The City of Edmonton is proposing the development of a 5-storey (30 unit) supportive housing development in Inglewood at the location of 12312 112 Avenue. This development will provide people who have experienced homeless with the support, safety, and stability they need to lead healthy and connected lives through on-site staff and wraparound services.
The City wants to hear from you! They are planning a series of community engagement opportunities over the course of this summer to solicit community feedback on the project. These opportunities will include online surveys, digital community round tables, and larger format public engagement sessions. If you are interested in participating in the engagement process email email@example.com or click on the link below to sign up for email updates and complete a survey.
Inglewood Community League is participating in a fundraising event hosted by the Edmonton Eskimos on August 23, 2019. What’s involved? Just purchase a ticket to attend the Friday, August 23rd game at 7PM for the Edmonton Eskimos vs the Winnipeg Blue Bombers from this link (https://fevo.me/inglewood).
For each Green ticket, five dollars ($5) for will come back to our league, and for a Bronze or Silver ticket, ten dollars ($10) will come back to our league.
Tickets for kids are FREE when you select a Green Kids or Bronze Youth tickets!
Proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward two community league projects:
This is an all ages event. The tickets will be distributed 2 days before the event via email.
Please remember to use this link (https://fevo.me/inglewood) to purchase your Eskimos tickets. This site will generate a link after you purchase your own ticket that you can forward on so that others interested can be seated as close to you as possible.
We hope to see you and your family in the stands cheering on our home team on August 23rd!
The free drop-in summer Green Shack program is returning to Inglewood this summer! Join in on games, sports, crafts, music, drama and special events!
This program is targeted for children aged 6-12, but all children accompanied by an adult are welcome to attend. Summer Green Shack runs July 2- August 22, Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 6 PM and Inglewood School Park (12515 – 116 Ave).
Each day of the week you will get active and experience a variety of crafts, games, sports, and free play! Neighbourhood Recreation would like to acknowledge that our programs respectfully take place on Treaty 6 Territory, and Metis Nation Region 4.
Summer Starts at EPL: Saturday, June 22 to Saturday August 24, 2019
Read, create and explore all Summer with Summer Starts at EPL! Sign up for our summer reading and activity challenge and attend our free classes and events.
Kids will enjoy a summer of reading as well as free classes featuring magicians, zoo animals, puppetry, science, art and Makerspace. Everyone is invited to our official Opening of Summer Starts at EPL event on Saturday, June 22. Come in and register then or any time after… The more you read, the more chances you have to win an exciting grand prize! We are also hosting weekly games and prize draws as well as daytime and weekend classes for ages preschool to 12.
Why should kids get to have all the fun? Summer Reads is the summer reading club for adults and teens! Those over 12 can log their Reads over the summer and participate in community-based activities to earn rewards and enter to win a grand prize.
Further contact from the City of Edmonton directly to residents will occur in the coming months.
In addition to this construction, EPCOR Water will also be upgrading distribution systems throughout the City. Upgrades include small-scale projects such as hydrant relocations, cathodic protection and valve installations, as well as large-scale projects such as full water main replacements.
Construction will run from the end of April to October. Individual projects will take 2-8 weeks to complete. Prior to construction, properties directly impacted will receive a notification letter with contact information for EPCOR and the on-site contractor. The letter will also contain additional information about the project schedule and duration, temporary water supplies, garbage pick-up and safety around the construction site. Notice of any planned interruptions to water service will also be provided to affected customers at least 24 hours in advance.