Grandview Heights is a beautiful community surrounded by parkland in southwest Edmonton, Alberta. It is an ideal place to live, to feel alive and enjoy life. Our community league is a place where neighbors come together establish friendships and enjoy facilities, programs and events that are close to home. Everyone has something to offer so lets all work together to better our community.
Our community activities are year round. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again!
Soccer Coordinator RequiredGrandview Heights needs a new soccer coordinator. Unless someone is willing to take on this volunteer position, Grandview will not have a soccer program next spring. This document outlines the duties. Given the scope of this position, two or three people could potentially assume different roles (create a small soccer committee rather than a solo coordinator).If you are interested in helping out in your community and want to volunteer, please contact Anish at firstname.lastname@example.org
Edmonton Transit Bus Route Redesign
The City conducted public input process in spring 2018 on the proposed bus network redesign. The City is soliciting input on the proposed design until December 9 in series of community sessions or online. This process is at Phase 2 (described below)
Refine the Bus Network
Over the past few months, our transit planning team refined the draft bus network that was presented to you in spring 2018. The team altered the bus routes so that the majority of people will be within five to seven minute walk to a transit stop and some routes were re-adjusted to connect to important community destinations.
Before we finalize the revised network, we want to check in one last time to confirm the changes reflect the spirit of what you told us. From October 25 to December 9, you have the opportunity to fill out an online survey or attend one of 13 public workshops.
The revised maps now include the small community routes. We are continuing our work with our school board partners to refine the school specials to make sure they complement the proposed network.
Bike Plan - Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL)
The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) has been asked to participate in a focused session on the future of cycling in Edmonton, to occur on November 16, 2018.
EFCL is reaching out to community leagues to seek input to prepare for this session.
Please consider the following information sent by the City of Edmonton:
Phase 1 of the new Bike Plan development focuses on Vision and Values.
- Vision: We will be focusing on your views on the future state of cycling in Edmonton: This is what it will look like, feel like and sound like. This is who will be cycling. This is how Edmontonians will talk about biking in their community and how they will describe it. Here is why we will be proud of it and celebrate it.
- Values: This is what’s important and meaningful to us. This is our core philosophy for cycling in Edmonton. This is how the Bike Plan fits into our city and reflects our very identity as Edmontonians.
Please submit any feedback you may have regarding the bike plan to Stephanie Kovach at email@example.com by November 14, 2018. You can learn more about the bike plan at www.edmonton.ca/bikeplan