Falconer Heights was named after James F. Falconer, who was involved in the formation of Edmonton's Names Advisory Committee in the mid 1950s and served on the committee until 1979. Prior to urban development this area was used for agricultural cultivation. A natural area, which features a mature tree stand, was preserved as a park in the southeast corner. The internal road network is based on a series of cul-de-sacs oriented along a collector road (Falconer Road), with arterial roads located along the neighbourhood's boundaries
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