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Jervis Bay Park East

East Saint John/ McAllister

Westmorland Road, East Point, Fernhill, Haymarket Square, Kane’s Corner, Old East Side

Shopping. Playing. Growing.

The city’s prime shopping district is perhaps the heart of what defines the East Saint John/McAllister community. The residents in these neighbourhoods live on winding suburban streets, or in one of the areas apartment complexes—and are all just a short drive (or walk) from Parkway Mall, McAllister Mall, and countless big names in retail. 

But shopping is just one way to pass the time in this community. Schools, sports fields, playgrounds, and plenty of hiking trails are what keep many of the area’s families busy.

The old east side area is also where the city’s shipbuilding and dry dock were located. When they closed in 2003, 126 vessels had been built there.

Westmorland Road is home to Fernhill Cemetery which opened in 1848. This large beautifully treed cemetery is where area residents come to enjoy walking, running and exploring the history of the city. Another interesting historical point on Westmorland Road is Craigie Lea, a palatial red brick house built by Alexander Jardine in the mid 1800s. This was the first home in Saint John to have a full bathroom with running water, and the original bathtub is still in the house.

The boundaries and data used to define the neighbourhoods in this section are supplied by Statistics Canada as Census Tracts and may not reflect exact local area names and boundaries. Every effort has been made to include as many local names as possible.

Photo Album

Old East side at Bayside Drive Retail East East side retail hero Fernhill Cemetary East Point Mount Pleasant East Houses off McAllister Drive and Loch Lomond Home on Old East side

Council Representatives

Ward 3

Construction and Maintenance

Project:
Start Date:
End Date:
Pleasant City Street - Asphalt Maintenance Resurfacing

Project location: Pleasant City Street 
Project limits: Mount Pleasant East to Spruce Avenue 
Budget: $6,500,000

Michael Crescent - Asphalt Maintenance Resurfacing including curb and sidewalk

Project location: Michael Crescent 
Project limits: Nason Road to Mark Drive 
Budget: $6,500,000

McLaughlin Crescent - Curb and Sidewalk

Project location: McLaughlin Crescent 
Project limits: Westmorland Road to Dead End 
Budget: $6,500,000

Margaret Street - Asphalt Maintenance Resurfacing including curb and sidewalk

Project location: Margaret Street
Project limits: Westmorland Road to Ellerdale Street 
Budget: $6,500,000

Fern Street - Asphalt Maintenance Resurfacing including curb

Project location: Fern Street 
Project limits: Westmorland Road to Dead End 
Budget: $6,500,000

Cindy Lee Street - Asphalt Maintenance Resurfacing including curb and sidewalk

Project location: Cindy Lee Street
Project limits: Martha Avenue to Michael Crescent 
Budget: $6,500,000

Westmorland Road Flow Meter - Water and Sewer Construction

Project location: Westmorland Road Flow Meter
Budget: $60,000

One Mile Lift Station - Water and Sewer Construction

Project location: One Mile Lift Station 
Budget: $5,000,000

Courtenay Bay Causeway - Guiderail Replacement

Project location: Courtenay Bay Causeway 
Budget: $300,000

Transit Routes and Stops