Blue Quill is a residential neighbourhood located in south west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Blue Quill and the adjacent neighbourhood of Blue Quill Estates are named to honour Chief Blue Quill of the Saddle Lake Band.It is bounded on the south by 23 Avenue, on the east by 111 Street, and on the west by 119 Street. The north boundary is Saddleback Road east of 115 Street, and a utility corridor west of 115 Street. At 115 Street, Saddleback Road turns south and cuts through the neighbourhood. The south west corner of the neighbourhood overlooks the Blackmud Creek Ravine.DemographicsIn the City of Edmonton's 2012 municipal census, Blue Quill had a population of living in dwellings, a 1.9% change from its 2009 population of. With a land area of 1.06km2, it had a population density of people/km2 in 2012.Residential developmentAccording to the 2001 federal census, almost two out of every three of all residences in the neighbourhood were built during the 1970s. Another one in four of all residences were built during the 1980s. A small number of residences were built before 1970 and a small number were built after 1990.The most common type of residence in Blue Quill, according to the 2005 municipal census, is the rented apartment in low-rise buildings with fewer than five stories. These account for roughly six out of every ten of all residences in the neighbourhood. Single-family dwellings account for another three out of every ten of residences. The remaining dwellings are a mixture of row houses and duplexes . Just over three out of every five of all residences are rented while only two out of every five are owner-occupied.