Drainage Repair and Traffic Issues – 61 Ave and 109 St

On October 8, 2020, inspection of a sewer trunk line 23 metres below 61 Ave, found a 2.5-metre-long opening along the top of it. Further inspection at the intersection of 61 Ave and 109 St found materials around the trunk line had also eroded creating a void.

EPCOR placed roadblocks, reduced speed limit signs, and local traffic only signs in the area. Edmonton Traffic Enforcement were in the area for a short period to ticket speeding motorists or those not obeying traffic signs (i.e., not coming to a complete stop or performing illegal U-turns). The city eventually placed rerouting information in the surrounding areas.

Estimated completion of the repair work is now July 31.

For a update from EPCOR, please review their most recent update: EPCOR March 2021 Update

Registration is now open for the 2021 Soccer Season.


Registration includes training fees only as there are NO GAMES at this time. Once AHS lifts the COVID 19 restrictions, SWMSA will collect additional fees.

Registration for the 2021 Soccer Season is online at emsasouthwest.com/play/registration.

Allendale does not have a volunteer soccer coordinator so no plans were made to have a team. But keep your community in mind since Allendale has large field spaces so close by. If you are interested, possibly for this year or next, complete our volunteer page to join the board then get in touch with EMSA.

Responsible Pet Ownership in Allendale

This is a reminder that walking/running dogs on the fields, in the playgrounds, and within enclosed spaces including the rink and tennis courts near the league hall and Allendale Junior High is not permitted. This includes the new park/picnic area near the hall.
From the edmonton.ca website:
  • Dogs are not permitted in picnic areas, playgrounds or sports fields. Dogs may be walked on trails only if they are on leash. Dogs may be off leash on parkland and trails only if you are in a designated off-leash area.
  • Dog’s are not permitted on school board property
If you have any concerns, please contact the City https://permits.edmonton.ca/default.aspx?appArea=Complaints

Allendale Park Events Sept 26 & 27

Sat Sept 26, 2 pm

2 to 2:45 pm:  Gateway Fiddlers is a group of talented Elementary and Junior High fiddle students.

3 to 4 pm:  Edmonton Fiddlers, primarily high school and university age fiddle students will take you on an up-beat musical tour through Canadian, Celtic and alternative fiddle styles.

Both fiddle groups are led by co-directors Rod Olstad and Bonnie Gregry with guitar accompaniment by Len Penner.

Sun Sept 27, 2 pm

One Fire Singers was born May 2008. They have released 3 successful albums which sold out within 1 month of release. The goal of the group is to share new songs, a new style, and to keep young singers interested. This group performed an opening show for the TRC In Edmonton, and they have sang and performed for The GOA Children Services, the Town of Whitecourt annually, and the Edmonton Conference on Supporting Families of Missing or Murdered Persons.  Their music has a smooth vibe.

“Thank you for the invite. We hope you enjoy!”

Community League Day


Join the Allendale and Queen Alexandra Community Leagues as we host this event on September 19 .

Purchase a Community League membership either while you are there or you can purchase it online through www.efcl.org on September 19th* and bring us a receipt.

Stay for the live music, hot dogs, and gelato, then get to know your neighbours. We will also have EPS on hand to provide community and bike security information.

If you have any questions or concerns contact:

*Note: After the 19th, EFCL staff will be going through all Community League memberships sold online through them and will manually refund the $5.00 admin fee for each transaction

Take steps to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 by practicing good hygiene, social distancing and monitoring for symptoms.

Allendale Community Hall Grounds Construction

Construction of Phase 2 of the Allendale Grounds Enhancement Project will begin in August.  Please note the following:
  • The construction fence is now up and demolition will occur shortly
  • This project will retain the west side basketball court, will add a naturalized park area of plants, trees, a pergola, and park benches. On the east side of the ‘ park area’ there will be a small multipurpose recreation area that can be used for street hockey, outdoor yoga, etc.
  • The construction of this project will take approximately 6 weeks.
  • Entrance to the tennis courts will be moved to the access gate off 105A street.
  • For the duration of construction there will be no access to the basketball courts.

Information concerning this update was highlighted in the last few issues of the Allendale Advisors. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at allendalecommunityleague@gmail.com