskatoon expands.
Pacific Heights is serviced by the City Transit Bus Route Saskatoon Transit.
Pacific Heights community Association, established November 1978, puts on elementary school fun nights, and is responsible for assembling together a number of sports, recreational and fitness programs for the areas various age groups. The association also maintains their own website at Pacific Heights Community Association 
The roadways are mainly named after prominent politicians and fathers of confederation.
|List of Streets in Pacific Heights|
|Centennial Drive||Named in honour of the Canadian centennial in 1967|
|Cockburn Crescent||James Cockburn; Father of confederation|
|Devonshire Crescent, Way||Duke of Devonshire Governor General of Canada|
|Diefenbaker Drive||John G. Diefenbaker; Former Prime Minister of Canada|
|Dickey Crescent||Robert B. Dickey ; Father of confederation|
|Haviland Crescent||Thomas Heath Haviland ; Father of confederation|
|Johnson Crescent||John Mercer Johnson; Father of confederation|
|Langevin Crescent||Sir Hector-Louis Langevin; Father of confederation|
|Lisgar Avenue||John Young, 1st Baron Lisgar; second Governor General of Canada|
|Lloyd Crescent||Woodrow Stanley Lloyd; Former premier of Saskatchewan|
|McDougall Crescent||William McDougall; Father of confederation|
|Michener Crescent, Way, Court, Place.||Roland Michener Governor General of Canada 1967–1974|
|Monck Avenue||Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck (1819–1894), Governor General of Canada|
|Mowat Crescent||Oliver Mowat; Father of confederation|
|Patterson Crescent||William Paterson; Former premier of Saskatchewan|
|Pope Crescent||James Colledge Pope; Father of confederation|
|Tache Crescent||Étienne-Paschal Taché ; Father of confederation|
|Vanier Crescent, Way||Georges Vanier; 19th Governor General of Canada|
- Pacific Heights pdf accessed April 9, 2007
- Populace Spring 2006 accessed April 9, 2007
- City of Saskatoon City of Saskatoon · Departments · Community Services · City Planning · ZAM Maps accessed April 9, 2007
- "Pacific Heights". Saskatoon Realty. Retrieved 2014-01-08.
- Selling an Idea or a Product accessed January 27, 2007
- Second time house hit by car
- Active List of Saskatchewan Schools/Programs (PDF), retrieved 2015-07-01
- Our History (PDF), retrieved 2015-07-01
- City of Saskatoon · Departments · Community Services · Community ... accessed April 9, 2007
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pacific Heights.|
- Local Area Planning
- Saskatoon Neighbourhoods Word Search Puzzle
- City of Saskatoon City of Saskatoon · Departments · Community Services · City Planning · ZAM Maps
- Populace Spring 2006
|Kensington||Confederation Suburban Centre|
|Blairmore Suburban Centre