Staffordville, Lethbridge

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Country Canada
Province Alberta
City Lethbridge
Quadrant NW
Established 1900
Annexed 1913
 • Administrative body Lethbridge City Council

Staffordville, also originally known as "Number Three" or "Stafford", is a residential neighbourhood in the north quadrant of Lethbridge, Alberta. It is located north of Dave Elton ball park and east to Stafford Drive. It borders Legacy Ridge to the north and Westminster to the east. Staffordville was named after William Stafford, mining engineer for the North Western Coal and Navigation Company.[1]

Staffordville was formerly a village north of the City of Lethbridge, located approximately 3 km (1.9 mi) north of Downtown Lethbridge. The village was annexed by the City of Lethbridge in 1913.

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  1. ^ Peat, Annie Laurie Stafford, Alex Johnston, and Carlton R. Stewart. 1978. Nineteenth century Lethbridge. Lethbridge. Alta: Whoop-Up Country Chapter, Historical Society of Alberta.