About the Community

Le Reve Development Area – Shown with Major Roads

About Beaumont

Beaumont is located 2 minutes south of Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta. The City offers physical characteristics not found elsewhere, such as the European/French architecture and the landmark church situated at the top of a beautiful hill.

Beaumont’s population has seen consistent growth, marking the City as the fifth fastest growing municipality in Canada, with a current population of 18,829 people.

In 2017, Beaumont annexed 21 quarter sections of land that provided new opportunities for light industrial, business park, and other non-residential development. Of these lands, Le Reve consists of 4 quarter sections and is planned to accommodate almost 75 acres of commercial land along 50 Street. This is supplemented by residential development planned for the remainder of the plan area, consisting of a population of about 12,000 people residing minutes away.

Business Climate

Beaumont recently expanded its boundaries to incorporate new opportunities for light industrial, business park, and other nonresidential development. With over 150,000 ft2 of new retail office space currently under construction, Beaumont has identified the following areas as key markets for business growth: retail and commercial, small business and entrepreneurship, service and supply in support of Alberta’s hydrocarbon industry, office development, eco and technology development, business and professional services, transportation and logistics, and hospitality.

Future Residential

Established Residential


Business Park

Institutional & Public Facilities

Community Commercial


Light Industrial

Private Recreation

Parks & Open Space


Le Reve

Le Reve covers approximately four quarter sections. Of these lands, over 75 acres are planned for commercial development with over 40 acres to be serviced within the first phases of development. This development features high visibility from 50 Street, receiving over 25,000 trips per day, from commuters to and from Beaumont.

The area offers easy access from three major transportation routes:

  • Queen Elizabeth (QEII) Highway (Highway 2)
  • Highway 625
  • Anthony Henday Drive




Beaumont is the fifth fastest growing municipality in Canada, seeing an annual increase of 5-6% since 2000. Its current population is over 18,829, and continues to see strong growth. The City has a young population, with an average age of 33, supplemented with high incomes, averaging at $134,443.

  • 26% of the population on is under 15 years of age
  • More than half of Beaumont’s households have an annual income greater than $125,000
  • Beaumont’s median income has grown 20% since 2011, providing residents with stronger buying power




Beaumont Median Age


Edmonton Median Age


Alberta Median Age


Beaumont Avg Census Family Size



Median Household Income in Beaumont


Household Total Income in 2015

  • 0-14 YRS 26% 26%
  • 25-34 YRS 16% 16%
  • 35-44 YRS 18% 18%
  • 44-54 YRS 12% 12%
  • 65+ YRS 6% 6%

2007 Population

2018 Population

+860 New People Per Year

Beaumont Education, Labour, & Employment

68% of residents have some form of post-secondary education

Beaumont residents’ top fields of study are:

Architecture, Engineering, and Related Technologies

Business, Management, and Public Administration

Health and Well-being

2016 Labour Force



Unemployment Rate

Beaumont residents are most commonly employed in:


Health Care & Social Services

Mining, Oil & Gas

Retail Trade

Edmonton Metropolitan Area

Beaumont is a member of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region, and is designated as a Priority Growth Area. The Edmonton Metropolitan Region houses a population of 1.36 million and is the second fastest growing region in Canada. Despite the current oil and gas downturn, the Edmonton Region is anticipated to continue to grow with a population projected up to 2.2 million in the next 30 years.