Welcome to Heritage Point Community League!

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Heritage Point Community League (HPCL) covers an area with a rapidly expanding population. Our boundaries are James Mowatt Trail on the East, Anthony Henday Drive on the North, and Whitemud Creek on the West. Communities currently included are MacEwan, Rutherford, Des Rochers, Chapelle Gardens, Paisley and Creekwood Chapelle.

Within our boundaries are many thriving businesses, churches, and two schools: a Catholic K to 9 school (Monsignor Fee Otterson), a public K to 9 school (Johnny Bright). Some members of HPCL are zoned to attend the Roberta MacAdams public K to 6 school in nearby Blackmud Creek.

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Browse

Our website provides information on the many services, events and resources we offer. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

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Get connected!

Residents of Heritage Point are encouraged to sign up for HPCL’s e-newsletter and like us on Facebook.

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Join the fun!

Purchase a membership today and start accessing your membership advantages!

We offer a variety of programs and benifits!

Programs

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Community Swim

HPCL Members may swim free of charge at the William Lutsky YMCA (every Saturday between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm) and at the Terwillegar Recreation Centre (Sundays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm). Members / Families must present their HPCL membership card to obtain access to this benefit. Space is limited so please arrive early.

Community Soocer

Heritage Point Community League offers indoor and outdoor soccer for ages 4 to 19. Join a team and hone your skills! Become a coach and take advantage of coach development and training courses.

Soccer Information

Community League Day

We are excited to be celebrating 10 years as a league! Join us September 15th for our annual Community League festivities. Lots of fun for the whole family! Stay tuned for more details.

Discover more!

The Heritage Point Community League offers many more programs for you and your family. Discover more programs and benefits now!

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It's been hot out there and the trees agree! The City of Edmonton has a tree watering program which runs from May to October. Boulevard and park trees are watered by a crew of contracted truck drivers, who are trained in a deep-root watering technique, which slowly delivers water to the root system.

City Operations has responded to altered weather patterns and decreased precipitation over the past ten years by reallocating resources to maintain and monitor City trees and ensure proper maintenance. During periods of high heat, water trucks are instructed to water priority trees, which include younger trees planted within the past three years. Unlike mature trees which have a developed root system, younger trees have less root surface area to draw water from the soil. There are over 320,000 inventories trees in the City of Edmonton.

If you are concerned about the tree(s) in front of your property, you can help take care of them by watering throughout the summer months. Tips for watering your trees: www.edmonton.ca/residential_neighbourhoods/gardens_lawns_trees/tree-watering-tips.aspx
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