The Woodcroft Community League Newsletter is produced quarterly.
For newsletter submissions and advertising, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadlines for submission of items for the:
Winter newsletter Nov 5
Spring newsletter Feb 5
Summer newsletter May 5
Fall newsletter Aug 5
Brentwood Homes wants to hear from you
Brentwood Homes wants to hear from you.
Please submit your feedback about the Brentwood Homes Master Plan by July 14th.
Your feedback will be shared with the City of Edmonton as part of our rezoning application. Learn more at BrentwoodBuilds.ca.
Community Garden Grand Opening
Welcome 2023 #WoodcroftCL community garden gardeners!
We will be having a grand opening on May 6th at 12 noon.
We will meet on site to discuss responsibilities, composting, watering and plot assignments.
There will be treats and drinks but please feel free to bring a picnic lunch!
There are five plots remaining and are based on a first come first served basis with only one accessible plot available.
For those outside the community of Woodcroft:
The Woodcroft Community gardens is now accepting applications from surrounding communities who wish to participate in gardening. Please add in what neighborhood you are from when applying for a plot. Successful applicants will be contacted via email by the gardening coordinator.
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.
Attending a community or divisional station
Mobile phone: #377 from an Edmonton mobile
Through the EPS mobile app
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.