Contact: Stephen Dobson email@example.com with your concerns.
Civics deals with issues concerning planning, development and other information coming from our City Council. Our Civics Coordinator puts together our Community Response, based on your feedback, on issues such as transportation; zoning, land use and development; and city bylaws that affect our community and its livability for all.
One of the key issues at hand for Lendrum residents is the development of the University of Alberta - South Campus.
The Advancing Age Friendly Edmonton and Edmonton Seniors Centres Strategy projects are opportunities to address age friendly priorities and support healthy aging in Edmonton
Several drop in sessions are being held to allow your input on how the City can best support aging citizens now and in the future.
June 13 from 4 - 8 PM at the Terwilligar Community Recreation Centre
June 14 from 4:30 to 8:30 PM at the Mill Woods Senior and Multicultura Centre, 2nd Floor
For additional information and dates and locations of other Drop-In Sessions visit Age Friendly Edmonton :: City of Edmonton and For Seniors :: City of Edmonton
If you are unable to attend a drop in session, you can still provide input through
the Age Friendly Edmonton Engagement Activity Sheet
and the Seniors Centres Strategy Engagement Activity Sheet.
Submit your completed Activity Sheets or Survey by : Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax to Ingrid Hoogenboom 780.577.3525
You can also participate in the Advancing Age Friendly Edmonton online survey This information is also available on the webpages mentioned above.
A new Sliding Scale Fee Program that will benefit low-income Edmontonians will take effect June 1. Edmontonians who fall below and just above the low-income threshold will be able to access programs through the City of Edmonton's Leisure Access Program on a sliding scale fee consisting of three tier levels:
April 9, 2017 - Starting May 6 through to September 24, 2017, the City of Edmonton is hosting 12 BIG BIN EVENTS in various locations throughout the City.
Big Bin Events allow residents to dispose of household items too large for regular collection at no charge.
Find the complete listing of events at: BIG BIN EVENTS::CITY OF EDMONTON. All events run from 9 AM - 5 PM
The two weekend events closest to Lendrum are:
Saturday, September 9 & Sunday, September 10 at Terwillegar Recreation Centre on 2051 Leger Road
Saturday, September 16 & Sunday, September 17 at SW District Yard on 6609 Gateway Blvd
The City of Edmonton's Neighbourhood Empowerment Team is interested in hearing
about the experiences Edmontonians who are 55+ have had with door to door sales in the city.
Share your experiences by completing this
Contact Connie Marciniuk at email@example.com or 780.975.3921 if you have any questions or would like to provide additional feedback not captured in the survey. Not all questions need to be answered to submit the survey.
March 2017 - Do you have questions about infill and construction practices?
Visit the City of Edmonton’s new infill site City of Edmonton - Residential Infill
The site includes information on permitting and good construction practices for behaviour, safety, and potential damage to neighbours’ property. An infill project is the future home of your neighbour. Early cooperation and patience builds a good long-term relationship.
If Lendrum residents express sufficient interest, the Lendrum Community League can host a City of
Edmonton presentation on permits and best practices for contractors.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Please identify specific questions if you have any.
If there is sufficient interest the presentation would be in June at the Community Hall.
The presentation would focus on existing rules. Most of the information is on the City’s website or available through 311 and the presentation would highlight that information.
The presentation would not discuss the apartment building being considered for the north of Lendrum. A separate consultation process is underway for that project. Visit Capital Regional Housing Lendrum Redevelopment Of Lendrum Manor & Lendrum Villa for details.
The Ward Boundaries In Effect For 2017 Edmonton Election Map.pdf
was compiled March 21, 2017 by Election and Census Office City of Edmonton.
Note that Voting Subdivision Boundaries and Location are subject to change up to and including Election Day.
Tips for Coexistence - In the fall of 2016, there was an increase in the number of Aggressive Coyote Encounters on the U of A South Campus
Coyotes are seen regularly on the University Farm and sometime travel into Lendrum streets and alley-ways at night.
The Edmonton Urban Coyote Project is a joint U of A / City of Edmonton website, where you can report coyote sightings and learn more about coyotes.
Coyotes :: City of Edmonton provides information on what to do if you encounter a coyote.
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.
The City’s Benchmark Program was established to offer individuals and groups the opportunity to honour friends and loved ones, or to celebrate special events through the refurbishment of an existing park bench, or the installation of a new bench. A bronze plaque will be placed on the bench to serve as a lasting tribute. Opportunities also exist for park tables.
|TYPE OF BENCH||COST||INCLUDES|
|New Park Bench (all styles)||$4000||Installation of new bench on parkland with memorial plaque. Includes 10-year maintenance plan.|
|Existing Bench (aggregate and heritage styles only)||$4000||Complete rebuild of an existing bench with the addition of a memorial plaque. Includes 10-year maintenance plan.|
May 25, 2016 - 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.
The City of Edmonton does many surveys each year – online, telephone, and in-person.
Please check Surveys :: City of Edmonton
regularly to see the new surveys that are being conducted.
On the website you will also find the Recreation Centres and Attractions Online Comment Cards. Making comments helps the City to improve facilities by telling what you loved and what you’d like to see changed.
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE EDMONTON INSIGHT COMMUNITY
An online space for Edmontonians to provide their views on a wide variety of city issues.
Visit Civics Archives for older Civics postings.