PCL Winter Celebration

Sunday, Feb.2, 2020, 2-4pm. Pleasantview Community Hall.

Join your neighbours for fun winter activities outdoors (skating, fire pit, snowshoeing) or indoors for an afternoon of board games and winter cheer! Snacks and hot chocolate will be provided.

Outdoor Soccer Registration Feb.1-28.

Snow Removal Help for Seniors and Persons with Low Mobility

  • ● Is it difficult for you to maintain your sidewalks due to age or restraints on your mobility?
  • ● Do the winter months make it unsafe and difficult to leave your home?
  • Seniors Home Supports Program​ gives seniors referrals to vetted service providers
  • (businesses, community groups and individuals) offering these types of services. Seniors

are not charged for referrals but they will pay a fee to the service provider for completing the work.

Hiregood is a social enterprise owned and operated by Boyle Street Community

Services. They offer on-demand snow removal on sidewalks and driveways. Snow will be cleared within 24 hours after the snowfall ends.

Learn to Skate

Starting Jan.13, 2020, the City of Edmonton's Learn to Skate Program will run 2:30pm-5:30pm. The skate shack and facilities are open for use. This is a free program targeted for children ages 6-12 and their families. However, all are welcome to attend! Skates and CSA approved helmet are required to participate. Programs will be cancelled at -23C with wind chill, or if the ice is closed by the facility. For more information, please visit or call 311.

Sportball in Pleasantview starting February 12, 2020!

This new program for kids is a multisport experience that will be held at the Mount Pleasant School gymnasium (10541 - 60A Ave.). Sportball fee: $16.50 per class per child. The classes will be held Wednesday evenings. Pre-school age sessions will be from 6-7pm. School age sessions will be 7-8pm. The schedule is:

Feb.12: Soccer

Feb. 19: Basketball

Feb. 26: Lacrosse

Mar. 4: Rugby

Apr.1: Tennis

Apr.8: Futsal

Apr.15: Basketball

May 6: Soccer

YOGA at the hall

Explore tools of yoga to grow your awareness and well-being in both body and mind. Poses, body sensing breath and relaxation practices, anchored with brief discussions of the ancient text, and some smaller group work to refine movement patterns.

Times: two 75 minute classes, 9:00am or 10:45am

Dates: Winter session, 12 weeks, Jan.8-Mar.25, 2020

Location: Pleasantview Community Hall

To find out more email Megan at or call 780 394 7054

Zumba with Marwa

Zumba continues this Winter with new sessions starting Tuesday Jan.14, 2020. Marwa enjoys getting your body, mind and heart moving. Drop in or email her to attend the Tuesday evening sessions.

Times: Tuesdays, 7:30pm to 8:30pm

Dates: Starts Jan.14, 2020

Cost: $10 drop in per class

Contact: Marwa at

Share Your Thoughts On The Draft City Plan

The City Plan outlines the choices Edmonton needs to make as we grow to a city of two million people. A draft of The City Plan is open for public comment and review until January 16, 2020.

View The Draft City Plan and leave your comments at

Big Opportunities for Tiny Homes

On December 9, 2019, City Council approved Zoning Bylaw changes to further enable the development of tiny homes in Edmonton (Item 3.10).

For more information, visit

2019 Municipal Census Results

Did you know that the 2019 Municipal Census results are now available online? Results

can be viewed by ward, neighbourhood, or city-wide.

Citizen Dashboard: City by the Numbers

How many potholes has the City filled so far? Are DATS buses arriving on time these days? How many rescued pets get returned to owners? Answers to these and many other questions are featured in statistical detail on Edmonton's​ ​Citizen Dashboard​.​ It gives Edmontonians access to the latest data on a wide range of municipal services and a timely look at how we’re building one of North America’s great capital cities.

Keep industry out of Edmonton’s river valley

This spring, and then again this fall, city council will be asked to decide on whether or not to rezone two sections of river valley land from “parkland” to “industrial,” both changes at the request of Epcor. The fall decision would involve the loss of approximately seven acres to allow Epcor to expand the Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant (mostly for parking), even though land is available for expansion outside the city limits.

The spring decision, scheduled for June 6, would involve the loss of 99 acres to allow Epcor to construct a solar power plant next to the E.L. Smith Water Treatment Plant in southwest Edmonton. These proposals reflect the “death by a thousand cuts” urbanist Jane Jacobs described, and they should be rejected. Read more at

Pleasantview Community League wants your help. Please share your opinion on our community Men's Night Out socials in the survey below. It will help us with our planning. Note: If you are using a cellphone to view and respond to the survey, please turn your phone to landscape mode and scroll down as you answer the questions. Thank you!

Help shape Edmonton, let the City know what you think about:

Updating for Corporate Policy C602Accessibility for People with Disabilities

Phase 2: Let's Talk About the Future of Waste

Time to Talk: Future of Waste

Thank you to the many Edmontonians who came to our public engagement sessions last fall on seasonal yard waste collection and options for garbage carts. It’s time to continue the conversation! Join us to further discuss and refine details about options for carts, waste reduction programs, recycling, and more. We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming drop-in sessions. February 10 - April 15, 2019.

For information and updates, visit or call 311(780-944-5555 for TTY)

New energy efficiency rebates unlock more savings in your home

January 22, 2019

The City of Edmonton has launched a top-up program that enables homeowners to receive an extra 20 per cent money back on home energy evaluations and retrofits through the new Home Energy Plan.

The Home Energy Plan program, offered by the City of Edmonton and Energy Efficiency Alberta, provides homeowners access to expert advice on energy efficiency and rebates on home retrofits.

“More than 1,250 Edmontonians have participated in the Change Homes for Climate programs so far,” said Robyn Webb, Senior Environmental Project Manager in the Energy Transition Unit. “With this new rebate program we hope even more Edmontonians will take advantage of these incentives to make their homes more energy efficient.”

Homeowners can receive $400 towards the cost of a Home Energy Evaluation. After the evaluation, homeowners are eligible to apply for even greater rebates on a wide range of home upgrades, including insulation, windows, furnaces and more.

Kick start your new year with a more energy efficiency home!

For more information:

Edmonton Announcements

Share your feedback on City’s updated accessibility policy for people with disabilities

February 21, 2019

One in seven Canadians have a disability and that number is expected to grow with an aging population. People with disabilities may encounter a range of barriers in their lives that can limit social, political and economic participation and inclusion in the community. The City of Edmonton is working to reduce and remove these barriers to ensure all people are able to participate and contribute, regardless of their abilities.

The City is updating corporate policy on accessibility for people with disabilities and seeks public feedback on a draft document.

Drop-in Public Engagement Sessions:

Date: Tuesday, February 26

Time: 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Location: West Edmonton Christian Assembly, 6315 100 Street NW

Date: Thursday, February 28

Time: 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Location: The Meadows Community Recreation Centre, 2704 17 Street NW

Date: Tuesday, March 5

Time: 5 - 8 p.m.

Location: Edmonton Tower lobby, 10111 104 Avenue NW

Date: Thursday, March 7

Time: 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Location: Clareview Community Recreation Centre, 3804 139 Avenue NW

Date: Wednesday, March 13

Time: 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Location: Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, 2051 Leger Road NW

Captioning (CART), ASL Interpreters, children’s activities and light refreshments will be provided at each session. For all other accommodation requests specific to the engagement events, participants are encouraged to call 311.

An online survey will be available February 26 to review the draft policy and provide feedback. The survey closes on March 18, 2019, at 11 p.m.

For more information: