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NEWS FROM THE CRC

Community Events | Grant Opportunities | Programs | Permits Required

Contact: Anna Vesala, Community Recreation Coordinator
anna.vesala@edmonton.ca

Desk:  780.496.1473
221 Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre
Neighbourhoods Branch, Community Services Department, City of Edmonton



Community Recreation Coordinators (CRCs) support communities' efforts to contribute to their own development.

CRCs offer support and assistance to community organizations that provide opportunities for citizens to get involved and work towards enhancing their communities.
CRCs work with community organizations to provide:

Learn more about the role of Community Recreation Coordinator and how they can support your neighbourhood or organization.


 

Outdoor Permits Required

For events on any public park, a permit is required if the activities include anything beyond passive use.

Anna Vesala, Community Recreation Coordinator for Lendrum is able to issue any resident or community group a permit for use of public parkland.


Contact: Anna Vesala, Community Recreation Coordinator
anna.vesala@edmonton.ca

Desk:  780.496.1473
221 Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre
Neighbourhoods Branch, Community Services Department, City of Edmonton

Some examples of types of activities that require a permit include:

  • Large group gatherings of 50 or more people
  • A wedding, church service, or church picnic
  • Entertainment such as fireworks, horse‐drawn wagon/sleigh rides, hot air balloons, commercial photography, gaming/raffles, amusement rides, bouncy houses/inflatable play structures, petting zoo, outdoor music/stage, parachute take off/landing
  • Temporary food service
  • Liquor to serve or sell
  • Portable toilets
  • Model aircraft, rockets or other power‐assisted flying models
  • Fire pits and barbecues
  • Burying things on parkland
  • Golfing in the park
  • Putting up temporary signage on parkland
  • Vehicles driving across or parking on parkland

Sign up to receive the monthly The Park Bench - eNewsletter :: City of Edmonton which details a variety of recreational programs and events, parks/green space initiatives, and social services available in your area and across the city.



RESOURCES ON THE CITY OF EDMONTON WEBSITE



Services for Recreation Providers & Event Organizers
- The information and resources will assist anyone who offers recreation programs or hosts events for the public.


The Municipal Census Data

Summary Report of All Questions - Lendrum Place 2014 Municipal Census.pdf 68KB
The municipal census data collected for Lendrum Place can be useful tool to learn more about the people in our neighbourhood.


Joint Use Agreement

The Joint Use Agreements are partnerships of the City of Edmonton, Edmonton Public Schools, Edmonton Catholic Schools and Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord (Central North Francophone Schools.)

Visit Joint Use Agreement :: City of Edmonton


Community Recreation Network ‐ Southwest #2 ‐ Recreation Program Providers 2015

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, 2015 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.


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