Rundle is a community in northeast Calgary, established in 1973 it was developed along with the other three "Properties" communities of Whitehorn, Temple and Pineridge during the building boom of the mid-1970s. The community is named after Robert Terrill Rundle a missionary that worked in Western Canada in the mid-19th century.
Boundaries of the community are 32 Avenue to the north, 52 Street to the east, 16 Avenue to the south and 36 Street to the west.
School zones may be adjusted by both the public and or catholic school boards, visit the links above to confirm the most current information
Click here for a breakdown of social statistics for this culturally diverse community, including such details as income, age, marital status and population diversity.