Edmontonians have been calling for a reduction in residential speed limits for over a decade. On May 14, 2019, City Council advanced discussions to reduce residential and collector speed limits within our communities. To help Community Leagues understand the impact for these changes, the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues has developed the Neighbourhood Street Safety Handbook.
Speed Limits and Road Safety Survey
As a resident of Inglewood your thoughts matter on potential speed limit reductions and how improved traffic safety can improve neighbourhood livability within your community. You can share your thoughts with the EFCL by completing a 20 minute survey! The deadline to complete the survey is December 1, 2019.
The Inglewood Neighbourhood Table is a safe and fun place for everyone. Come and get a nutritious community meal. There are recreational and learning opportunities for your children and healthy living information and resources for adults. The dinners take place at the Inglewood Community Hall, 12525 116 Ave. and run from 5:00 – 8:00 on selected Mondays. Dinner is only served until 6:30.
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!
Kids on Track Day Camps will be in Inglewood this summer!
Kids On Track is a community organization with a passion to offer hope, direction and support to children, youth and parents.
Inglewood School July 22-25 (Mon – Thur) at Inglewood School (11515-127 St), 9:30 am to 4:00pm.
NO KID TURNED AWAY, we will work with what you can pay!
Each day includes singing, drama, puppets, crafts, sporting activities, and character building lessons all around a central theme of the day. No bored kids here! We use all interactive learning times lesson include hands-on experiences. Character building themes such as conquering fears, kindness, patience, and perseverance through hard times are taught in engaging and creative ways.
Arise and Shine is a volunteer mental health support group in Edmonton which meets Sunday afternoons at 3:30 for walks in Edmonton’s parks. We’ll meet at different city park each week, and go for a stroll by the river on the beautiful pathways and parks nearby. In case the weather is not cooperative, we’ll use the Pedway system. Sign up at their meetup page for the location each walk.
Supporting our members through life challenges was the primary reason for founding the group so you can come exactly as you are. No matter how you are feeling or doing, we will welcome you with open arms and our commitment is that the walk is a moment of light and joy in your day!
Just bring yourself and get ready to meet a fun and positive group of people!
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.