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Soccer Registration outdoor season

posted Feb 23, 2015, 5:51 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

2015 Outdoor Soccer Season  - Online Registration Open!

 Boys and Girls – U4 to U16 (pending confirmed player numbers)

 Register online by visiting:  http://cws.techsys.tv/register

 

OR

 

Register in person at the Central Outdoor Registration:

 March 10th, 2015

6pm to 9pm

At Doubletree Hilton (the former Mayfield Inn)

16615-109 Ave

 Questions or comments may be sent to soccer@crestwood.ab.ca

Seasonal parking ban starts Sunday Feb 15 @ 11 pm

posted Feb 15, 2015, 3:23 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

No parking on designated routes as of 11 p.m. on Sunday, February 15


The City of Edmonton has announced a seasonal parking ban on collector/bus routes will take effect as of 11 p.m. on Sunday, February 15.

Vehicles not removed from signed routes are subject to tagging and towing.  

There is NO parking permitted until the seasonal parking ban has been lifted. Even if plows have already made one pass on these routes, it may be necessary for crews to return or there may be additional precipitation that requires the ban to be extended. An additional email will be sent when the parking ban has ended.

PLEASE NOTE: The seasonal parking ban will NOT impact the neighbourhood blading cycle scheduled to begin on Tuesday, February 17. Blading will proceed as planned.

For more information on the seasonal parking ban, please visit www.edmonton.ca/snowparking 

Neighbourhood blading cycle Feb 18 for Crestwood

posted Feb 14, 2015, 9:17 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

Neighbourhood blading cycle announced


City of Edmonton Roadway Maintenance crews will move into neighbourhoods to start blading to a level snow pack of 5 cm or less starting at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, February 17. Blading will continue until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, February 23 (no blading will take place Saturday or Sunday).

Residents are reminded that the day for blading will stay the same throughout the winter. For instance, if their street is bladed on a Wednesday during the first cycle, it will be on a Wednesday during subsequent cycles.

Edmontonians can find out when crews will be in their areas by visiting Neighbourhood Blading and using either the address search tool or referring to the coloured map graphic.  

While parking is not banned during blading in residential areas, the City asks citizens to move their vehicles or park off-street wherever possible so that trucks can blade from curb to curb. Please remember that while windrows are kept to a maximum 30 cm height in front of driveways, curbside windrows are not removed. Those wishing to continue parking on-street after the work has been done are required to clear a spot for themselves.

Blading is a 24-hour, around the clock operation. Crews can be in neighbourhoods at any time on the day blading is scheduled in a particular area.

In addition to blading next week, crews will also be picking up windrows from around schools during the overnight hours. Temporary no-parking signs will be placed ahead of the operations as the equipment used for windrow pick-up is large and crews require unrestricted access to those areas.

 

Curling Club Events

posted Feb 13, 2015, 8:42 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

February Events

Soccer Registration

posted Feb 13, 2015, 8:37 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary   [ updated Feb 14, 2015, 8:35 PM ]

Outdoor Central Registration- has been confirmed. Other dates may be posted.

March 10, 2015; 

6pm to 9pm

at Double Tree by Hilton (prev. The Mayfield)

16615 – 109 Ave

 emsa west

Edmonton Minor Soccer Association

 P 780-451-6453 ext. 0

F 780-451-9271

EWZSA Office

15430 - 93 Ave. Edmonton, Alberta T5R 5H3


emsawest.com

Neighbourhood blading cycle starts Monday Feb 17 thru 23

posted Feb 13, 2015, 8:28 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

Neighbourhood blading cycle announced

Crestwood is Wednesday


City of Edmonton Roadway Maintenance crews will move into neighbourhoods to start blading to a level snow pack of 5 cm or less starting at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, February 17. Blading will continue until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, February 23 (no blading will take place Saturday or Sunday).

Residents are reminded that the day for blading will stay the same throughout the winter. For instance, if their street is bladed on a Wednesday during the first cycle, it will be on a Wednesday during subsequent cycles.

Edmontonians can find out when crews will be in their areas by visiting Neighbourhood Blading and using either the address search tool or referring to the coloured map graphic.  

While parking is not banned during blading in residential areas, the City asks citizens to move their vehicles or park off-street wherever possible so that trucks can blade from curb to curb. Please remember that while windrows are kept to a maximum 30 cm height in front of driveways, curbside windrows are not removed. Those wishing to continue parking on-street after the work has been done are required to clear a spot for themselves.

Blading is a 24-hour, around the clock operation. Crews can be in neighbourhoods at any time on the day blading is scheduled in a particular area.

Seasonal Parking ban starts Friday 11 pm

posted Feb 6, 2015, 5:45 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

No parking on designated routes as of 11 p.m. on Friday, February 6


The City of Edmonton has announced a seasonal parking ban on collector/bus routes is in effect as of 11 p.m. on Friday, February 6, 2015.

Vehicles not removed from signed bus routes are subject to tagging and towing.  

There is NO parking permitted until the seasonal parking ban has been lifted. Even if plows have already made one pass on these routes, it may be necessary for crews to return or there may be additional precipitation that requires the ban to be extended. An additional email will be sent when the parking ban has ended.

For more information on the seasonal parking ban, please visit www.edmonton.ca/snowparking 

OUTDOOR SOCCER REGISTRATION March 10

posted Jan 17, 2015, 9:52 AM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

An EFCL League Membership is required to register for Soccer
Get a Membership & register for Soccer 
Crestwood Community League offers Outdoor and Indoor Soccer programs through Edmonton West Zone Soccer Association (EWZSA) and the Edmonton Minor Soccer Association (EMSA) for children aged 3 to 18 years old. 
Contact the Crestwood Soccer Director BRIAN K on the Crestwood Community League Board with any questions.

LOOKING FOR NEW SOCCER DIRECTOR & coordinators TO TRAIN AND MENTOR please contact current Soccer Director  Brian at  briank@live.ca

Outdoor Soccer Season 2015 
May 1st until the end of July.   registration in MARCH
Crestwood plays In-House Mini Soccer for ages 3 to 6 years old on the Crestwood / St. Paul's School fields week nights during May and June.
The players on teams U-8 to U-12 participate in scheduled games on fields in the West end of Edmonton. 
The older teams U-14 to U-18 play games city wide.

REGISTRATION   BY emsa west Edmonton Minor Soccer Association

 www.emsawest.com 

 Outdoor Central Registration- has been confirmed.

March 10, 2015;   6pm to 9pm

at Double Tree by Hilton (prev. The Mayfield)   16615 – 109 Ave


OUTDOOR Soccer party  June SATURDAY 20  2015  

Windrow removal on collector/bus routes starts Jan 19

posted Jan 17, 2015, 9:39 AM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

Windrow removal on collector/bus routes  149 St, 142 St, 96 Avenue

NO PARKING ON THESE STREETS  
 Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.,

If you live on a collector/bus route (that is, on roads subject to seasonal parking bans), please be advised of the following: 

The City of Edmonton’s Transportation Services Department will be removing excess snow from residential bus/collector routes starting Monday, January 19, 2015. The operation is expected to last three weeks.

Parking restrictions will run from Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m., so residents will be able to park on street evenings and weekends. Temporary ‘no parking’ signs will be placed 24 hours in advance in areas where work is taking place and because crews require unrestricted access to remove windrows, strict enforcement in the form of both ticketing and towing will take place.

Citizens are reminded that where signs appear, parking is banned during the times indicated until snow removal has been completed and the signage removed.


http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/on_your_streets/bus-route-snow-removal.aspx

 

Neighbourhood blading starts Wednesday

posted Jan 5, 2015, 7:00 PM by Crestwood Community League Secretary

Seasonal parking ban over for arterials

Crestwood street clearing day is Wednesday

City of Edmonton Roadway Maintenance crews will move into neighbourhoods to start blading to a level 5 cm snow pack 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, January 7. Blading will take place on January 7,8,9,12 and 13 (no blading is done over the weekend).

The day for blading in each neighbourhood will stay the same throughout the winter; for instance, if your street is bladed on a Wednesday during this cycle, it will always be on a Wednesday during subsequent cycles.

Edmontonians can find out when crews will be in their areas by visiting http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/on_your_streets/street-cleaning.aspx and using the address look-up tool or referring to the coloured maps. 

While there is no parking ban in place for blading in residential areas, the City asks citizens to move their vehicles or park off-street wherever possible so that trucks can blade from curb to curb. Please remember that while windrows are kept to a maximum 30 cm height in front of driveways, curbside windrows are not removed. Those wishing to continue parking on-street after the work has been done are required to clear a spot for themselves.

Blading is a 24-hour, around the clock operation; crews can be in neighbourhoods at any time on the day indicated on the map (from midnight to midnight).

NOTE: The residents of West Jasper Place, Crestwood, Henderson Estates and Haddow are reminded that their neighbourhoods are part of the one-side parking ban pilot from November 1 until March 15; enforcement of that targeted ban will take place through the winter season. For more information, please visit http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/on_your_streets/winter-parking-ban-pilot.aspx

 

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