Permanent Community Skating Rink Survey
The Board of Heritage Point Community League is looking to collect further, and more specific, input from Rutherford and MacEwan residents about potentially pursuing the construction of a permanent outdoor community skating rink ("permanent rink").

This survey should take less than 5 minutes. Thank you for providing your feedback as we work to improve the Heritage Point Community!

Any questions or concerns regarding this survey can be directed to secretary@heritagepointcl.ca

Background Information
Community Leagues are volunteer driven, non-profit organizations led by individuals who come together to plan events, run programs, and build amenities to facilitate neighbourhood engagement and enhance the quality of life for residents.

In 2018, the Board of Heritage Point Community League undertook a formal survey to collect feedback from residents about programs, events and amenities in order to identify areas of priority. In addition to informal feedback received, the results of the 2018 survey indicated strong support for the development of a permanent rink in our community. Survey results can be viewed at: https://www.heritagepointcl.ca/surveys/.

There are currently 115 outdoor ice amenities operated by community leagues in Edmonton. At this time, there is no permanent rink in Heritage Point. Please click here for more information from an Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues infographic on community league operated rinks: http://bit.ly/2VDsULe.

A permanent rink can be a value-added addition to the community as it provides a central location in which residents can gather to develop new skills, have fun, and make connections with neighbours. Amenities such as rinks and halls are usually built through the efforts of volunteers with oversight and leadership from the community league board or a committee of the board. Large scale projects like these usually require an average of 3 to 5 years to complete and a dedicated group of at least 5 to 10 people to see the project through from start to finish.

The purpose of this survey to confirm the permanent rink as Heritage Point Community's top priority for use of league resources and, if so, to seek out volunteers for the committee who will be responsible for undertaking this planning and construction project.

Current Status
There are currently no approved plans for construction of a permanent rink in Heritage Point, but if such a plan were developed, the location is already determined. Please see the map below indicating the land set aside for development of amenities (such as a rink or hall) within our league's boundaries as allocated by the City of Edmonton.
League Licensed Area Map
Permanent Community Skating Rink Survey
The following questions will help guide and determine if:
1) Community League residents would like a permanent rink to be constructed
2) What amenities would be included with the permanent rink
3) There are interested individuals who will join a committee to develop the permanent rink

Please complete the following sections:
- Demographic Information
- Big Picture Questions
- Specifics
- Additional Comments
- Supporting the Project
- Staying up-to-date

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