General Project Timeline

2011 - Proposal of W.Hawrelak Park and Location:  The City, EFCL and CL’s (three different parks considered and three different areas of W.H. Park considered)

2012 - The initial proposed design concept:  The City, EFCL and CL General Membership.

2013 - Project Initial Concept Designs showed to the public and stakeholders several times throughout the year.

2014 - Final proposed concept designs approved by City, General Membership and circulated to all stakeholders for final consultation questions and comments.

  • Initial project concept design review passed through the Edmonton Design Committee
  • Public and stakeholder concept design consultation began for refined designs of specific features.

2015 - Detailed designs of final concepts circulated

2016 - Finished detailed designs and circulated

Began artwork, displays and signage concept designs and circulated

2017 - Consulted with major funders on construction timeline and funding

2018  and 2019 – Ongoing updates of construction timeline and funding progress.

 

Download the full General Project Overview PDF (April 2019) 

100th Anniversary Project Overview

efcl.org 100th anniversary project

We started in 2011 with a vision to create something wonderful for our 2021 centennial anniversary.

 

We decided to build a lasting, tangible, capital project in honour of the volunteers and contributors of our community leagues.

 

We made a choice to develop an amenity in Hawrelak Park, one of Edmonton's largest and most central park spaces.

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Happily, we are being generously supported.

 

Our member Leagues approved a five-year funding commitment from every League, totalling $314,000.

 

City council unanimously approved a motion to fund $600,000 in the 2015-2017 Capital Budget once the rest of our project funding is secured.

 

We are happy to announce that we received $500,000 from the Government of Alberta.

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Community League Plaza

 

One hundred years of cherished community memories. One hundred years of friendships made and recreational activities enjoyed.

Celebrating who we are helps us to inspire and shape who we will be.

We want to inspire our future to create another 100 years of fun, caring community experiences.

 

What the Project is and Why it is Important (PDF)

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7103 105 St NW
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