- 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
We have reopened our tennis courts. Hours are 9 am – 9 pm daily, weather permitting.
It has been a few years since we had our roads, curbs, street sewers, lights, boulevards, and sidewalks dug up for renewal. Many of you who had issues have likely been in contact with the City. In our last conversation with the Delivery Project Manager, he gave me an indication that this year they would be reviewing any warranty work that may need further remediation.
If you haven’t already contacted the City, about an ongoing issue, please review the City of Edmonton website for further contact information. https://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/on_your_streets/allendale-neighbourhood-renewal.aspx
COVID-19 Service & Program Impacts
Many City programs and services have been adjusted or impacted due to COVID-19 and/or staffing and budget constraints. This search tool is updated regularly to help you and your community stay in the know as the City reopens some programs and services.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the communities of Queen Alexandra and Allendale are partnering to help meet the needs of our residents.
If you are self-isolating, quarantined or are high-risk, we would like to make sure that you have the assistance that you need to stay healthy and comfortable in your home. So if you need help with shopping, prescription pick up, online socialization options, etc, please complete the form on the Queen Alexander website www.qacl.ca/covid (preferred), email email@example.com, or phone 780-439-9046.
If you would like to be kept up-to-date by email with our community strategies or if you can volunteer in any way, use the link to sign up.
Please don’t be shy! All assistance will be private and free. Let your neighbours know about this service.
The Nextdoor app and online version is a social networking platform for local communities and neighbourhoods. Instead of connecting you to any user across the world, Nextdoor narrows your network to those in your surrounding area. Learn more about Nextdoor on their information page
Their mission is to “provide a trusted platform where neighbours work together to build stronger, safer, happier communities, all over the world.”
With the Nextdoor app, users can interact with their neighbours, discuss community news, and recommend local services and businesses that they like.
One thing I like about Nextdoor Groups is that it is another way to stay connected to my neighbours. There were some people who were using an earlier version of this tool to organize around shared interests like hiking or reading. But now Nextdoor has officially launched Nextdoor Groups so neighbours can organize for those who may need assistance or want another social connection during this challenging time.
Please check this information to understand what social distancing means and use this to protect both yourself and your neighbours.
Thank you for being a good neighbour.
Note: As with any new social media platform caution should be taken when posting any personal information online.
Note: For security, we recommend that if you sign up, you update your address in your profile to just show your Street or Avenue not your complete address
The Government of Alberta declared a state of public health emergency today, so rather than take any further risks the Allendale Community League Hall and Grounds will be closed effective immediately and until further notice. We encourage you to visit alberta.ca/COVID19 for the latest information, guidance, and resources.
Saturdays (9 a.m. – 10 a.m.) You still have time to sign up for this class!!
The class is designed for those who have prior meditation experience. Each class will feature a reflection that is then integrated into the guided meditation.
Nature-Based Meditation & Mindfulness Classes | Saturdays (9 a.m. – 10 a.m.) | starting February 1, 2020
This class is designed for those who have prior meditation experience. Each class will feature a reflection that is then integrated into the guided meditation. Click HERE for more information.
Zumba (located at Queen Alexandra Community Hall) | Thursdays (7:30 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.) | starting January 30, 2020
Zumba will resume at Queen Alexandra Community Hall. Doors open at 7:15 and Zumba will start at 7:30 p.m. League membership is required. Please bring indoor runners, water bottle, and a yoga mat for core work. Click HERE for more information.
Soccer for Kids I Registration starts January 15, 2020
Allendale families can register for community soccer on the EMSA Southwest website. For the 2020 Outdoor Season, Allendale will be playing with Queen Alexandra and Parkallen communities. After registering on the website, registration must be finalized by attending an in-person registration date at Parkallen Community Hall.
- February 9th, 1 – 3 p.m. (during Snowfest)
- February 22nd, 9 – 11 a.m.
More information on fees, age groups, etc. can be found on Parkallen’s Soccer Page.
In addition to our programs, we also run other activities throughout the year. Our calendar of events lists each of our programs and will include any further details you’ll need to know before you go.
As with all of our programs, you’ll need to show your Community League Membership to join in or buy one when you’re there.
Join the Allendale Dart Club or the Allendale Bridge Club. They meet on alternating Friday nights at 7 p.m. Check the calendar below before you go for upcoming dates and more information about them.
Allendale Community Potluck
Interested in feasting together, meeting others from the neighbourhood? Follow Allendale on social media for the next potluck.
Drop-In Soccer and Playground Activities
Last year we had a “drop-in” soccer program for the little kids as well as some drop-in playground time. Stay tuned to our website and social media channels for more information on these activities as we head into summer.
GROUPS and COMMUNITY SHARING
Garden season will soon be upon us. Have you (or someone in the neighbourhood you know of) found that you cannot keep up the vegetable garden? The GardenShare project can team up untended backyard gardens with able gardeners who lack a garden. There are benefits to both. It could help a senior stay at home longer and produce can be shared. Each arrangement can be custom-tailored. We are looking to build an inventory of possible gardens in Allendale.
Pet Sitting Group
Do you have pets or wish you did? A group of residents are organizing to help look after each other’s furry friends. It’s a great way to connect with other animal enthusiasts and find convenient, local care for your fur babies. If you’re interested in joining the group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, subject: “Pet Sitting”.
We are looking for a person, or a few people, who are interested in organizing an activity in the hall during the day for the retired or recently retired residents of our community. If this sounds like something you’d like to do please send an email to email@example.com and we will get you in contact with other like-minded people.