Paisley in south Edmonton is bounded to the north by the Rosehill Cemetery and Graydon Hill neighbourhood, to the south by 28 Avenue, to the east by Heritage Valley Trail, and to the west by 141 Street. This neighbourhood is still actively under development. Housing options include single-family homes, duplexes, and row housing. The neighbourhood has multi-use trails, a stormwater pond, and three parks, one of which has a playground and another that’s a designated dog park. The neighbourhood is also bisected by a pipeline right-of-way. Additional green space and recreation can be found at nearby golf courses.

Perhaps the most distinctive feature in Paisley is its art installation, which was designed by a Seattle artist and inspired by tropical pitcher plants. Residents are served by public and Catholic schools in nearby communities. Nearby retail options include the Currents of Windermere, South Edmonton Common, and the future Heritage Valley Town Centre. Development of the Heritage Valley Hospital is expected to begin within the next few years and be complete by 2026. Residents can also access amenities in the rest of the city via the nearby Anthony Henday Drive. Additional transit service is planned in the area. Paisley was named for Brian Paisley, the founder of the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival.

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