UPDATE – 99 Avenue Sanitary Trunk Rehabilitation Project

Good morning, I hope you are doing well. Just an update for you on the 99 Avenue Sanitary Trunk Rehabilitation Project. As you know, tunneling between Worksite #1 – 148 Street and Summit Drive and Worksite #2 – 101 Avenue and Ravine Drive was completed in November 2021.

Preparations to begin the second tunneling drive from Worksite #1 to Worksite #3 – 148 Street and 99 Avenue are currently underway. Tunneling from Worksite #1 to Worksite #3 is anticipated to begin the week of March 21, 2022 and is expected to be completed by the end of September 2022. Please note, these timelines are an estimate and may change based on weather, progress and construction conditions.

Once tunneling is complete, construction to convert the shaft at Worksite #1 into a manhole and connect the manhole to the new tunnel will begin. The manhole will provide access for future maintenance of the tunnel.

During tunneling, the hours of construction for Worksite #1 will be 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Attached is a construction notice about the upcoming tunneling from Worksite #1 to Worksite #3 for your information. Hard copies will be delivered to residents adjacent to the work area. We would like to request your assistance with sharing this information on our behalf.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.  Thank you, Dawn

EPCOR Drainage Services  Tel 780.509.8080

Treasurer position for two boards needed

We are looking for a new treasurer! If you’d like to help out the community and join our fun boards, here is the job descriptions:

Crestwood Community League board Treasurer

Manage all financial aspects of CCL operations, including making bank deposits and paying vendor accounts, and providing a current budget for board approval;

– With the assistance of CCL’s (external) bookkeeper, provide monthly financial updates at board meetings and present year end financial statements at the annual general meeting of CCL in April/May for board approval;

– File or assist with the filing of various grant applications, returns and reports to government entities. These grant applications, returns and reports include the annual City of Edmonton community league operating grant application in May;

-File the annual not-for-profit society return sent to the Province in late summer;

-File the annual report of use of casino funds to AGLC.

 Crestwood Community League Building Society board Treasurer

– and the charitable information return for the CCL Building Society to Canada Revenue Agency before the end of September.

CCL’s bookkeeper and various other board members assist with all these filings.

The approximate time commitment, in my experience, averages 3-4 hours/month (not including board meetings)

If you’re interested, please email or for more info. The current treasurer is happy to answer any questions and will assist the new treasurer in taking over the roles.

99 Avenue Sanitary Trunk Rehabilitation Project


check out the art work on your next walk. next stage of work upcoming.

Urban Coyote Project

Please Note- Spring is coyote breeding season  and you should keep your dogs and cats indoors or supervised on leash when outside especially within 2-3 blocks of a ravine or river valley.

Sculpt & Tone Barre 

to  register

March10 10 weeks


Mackinnon Ravine Pedestrian Bridge demolition notice

Notice of Demolition for Mid February.B165 Ped Bridge Demo Construction Notice

Report a Crime on line

99 Avenue Sanitary Trunk Rehabilitation Project update

A second survey to confirm the elevation of the existing trunk line along 99 Avenue at 148 Street is anticipated to begin in early February 2022 and is expected to be completed within three days, weather permitting.

A survey crew will enter the tunnel from the manhole at Worksite #6 located at 99 Avenue and 150 Street. To ensure crew safety, the survey is required to occur during low-flow times, which may require early morning or overnight work.- you will hear the noise.

Residents can expect limited traffic impacts during the survey; however, there will be work vehicles in the areas adjacent to the manholes, along with traffic control equipment.

We would like to request your assistance with sharing this information on our behalf. Hard copies will be delivered to residents adjacent to the access manhole location.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you, Dawn

EPCOR Drainage Services

Tel 780.509.8080



I hope you all are enjoying the wonderful ‘spring like’ weather☀

Edm Food Bank has confirmed…

Candy Cane Lane 2021 raised:

$11,415 and 11,859kg of food!!!!!

None of this would be possible without the ongoing efforts from…

  • all of our volunteers (that’s you! 🤗 )
  • the amazing residents of the lane who decorate each year🎄
  • the surrounding community for their patience and support💕
  • The City of Edmonton and Wintercity❄
  • All the community businesses for their continued support💓

It is with the support from all of you that we can continue to help families in and around Edmonton (via the Food Bank), while keeping the tradition of Candy Cane Lane going for everyone to enjoy!

See you next year!   Kelly & Gino

Edmonton Sport Council- RECREATION

Would you be willing to put a link to the Edmonton Sport Council on your Community League website?

The Sport Council is funded primarily by a grant from the City of Edmonton to support sport, active recreation and active living for all Edmontonians. We maintain two online databases that are free to access through our website []:

– a database of sport and active recreation organizations []

– a database of sport and recreation facilities []