The many benefits of Community League Membership
Support your community league
Purchasing a membership helps your league to host events, provide great programming and develop amenities in your community.
Fees 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.
Leagues accomplish this through organizing various recreational, educational and sports programming, hosting community events, developing amenities such as water parks and community halls and by being the voice of the community when it comes to civic engagement with the City of Edmonton.
What you get in return
Do your kids love soccer or hockey, or maybe they want to learn karate or you want to take up yoga - your membership is your ticket to participation in organized sports and so much more. Get to know your neighbours, get to know your community.
Your purchase of a membership provides you with reduced rates to city recreational facilities through the Community League Wellness Program*, gives you the opportunity to know your neighbours through organized sports participation and community events, plus gives you a voice in the shaping of your community.
Many leagues also arrange further benefits with local non-city amenities and businesses. In many cases, members get reduced rates on their community hall rental, so make sure to check with your league to see what else they offer.
Periodically, special events happen within Edmonton and the organizers offer reduced ticket rates to community league members.
Current offers and reduced rates:
*Download the full details, rates and facilities of the City of Edmonton 2017 Community League Wellness Program (PDF).
Purchase your membership
By becoming a community league member, you become part of your community - where neighbours meet and great things happen!
Become a member, learn more about your community league and get involved. The best way to create the type of community you want to live in is to get active and get engaged with your neighbours and with your league.
When we all work together, we create safer, healthier and more enjoyable neighbourhoods - ones we are proud to call ours.