Onoway is a town in central Alberta, Canada. It is west of Edmonton at the junction of Highway 37 and Highway 43.
The Canadian National Railway tracks run through the town, which is east of Lac Ste. Anne and south of the Sturgeon River. Onoway built and opened a new elementary school, but the fate of the existing school has not yet been confirmed. Every June, Onoway has a fair weekend, called "Heritage Days".
In the 2011 Census, the Town of Onoway had a population of 1.039. This was an 18.7% increase from its 2006 population of 875. About 375 of its 403 total houses were occupied. In the 2010 municipal census, there was a population of 1.021.
In 2006, Onoway had a population of 875 living in 355 houses, a 3.3% increase from 2001. The town has a land area of 3.34 km 2 1.29 sq mi and a population density of 262.4/km 2 680/sq mi.
According to the 2001 census:
- Land area: 3.34 km²
- Average value of private dwelling: $89.847
- Median family income: $37.039
- Population: 847 788 in 1996; 1.036 2005