Summer Spree Art Camps

99 Avenue Sanitary Trunk Rehabilitation Project – Environmental Assessment

Message from a Senior Advisor, Communications with the Drainage Services team at EPCOR:

The 99 Avenue sanitary sewer conveys wastewater from a large part of west Edmonton to the Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant. The sewer is approximately 30m deep and requires rehabilitation between 142 Street and 151 Street.

Before the rehabilitation of the 99 Avenue trunk sewer can begin, a bypass sewer needs to be constructed using a tunneling method to divert wastewater from the existing sewer to allow for the rehabilitation in a safe environment. The alignment of the bypass sewer will be along 99 Avenue, north on 148 Street and east on 101 Avenue.

Construction of the bypass sewer is expected to begin within the next 2 years.

Attached is a notice for additional borehole drilling as part of an environmental assessment that is required to complete the detailed design for the project.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Dawn at:
EPCOR Drainage Services

10423 – 101 Street NW

Tel 780.509.8080


Join Our Social Committee

Do you like planning events and getting involved with your community? Crestwood’s Social Committee is looking to recruit new members. The Committee plans a few events a year that are always a lot of fun! If this is something you might enjoy, contact

Community League Walking Program: Leadership Training

The Active Recreation Officer at EFCL is looking for 1-2 Senior volunteers, or in the demographic of 50+, who would be interested in taking Urban Poling Training for June 15 at no cost.
The Urban Poling Leadership Training is facilitated by a qualified Urban Poling instructor and myself, to equip community league members with the knowledge and skills necessary to lead the program in their local communities, and teach community volunteers how to use the Urban Poles. It is free and we provide all the resources, guides and manuals to start up a successful walking program. Crestwood Community League would also get 3 sets of free Urban Poling poles for their league program. Participating in the training encourages seniors to play an important role in their communities by participating in, and leading community activities. Lunch and refreshments provided.
Another session will be held on September 14. More information regarding the training and to Register is found at
To learn more about the Community League Walking Program and to sign-up for this training, visit EFCL Walking Program Page at–projects/league-walking-program/.

Big Bin Event -May 25th from 10am to 7pm

If you would like to help us with the joint Laurier/Crestwood Big Bin Event please sign up below.

Crestwood Pop-Up Play

Crestwood Skating Club

Dear Crestwood Families,
School is out in 7 weeks! We are all geared up for our August Summer Hockey Camps and Learn to Skate Programs. Has your child mastered level 3 in our Basic Skating Class and interested in trying something NEW? We are offering an Introduction to FIGURE SKATING Camp this August alongside our other programming.
Check out all Crestwood has to offer this August: We hope to see you there!
Crestwood Skating Club
*Fall/Winter Program registration updates coming soon…

Screening of Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age

Lynnwood Community League are hosting a screening of “Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age” at the Lynnwood Elementary School on Tuesday June 4th, 6:30pm – 8:00pm. This film is suitable for anyone 10 years and older.
Screenagers is “an award winning film that probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and depicts messy struggles over social media, video games, and academics. The film offers solutions on how we can help our kids navigate the digital world. Through poignant, and unexpectedly funny stories, along with surprising insights from authors, psychologists, and brain scientists, Screenagers reveals how tech time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and find balance”.
We are selling tickets are $7.50 + fees, should any monies be raised after paying the licensing fee it will go towards our future playground upgrades.

HIKE for Pilgrims Hospice

The HIKE takes place on Sunday May 5. It starts at Pilgrims and walks through the McKinnon Ravine.




We are calling a Special General Meeting for Thursday, May 9 at 7pm.
We will be adding a few Director Positions, updating the name of some existing positions, and updating the language to gender neutral wording in our bylaws (as well as a few other updates).