Welcome to the Inglewood Community
Yes it’s true. Our tired old website has been replaced with a new and functional look to better serve our community. News stories will still show on the landing page at www.inglewoodcl.com, but so will upcoming events and some information about the Inglewood Community...read more
Looking to get outdoors this winter or just explore your local part of the city? Check out Walk Edmonton's suggested walking/biking routes for Inglewood, Sherbrooke and St. Charles neighbourhoods. Walking maps are available at your local public library or contact...read more
The Edmonton Sport Council has launched an updated website at edmontonsport.com to better serve the Edmonton active living, active recreation and sport community. The “Activity Search” page has improved search capabilities and expanded listings to help you find the...read more
Hello friends! The first Home Routes show of 2018 will feature Canadian folk duo Moore and McGregor, who play upwards of 12 instruments between them! Tickets 20$ at the door, all proceeds go to the artists Doors open 7:00pm Show starts 7:30pm BYOB and snacks to share...read more
EWSA's soccer registration site is now open. Please go to: http://emsawest.com/play/register/outdoor-registration and register your kids to play for Inglewood during the upcoming outdoor season (May through June 2018). Registration is open between February 1 -28,...read more
Central Edmonton does not have an option for French Immersion (FI) programming in a public school! Right now, this means that kids registered in an FI program have to bus to a school outside of their local area. In the past, there has been a valiant attempt at making...read more
The Inglewood Community League represents the Inglewood neighbourhood in the City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Membership is free to all residents of the neighbourhood and can also be used to get discounts at City recreational facilities, some neighbourhood businesses. Membership is also required to skate at outdoor rinks or participate in other recreational programs such as soccer.
The board of the ICL is elected at the Annual General Meeting in the fall of the year. The ICL seeks to enhance the quality of life for residents as well as advocating for neighbourhood concerns with City of Edmonton elected officials and departments.