General information

WPCL Hall

Windsor Park is a mature community near the centre of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The league promotes friendship, fellowship and sports among neighbors and serves as a common meeting place. Windsor Park is a member of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues.

Note: If you have additional material regarding Windsor Park, such as historic photos, please let know and I'll work on incorporating them!

Surveys for Windsor Park residents

Windsor Park Amenity Survey deadline March 28
New Social Activity Interests Survey The Windsor Park Community League Social Committee wants to hear from you, the residents. Please complete teh survey to give your input on the sorts of things you'd like to see your community league host.
Avenue Magazine - Best Neighbourhoods Survey Please make your votes count - as we determine what our Avenue readers tell us are the best communities in Edmonton in which to live!

Thank you for bringing Food Bank donations to all free Windsor Park events.

March

Release of Breathe project strategy (Edmonton's Green Network Strategy for Open Space) - Public Review on March 15 at City Hall (lunchtime & evn presentations in main foyer). Review online, Mar 15-Apr 15. For details see attached poster and visit the project website at www.edmonton.ca/breathe.

Ribbon of Green project (River Valley & Ravines). The City of Edmonton held two public open houses on March 22 & 23, to hear your ideas about Edmonton's river valley and ravines (view Poster for Open House details). From early 2017 to late 2018, the City of Edmonton will be expanding the Ribbon of Green plan for the North Saskatchewan River Valley and Ravine System, with a focus on areas in the northeast and southwest corners of the City. We are looking forward to hearing your insights and ideas on how to protect and connect the river valley across the City and how you would like to use these areas in the future.

Tuesday, Mar 28 7:00PM: 3rd EDO Neighborhood Talks and Dessert Series – "’Eyes of Science’ Track the Effects of Climate Change", Dr. Elisabeth Beaubien, Alberta Plantwatch Coordinator, University of Alberta– discussing the changes in our local plants, bees and birds.