Pre-construction Public Information Session Aspen Gardens, Royal Gardens and Greenfield Sewer Update Project Tuesday, July 7, 2015 7:00 - 9:00 PM Westbrook Elementary School Gym 11915 - 40 Ave Greenfield Tennis Club is Open for the Season! This year the club offers enhanced programming and lessons. Visit the Tennis Club page for full information, membership and lesson registration forms. Greenfield Community Swim Update Confederation Pool now open again!
Update from Councilor Walters Read the latest news from Michael Walters here.
Caesars and West End Bingo Dates Updated for 2015-2016 Check out the Bingo Page for further details.
2014 GCL Spirit Memorial Scholarship Winners We would like to congratulate Jamie Hicks and Zoe Ogg for being awarded this year's GCL Memorial Scholarship.
Volunteers Needed GCL is seeking volunteers to help the Greenfield Community League in making Greenfield one of Edmonton's best places to live. We are currently looking for:
Bingo Coordinators Casino Coordinators
For more information please checkout the Get Involved section, or click here.
Greenfield Community League acts on behalf of our members and offers programs and services to reflect the community's needs, interests, and diversity. GCL brings neighbours together to:
provide recreational and social programs
develop and maintain amenities such as Greenfield community hall, hockey and skating rinks, playground and spray park, the tennis courts, and the tennis and skate shack
"A strong and effective community league is essential in order to retain its vitality. Local leagues in cooperation with the EFCL are powerful voices to speak on behalf of communities and their needs. This has been demonstrated many times since Greenfield was established." ~comment from GCL's community survey
About Community Leagues
Greenfield Community League is part of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL); a volunteer movement that has helped shape our city for over 100 years.
The first community leagues began as a grass roots movement to lobby the city for neighbourhood improvements such as extension of roads and utilities. Over time, the leagues’ mandate has expanded to providing recreational programming and community facilities.
EFCL is now the largest registered not-for-profit organization in North America.