Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues - http://www.efcl.org

City of Edmonton - http://www.edmonton.ca

Mount Carmel Bible School - http://www.mountcarmel.net/

McNally High School-  http://www.mcnallyhigh.com/

Hardisty Junior High School - http://hardisty.epsb.ca/

St. Gabriel Elementary School - http://stgabriel.ecsd.net

St. Kevin Elementary School - http://stkevin.ecsd.net

Austin O'Brien High School - http://austinobrien.ecsd.net

South Edmonton Community League Association - http://www.secla.ca/

Edmonton Sports Council - http://www.edmontonsport.com

ABC Head Start - http://www.abcheadstart.org



If you need community information or services, or would like to donate your time or goods, 211 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  211 can help you find :

· Shelters, warm clothing
· Counselling / support groups
· Addictions supports
· Financial supports
· Volunteer information
· And MUCH more

Leisure Access Program

The Leisure Access Program allows eligible low-income Edmontonians to access City of Edmonton recreation facilities. Cardholders receive unlimited free admissions to City of Edmonton recreation facilities and a 75% discount on registered programs. Registrants of programs requiring extra materials can get 75% off the cost of these supplies. Edmontonians are eligible for a Leisure Access card if they are receiving AISH, Income Support, have an Alberta Child Health Benefit card, or an Alberta Works Health Benefit card, or if their income (as shown on their Notice of Assessment) is below the Low Income Cut-Off line.

Further information and application forms can be found online at www.edmonton.ca/lap or by calling 780-496-4918.


Housing First Program

The focus is on ending homelessness by providing permanent housing and follow‐up support. Individuals are housed first and then given appropriate supports. The program is intended to last 12 months; clients are stabilized, then transitioned to a reduced level of support. Read the brochure to find out more about the program; and the update to learn about the progress and outcomes.  If you know of someone who needs this support, please refer them to the program.

Click here to view the Brochure (PDF)

Click here to view the 2010 report (PDF)


City of Edmonton Contact Information

ECO Station - 780.496.5678

Drainage & Sewers - 780.496.1717

Fire (In the event 911 is down) - 780-496-3900

Garage Sale Permits - 780.496.3100

Landlord and Tennant Advisory Board - 780.496.5959

Police Dispatch Center - 780.423.4567

Potholes (Street Maintance) - 780.496.1700

Power Trouble / Street Light Out - 780.412.4500

Gas Trouble - 780.420.5585

City Pound - 780.496.8860

Edmonton Transit BusLink - 780.496.1600

Edmonton Transit Route & Schedule Informaiton - 780.496.1611

Recycling Information - 780.496.5678

Safety Information - http://www.edmonton.ca/safedmonton

Keep up to date with the latest Safety Information, resources, and success stories from grassroots crime prevention groups.

Report a Drug House, Remain Anonymous - http://www.scan.alberta.ca/

City of Edmonton Event Calendar - http://www.edmonton.ca/attractions_recreation/attractions/festivals_events/events-calendar.asp


Informational Links

WinterLights 2011 - http://www.winterlight.ca/joomla/winter-overview/about-winter-light.html

Anti-Theft Plate Screws - http://www.edmontonpolice.ca/platescrews

Edmonton Public Library Programs & Events - http://www.epl.ca/programs-and-events

Seniors Liason - Connie Lussier - 780.462.1442