Mill Creek Ravine has a lot going on this fall, with three meetings coming up seeking input and providing information on different projects. Mill Creek Daylighting Stakeholder Visioning Workshop The City of Edmonton is currently evaluating the feasibility of re-establishing a natural channel between Mill Creek north of 94 Avenue and the North Saskatchewan River… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Neighbourhood
The Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Rovers of the 6th Edmonton Scouts in Old Strathcona are holding a bottle drive this Saturday, Oct 22nd. If you wish to contribute, but do not want us to knock on your door, you can put bottles on your front step and we will gratefully collect them. Otherwise the… Read more »
HUGE FALL RUMMAGE SALE Holy Trinity Anglican Church 101 St. and 84 Ave. NW, Edmonton FRI. OCT. 28 6:00 – 9:00 PM SAT. OCT. 29 9:30 – 2:00 PM Shop for vintage, retro, trendy! Small furniture, Clothing, Household, Books, Toys, Treasures, Collectibles. Something for everyone! FREE ADMISSION!
The City of Edmonton invests in the infrastructure of its residential areas, their streets, sidewalks and street lights, through the Building Great Neighbourhoods program (source). Communities are targeted for renewal in accordance with four-year capital budget cycles. Strathcona Centre Neighbourhood, located just north of Whyte Avenue, between Mill Creek Ravine and 107 Street, will be… Read more »
Here’s a notice from the City of Edmonton about a public meeting where feedback is requested on festivals and events in our neighbourhood (and Old Strathcona). Every year, the community around Old Strathcona inclusive of Strathcona, Queen Alexandra and Ritchie host a number of festivals and events. As such, the City of Edmonton’s Civic Events… Read more »
rtu-construction-notice-oct-2016 Click on the link for information about road closures. Note too that there are temporary trail closures in Mill Creek Ravine this week. Signs are posted in the ravine.
Mill Creek Neighbours – we would like to speed up the process for review of our drainage system. Please respond by Friday, Sept 30th. Have you had sewer and water backup in your home this summer or over the past 5 years? We are collecting names from neighbours in order to make a case to… Read more »
If your children get excited about live theatre, they’ll love “Fiddle Cat!” Enjoy the antics of a spoiled little princess and a scrappy cat who go on an epic adventure to save their gloomy-blue kingdom. They’ll meet many intriguing characters and endure countless challenges along the way. Can these arch enemies find a way to… Read more »
Would you like to feel more connected to your neighbours? Do you have gifts, skills, and experiences you’d be willing to share to make your neighborhood feel more vibrant, inclusive, and secure? If so, consider becoming involved in the Strathcona version of Abundant Communities Edmonton (ACE). Howard Lawrence, who implemented the initiative three years ago… Read more »
In April 2015, the City of Edmonton partnered with seven communities for the Engage 106-76 pilot project (including Strathcona). The project was started to see how 106 Street and 76 Avenue could be more walkable, bikeable and livable public spaces that connect people. The design team has reviewed all the community feedback and revised the… Read more »