The Oliver Community League has had a busy September and early October with events such as Community League Day, the Yards Fall Launch, the Tenants’ Rights Workshop as well as the Edmonton Centre Federal Election Forum.
Thanks for making Oliver one of the most active Community Leagues in Edmonton and make sure you vote on October 21st!
Sign up for the Halloween Map!
Halloween is a great chance to get to know your neighbours!
Sign up your building to hand out candy to kids on Halloween Day.
We will create a Google Map of all participating buildings in Oliver.
Email us your address at email@example.com and we'll make sure urban Trick-or-Treaters know where to go!
The OCL will be handing out candy, serving hot chocolate and signing up members for FREE at Kitchener Park (10230 114 St.).
Our local Edmonton Police Service officers will be there, come say hi!
Our next pub night is happening on Saturday, October 19
Pub nights are great to hang out with friends and meet neighbours!
The Oliver Community League (OCL) is hosting its next pub night on Saturday, October 19, at 7 p.m. at Teddy's Bar & Grill.
Bring a teddy bear or plush toy in support of the Zebra Child Protection Centre.
This highly engaged committee meets on the second Monday of the month to discuss developments in Oliver.
Grace Lutheran Church, 9907 114 Street
Social Advocacy: Nov. 7, 7 p.m.
The committee aims to improve the lives of disadvantaged community league members – ultimately benefiting all Oliver residents. Grace Lutheran Church, 9907 114 St.
Join us for EngAGE!
Thee OCL Social Advocacy Committee is partnering with students from MacEwan University's social work program to host EngAGE, an event aimed at improving how the Oliver Community League interacts with seniors living in Oliver.
Through a variety of activities involving seniors and representatives of senior-serving organizations, we'll discuss what seniors are looking for from their community league, identify solutions to address the gaps, and determine how the community league can better engage with seniors living in Oliver.
EngAGE will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 9 at Amber Café (10166 – 114 Street NW).
Did you know that the 2019 Municipal Census results are now available online? In Oliver, the total population is 18,180 with the majority of residents between the ages of 25-34. Find out more on the 2019 Municipal Census here.
Citizen Dashboard: City by the numbers
Have you browsed through Edmonton's Citizen Dashboard? You can find the latest data on a wide range of municipal services (potholes filled, bus arrival, rescued pets, etc.) and a timely look at how the City of Edmonton is building one of North America’s great capital cities.
City of Edmonton Programs and Activities
Fall is here and with it comes a huge variety of things to do for adults, children, seniors, families, community groups, and schools. Below is a list of activities the City of Edmonton has to offer: