The Community of Lendrum Place

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two of the options for the shared use path

If you live along 115 Street, you likely found a letter from the City of Edmonton in your mail box on Saturday, October 24, informing you of a pop-up engagement opportunity taking place on the West side of 115 Street between 51 Avenue and 60 Avenue on:
  • Sunday, October 25, Noon to 2 PM
  • Wednesday, October 28, 4 to 6 PM
As part of the Malmo Renewal, the City of Edmonton is proposing to install a 3 metre wide asphalt Shared-Use Path on the boulevard green space on the west side of 115 Street.
Go to Building Great Neighbourhoods - Malmo Plains :: City of Edmonton Scroll down to the section called Shared-use Path in Lendrum Place. Above that title, is a link to Ask a Question and at the end of the Lendrum section is a survey specifically about the Lendrum 115 Street path. You can click on NEXT to read through the whole survey before filling in the text boxes with your comments. Ask a Question and both Surveys closes Friday, October 30, so there isn't much time to have your voice heard!


Halloween during COVID-19
Alberta Government Health Guidelines to help prevent spreading COVID-19 during Halloween: Trick-or-Treating, Handing out Candy, Halloween Parties.

Lendrum Community League


Lendrum Living Newsletter - Fall 2020
Lots of good news in this edition. Thanks goes to Emily Schlender, our Newsletter Editor, for pulling it all together!
Be sure to check out the Athletic Park article. Kudos to all the good people who have volunteered to keep Lendrum Park so well maintained! During these times we appreciate their efforts all the more.
We welcome Ron Pidskalny as the Coordinator for the Lendrum Athletic Park.

Lendrum Community League

Vacant Positions - Please consider volunteering! Visit LCL Contacts.

Free Online Programs for Seniors

SAGE along with Edmonton's Seniors' Centre Without Walls, is offering a variety of interactive telephone and computer (Zoom) based social and health programming, free of charge.
Visit   Online Programs : SAGE for details.

City of Edmonton

Effective August 1, 2020, wearing a mask or face covering will be mandatory in all indoor public places and public vehicles. The bylaw applies to the publicly accessible areas of businesses/retail and includes transit, transit centres and LRT platforms. The bylaw is in effect until December 31, 2020.
Full details at  Masks & Face Coverings Bylaw :: City of Edmonton

City of Edmonton

Share Your Voice - Shape Our City Recognizing that COVID-19 represents an unpredictable and unique scenario, the City has made the decision to cancel all in-person Public Engagement Events until further notice. The City will be using  Digital Engagement approaches as we strategically relaunch prioritized City projects.
Visit  Communications and Engagement Calendar
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