Our league is interested and engaged in the development of the community.
ABUNDANT COMMUNITIES EDMONTON (ACE)
Abundant Community Edmonton is a grassroots initiative fostering neighbour to neighbour relationships. The goal - to cultivate a culture of care and connection, increased sense of belonging and inclusion, and ultimately create a more healthy and livable city - one block at a time.
Once every couple of months, block connectors and interested neighbours meet in various locations to collaborate and encourage each other by sharing stories, struggles and successes in neighbouring. All are welcome! Join us by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org by email to attend a gathering or with any questions or support in neighbouring. Check out our Upcoming events page for the next ACE get together!
Interested in shaping the voice of the league or providing feedback and recommendations on development? Join the Civics Committee! Contact email@example.com for more information.
DEVELOPMENT UPDATE: 101 AVENUE VISION AND CORRIDOR STUDY
The City of Edmonton conducted the 101 Avenue Corridor Study to establish a vision for the future of 101 Avenue, identifying options for land use changes, street design and community programming, and recommending specific actions to realize the area's potential.
For the latest on the project, click here.
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
Edmonton City Council has sold a parcel of land to Homeward Trust with intentions to build a supportive housing development in Terrace Heights at 6503 101 Avenue NW (just southeast of the Capilano Library and skatepark). We’ve received varied feedback from residents about the proposed development. To ensure we do not misrepresent the interests or concerns of community members, the Forest Terrace Heights Community League will remain neutral on the proposed development.
We will continue to remain engaged and assist where possible to ensure any new developments are well integrated into the community. We encourage you to learn more about the development and provide your feedback directly to the City of Edmonton at https://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/housing/terrace-heights.aspx. If you have questions or concerns about the approach of the community league, please reach out to us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org