The Community

Allendale is a lovely, mature neighbourhood, located halfway between Whyte Avenue and Southgate. The land was originally owned by the Allen family at the turn of the century but became part of Edmonton when Edmonton and Strathcona amalgamated in 1921. Development in the area started prior to WW1, but it was the late 1940s and early 1950s when most of the development occurred.

Recent News

  • Annual General Meeting May 18, 2022

    Annual General Meeting May 18, 2022

    Agenda All members are invited to attend   7:00 to 7:30 pm Question and Answers with Councillor Michael Janz Call to order at 7:30 pm Welcome …  >> Read More »
  • Green Shack is Go

    Green Shack is Go

    Celebrate 100 years of Green Shacks in Edmonton this summer with our neighbours in Allendale! The City of Edmonton, the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, …  >> Read More »
  • Spring Yoga is Back at Allendale Hall!

    Spring Yoga is Back at Allendale Hall!

    Our Spring in-person session of yoga is back at Allendale Hall! Yoga with Kelly will take you through postures to strengthen the body, calm the …  >> Read More »
  • COVID Update 2

    COVID Update 2

    COVID-19 public health actions As of March 1 Current Public Measures. City of Edmonton repeals mask bylaw On March 9, the City of Edmonton repealed …  >> Read More »
  • COVID Update

    COVID Update

    COVID-19 public health actions As of March 1 Current Public Measures. Frequently asked questions regarding the City of Edmonton’s Temporary Mandatory Face Coverings bylaw Does …  >> Read More »
  • Proposed Planning Application

    Proposed Planning Application

    There is a proposed planning application that is close to Allendale. The plan is to rezone the area of 10333 University Ave to allow a …  >> Read More »
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Allendale Community League

Allendale Community League

Allendale is a hidden gem in a mature neighbourhood. It's a quiet neighbourhood straight south of the Whyte Avenue scene and north of Southgate, right in the middle between the two. Allendale park is at the centre of our community.

We are getting close to our casino dates of June 8th and 9th and are looking for volunteers to raise funds for our playground replacement project. Please contact Linda Salayka, Casino Coordinator, by email or phone and she can provide information as to what positions are available. (587) 357-1334facilities@allendalecommunity.caPrevious casino funds contributed to our thriving community garden, and is an important part of our fundraising as a Community. ... See MoreSee Less
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It's the time of year when Creeping Bellflower pictures start showing up on gardening pages and plant ID groups from people who have it but don't really realize it yet. Please keep an eye out for these gardeners and be gentle - we all remember our blissful innocence before we fully understood what we were dealing with. Here's a page from the Alberta Invasive Plant Identification Guide for our new followers. Bad news: it's a terrible plant and really, really hard to get rid of. Good news: you get to join an exclusive warrior society sworn to fight the beast at every turn, at the cost of our sanity, and in spite of certain defeat. www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/11261573/alberta-invasive-plant-identification-guide ... See MoreSee Less
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