Silverspring is a residential neighbourhood located in northeast Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The majority of Silverspring was constructed during the late 1980s and through the 1990s, on land formerly administered by the University of Saskatchewan. The land for the Silverspring community was annexed between 1955, and 1959; however, the majority of residential building construction was done after 1991, and a small amount of construction was just one decade before this.
The Saskatoon Natural Grasslands exists preserved in Silverspring. In its 34 acres, the endangered fescue has been preserved. As it is uncultivated grassland, the prairie crocus heralds spring at the end of winter. Many types of plants, such as grasses, lichens, wildflowers and fungi can be found in this ecosystem. An interpretive centre has been set up for this reserve park and the Saskatoon Nature Society provides education sessions for students, and for the public in summer months. Unfortunately, because of chronic space shortages, the centre shuffles back and forth frequently between Silverspring and Mother Teresa Schools.