Highlands Community League and the Highlands Facility Renewal Committee are proud to present our next event: a curling FUNspiel to throw some rocks, eat some haggis and raise some funds for Highlands Hall Renewal. No curling experience necessary! What you need to know: January 25, 2020. Registration starts at 2:30pm and formal events go til […]
The Wine Survivor Competition to raise money for a new Highlands hall is doing well. More than $4,000 in tickets have been sold or are in the hands of people who pledged to sell them. Still, there is much work to be done to meet the 520-ticket target by the June 20 deadline. Marilyn Wood, […]
Highlands Wine Survivor Event 2019 Do you love wine and competition? Wine Survivor is perfect for you! Proceeds to the Highlands Facility Renewal Fund of Highlands Community League HOW IT WORKS: Pay a cash fee of $35.00; $22.00 will be applied as the entry fee and the remaining $13.00 will be used to purchase a […]
September was a very busy and exciting month for the Highlands Facility Renewal Committee (HFRC). We were thrilled to learn we were successful in our two CLIP grant applications submitted earlier this spring to the City of Edmonton. The combined $425,000 award is an important contribution to the foundation of Highlands Community League’s project funding […]
Throughout May, members of the Highlands Facilities Renewal Committee and supporters hand-delivered flyers to area residents.
The flyer served to update neighbours on the status of the proposed new community centre, answer some frequently asked questions, and encourage residents to attend HCL’s upcoming AGM on May 29 for more information on the HCL board and various revitalization projects underway in the community.
You can view the flyer and the project update presented at the AGM below.
On February 20, HCL hosted it’s second open house and welcomed feedback on conceptual designs for its proposed new community centre and revitalized site plans. Dub Architects presented drawings and facilitated a Q&A session with residents.
More than 70 people attended the event and participated by sharing comments on note cards and sticky notes. The presentation boards shown at the event were then posted in the form of an on-line survey on HCL’s website from Feb 20-27. Site visitors were invited to participate in the survey and contribute feedback. In total, 89 responses were collected.
The following concept drawings were presented Feb. 20. Verbatim comments collected at the open house and through the on-line survey were reviewed by members of the Highlands Facilities Renewal Committee (HFRC) and compiled into a feedback summary that identified themes, suggestions and concerns. Community reaction was generally positive and enthusiastic to the building plan and reconfigured grounds.
The feedback summary was presented at HCL’s Annual General Meeting, May 29, 2018.
We invite you to review the feedback summary and corresponding verbatim comments collected in response to the drawings.
HFRC thanks residents for participating in the process to date. This input serves as valuable feedback to HCL as it proceeds with refining the drawings over the coming months. There will be more opportunities for the public to participate at that time.
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Couldn’t make it to the Open House (Round 2) on February 20? We still want your feedback! The Round 2 Survey is open until February 27. There will also be more opportunities to offer feedback- follow our social media channels for the most up to date info. The building committee can use your enthusiasm: help […]
We want your feedback on these potential site options. Take a few minutes to review the information and images (above in the slider) shared at the Open House, and complete a brief survey on the future of the Highlands Community League Hall. We encourage you to reflect how the elements of the site relate to each […]
The Highlands Community League is thrilled to announce a giant step forward in the community’s parkland revitalization project. The board recently hired an architect—Dub Architects Ltd.—to design this project. We hope to open the doors to a new facility in time for the community league’s centennial celebration in 2021. Dub is excited to work with […]
Highlands Community League ~ New Community Centre Project Proposal Presented by Susan Petrina Chair, Highlands Facilities Renewal Committee HCL AGM — UPDATE TO THE COMMUNITY JUNE 2017 WHO The Highlands Facilities Renewal Committee (HFRC) was formed in Nov. 2013 by the Highlands Community League (HCL) Board of Directors to investigate, make recommendations and provide […]