We are a diverse group of citizens and River-valley park-users who are concerned about EPCOR’s intention to rezone River Valley parkland to expand its sewage treatment functions and bring a large sewage trunkline into Gold Bar Park, despite better options for managing the wastewater processing needs of a growing city – now and into the … Read more~ Save Gold Bar Park Alliance (SGBPA)
Be a Capilano Community Park Helper! We can keep our park clean and safe with everyone’s help. Please use the litter bins and encourage others to do so. Sand on the sidewalk is slippery – if you are feeling ambitious and know that you are going to be hanging out at the park for some … Read more~ Be a Capilano Community Park Helper!
Responsible Dog Ownership Many residents of Capilano enjoy their family dog. That enjoyment is attached to responsibility not only to your dog, but to your neighbours as well. As such, being a good neighbour is important in our community. Please be respectful and responsible by: Keeping your dog on a leash and off private property. … Read more~ Responsible Dog Ownership
The official Greater Hardisty Walking Map for the City of Edmonton‘s map series is now available. A HUGE thank you to Sheila for leading this project! The online version can be found on the City of Edmonton’s website at: www.edmonton.ca/walkmap. Copies of Community Walking Maps are available free of charge and distributed at the following … Read moreGreater Hardisty Walking Maps Now Available!
Nestled in a cozy bend in the North Saskatchewan River, the Capilano Community boundaries extend from 110th Ave to the North, to 106th Ave in the South and from 43rd Street to the East and 70th Street to the West. The community is located within 10 minutes of the downtown core, and is across the … Read more~ Capilano Area Parks