These events allow community league members to dispose of items too large for regular waste collection free of charge and keeps our communities clean and tidy. If you do not have your community league membership required to access the event, they will be on sale at our Community Hall during the event. For more details on what is and what is not accepted at the Big Bin Event and to find a map of where to find us, please click here.
The Meadowlark Community League will be holding is Annual General Meeting (AGM) online this year on April 14, 2021 at 7:00 pm. All are invited to attend!
We are currently looking for board volunteers to fill our Vice President and Membership Director positions but more could be available if you have a specific interest in getting more involved.
If you would like to attend the AGM on April 14, please email email@example.com and we will send you a link/invite to attend the meeting. We’ll also be circulating the link to the meeting on our social media platforms the week of the event.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us!
With the warm spring weather upon us, we’re officially closing the rink outside the Meadowlark Community League building for the season. A big thank you to all Meadowlark residents who provided us with great feedback through our open house and survey on how important the skating rink is to our community.
Keep posted on our website and social media platforms for further updates on the rink in Winter 2021.
The Meadowlark, Glenwood and West Meadowlark Community Leagues invite you to a Heart Your Cart Presentation to find out more about the City of Edmonton’s new waste and cart program:
There are two presentation options for you to attend:
Tue 16 Mar 2021 10am – 10:45am and
Tue 16 Mar 2021 7pm – 7:45pm
Cost is FREE:
You can sign up to attend a free workshop using the form below:
The March 2021 Meadowlark Chip will soon be on your doorstep. For those of you who want to have an early peek at what is going on in the neighbourhood, you can find a link to it here.
The December 2020 Meadowlark Chip will soon be on your doorstep. For those of you who want to have an early peek at what is going on in the neighbourhood, you can find a link to it below:
As a quick revision (after final drafts were submitted) based on new guidance from the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues – sticks and pucks are now allowed at the Meadowlark Community skating rink. You can find more details here.
Good news to many community members! EFCL has changed its guidelines for community league-operated skating rinks. Hockey is now allowed as long as all other public health guidelines and mandatory measures are followed.
You can find more information on our community skating rink and our community guidelines to safely access the rink at the link below:
The Meadowlark Community League skating rink is NOW OPEN. You can find more information on how to safely access the rink and general usage guidelines here.
EPCOR will be undertaking some utility work around Meadowlark Park in the next few weeks/months. Please see the notice below for more information.
Community Rink – Survey
We’d love to hear from you on the future of our community rink located in Meadowlark Park. We are looking at options for the Winter 2020 season and into the future. Please follow the link below and have your say!