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    Cedarbrae was built in 1973. 6,237 people live there as of 2012, which is a decline in the population of the community. 37th street creates the western boundary of the community, while Anderson Road creates its southern, Southland Drive its northern and 24th Street its eastern boundary.

    The closest bus terminal is Southland, and the bus route that runs through Cedarbrae is 84.

    Parks & Recreation
    Cedarbrae does have a park within its borders called Oakfield. Others are located nearby, such as Braeside Park just beyond 24th Street SW, as well as the Tom Brook Athletic Park. Those interested in shopping are always pleased by the selection and closeness of the Co-Op Shopping Centre, although shopping isn’t the number one priority of Cedarbrae. The community, like others around it, revels in the quiet of residential life unspoiled by too much commercial activity.

    Dr. E.P. Scarlett High School, Cedarbrae School, and St. Cyril Elementary & Junior High are schools that serve the community of Cedarbrae.

    Houses of Worship
    Houses of worship around Cedarbrae include The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, the Oak Park Church of Christ, and the Foundation Baptist Church.