Glenwood is a large neighborhood in west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The neighborhood has a mixture of residential and commercial development. Glenwood became a part of Edmonton in 1964 when the Town of Jasper Place amalgamated with Edmonton.
The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Stony Plain Road, on the south by 95 Avenue, on the east by 156 Street and on the west by 170 Street.
The Edmonton Transit System's Jasper Place terminal is located at the north east corner of the neighbourhood. – Wikipedia
It’s coming back! Stony Plain Road’s very own film festival is returning after a decade-long absence. Stony Plain Road between 151st and 154th Street will see short films projected onto storefronts along with the added attraction of unique light projection shows, large-screen cinema, Throwies, fire pits, horse-drawn carriage rides, a light bike parade, street performers, food trucks, live music, and a Beverage Garden . This event is free, and everyone is welcome
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The City of Edmonton is going to change how it collects waste, organics and recyclables in our communities. Follow the link below for an online survey (opening October 1st) and consider attending one of the in-person sessions.
You’ve probably heard of and/or visited the Food4Good affordable fruit and veggie market at our community hall, but did you know that Food4Good is planning to bring a community food centre to Jasper Place? Do you know what a community food centre is? Find out more by attending a screening of Six Primrose – A Community Food Centre Documentary on November 2nd!
Party in the Park doesn’t happen without the volunteers who help with setup and tear downs, who pop popcorn, flip burgers and sell memberships. If you can spare an hour or two to help out while you enjoy the day, please click here to signup.
Epcor is proposing to build new transmission lines from their Poundmaker to Meadowlark substations.
Each of the segments in the map above is a potential route for the new above ground transmission lines. Segment A would follow the Anthony Henday Utility Corridor and the Whitemud Drive Corridor. Segments B through G would require building new lines in Glenwood, above ground, and between homes and the sound barrier along 170th street.
Any route selected by Epcor requires the approval of the Alberta Utilities Commission. Your property in Glenwood might be directly adjacent, or in close proximity to a potential route that could mean the construction of new transmission lines in Glenwood. If this is the case, you can make a submission to the utilities regulator.
Please contact the Glenwood Community League if you have questions about this notice – 780-489-7571 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The community league would appreciate hearing your thoughts so we can also write to the Utilities Commission reflecting the opinion of our residents.