About the Terwillegar Community League

The Terwillegar Community League represents Edmontonians living south of 23 Avenue to Anthony Henday Drive, and east from Terwillegar Drive to the Blackmud Creek.

Our Mission

To encourage a safe, friendly and active neighbourhood by providing programs and services that promote family and community, and acting as an advocate by representing the needs and interests of the community’s members.

Within Our Scope

To encourage a Safe neighbourhood ...

To encourage a Friendly neighbourhood ...

To encourage an Active neighbourhood ...

Acting as an advocate ...

  • Assessing Needs
  • Partnering in New Initiatives
  • Communicating with LocalGoverning Bodies

Outside Our Scope

  • zoning
  • snow removal
  • noise concerns (parties, barking dogs, etc.)
  • traffic violations

If you have any questions about something not noted above, please contact us or contact the City of Edmonton by dialing 311 or online for more information or to register your concerns.


Click to read the Terwillegar Community League Bylaws (April 18, 2004)


Residents' Association or Community League?

There are two different types of groups operating in our neighbourhood, with two distinctly separate purposes:

  • Residents’ Association: Responsible for the maintenance of specific plots of designated land. It is also responsible for the regulation of neighbourhood architecture, including mailboxes, plants, fence color and more. Annual fees are required and residents are contacted directly if payment has been missed. Local residents' assocations include Terwillegar Gardens Homeowners Asssocation, Terwillegar Towne Homeowners Association, Magrath Heights Homeowners Association, and The Uplands of Mactaggart.
  • Community League: Responsible for the personality factor and all the extras. This includes all of those fun events you get to attend, this website, the Terwillegar Tribune, neighbourhood watch, and more. Membership fees are optional, but comes with benefits (beyond simply helping to support our community events, playgrounds and more).

Fees for the two groups are completely separate, and thus fees for one organization do not cover fees required for the other. Please ensure your fees are up-to-date.