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Edmonton Community Services

The City of Edmonton

Office of the City Clerk

Asset Management and Public Works

Planning & Development

Transportation and Streets

City of Edmonton Indigenous Relations 


Mill Woods Family Resource Centre

Edmonton Catholic School Board

Edmonton Community Foundation - Connects you to the resources you need. With our help, donors are able to make the best decision for their funds. Students can find the grants that help them succeed. Charities are able to fund their latest projects. We build relationships that strengthen the Edmonton community — because connecting people is what we do best.

Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues - An umbrella group supporting the City of Edmonton’s Community Leagues since 1921.

Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch - Geared toward creating safer communities through crime prevention programs and education. It is crime prevention FOR the community BY the community.

Edmonton Police Commission - A non-political body appointed to represent the citizens of Edmonton. While the Commission is appointed by and accountable to City Council, we remain an unbiased body whose primary commitment is ensuring Edmonton remain a safe and vibrant city.

Edmonton Police Service (EPS) - As a modern police service committed to increasing community safety, EPS balances traditional enforcement with social needs by establishing strong community partnerships, leveraging data-driven evidence and cultivating an innovative workforce reflective of the city it serves. 

Edmonton Public School Board

Edmonton Sport Council - A non-profit society serving and representing the sport, active recreation and active living community.

Scouts Canada - The country’s leading co-ed youth organization, offering programming for children and youth aged 5-26.  Through a variety of fun experiences, outdoor adventures and contributions to their community, Scouts builds resilience and skills that set them up for life.   


Girl Guides - Providing girls age 5-17 with the opportunity to try new experiences, challenge themselves and build their confidence, all within a safe environment. Our volunteers help deliver a unique program that encourages girls to build life skills in outdoor adventure, financial literacy, mental health, advocacy and more. 


Mill Woods Living History - To most Edmontonians Mill Woods is considered a new suburb. Yet, the Mill Woods concept is now 45 years old and the community – if it were a city – would be the third largest in Alberta. Mill Woods is unique.

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