Laurel Community League Needs Assessment
Your voice matters. The neighbourhoods of Laurel, Laurel Crossing and Laurel Green are interested in forming a Community League and we need to hear from you! If there is sufficient interest in forming a Community League, a public meeting will be held to further explore this option.
Where is Laurel?
Laurel's catchment area is West of 17 street, East of 34 street, North of Anthony Henday and South of 23 avenue.
What is a Community League?
A Community League is a not-for-profit organization formed to meet the needs and interests of residents
within a defined geographic area. Community Leagues provide opportunities to meet neighbours, connect
residents to local services and events and make a positive impact in your community. They are formed by
and take direction from local residents.
What does a Community League provide and what are membership benefits?
The purpose of a Community League is to improve the quality of life of local residents through social, cultural,
recreational and educational programs and services. They also create awareness and give residents a
voice regarding land use, community projects, transportation and other matters impacting their neighbourhood.
Membership benefits could include:
> Eligibility to participate in local recreation, sport and preschool programs
> Discounts at City of Edmonton recreation facilities
> Partnership discounts with local businesses/services
> Free swim and skate times may also be available
Did you know that Laurel does not have its own league? Community Leagues surrounding your area are:
- The Meadows Community League
- Fulton Meadows Community League
Follow the Laurel Community League!
Please check all that apply
I have a current Community League membership
I have purchased a Community League membership in the past
I have never purchased a Community League membership
If you have a current membership, which Community League do you have a membership with?
What type of Community League services or programs do you currently use or would use if available?
Sport Programs (ie. Minor Soccer, Minor Baseball)
Health and Wellness Programs (ie. Yoga, Fitness Program, Nutrition Course)
Social Programs (ie. Cooking, Crafts, Games Night)
Child and Youth Programs (ie. Youth Drop-In, Preschool)
Art Programs (ie. Visual Art, Singing, Dancing)
Community League Events (ie. Hall or Block Party)
Community League Wellness Programs (ie. Recreation Center discount)
Educational/Information Programs (ie. Volunteer training, Bike Safety, resume writing)
Big Bin Events
Do you prefer drop in or registered programs?
Drop In (e.g. can access regularly without commitment/registration e.g. Wed youth night runs Sept-June
Registered (e.g. Weekend Volunteer Training Session or 10 week preschool program)
Unsure or depends on program type
How important is it to you that a League is formed in Laurel
Not At All
If Laurel formed a Community League would you purchase an annual membership? Membership is voluntary (usually for a fee of $25-$50/year per household) ?
The success and sustainability of a Community League is dependent upon committed and actively involved residents. If a league were to form in your neighbourhood would you be open to volunteering?
Yes I would love to get involved as a board executive/director (e.g. President, Communications, Director-At-Large)
Yes, I would be interested in long term or short term committee work (e.g. Playground Committee, Block Party Planner)
Yes occasionally (e.g. run booth at special event, participate in fundraising, short-term special interest committee)
Not able or interested to be involved
Would you like to be informed of survey results and notified of future discussions?
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