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The Woodcroft Community League Newsletter is produced quarterly.  

For newsletter submissions and advertising, contact 

 Deadlines for submission of items for the:

  • Winter newsletter      Nov 5  

  • Spring newsletter      Feb 5

  • Summer newsletter   May 5

  • Fall newsletter          Aug 5

Community News


Woodcroft Community Garden Applications are now open!

Hello green thumbed neighbours and friends, the application to apply for a Woodcroft Community Garden plot is now open!

Please note that at this time applications are only open to Woodcroft Residents who have a Community League Membership. One of the changes this year is that there is now an associated fee with the plots for the season as well as group maintenance commitments.

Similar to last year, only annuals and vegetables are permitted. If there are any questions, please reach out to

Click this link to apply and to read the Common Questions and Rules for the Woodcroft Community Garden 2024.


Hall Coordinator Positions

Hall Coordinator Job Descriptions

Contract Coordinator

Do you consider yourself organized? Are you comfortable working with contracts? Would you be interested in getting to know your neighbors and helping your community? Then this volunteer position is for you! Woodcroft Community League is looking for an individual who would be interested in coordinating and writing contracts with potential rentals. 

This is a minimal time commitment and most items can be completed online. Your responsibilities will include: 

  • drafting contracts using a provided template, 

  • meeting with potential renters, 

  • ensuring contracts are appropriately documented and filed

  •  handling cash 

  • guiding renters on how to securely use our e-transfer system. 

This includes documentation of insurance and personal information which is to be collected and stored securely.

Opening and Closing Coordinator

Do you like meeting new people and showing pride in your community? Then this volunteer position is for you! Woodcroft Community League is looking for an individual who enjoys networking and is physically able to meet renters in person at the hall. 

This individual will be responsible for several items including: 

  • on-going coordination with the Contract Coordinator, 

  • completing guided facility tours for potential renters, 

  • completing opening and closing duties (opening the hall, guiding users to amenities and equipment, discussing rules and renter responsibilities)

  • completing checklists, 

  • completing walk-throughs at closure, 

  • ensuring any damage/ unclean areas are documented. 

Please note that this time commitment varies due to rental agreements i.e., the rental day and length will vary based on needs of renter and availability of hall.


Both positions can be completed by a single individual or split to help lighten the responsibility load. The league will provide volunteers with training to ensure they can succeed in these positions, and the board will support them along the way. Both positions come with perks - including a yearly free hall rental which can be used personally or shared to friends and family.* 

A detailed list of responsibilities can be provided to interested parties to explain responsibilities further.

Let know if you are interested, we are eager to work with you!

*Note that the hall rental is a one time, once a year basis and cannot be shared more than once a year, once used your rental cannot be shared and an hourly fee will be required.


Woodcroft Rink Open!

We have some good news! 

The Woodcroft Community League's rink will be open regular hours, with an attendant starting tomorrow, Saturday, January 6th at noon.

Regular hours are: 

Monday to Friday 5pm to 9pm.

Saturday-Sunday noon to 9pm. 

Weather permitting. 

As a reminder, skating is free for community league members. Please show your skate tags.

Add two dollars for non community league members. Please bring correct change with you.


Updates For Renting the Woodcroft Community Centre

The Woodcroft Community League Centre is only available for our residents' use. We are no longer renting to people/groups outside the boundaries of Woodcroft (118 Ave. - 111 Ave., 142 St. - Groat Road).

As of March 1st, 2023 rental rates are increasing to keep up with rising costs.

Here are the new rates:

Rental Rates (as of March 1 2023):

Members: $35/Hour Non-Members: $50/ Hour

For more information on renting the Woodcroft Community Centre please go here:


Edmonton Police Crime Reporting Information

Edmonton Police Service cannot address crimes or hotspots if they are not notified of the crimes.  Typically. when a crime occurs and is left unreported, the frequency and severity of the occurrences will increase if they are not dealt with.  This makes the importance of reporting crime and disorder, regardless of severity, absolutely vital for the EPS and your community.

Reporting a non-emergency incident can take as little as 15 minutes.  Reports can be made in a number of ways.


Bird Nesting

If you have concerns regarding birds (i.e. Magpies) nesting in trees on city property, such as boulevards, call 311 and report your concerns.  The city will send out an arborist to inspect.

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