Aldergrove Community League
8535 - 182 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 1X1
Monday - Wednesday 9 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday - Sunday - CLOSED
Office Phone: (780) 481-1588
Childcare Phone: (780) 481-9153
Fax: (780) 489-6283
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Community League Meetings
Aldergrove's executive meeting will be held on:
Second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
(except December, July and August)
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Please call Connie at 780-481-1577
Memberships for a family (any size ) are $35.00 per year
and are valid from September 1 to August 31.
For more information please click here.
Seniors Assisted Transportation Society
SATS provides safe and affordable volunteer transportation to low-income seniors.
For more information please call:
(780) 732-1221 or visit www.satsofedmonton.org
- City of Edmonton
- Edmonton 311
- Edmonton Police
- Edmonton Events for Children and Family
- Youth Programs - City of Edmonton
- Senior Programs - City of Edmonton
- Neighbourhood Watch
- Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
- Discover Edmonton
- Electronic Recycling Association
SHARON DAUBERT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Aldergrove Community League each year awards scholarships to two students who reside in Aldergrove’s boundaries and are pursuing a post secondary education. These students must be 21 years of age or younger. The scholarships are worth $ 500.00 and are presented in the fall.
A letter of application is to be submitted to the Executive at the community league office by September 30, 2019 responding to the following criteria:
a) academic achievement
b) community involvement
c) good character
d) school activity involvement
The applicant’s name, address and phone number should be included in the letter of application. A copy of the applicant’s transcripts and copy of a letter of acceptance to
a post secondary institution (university,college,technical) should be forwarded to the community league office by September 30, 2019. The applicant must have parents who reside in Aldergrove and are members of the Aldergrove Community League in good standing.
Current News & Events
Closed if the temperature is -23C or colder (with the windchill)
You’re Invited! Save the Date for Community Connector
Presented by Councillor Andrew Knack, you’re invited to participate in the first ever Community Connector on Saturday, February 1st 2020 from 1:30PM-3:30PM at the Westend Seniors Activity Centre (9629 176 St NW).
Community Connector is an opportunity for citizens to share what they believe their community strengths to be and what we can do collectively to improve our communities while learning about local organizations.
As well, there will be a presentation from Police Chief McFee on Community Safety, with closing remarks from REACH’s Jan Fox.
Organizations that service Ward 1 and all of Edmonton will be there to participate in the event discussions as an integrated approach to strengthen capacity for collaboration.
We hope this event is a step forward in creating a community that is better connected and that will better support each other as a place for business, public service and growth.
After Community Connector, Jasper Place Revitalization will be hosting a community building workshop that all attendees are welcome to stay for. Mainly the workshop will be looking at the wider community, its benefits, its distinct characteristics and importance within the larger city.
These events are an opportunity to:
If you are interested in attending the event please either sign up via the eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-connector-tickets-88520458073?ref=estw) or please feel free to email me back as it is just to keep track of attendance.
At the request of City Council, the Ward Boundary Commission is seeking input from community stakeholders and Edmonton residents to support the development of a set of recommendations regarding the design of municipal electoral ward boundaries.
Edmonton is divided into twelve electoral wards, each represented by a City Councillor. Wards are designed using the criteria outlined in the Ward Boundary Design Policy (City Policy 469A). As described in the Policy Statement, “clear, distinct and easily identifiable ward boundaries are essential to the municipal election process. Ward boundary design should also respect the democratic principle of “one-person, one-vote” by striving to keep ward populations substantially equal.”
Significant residential development has led to population increases in some areas of the city. In January, 2019, land was annexed from Leduc County and the City of Beaumont, extending the municipal boundary south. These changes mean that the existing boundaries of some wards may no longer align with the criteria described in the Ward Boundary Design Policy.
In June, 2019, City Council established a Ward Boundary Commission, the first in Edmonton’s history, to conduct a comprehensive review of the current ward boundary structure and Ward Boundary Design Policy. The Commission will submit a report to City Council in 2020, providing a set of recommendations that could lead to adjustments to the existing boundaries and amendments to the Design Policy.
The Review is entering a broader phase of public engagement. A dedicated project website, involved.edmonton.ca/wardreview, provides information on the Review and outlines the opportunities for community stakeholders to share their advice and feedback with the Commission.
An online survey, available on the Review web page, invites participants to:
Drop-in public engagement sessions begin this week. The full schedule can be found on involved.edmonton.ca/wardreview. These sessions offer an opportunity to review the mapping concepts, provide feedback, and discuss the project with Commission members, and project facilitators and administrators. As valued stakeholders, we hope to see you there.
If you would like further information, please contact email@example.com
Sincerely, Jared Wesley
Chair, Ward Boundary Commission
Come and experience the joy of the holiday season with the Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA) Band.
The RCA Band, joined by the Military Wives’ Choir, will perform traditional and contemporary holiday favourites.
Donations can be made in the lobby and will go to the Military Family Resource Centre.
The RCA Band, based out of 3 CDSB Edmonton, is Canada’s oldest professional military band.
They have been proudly representing Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces locally and internationally for over 100 years, and perform at over 250 events annually.
Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/rcaband to receive the latest updates on our future performances.
*If you would like advance tickets for group bookings, please email RCABandPR@forces.gc.ca
Stormwater Facilities have become popular recreation hotspots in Edmonton and this is not good practice. These facilities have a job to do; they are an important part of the stormwater drainage infrastructure in the city and help prevent flooding during severe weather events and by collecting run off from city streets. Water moves through these facilities throughout the year creating instability and when combined with the substances that are washed into the facility from the streets they become dangerous. Recreation on these facilities is prohibited, although it is not widely recognized. Families should find safe winter recreation alternatives. EPCOR has compiled a list of safe skating sites in Edmonton, which can be searched on our website at epcor.com/safe-rinks.
Anthony Henday Drive Widening Project
Please be advised of an upcoming public meeting to provide information on the Anthony Henday Drive Widening Project.
Widening will occur on Anthony Henday Drive (Highway 216) between Whitemud Drive and Highway 2 (Calgary Trail) adding one traffic lane in each direction. Construction will start October 2019 and is anticipated to be completed in fall 2022.
The meeting will provide information on the project scope, construction schedule and the prime contractor, Carmacks Enterprise Ltd.
Anthony Henday Widening
Whitemud Drive to Hwy 2 (Calgary Trail)
Pre-Construction Public Meeting, Sept 26, 2019
Drop In between 5 and 8 pm
Ellerslie Rugby Park
11004 Ellerslie Rd SW
COFFEE WITH A COP
Join our West Division Officers for our monthly Coffee with a Cop where you will enjoy free fresh coffee, cookies and an opportunity to ask questions and share your community concerns. There may even be a police car for you. Drop by with the kids and they'll have the opportunity to see inside a police vehicle and pick up some cool EPS swag.
Next "Coffee with a Cop" meeting will be held on: TBA at 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM at McDonald's Canada (11260 GROAT ROAD, Edmonton, Alberta)
Grove City Chorus - Acapella
Wednesday's from 8 to 10 p.m.
All male acapella group practices at the community league. They are looking for new singers. Please contact Connie at 780-481-1588 if interested.
WEST END SENIOR WINTER PROGRAM GUIDE
Winter Program Guides are available and we will be starting our Registrations on December 10th. We have over 100 programs and drop in activities for people 55+. In addition, we have partnered with the Jewish Drop-In Centre, Eldercare and Strathcona Place to promote their seniors programming as well!
Here is the link to our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WESeniors/
Please follow this link to download the complete Winter Guide.
OUT OF SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM
You're in luck!... We have spots available for children in kindergarten to grade 6 inclusive. Aldergrove Out of School Care is a well established and is non profit.
Contact Lori at 780-481-9153 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
OUT OF SCHOOL CARE DONATIONS
We are a not for profit run Out of School Care facility. We would appreciate donations of empty pop bottles, toys, books & games in good condition (and all game pieces included), as well as paper & craft supplies. We also collect pop tabs in partnership with Ronald McDonald House. Cash donation also accepted.