Brevoort Park neighbourhood of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is located to the south of 8th Street. Close to the amenities offered by the 8th Street Arterial Commercial District which hosts the Circle 8 Centre and Bedford Square strip mall. Market Mall on Preston Avenue is also nearby to the south. Across Taylor Street is the Nutana Suburban Centre which provides access to both public and separate secondary schools: Walter Murray Collegiate Institute and Holy Cross High School respectively. This neighborhood came to fruition in the 1960s.
In Saskatoon's non-partisan municipal politics, Brevoort Park lies within ward 8. It is currently represented by Councillor Glen Penner.
The Brevoort Park Community Association provides many recreational activities for the residents ranging from yoga to kindergym.
Roads are laid out in a grid fashion in the northern region by 8th Street East which is a main thoroughfare through the city of Saskatoon with easy access to intersecting provincial highways. Streets run east and west, Avenues run north and south. At 7th Street until the southern boundary of Taylor Street, the roads are a court system around Brevoort Park South and North. Circle Drive forms the eastern perimeter, and Preston Avenue the western perimeter. The street toponymy derives from Saskatoon early pioneer settlers to boom town. Cameron Crescent connecting Holy Cross High School and Brevoort Park School was named after Murdo Cameron, president of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities and Reeve of the rural municipality bounding the City of Saskatoon. Septimus Alfred Clark served on the early Saskatoon town council, as well as designed buildings constructed in Saskatoon in the early 1900s. Clark Crescent at St. Matthew School on Arlington Avenue connects to 7th Street East. For additional street naming conventions The Brevoort Park community association has compiled a document entitled Street Names.