Curious, interested, looking to ask some questions or hear what others have to say about the future on-street bike routes in our area? The City of Edmonton is holding a public meeting on these eventual additions to active transportation in the Jasper Place area, this Wednesday at Crestwood School.
|Wednesday, February 20, 2013
||Crestwood School, 9735 – 144 Street
||6pm to 8:30pm
Presentation at 6:30pm and 7:30pm
Visit Edmonton.ca for more info, including maps of the proposed routes.
The Mustard Seed, a non-profit housing and service provider is currently in the process of purchasing a multi-unit building at 97th avenue and 156st for conversion to permanent, supportive housing for individuals in need.
As part of their public consultation process, the Mustard Seed is holding a public meeting on November 15th, 6:30pm at the Glenwood Hall (16430-97ave). For more information, you can reach their Director of Housing, Louise Traynor at 780-426-5600 or LouiseTraynor@theseed.ca
Via the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
(With 95th avenue scheduled to have on-street bike lanes created in 2013 and with the existing paths and connectivity in the area, this could be a great opportunity for the city to hear feedback and advice from Glenwood’s cyclists)
The City of Edmonton is interested in consulting with residents who bicycle commute regarding the system of on-street bike routes throughout the city.
Banister Research & Consulting Inc. has been retained to assist with the gathering of feedback in the form of a focus group and the analysis of the responses. We are conducting focus group research in the evening during the week of November 12th to the 16th, 2012.
Please forward this request to your members. Those interested in attending the focus group can contact Chris Stover at (780) 447-9017. We have limited space in the focus group; therefore people will be registered to attend on a first come, first served basis.
If you have questions regarding the legitimacy of the research, please contact Pam Hnytka at 780-442-1507 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JASPER PLACE AREA REDEVELOPMENT PLAN OPEN HOUSE
The City of Edmonton is embarking on an Area Redevelopment Plan process for the four Jasper Place neighbourhoods of Britannia-Youngstown, Canora, Glenwood and West Jasper Place, as well as a portion of the Stony Plain Road commercial corridor. The Jasper Place Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) is an important planning document that will guide future land use and zoning decisions in your neighbourhood.
As part of this process there is an Open House and we want you to attend!
Learn more about the Area Redevelopment Plan process, tell us your priorities for the Jasper Place ARP and get your questions answered by City staff.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 – 2:00 PM TO 8:00 PM
2:00 PM TO 7:00 PM – DROP IN / COME & GO
7:00 PM – PRESENTATION AND GUEST SPEAKER
GRANT MACEWAN UNIVERSITY
CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, ROOM 436
10045 155 STREET
There are a number of updates available on the development of a statutory Area Redevelopment Plan for Glenwood and the Jasper Place Area. Click here for details.
As well, an open house event is planned for October 16:
Tuesday October 16, 2012 at Grant MacEwan University, at 10045 – 155 Street.
Dr. Raj Sherman, MLA for Edmonton-Meadowlark has scheduled three town hall meeting in the constituency, including one for October 4th at the Glenwood Hall.
Please see the poster below for more information.
Thank you Glenwood, for making the 4th annual Party in the Party a monster success! Great fun, great fireworks, and a record number of memberships were sold!
QUALIFICATIONS: YOU WANT TO MAKE YOUR COMMUNITY A SAFER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY.
REACH Edmonton Council for Safe Communities, in partnership with the Edmonton Police Service and the City of Edmonton, invites you to participate in the REACH EDMONTON COMMUNITY SAFETY CAMPAIGN coming to a neighbourhood near you this fall.
REACH is a community-based coordinating council that is working to make Edmonton a safer city. REACH works with organizations, agencies, community groups and individual Edmontonians; bringing them together to realize their innovative ideas for crime prevention.
The purposes of the community safety conversations in your ward are to help local communities by:
– Sharing information about the Violence Reduction Action Plan;
– Connecting citizens and community leaders from across the ward together to exchange stories, ideas and challenges;
– Identifying resources that are working well and resources that are missing;
– Identifying areas of collaboration between communities;
– Begin facilitating the necessary training for community leaders to organize more effectively and increase the safety of their communities.
SCHEDULE – Community Safety Conversations – 6:30PM – 8:30PM
||Evansdale Community Hall
||9111 – 150 Avenue
||Southwood Community Hall
||1880 – 37 Street
|| September 10
||Belvedere Community Hall
||13223 – 62 Street
|| September 26
||Blue Quill Community Hall
||11304 – 25 Avenue
||Westmount Community Hall
||10970 – 127 Street
||Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre
||2051 – Leger Road
Jasper Park Community Hall
8751 – 153 Street
||West Edmonton Village – Recreation Centre 2nd Floor
||17311-69 Ave NW
|| October 31
||Woodvale Comm. Facility (Mill Woods Golf Course Clubhouse)
||4540 -50 Street
|| November 6
||Sherbrooke Community Hall
||13008- 122 Avenue
Via the Edmonton Examiner
Coun. Ben Henderson shares thoughts and photos from his Scandinavian excursion
By Trevor Robb/EDMONTON EXAMINER
Posted 6 days ago
There is nothing Ward 8 City Councillor Ben Henderson would like to see more than transforming Edmonton into a world-leading winter city destination.
Read the rest.
Also, don’t forget to check out the WinterCity Ideascale, to see what others are suggesting and to post your feedback and ideas!
The Friends of Jasper Place, a non-profit society providing local community support, is helping coordinate cleanups in the communities of Glenwood, West Jasper Sherwood, Canora & Britannia-Youngstown.
Donate an hour to beautify our communities.
· Thursday, April 12: Glenwood Meet at the Glenwood Hall (16430-97 Avenue)
· Thursday, April 19: West Jasper Sherwood Community League Meet in the Sherwood School Parking Lot (9620-152 Street)
· Thursday, April 26: Canora Meet at Canora Hall (1042-152 Street)
· Thursday, May 3: Britannia-Youngstown Meet at Britannia-Youngstown Hall (15927 – 105 Avenue)
Great Winter Neighbourhoods Discussions, 7 pm, April 19th at Glenwood Community Hall, 16430 97 Avenue
You are invited to a planning and social evening with other league members. Take the photo Tour of Northern Europe with Councillor Henderson. Discuss our great winter neighbourhoods and how they could be even better. Your conversation will shape the city’s winter city strategy. You just may leave wishing the winter snow and ice would return tomorrow. Bring along your own winter photos if you like, and don’t forget your friends and family.
For more information on the City’s Winter Strategy project see edmonton.ca/WinterCity Strategy
Note: The City of Edmonton mailout to west Edmonton residents listed a meeting at the Glenwood Hall for April 4th. The mailout was incorrect, and the City will not be holding an info session in Glenwood.
The correct date for an information session on the planned 95th avenue bike-lane is:
|189 Street – 87 Avenue to 95 Avenue
Wednesday, April 2, 2012
Meadowlark Community League15961 – 92 Avenue
Includes consultation on 2013 project on 95 Avenue between 142 Street and 189 Street.
189 Street Bike Route Map
Stony Plain Road Streetscape (149 Street to 158 Street) – Open House
January 30, 2012
Residents and business owners are invited to an open house regarding Stony Plain Road streetscape improvements.
Date: Tuesday January 31, 2012
Location: Westlawn Chapel, 16310 Stony Plain Road
Learn to Skate
Glenwood Community Hall
16430 – 97 Avenue
January 14, 21, 28, and February 4, 11
Preschool Learn to Skate
This program is geared towards children 4 to 6 years old who have never skated before. Participants will learn some basic skating skills.
1:00 – 1:30pm
Course Code: 447183
Children Learn to Skate
This program is geared towards children that have limited skating experience. Practice your basic skating skills and gain confidence on the ice in a safe and fun environment.
7-12 years 1:45 – 2:30pm
Course Code: 447184
CSA approved skating helmets are mandatory.
Lessons take place outside, please dress appropriately. Classes may be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions and will not be rescheduled.
By Phone: 311
In Person at any
City of Edmonton Leisure