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Dues collected from membership sales provide much needed funds for community leagues to accomplish their mandate of bringing community residents together, and improving the community and the quality of life for all residents. 

Membership is voluntary. However, with your purchase of an annual community league membership, along with funds raised from various activities that are carried on throughout the year, as well as grants from the city and the provincial government, the Pleasantview Community League is able to provide residents with:

Simply show your Pleasantview Community League Membership Card and enjoy:

Discounts on Pleasantview Community Hall rentals.


Note:  You will have to pay all applicable administration fees if you purchase your membership online through or through any Servus Credit Union branch.

Seniors: $10

Singles: $15

Family: $30

PCL Memberships can be purchased in any of the following ways:

Option 1: Purchase online at  The full membership fee is remitted to the Community League.

Option 2: Attend a Community League social event e.g. Men's Night, Ladies' Night, Fall Potluck, Annual General Meeting or a Community League Board meeting, in the Marshall Centre (usually first Thursday of the month, September - June).

Option 3: Purchase at any Edmonton Servus Credit Union branch.  Closest branch to Pleasantview is located in Southgate Mall, #6, 5015 - 111 St. Edmonton, AB T6H 4M6.  There is an administration fee.

Your Pleasantview Community League Membership is valid from Sept. 1st to Aug. 31st. You are welcome to join anytime throughout the year, but please note, all memberships expire annually on August 31st. 

If you have any questions regarding memberships, please email

Busy Bodies Drop in Program 

Is your child full of energy? Bring them to this exciting program where they will develop physical literacy through fun games and activities and connect with other families. Drop in at any time or join in for the whole time. 

This free program is aimed at children 2–5 years old.

For more information, check out the website:

Location: Pleasantview Community Hall


Mondays, Sept 11 - Oct 23, 10:00–11:30 am

EPS Overview Course

Did you know that the Edmonton Police Service offers a 13 week course that provides citizens with an overview of the Edmonton Police Service, gives information on when and how it responds to calls for service and provides participants with resources on community safety and crime prevention?  Classes take place on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm starting September 19. 

For more information and to register please go to

Deadline for registration is September 1.

Please note that this class is for citizens of Edmonton who are interested in community policing and not intended for those applying to become a police officer. 

Naturalization  &  Boulevard  What We Heard Report

The naturalization and boulevard and open space tree planting public engagement Phase 2 (May 5- 29, 2023) What We Heard Report Naturalization and Tree Planting is now available. Thank you for participating and sharing the public engagement opportunities and information packages within your organizations and the groups you represent. Edmontonians were able to provide their feedback through an interactive online map, at pop-up events, online and paper surveys and at stakeholder and public meetings.

Greener As We Grow - one of The City Plan's Big City Moves - outlines a commitment to the protection and conservation of our urban forest, while driving climate resilience by planting two million new trees as the population grows. This target is part of a larger goal outlined in the Urban Forest Asset Management Plan to reach 20 per cent forest canopy coverage in Edmonton by 2071. The City will reach the goal of planting two million new trees primarily through naturalization and boulevard and open space tree planting.  

To guide this work, the City is developing two tools:

During Phase 2 public engagement of this project, the City sought to understand how Edmontonians use open/public spaces, any areas where naturalization and/or boulevard and open space tree planting would conflict with public interest or existing usage and activities and how they would like to be communicated with when naturalization and/or boulevard and open space tree planting is happening in their neighbourhoods.

Feedback is currently being reviewed by the City Project Team and potential revisions to the NRRP and GIEM model will be considered based on what was heard during the public engagement process. Specific site-level feedback will be considered for annual planning purposes. Feedback gathered from both phases of public engagement will help improve the City’s regular communications and education work around naturalization and tree planting.

Please share the What We Heard Report with your group/organization and visit Naturalization and Tree Planting for public engagement and project updates and New Urban Trees and Naturalization for additional project information.

If you have questions, please email the Project Team at:

Thank you for your time.

Mail Pickup During Construction

During sidewalk and curb construction, Canada Post will temporarily suspend mail delivery to houses where carriers are not able to reach the house reliably or safely.  You can pick up your mail at the Rosedale Depot at 9325-62 Avenue from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm weekdays. You will need to show your photo ID.


If you would prefer to pick up your mail at the Rexall postal outlet (11080 51 Avenue) you can call Amanda at Canada Post 780-944-3039 ext 2009 and have it transferred there. You have to call each time you want your mail sent to Rexall. You will have 2 weeks to pick it up. Be sure to bring your photo ID.


After the construction has been completed in front of your house, Canada Post will automatically resume home delivery of your mail.

Green Shack

Pleasantview Community League is pleased to announce that the Green Shack Program is coming back to our community. 

Every Monday-Friday starting July 4, 2023 from 2:30pm-5:30pm, children can come hang out at Angus Murray Park to play games and enjoy outdoor activities with friends!

For more Information, please contact or visit

Pleasantview Neighbourhood Renewal

Pleasantview has been chosen for neighbourhood renewal beginning construction in spring 2022 with anticipated completion in 2023. 

Latest Update:

Construction Update - April 2023

Neighbourhood Renewal in Pleasantview is nearing completion as we prepare to start the second and final year of construction.

2023 construction will begin the week of April 24, weather permitting. The planned construction area for 2023 is 106 Street to 110 Street, from 51 Avenue to 61 Avenue, and will include the reconstruction of roads, sidewalks, curbs and gutters and new streetlights. In addition, we will be completing: 

If you live in the construction area, you will receive an additional construction notice that provides more information on what to expect during construction prior to work beginning.

Project Background
Neighbourhood Renewal construction began in spring 2022. Prior to that, beginning in June 2019, the City hosted a series of public engagement events to learn about Pleasantview and gathered your feedback on how we could make it better. The final design is available on the project website. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we complete another successful year of Neighbourhood Renewal construction. Construction in the Pleasantview neighbourhood is expected to take two years (completion in fall 2023). 

Visit for more information.


Final design booklet (updated March 2022)
Preparing for Construction Booklet
Preparing for Construction presentation video 
Preparing for Construction information session recording video
Pleasantview final design changes presentation slides 
What We Heard Report  

Come Play Community Soccer this Spring!

As Pleasantview currently has no Soccer Coordinator, registration will be done through Lendrum this year.  Outdoor soccer is affordable, fun, and a great way for your child to meet other children in your community. Outdoor Soccer begins the 1st week of May (weather permitting) and ends late June, except for teams proceeding to post season play (U13-U19) who may play into July & August. 

Outdoor Soccer Registration starts February 1st and ends February 28th. Registration must be done on the SWEMSA website (  Once you have registered online, you have two options for payment.

Option #1 - Pay online via Credit Card

Upload or Email the supporting documents to

Supporting documents (can also be dropped off at the Lendrum Community Hall on February 12, 2023 between 10am and 12pm)

Option #2 - Pay by cheque or Funding:

Drop off cheque/payment and supporting documents at the Lendrum Community Hall on February 12, 2023 between 10am and 12pm. 

The following supporting documents must be included

You must be a community League member to play community soccer! Membership information is available on the Pleasantview website. Our community soccer program is completely run by parent volunteers, so I invite all families to pitch in and help make the upcoming season amazing! There are countless ways to help, including coaching, coordinating referees, organizing equipment, and helping out at the season wrap-up party.

If you have any questions please feel free to get in-touch! 

Julie Moehler

Lendrum Soccer Coordinator


Pleasantview Community League Events Survey

We would like to invite you all to fill out this survey for future PCL events!

Afterschool Youth Pass 

Get access to all City of Edmonton fitness centres, pools, gyms and more! Valid for youth ages 8-17 

Weekdays only! Must scan in or drop in between 1-5:30pm. 

Monthly memberships for the after-school youth pass are just $15/month or drop-in for $2/day.

 For more information, visit

Sidewalk Improvement Fees:

The Board received a couple of inquiries regarding the sidewalk improvement fees.  I was able to touch base with a couple of the project managers overseeing the Pleasantview Neighborhood Renewal project and was provided with the following information:

Response: No, that is correct.  If a resident is not in favour of sidewalk reconstruction they may file a petition against the improvement as outlined in the information package they received in the mail with their improvement notice.

-Do residents have to make a formal request to have their property reviewed?  and,

- If it is determined a portion or all of the driveway access can remain, will their improvement fee be revised?.

Response (as per email ):

..In the spring detailed design walks are completed to verify the proposed design created by the engineering consultant. During the detailed design walks, the designer confirms catch basin elevations, slopes on the boulevard, existing grades on lots, pavement structures, longitudinal drainage on the city sidewalk, grades on driveways/crossings and private & boulevard connectors. The designer has to ensure the complete streets guidelines are being met when they are designing each street and avenue. There are other requirements that need to be met by Epcor drainage and other utility companies during the design and construction of the neighbourhood as well.

1.) Each street/avenue will be reviewed in the spring/summer. Residents do not need to contact us.

2.) No, the improvement fee is only for the sidewalks. Driveways/crossings are not charged back to the residents.

Note: I was also verbally advised that residents will know ahead of time whether or not newer driveway crossings will need to be replaced to meet the above construction guidelines.

Have a great day all,

Joan, Civics Director 

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Stay Informed:

 Edmonton Sport Council on your Community League 

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- a database of sport and active recreation organizations []

- a database of sport and recreation facilities []

New Local Opportunities

River Valley Parkrun, Edmonton

How are your New Year’s health and wellness resolutions going?  Not too well?  Mine, too.  There is no need for concern, there is no need to wait until January 1st, it’s never too late to start again.  Spring is just around the corner and this is the perfect time to recommit to a healthier lifestyle.  


Say ‘hello’ to “parkrun,” an international organisation tasked with providing free weekly 5k events at more than 1,850 locations in 23 countries across five continents. Whether you are young or old or in your prime, whether you are there to run, walk, jog or volunteer the reasons to take part are clear. You will be a witness to the improvements in the mental and physical health and fitness of yourself and others. There is an opportunity to meet new people and to be part of both a local community and a much broader international movement.


Edmonton’s event goes every Saturday morning at 9 o’clock from near the parking lot for Victoria Park, on River Valley Road. Rest assured that you won’t be the last to finish. One of the most important volunteer roles is ‘tail walker,’ who, as the name suggests, walks behind the other participants. The emphasis, whether you walk with a young child, go round in a wheelchair, jog, run hard or volunteer, is on what you can do rather than what you can’t. You are always welcome either by yourself or with a group of family, friends and teammates.  


Below is a link to Edmonton’s event, but before you click it, I suggest you do the Google thing and see what others are saying about “parkrun” in places around the world. Also, check out a few of the videos such as this one on YouTube to get a feel for the atmosphere. Then you can hone in on the details of Edmonton’s very own event.

When you are ready, parkrun will also be ready to welcome you. I hope to see you there! 

-Brian Clark

In short, River Valley Parkrun, Edmonton:

·  What:  

·  Where: 

·  When:     


Further details can be found at: (local event website) (local event Facebook page) (parkrun Canada site) (international site)

Or email the local organizers at:


Catch Basins:

Our crews are working 24/7 to respond to catch basin ponding requests. Catch basins are the drains in your neighbourhood that allow water to drain into the storm water system. Thank you to the residents who are submitting those catch basin requests through 311. There are over 63,000 catch basins across the city, so knowing where these issues are helps us get to them in a timely manner.

 Did you know? The Open Data Portal has a map of every catch basin here: