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 firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the link below to sign up for email updates and complete a survey.
Our annual neighbourhood Clean-Up will be done with social distancing in mind as a choose-your-own-adventure! From now until May 18th, residents are encouraged to pick up litter independently in their own areas of the neighbourhood.
You don’t have supplies, we can deliver a limited number of clean up kits to your doorsteps, or you can request one directly from the City of Edmonton by calling 311. To participate, first read the City of Edmonton guidelines and contact email@example.com to request a clean up kit delivery!
Keep these precautions in mind when picking up litter and trash in the neighbourhood:
Wash hands regularly with soap and water or hand sanitizer
Disinfect the litter grabber or any other tool used before and after use, and store it in a safe location
Secure and dispose of all litter and garbage bags in appropriate disposal locations
Report needles, graffiti or other hazardous litter by calling 311
Trashy Photo Contest
Share a photo of yourself picking up trash, and you will be entered into a draw to win a piece of original artwork from a local Inglewood artist!
To enter the contest,
take a photo of yourself or your family picking up trash in the neighbourhood between now and Monday May 18.
Post to Instagram or Facebook, and tag #inglewoodcl, or email the photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
The winner will be contacted at the conclusion of the contest. Good luck and keep Inglewood beautiful!
Registration for the 2020 outdoor minor soccer season in Inglewood is open until March 14, 2020. Click on this link: https://emsawest.com/play/register/outdoor-registration/ and register your kids for the upcoming outdoor season (May through June 2020). To complete your child’s soccer registration attend our Community Verification / Payment Night on March 14 between 5:30pm and 7:30pm at the Inglewood Community League Hall, 12515 116 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5M 0V4. Remember to bring these items with you:
Two copies of the registration confirmation from the EMSA -West portal for each player.
Your child’s Alberta Health Care Card or birth certificate for verification of birth date.
If you have not provided payment online, soccer fees, jerseys fees or bonds and/or volunteer bonds can be paid for on this evening by CASH OR CHEQUE ONLY.
One of our most popular events is returning just in time for your 2020 New Years Resolutions! Whether you want to improve your mobility, meet new people, or practice some self care our yoga classes can help get you on the right track in the new year!
Yoga increases an overall sense of well-being, promotes positivity, helps prevent falls by working on core strength and improves balance – to name just a few of the benefits! This class is designed to be inclusive – suitable for all stages, ages (teens & adults) & abilities.
Tuesday Evenings between 7 PM – 8 PM from January 7 – March 10
Inglewood Community League Members: $90
Drop-In Rates: $12 OR you can register & save!
The Inglewood Community League Board wants to make programs in the community accessible. Any community members that are interested in our winter yoga program but find the rates are steep for their budget, please connect with us confidentially.
Do something for YOU this winter and sign up today!
We Want to Hear From You!
As a member of the Inglewood Community, we want to know what kinds of programs, activities and events you would like to see happening at the League this year? Please contact our Program Director, Hayley and share away!
Students from the Alternative Energy Program at NAIT visited the Hall on October 28, 2019 to complete a free Energy Audit for the Inglewood Community League. The instructor, Dan Nkwetta, and his students, including Inglewood Community League Member Jeff Meszaros, completed a thorough walkthrough and assessment by taking measurements of the building and its equipment. This report and their recommendations will help us identify possible ways to increase the energy efficiency of our hall and reduce our energy consumption.
The report should be completed in December, at which time we’ll set up a presentation to review the report and recommendations for the community members. Stay tuned for future updates and event information.
Looking for a gift for someone who loves gardening? Do you want to shop local this holiday season? Check out the beautiful Dovercourt calendar! Pictures were taken by Dovercourt residents of local Dovercourt subjects as part of a photography contest. All sales support their community garden.
Available: Pre-orders are available until November 13, 2019