Westview has more than 30 acres of public parks and only one public elementary school, Caroline Robins. Families that support the Catholic School Division send their children to Bishop Klein in nearby Massey Place. This area’s development took place mostly during a three-decade period beginning in the 1970s. The Saskatoon public transportation system has three bus lines in the region. A strip mall on Richardson Road serves the suburb directly, and many other facilities, such as Confederation Mall and the Co-op grocery store on 33rd Street West, are nearby. This location is close to Circle Drive, which allows for a speedier travel to other parts of the city, and the Saskatoon International Airport is only a 6-minute drive away. Westview has a population of about 3,600 people.