Category Archives: Around Town

Community Sandbox Program Changes

      Comments Off on Community Sandbox Program Changes

We want to inform all Edmonton community leagues in advance about upcoming changes with the City’s Community Sandbox Program. This information is being provided so that you can plan, prepare and inform league members and network contacts as needed prior to these changes, which will take effect over the next two winter seasons. What is Changing? 2023-24 Winter Season Most… Read more »

Residential Infill Working Group

      Comments Off on Residential Infill Working Group

March 25, 2023, RIWG Update: This is an update for Community Leader’s and citizens interested in City Planning & Civics Engagement. Please share with your neighbours and members of your community. RIWG advocates for Better Infill to Build Better Communities! Find out more about RIWG at: (LINK to RIWG Inquiry Form) or email The City is Drafting a new Zoning Bylaw – City… Read more »

City Building Newsletter

      Comments Off on City Building Newsletter

The projects bringing The City Plan’s vision to life The new year often starts with change—and at its foundation, The City Plan is about change. There are some fundamental things we need to do differently for Edmonton to be fiscally viable, environmentally sustainable, better connected and more equitable in the future. Read more…

Pop-Up Community Gardens

      Comments Off on Pop-Up Community Gardens

Hello Edmonton Community Leagues, We’re thrilled to let you know that Pop-Up Community Gardens are back for 2023!  The Pop-Up Community Garden program helps to increase Edmontonians’ access to fresh food while providing opportunities for outdoor recreation, community involvement and wellness.  The temporary gardens feature raised planter beds and are distributed across the city, primarily on community league licensed land… Read more »

City Councillor – M. Janz

      No Comments on City Councillor – M. Janz

Dear Ward Papastew Community Leagues, I wanted to let you know I’m trying my “Sunday eve E-news”. Shorter, more frequent updates seem to be more popular and have a higher open rate with the constituents.  Please view my Updates page at Michael Janz, City Councillor | City of Edmonton