About the Community
The mature and vibrant neighbourhood of Pleasantview spans south of 60 Avenue and east of 111 street to west of 104 street and north of 51 Avenue. As of the 2016 Municipal Census, Pleasantview was home to almost 4000 residents.
Located at the Community Hall is a wonderful playschool for 3 and 4 year old students, with an emphasis on learning through play, and an introduction to the French Language. Also we have one of Alberta's top schools, Mount Pleasant, offered by the Edmonton Public School Board. Mount Pleasant is an elementary school that offers the Cogito Program from K-6.
For more community information including demographics, see City of Edmonton -Pleasantview.
In 2022, Pleasantview will start the neighbourhood reconstruction of its aging roadway surfaces and sidewalks as part of the City’s Neighbourhood Renewal program. The program is dedicated to renewing Edmonton’s roads, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and street lights, as well as any missing sidewalk links. During the Neighbourhood Renewal process, the redevelopment of other City-owned areas within the community such as parks and green spaces will also be explored.
Please note that alley renewal and arterial roads are not a part of neighbourhood renewal.
Community Resource Links
Emergencies: 9-1-1 *accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing
Non-emergencies or to report information: 3-1-1 or 780-423-4567
General inquiries or staff directory: 780-421-3333 during weekdays
Edmonton Police Service
- Social Media contacts
- Neighbourhood Empowerment Team Includes documentation on preventing property and auto theft, being safe in apartments, bullying and the ‘safe squad’ program.
- Neighbourhood Crime Mapping Information on your community.
- Report a Drug House Program Report a house in your community that you believe is being used as a drug house for buying or selling drugs.
- Neighbourhood Watch website Their mission is to build safer communities through the provision of crime prevention information and the support of neighbourhood level programs that encourage awareness, education, inclusion and participation."
You can be a partner in crime prevention and help keep Pleasantview a great place to live! Would you be interested in volunteering to be the Neighbourhood Watch representative to help us establish a program in Pleasantview? This volunteer position would be supported by both the PCL and Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch.
If you have a concern about safety or crime in Pleasantview you can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org