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Ogilvie Ridge is a 58.4 hectare neighbourhood located immediately adjacent to the Whitemud Creek ravine in the southeast area of Riverbend which borders on Bulyea Heights, a 60 metre power line right-of-way and Rabbit Hill. Homes in Ogilvie Ridge Edmonton are single family residential houses developed in the early 1980s. ,
The natural topography of the area and Ogilvie Ridge’s integration with the River Valley ravine system are some of the key defining features. A large park site is located at the centre of Ogilvie Ridge and includes playing field space, a naturalized park, a water feature, and tennis courts.
Vehicle circulation is based on a hierarchical system starting from Terwillegar Drive, a major arterial that connects with the Anthony Henday ring road and Whitemud Drive. The major roadway serving the neighbourhood is Rabbit Hill Road, the east–west arterial that provides access to Terwillegar Drive.
Ogilvie Ridge was named after James H. Ogilvie, who was a politician for 57 years, a lawyer, and a veteran of World War I. Ogilvie originally came to Edmonton from Nova Scotia in 1914 and enrolled at the University of Alberta. He was called to the bar in 1920 and served as a city alderman between 1932 and 1948.