Volunteers! We Need You!
The community league can't run without the help of community members. You can help your community by giving as little as a couple of hours per month. If you'd like to find out more about what kinds of help the community league needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please come out and join us at the next Woodcroft Community League meeting where Cst. Ludvig of the Edmonton Police Service Community Engagement Team will be delivering a virtual safety presentation and Q&A.
Topics to be discussed are: How to protect your home, personal safety, when to call 911, neighborhood safety tips and more
January 28th @ 7pm
Questions? Contact Arlene at or 780-660-9684.
Message from the
Dear Woodcroft Residents:
The Woodcroft Civics Committee has put together information about a number of very important items referred to as “Big and Bold moves”, part of Zoning Bylaw Omnibus 2020 that will be discussed at a City of Edmonton Public Hearing in the near future.
Please see the attached information that includes the history of this bylaw, priority sections for you to consider (residential use, variances, permitted development, etc.), additional information and ways you can provide feedback. This is a chance to learn about and give your feedback on how this bylaw could affect our neighborhood. Please take the time to review and respond.
You can access the document here...
Free Sand for Safer Sidewalks
Let's keep our sidewalks safe as we expect more people getting out and going for walks this year. Help yourself to free sand at the Woodcroft Community Centre located at 13915-115 Avenue. It is in a green wooden box near the front entrance. The City of Edmonton provides the sand for community members to keep their sidewalks safe. If it is empty, please call 311 and they will fill it fairly quickly (but not immediately).
Woodcroft Community Playschool is a fully licensed, non-profit, parent operated preschool program offered from September to May, for children 3-4 years of age.
More Info Here
Devices Needed for Vulnerable Seniors
Project Joy – is a group of dedicated volunteers providing family connections to isolated seniors – one dusty smartphone and tablet at a time. Seniors are not only vulnerable to COVID-19, they are also most vulnerable to isolation. Project Joy will continue their work beyond this pandemic to ensure seniors have the devices they need to connect to family and communities. Unfortunately they cannot take all devices. Please visit www.projectjoy.ca/ for information on devices (iPhones, iPads, Tablets, and Android Phones) and drop off locations.