MNO draft amendments ready to go to Council

Courtesy City of Edmonton March 2, 2017 – The Zoning Bylaw team has prepared a draft amendment to the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO). These amendments were presented to City Council’s Urban Planning Committee on February 1, 2017. The draft City Council Public Hearing report and draft text amendments are attached for your information. The city invites you to […]

Did you say pickleball? How about badminton?

Feb. 25, 2017 – It’s time for you to learn the games! Join the staff at A.C.T Aquatic and Rec Centre, 2903-113 Avenue, in the heart of Rundle Park, for Badminton and Pickleball for the following day and times: Sundays from 4:15pm-6:15pm Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30pm-2:30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30pm-5:45pm All ages are […]

Eastglen Leisure Centre News

February 21, 2017 – For those who missed the Open House/Information sessions regarding the future of Eastglen Leisure Centre, there is an online survey that will be available to you until March 2, 2017. You will be able to view three proposed plans for future improvements to the Centre and record your comments and suggestions on […]

Growing Changes: Occupational Therapy (OT) Services for Children

Jan. 25, 2017 – We are pleased to announce that the popular Growing Changes fine motor skills camps are back this spring.   The camp is a four week fun and interactive camp for children in Kindergarten and grades 1 – 3 who find printing or other fine motor activities challenging. The camp will be […]

News from Eastglen Leisure Centre

     Jan. 20, 2017 – The pool is busy with many new programmes and many lane swimmers. Our usership was up 18% in 2016. The staff and patrons continue to enjoy a family atmosphere as the pool continues to be a place for meeting friends and enjoying healthful activities. Check the City website for […]

MNO proposed amendments released

October 3, 2016 – On Sept. 29, 2016, City Administration released the draft proposed amendments to the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO) – the special regulations for low density housing in the mature areas of the city. See the attached document or visit the City’s website to read the proposed changes.   Community leagues and residents are […]

Highlands/Bellevue HIGHLIGHTS August 2016

The Highlands/Bellevue HIGHLIGHTS Newsletter for August is now ready to read.  Click on the link below to open the PDF. August 2016 Newsletter New Bike Program; Highlands/Bellevue Community League Day; Northlands Vision 20/20 and more… Highlands/Bellevue HIGHLIGHTS is published bi-monthly from September through June and is chalk full of informative articles, community information including upcoming social events, […]

What changed my mind about Northlands Vision 2020 proposal

By CHERIE KLASSEN Highlands resident and Director of Civic Affairs, Highlands Community League August 5, 2016 – When the Northlands Vision 2020 flyer hit my mailbox, I quickly scanned it and was somewhat unimpressed. But since I live in the area, I wanted to learn a bit more about the proposal, so I started reading […]

Vision 2020 – DREAM. PLAN. BUILD.

REPORT Highlands Facilities Renewal Committee — HCL AGM UPDATE (May 30, 2016) by Susan Petrina, Committee Chair The Highlands building committee has undergone some membership change over the past year with a few members departing due to other commitments. However, I’m pleased that we continue to have the support of the HCL board of directors, […]

Highlands/Bellevue HIGHLIGHTS April 2016

The Highlands/Bellevue HIGHLIGHTS Newsletter for April is now ready to read.  Click on the link below to open the PDF. April 2016 Newsletter New walking program; Bellevue Pub Night; Highlandia Fest & League AGMs Highlands/Bellevue HIGHLIGHTS is published bi-monthly from September through June and is chalk full of informative articles, community information including upcoming social events, all ages programming […]