100 Ave Trail Litter
City of Edmonton Waste Services has placed litter receptacles at each block on the multi-use trail along 100 Ave between 150 St. and 163 St. They should be emptying the containers on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Help us monitor the maintenance and litter problems by letting the City know, at 311, whenever you see overflowing litter receptacles, or other instances of accumulating litter along the path.
Engage Edmonton 2017 Events
The City of Edmonton is excited to invite you to Engage Edmonton 2017. This festival of engagement events will be visiting different areas of the City throughout November and December. This is a coordinated engagement event where several City project teams will be seeking input on important topics that may impact you.
Have something to say about:
- What our main streets look like?
- The Centre Line LRT?
- How cannabis sale locations will be regulated in the city?
- How our Zoning Bylaw shape how Edmonton will look?
- Interested in turf on sports fields?
Engage Edmonton 2017 is a great way to share your voice and shape your city - all within one event. Check out the attached posters with information on dates and locations.
Alongside opportunities to engage with the City on a variety of projects, there will also be a activities for a range of ages. Glitter Tattoos and games for kids, coffee conversations and table games and Les Bucherons with some French Canadian sugar shack culture for everyone.* We are also serving up free food with the Fat Franks truck, and coffee and hot chocolate to warm everyone up.
Click here to view the poster.
For any information or for assistance getting to an Engage Edmonton event, contact (780) 442 - 4382 or visit the website at edmonton.ca/publicengagement.
Let us know your are coming at: engage-edmonton.eventbrite.ca
The nearest event to our community is:
Date: Thursday November 30, 2017
Location: Crestwood Community League 14325 96 Avenue NW
Zoning Bylaw Projects
Share your thoughts on the rules that build your City!
- Suites in Semi-Detached homes (duplexes)
- High Rise Apartment zoning
- Short Term Rentals
- Rear garage connections
- Pawn Stores
- Cannabis Stores: how and where do they fit? What other concerns do you have?
- Gather opinions on:
- The best locations for cannabis stores
- What aspects of cannabis retail store design should be regulated
- Concerns about how close cannabis retail stores are to schools, parks and recreation centres
- Public consumption issues (smoking)
Building Great Neighbourhoods
- Share your ideas on what makes a community great!
City of Edmonton Anti-Racism Consultation
- What racism means to you, and what the City can do to support community-based anti-racism initiatives.
- Write and draw ideas on story boards and maps and tell the City how we can support anti-racism in your community
Winter Green Shack Program for Children
The winter Green Shack program of games, crats, sports and outdoor cooking is starting up again in our park, on January 6. The program is targeted for children aged 6-12. The program is held Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. See poster for more details.
Jasper Place Historic Resources Inventory
Do you remember this scene?
The City of Edmonton, with Heritage Consultants, Donald Luxton & Associates, are launching an exciting project to develop a Historic Resources Inventory for the Jasper Place area (which includes the Britannia-Youngstown, Canora, Glenwood and West Jasper Place neighbourhoods). The consultant team will be working closely with community stakeholders over the next four months to develop a historic context and list of up to 44 historic resources in the community that can be added to the City’s Historic Resources Inventory. Sites on the City’s inventory are not legally protected, but are eligible for designation (by the owner’s request) which will allow them access to funding at the city and provincial level. The consultant team is interested in hearing from you to help build the historical profile for the community. If you have any historical photographs of the neighbourhood, or old documents relevant to the former Town of West Jasper Place (incorporated in 1950) or any other aspect of the neighbourhood, please contact us at the below email or phone number.
We are also undertaking interviews of early members of the community so if you know of anyone of interest, please let us know. We will be providing updates through the West Jasper Place Community League Communication Director over the next few months. Please stay tuned for details on an upcoming Open House in the new year.
Over the next couple of months, we will be in the neighbourhood taking pictures of houses and buildings. Please don’t hesitate to drop by and say hi.
We are very much looking forward to working in this important historical neighbourhood!
Laura Pasacreta, Branch Lead
Donald Luxton & Associates
403 457 4011
City of Edmonton Winter Excitement Guide 2017/2018
Click here for information on all the festivals and events taking place in Edmonton this winter season.