Welcome to the Boothill Community Regina

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Welcome to the Boot Hill Community Association

The Boot Hill neighbourhood is a small neighborhood in southeast Regina

Boot Hill is bordered by the Al Ritchie neighbourhood to the north of Broadway Avenue, Wascana Centre to the south, the Arcola East neighbourhood to the east of the Highway 1 Bypass and the Al Ritchie neighbourhood to the east of McDonald. Assiniboia East, Dominion Heights and sections of Assiniboia East, Assiniboia Place and Douglas Place are located within the Boot Hill neighborhood boundaries.

The majority of the houses in Boot Hill are single-detached dwellings built during the post World War II period of 1946-1961. Over the years the neighbourhood has remained fairly static mainly because of the geographical boundaries, which prohibit further expansion.

The neighbourhood has several destination parks. Douglas Park to the south has the Canada Games Athletic Complex, which is a major athletic area drawing multiple local, provincial and national sport and track events each year. The park boasts regulation-sized track and jump-pits.

Leibel Field, adjacent to the Athletic Complex has numerous sports facilities, including a cricket pitch, five tennis courts, and ball diamonds. Other parks in the area include Dominion Park, Queen Elizabeth, and Jubilee Park, which are well used for soccer and ball. As well,

Boot Hill is in close proximity to the Saskatchewan Science Centre and the Kramer Imax Theatre in Wascana Park. There are two schools in the neighbourhood, complete with athletic fields. Douglas Park School was recently demolished and rebuilt to very modern standards. It is one of the key hubs in the neighborhood.

Representatives of the Boot Hill Community Association appreciate that Boothill is surrounded by parks and green spaces, giving the area a unique feel.