This winter, Snow Angel Communities will acknowledge those who shovel on a regular basis and offer help to neighbours in need!
Snow Angels receive an eye-catching yard sign & are entered to win prizes from Boston Pizza and the Edmonton Oil Kings.
For more information on participation contact Lendrum Residents - Stew & Anola Carson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply to Become a Master Composter Recycler for the Spring 2017 intake!
This is a "learn and serve" volunteer program. Complete 40 hours of FREE training Learn about recycling, composting and waste reduction in Edmonton. Tour the Edmonton Waste Management Centre. Meet other like-minded Edmontonians. Volunteer at least 35 hours. Teach friends and neighbours how to reduce waste.
The City of Edmonton creates a monthly neighbourhood newsletter filled with recreational programs & events, parks/green space initiatives, & social services available across the city.
LENDRUM ENERGY COMMITTEE (LEC)
Join the Lendrum Energy Committee (LEC), wherein we research & discuss ideas for the future of Lendrum’s energy sustainability.
If you are interested, contact
Pam Smith at email@example.com
This is a casual discussion group, no experience necessary. Come to listen, learn, or instruct. Come to share the dream. It’s green!
The purpose of the Lendrum Panel pilot is to provide an impartial, transparent forum to discuss and share perspectives on Capital Region Housing Corporation’s (CRHC) proposed Lendrum Manor and Lendrum Villa affordable housing redevelopment.
Visit Housing Program::City Of Edmonton
as well as CHR - Lendrum Redevelopment
The Recreation and Wellness Directory for Older Adults provides an overview of arts, fitness, technology, health and recreational activities for adults 55+ in the Edmonton area. With more than 1200 group programs, clubs, courses and events listed, the directory is a valuable resource for older adults and those who support older adults. The directory is produced by the Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC) with contributions this year from 47 organizations.
A neighbourhood block party is an opportunity for people to meet and get to know each other. Edmonton City Council has waived the $100 fee for Block Parties.
A permit (free) is still required from the City when a block party is held on a location where there is traffic (streets, back alleys, or cul-de-sacs). The permit is required to block off the street.
Signatures from all your neighbours in the block party zone are required on the permit to show support for the event, whether or not they plan to attend.
The permit must be submitted at least 2 weeks before the event. The permit includes pick up and delivery of road barriers. Alcohol consumption is not permitted on city roads or public property.
NEIGHBOURHOOD BLOCK PARTY KIT.PDF and BLOCK PARTY PERMIT APPLICATION.PDF
Select a neighbourhood of interest by 'clicking' on the city map, select a date range, & then select one, some or all of 8 crime type groups to plot on the map.
Take the EPS Home Security Quiz to give you an indication of the level of security in and around your home
Use a Home Security Checklist to help you protect your home.
Here are some tips to help you keep your home safe.
The next time you visit the Lendrum Park, rest a spell on one of the benches that was purchased through kind donations to the -
Benchmark Program :: City of Edmonton.
Then contact Harvey Guhl at 780.504.7046 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can help add more benches to the park.
The University of Alberta, English Language Program is looking for families to host visiting students from a number of universities overseas. Most of these groups will arrive at various times throughout August & stay for a few weeks to a month.
Families will be compensated with a fee of $850 per month or $28 per night. Our international students are at least 18 years old & will be using public transportation to get to campus. Students will attend classes Monday to Friday.
To receive more information on becoming a host family, please contact Trudy Stevens, Homestay Coordinator, at 780.492.0071 or by email at email@example.com
The municipal census data collected for Lendrum Place can be useful tool to learn more about the people in our neighbourhood.
The network has been active for just under 1 year and we have engaged over 40 recreation providers at the February 12th, April 30th, and October 28th network gatherings. A public folder from each event is available on Google Drive: available via Google Drive: Resources for Community Recreation Network - SW2 - Public The breadth of recreation providers in this area is superb – take a look through the list of providers. Many skills, resources, and assets are available within this network! We look forward to deepening our relationships in 2016.
CITY OF EDMONTON - RESIDENTIAL INFILL
To improve the accessibility of information about the many process changes and educational tools in progress to improve infill activities, the City of Edmonton in May of 2016 launched a new infill website at cityofedmontoninfill.ca
To address the varied views and opinions on the topic, the City focused their messaging on three groups: communities, builders, and homebuyers.
The City considers it to be "a powerful tool in communicating the place infill has in Edmonton’s future".
On the website you may also sign up for the Evolving Infill Newsletter to learn about the latest infill related news and initiatives.