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!
A Message from Stacey Harris, Regional Market Managers
Good day, My name is Stacey Harris one of the Regional Market Managers for the TELUS Fibre build Project in Edmonton. As you are likely aware, we have been working in Edmonton since 2015 upgrading our copper infrastructure to Fibre and have completed several neighbourhoods thus far. With the snow melting, we wanted to get out a message to your communities to assure residents that we will be coming back to do any outstanding work that needs to be done. We were hoping to relay this message on your facebook page, community league page and/or newsletter.
We'd like to thank your community for your patience this past season during our TELUS Fibre build construction. We have headed indoors until the ground thaws and will be back to continue construction and complete remediation and final touches on residential property where our work was completed. For more information about the TELUS PureFibre network, please visit our FAQ at telus.com/edmonton.
I would love the opportunity to come and speak at one of your community league meetings to answer any questions you might have and to give you a little more information as to where we go from here.
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you soon,
Stacey Harris Regional Market Manager
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TELUS 10020 100 St Edmonton, AB
Centre LRT Study
Strathcona/Downtown/Bonnie DoonPhase 1 of our study has concluded and we are sharing the preferred LRT route. This new route is part of City Council’s 2009 long-term LRT Network Plan to create seamless or one transfer connections via LRT and/or bus to all quadrants of the City.
Now is your chance to comment on the preferred route and help determine future stop locations.
A Message from the City of Edmonton: Parking
Streets are a shared resource that belong to all Edmontonians.
We are receiving a higher-than-normal number of parking complaints in your neighbourhood from residents who are seeing parked cars on the street in front of their residence.
We often feel we own the space in front of our home and get annoyed when someone else parks there. That means everyone has the right to park on City-owned streets, even if it’s right in front of your house. People can park on your side of the street, even if they live on the other side, down the block, or on the other side of Edmonton.
Bylaw 5590 section 26(2) states a vehicle that remains parked on city streets for longer than 72 hours is deemed to be abandoned. If the vehicle was driven within 72 hours, no enforcement action will be taken. If it is determined that the vehicle has not moved, a parking citation will be issued and the vehicle will be towed.
After consulting with Grandview School, it has been determined that teachers are using residential streets for parking. This is permitted so long as they are parked legally. Common parking infractions include:
- parked too close to driveway: vehicles must be at least 1.5 meters away from a driveway
- parked too close to intersection, fire hydrant, crosswalk, stop sign and yield sign: vehicles must be at least 5 meters away
Please call 311 or download the 311 app to report all parking complaints. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Alan Le at 780-496-5243.