The City of Edmonton informed us that The Community Swim program is on hold for the reminder of 2021.
McLeod Community League, in collaboration with other community leagues are running a New Soccer Experience .
Homeless Camps have been spotted in our community. If you spot a homeless camp on City of Edmonton parks or property please call 311 and report the exact location. City staff will attend and try to assist the people living at the camp. If you're not sure if someone is homeless or is acting suspicious call EPS at 780-423-4567.
Do not make yourself an easy target. Do not leave bags of cans or bottles, bikes or anything else in your yard in plain view. Store in sheds, put a lock on your gates, install motion lights and or invest in a home security system. Before you go to bed ensure your car doors and house doors and windows are locked. Do not leave change, valuables or garage door openers in your vehicle.
Now that its getter darker earlier make sure your wearing some reflective clothing when walking or jogging at night. Stay on sidewalks or lighted paths. Try to find a friend or group to walk with. Bring your cell phone with you. Be aware of your surroundings.
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Did you know that a vehicle can only be left unmoved for 72 hours on a highway which includes roadways? Now that the snow has fallen it is easy to spot the vehicles not moving on a regular basis due to snow on the vehicle and the dry pavement underneath.
If the vehicle is not moved every 72 hours it is then considered abandoned and can come with a fine of $310.00 plus the cost of towing. If you are not driving the vehicle every 72 hours I suggest putting the vehicle on a driveway or garage. If you spot an abandoned vehicle you can report it by calling 311.
McLeod Community League would like to acknowledge the land on which we are located is Treaty 6 territory, and is a traditional meeting ground, a travelling route and home for many Indigenous peoples such as the Cree, Blackfoot, Saulteaux, Metis and other Indigenous peoples.
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