Welcome to Heritage Point Community League!

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Heritage Point Community League (HPCL) is the volunteer-run, non-profit society representing residents of Rutherford and MacEwan on matters relating to the City of Edmonton in the areas of recreation, transportation and neighbourhood safety, and permits/bylaws/zoning. We offer programs and events to bring residents together to promote community awareness and engagement.

HPCL has played a major role in the building of the playgrounds in three parks in our league boundaries: Alexander Rutherford, MacEwan, and Monsignor Fee Otterson. We also maintain three changeable park signs and operate the largest, single-community outdoor soccer program in the City of Edmonton.

As of July 2018, residents of Desrochers, Graydon Hill, Hays Ridge, Paisley, and Heritage Valley Town Centre are no longer in the geographical boundaries of Heritage Point Community, but residents of these neighbourhoods can purchase an affiliate (aka associate) membership and still receive full benefits (access to programs, free swimming and skating, participation in events) with the exception of voting rights and ability to serve as a Director on the Board of HPCL.

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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 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 must present their HPCL membership card. 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

Skating

HPCL has introduced indoor ice time for members! Members also have access to any community league operated outdoor rink in the city.

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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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Latest News

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2021 Community Art Contest

Hey everyone. Are you excited? You should be. We're holding...

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Update For Outdoor Soccer Registration

  As of 11 March, we have an update for information on...

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HPCL Annual General Meeting – January 19, 2021

AGM details: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 7 - 8 PM Online using...

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30mar(mar 30)5:47 am03apr(apr 3)11:59 pm2021 COMMUNITY ART CONTEST

31mar(mar 31)2:45 am05apr(apr 5)11:59 pmHeritage Point Community League is having its 2021 iteration of its Community Art Contest Up To April 5! See the link below for more details.

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We've received many submissions across various age groups for our recent art contest, but we still need to pick a People's Choice Award winner. Vote for your favourite masterpiece (out of the following pictures) via "likes" and the artwork with the most likes will be crowned the winner! Deadline for voting is Monday at 4pm local time. ... See MoreSee Less
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The results of our Spring Art contest are in!Congratulations to the following young artists:0-5 age group: 1st - Katelyn 6-10 age group: 1st - Emily, 2nd - Madison, 3rd - Julia11-14 age group: 1st - Brady15-18 age group: 1st - EthneYou'll be receiving your Amazon gift card prizes via email very soon.We still have our People's Choice Award left so stay tuned to vote for your favourite artwork! ... See MoreSee Less
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