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
Community League Meetings
are held the first Tuesday of each month,
except July, August & December.
Our next meeting is: Tuesday February 4, 2014.
Memberships for a family of 4 are $35.00 per year
and are valid from September 1 to September 1.
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
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POLICE TELEPHONE LINE FOR NON-EMERGENCY COMPLAINTS
For any non-emergency complaints that may include suspicious persons or activites to trouble of any kind in our neighborhood and it's parks,
please dial 780-423-4567 or #377 (mobile devices within city limits only)
Please visit there website to learn more: http://www.edmontonpolice.ca/
ELECTRONIC RECYCLING ASSOCIATION
Ever wonder what to do with your old printers or computers, look no further. Donate them to the Electronic Recycling Association.
They are a not for profit organization with a mission to reduce electronic waste and the negative impact it has on the environment by reusing and recycling unwanted computers, laptops and other electronic equipment. We tend to prevent unwanted electronics from ending up in landfills or being prematurely disposed of and recycled when there is somebody that can still use them, maximize the life span of computers by refurbishing and donating them to your local charities and other not for profit organizations at no cost, and, if the equipment is not suitable for donation, recycle it in an environmentally friendly way.
For more information and locations please visit there website by clicking here.
SAFER COMMUNITIES & NEIGHBOURHOODS
The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) unit promotes safe communities by targeting and shutting down properties that are regularly used for illegal activities related to drugs, gangs, prostitution and child exploitation.
Provincial SCAN legislation empowers citizens to take back their neighbourhood by reporting problem properties. Complaints are confidential and the identity of the complainant will not be revealed at any time.
The unit uses civil legislation to target properties, not people. Any criminal activities uncovered when dealing with these properties is turned over to the police to investigate.
SCAN investigators will meet with a property owner or send a warning letter to try and solve the problem informally before taking legal action.
If informal efforts are unsuccessful, SCAN will apply to the courts for a Community Safety Order (CSO) that requires owners to clean up their property or ordering the property to be closed for 90 days. Tenants are only removed from a property as a last resort and when there has been no cooperation from the tenants or the owner.
SCAN supports partner law enforcement agencies by targeting commercial or residential problem properties that are often a hugely disproportionate drain on police time and resources.
The process starts when one or more residents of a neighbourhood file a complaint with SCAN using a toll-free number 1-866-960-SCAN (7226) or using the SCAN online complaint form. All complaints are kept confidential.
Between April 1, 2012 and March 31, 2013, SCAN fielded 305 public complaints and resolved 268 complaints. Many of those cases were resolved through informal means, such as working with the landlord or owner.
COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX PROGRAM
Interested in taking this course to help low income families with their taxes for no charge? CVITP is a collaboration between the CRA and community organizations. The organizations host tax preparation clinics and arrange for volunteers to prepare income tax and benefit returns for eligible individuals.
For more information please click here.
3rd YEAR BEST NEIGHBOURHOODS SURVEY
Avenue Magazine's Best Neighbourhoods issue is slated for August, 2014. And, once again, with the help of Banister Research and Consulting Ltd., we are asking our readers to help us determine the best places in the city in which to live. Do you love the downtown lifestyle? A historic home in an established neighbourhood? Or do you love the idea of moving into a newly developed area, with lots of modern amenities?
Please click here to read more and fill out the survey.