This year your Duggan Community League Board, will be hosting the Annual General Meeting on Monday October 4, 2021 at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at Duggan Community Hall (Centre) 3728 106 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta.
This is your opportunity to learn about what your Community League Board does, and how the governance structure works for Edmonton Community Leagues. This year, as per the earlier message, we will be reviewing the proposed bylaws. The original bylaws were published in 1971, so this is an opportunity for the community to adapt how the Duggan Community League serves its residents.
We were recently affected – some more directly than others – by a tragic and random event in our neighbourhood. We sympathize with the community. We ask that everyone provide support and space to those who were involved or affected.
What happened does not reflect our community and neighbourhood. Duggan and Rideau Park have been known for active membership, inclusivity, diversity and resilience. What defines us and the broader community in Edmonton is bigger than these unforeseen circumstances.
Now that we’ve endured this difficult experience, let’s take the opportunity to strengthen our connections. We’ve already progressed through the challenges of the pandemic by cleaning up our neighbourhood in the spring, hosting soccer programs and gathering at our ice rinks. Let’s take this time as a moment to reflect on how we can move forward and re-engage with one another.
DCLComments Off on Duggan 50th Anniversary Birthday Party
2021 is the 50th anniversary for Duggan Community League. The Community was established in 1971! We want to celebrate this outstanding golden milestone with our Duggan & Rideau neighbours. We want to see you at Duggan Park Saturday September 18 from 3pm-7pm. See poster below for details! We are also looking for volunteers, so head on over to the Google Form to find out what you can assist with and sign up!
DCLComments Off on EPCOR Rebate! NOW IS THE TIME TO PROTECT YOUR HOME FROM FLOODING!
Weather in Edmonton is unpredictable and summer storms can creep up on us very quickly. If you live in a neighbourhood that has experienced flooding or you have had your basement back up, then you know how quickly it can happen.
One way to protect your home from a sewer back up is to have a backwater valve installed. This valve is installed on the private sewer pipe and can be done from inside or outside of your home. The valve is designed to close if water moves back up the sewer pipe from the public sewer line preventing the water from entering your basement. It’s a small investment that can make a big impact in your home. Homes built in Edmonton before 1989 may not have a backwater valve on their private sewer line. At the time, it was not required by the building code to put one in. However, EPCOR has a subsidy program for homeowners who want to install a backwater valve and protect their basement.
The program offers $800 to Edmonton homeowners and there are three things you need to do in order to access the subsidy.
Call the EPCOR Flood Prevention Team at 780-944-7777 to arrange for a backwater valve pre-approval consultation. After the consultation, the advisor will let you know if you are approved for the program. If you are, the installation of the backwater valve can proceed.
Contact a professional plumber to arrange for the installation of the backwater valve.
Submit the backwater valve subsidy application to EPCOR within six months of the consultation. You will be required to show proof of the installation and payment for the backwater valve. We will also require a copy/photo of the City of Edmonton Acceptable green sticker that includes the permit number for the installation.
Take action today to protect your basement and belongings. Call us at 780-944-7777 to book an appointment. You can access more information about the backwater valve subsidy on our website at epcor.com/floodprevention.
DCLComments Off on Duggan & Rideau Park Green Shack 2021
The Green Shack is back! Come to the Duggan Park playground weekdays from July 5-August 27, 10:30am to 1:30pm for crafts, activities, and games. Get to know your community, get active and make new friends this summer! Local and convenient participation, brought to you by City of Edmonton and Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues.
DCLComments Off on Capital City Clean Up Duggan & Rideau Park
Mark your calendars for Saturday May 1, 2021. Time for spring clean up in Duggan and Rideau Park. Lets keep our neighbourhood tidy and safe! Duggan Park, Rideau Park and Charles Anderson Park. Meet at Duggan Community League Hall 3728 – 106 Street NW for 10 am, and then participants will be organized into 3 groups, 1 for each park. Consumables, PPE and grabbers will be provided by Capital City Clean Up (City of Edmonton). This is an informal community gathering; however, please be advised that we will need to follow Covid-19 health guidelines for outdoor gatherings. We expect to be completed by noon (12 pm). For those who stay until noon, we will have a treat to reward you for your participation. Thanks, and we are looking forward to seeing our Duggan & Rideau Park neighbours make an impact in Our Edmonton. More details to come on our Facebook page.
Step 2 – Deliver your required documents, fee/deposit cheques (or proof of funding application, if applicable) to the office of the Southwest Edmonton Minor Soccer Association (SWEMSA) at #211, 11 Fairway Drive. Mail slot is open from 8:30am – 6:00pm.
The deadline for ‘on-time’ registration is April 15. After that date, registration is on a ‘wait list’ basis, and team placement will be based on availability.
We are looking to fill a position on the Duggan / Rideau Park Community League Board:
– Membership Director – Responsibilities include: Manages annual recruitment drive, prepares the membership list and updates records, recruits and supervises volunteer canvassers, recommends fee structure and strategies to increase membership, etc.
If you’re interested in either of those positions please email VP1@mydcl.ca
DCLComments Off on No Community League Swimming Currently
To all Duggan and Rideau Park community league members:
Unfortunately, there is currently NO community league swimming at the YMCA or Confederation pool, as these pools are not open. These are the only pools that members may swim at once they have re-opened. Please do not register for community league swim times at other pools (like Bonnie Doon).
DCLComments Off on COVID-19: Duggan Community Hall will be closed
Effective immediately, the Duggan Community Hall will be closed, indefinitely, because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Premier and the MOH announced today that some of the new cases are due to spread within the community, so measures are being put in place to limit large gatherings of people. We feel that it is responsible at this time to close the Hall.
Anyone who has a rental scheduled in the near future will be contacted.
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