Once its own separate town, Hardieville was annexed by the City of Lethbridge in 1978. The houses come in a variety of styles and densities, and it backs onto the coulees.
Amenities: Although typical commercial amenities found in any small town once populated the neighbourhood, Hardieville is now entirely residential—other than a church—and residents must travel to Uplands Commons or the Sherring Business Park for retail services.
Georgetown Park is the only park in the neighbourhood, but there is easy access to Alexander Wilderness Park, and Pavan Park and Peenaquim Park are only a short drive away. It will also be across the street from the new North Regional Park, which is under development.
One bus services Hardieville, but the community is within walking distance from the north Lethbridge transit terminal, providing easy access to downtown. Hardieville is also near Scenic Drive, so getting to Crowsnest Trail and downtown takes only a few minutes.
Churches: Trinity Reformed Church is the only church in the neighbourhood, but Netherlands Reformed, Jehovah’s Witnesses, United Church, and River of Life Community Church are short drives away.
Schools: Although Hardieville once had a school, it no longer exists. An elementary school is planned for nearby Legacy Ridge, but in the meantime, Park Meadows School is a short drive. Wilson Middle School and Winston Churchill High School are also within driving distance.
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