Save Gold Bar Park – Update

On November 16, 2018, the City Councillors on the Utility Committee heard from Edmonton residents strong and collective opposition to the 2017 decision to reroute the South Edmonton Sanitary Sewer (SESS) trunk line to the Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant.  Speakers represented the following groups: Edmonton Nordic Ski Club, Edmonton Trail Runners, Highlands Community League, Beverly Community League, Capilano Community League, various other recreational groups and residents from Beverly, Highlands, Gold Bar, Capilano, and Oliver.  A couple of engineers with experience in wastewater engineering and safety also spoke about risks, technology and inadequate buffer zones separating the Gold Bar Plant from surrounding recreational areas and residences.  The following topics were addressed:

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Where to Buy Memberships?

Need a Capilano Community Membership?  Contact Jean @ 780-863-0914

As well, memberships are available at:

  •  All Care Pharmacy, 5016 – 106 Avenue, Edmonton
    • Contact the pharmaccy at 780-244-2737 for store hours
    • Cash Only
  • Servus Credit Union, Capilano Mall #110, 5615 – 101 Avenue, Edmonton
    • Cash only
  • Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (online only) Click Here
    • Please note that EFCL adds a $5.00 admin fee

Thanks to All Care Pharmacy and Servus Credit Union for supporting our community!

Capilano Playschool – Free Trial Class January 23

Do you have a child who will be 3 or 4 this Fall?  Playschool is a great way for your child to socialize with other kids in the community and enjoy a Learn through Play program with our great teacher Ms. Shani!

We still have SPOTS AVAILABLE in our Tuesday/Thursday Christian class!

If you think your little one might be ready to start playschool next year, we are offering a free trial class Wednesday, January 23, 2019 from 6 – 6:30 p.m. and then starting registration with an Open House from 6:30 – 7:30 .p.m on the same night.  We are located in Hardisty School (10534-62 street).

For more information, or to register, please contact Marzena at 780-802-9307 or

Membership Benefits

There are numerous benefits to being a Community Member:

  • A community group able to address the concerns of residents and whose main priority is the well being of the community.
  • Opportunity to enroll children in area sports and recreational programs (Membership is mandatory to join).
  • Summer playground programs and playground supervision.
  • Capilano Community Hall rental discount.
  • Capilano Community Big Bin Event access
  • Capilano Tennis club eligibility.
  • Affiliation with the Neighborhood Watch and the Edmonton Safe Parent programs.
  • Free indoor swimming at Hardisty. (Contact pool for times)
  • Free outdoor swimming at Millcreek and other pools. (Contact pool for times)
  • Free indoor skating at various arenas. (Contact for times)
  • Use of Capilano community outdoor skating facilities.
  • City of Edmonton Community League Wellness Program (CL Members receive discounts on City of Edmonton passes)Click here for details.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch

Capilano Community participates in Neighbourhood Watch.The Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch Program Society is a not-for-profit, charitable volunteer passive crime prevention organization.Their mission is to improve the quality of life within all Edmonton communities by working to encourage awareness and participation. Doing little things, like taking notice of your surroundings and being aware of the changes that take place just outside your front window can make a big difference.

Their main objective is to have as many residents as possible actively participating in their neighbourhood so that any threats to the area will be reported to the police, thus avoiding the occurrence of a crime. They encourage residents to watch out for each other to reduce crime in the city and to act as the eyes and ears of their community. If you do see something, do not put yourself at risk in any way — just make that call and let someone know what you saw. Simple steps deter crime and demonstrate that we care about what happens in our neighbourhoods. Minimal actions on your part can un-invite criminals to your home and yard. Be aware, stay aware and involve yourself in the ‘watch’.

For further information on Neighbourhood Watch, please visit their website at: