Neighbourhood Leagues & Block Party

Welcome to the Edson community Neighbourhood Leagues official page. We're excited that you've decided to neighbour!

Important links to check out:

Neighbourhood Leagues Map
*Shows the locations and boundaries of all Neighbourhood Leagues
** If you are unsure in which neighbourhood you reside, call 780-723-4403


Descriptions/boundaries of the Edson Neighbourhoods:

Includes all households north of 13th avenue along 63rd Street (north of Airport), up to HWY 748.

Includes all households within Poplar Place Trailer Court off of 13th Avenue.

Includes households east of 63rd Street (north of Airport), north of Creekside, south of 13th Avenue up to and including 61st Street. (neighbourhood cut off at trail behind 61st Street)

Includes households east of 61st Street, north of Sunset Trailer Court, south of 13th Avenue and west of 56th Street.

Includes households within Creekside Trailer Court.

Includes households within Sunset Trailer Court.

Includes households north of HWY 16, south of Glenaire road, east of 75th Street and up to and including 63rd Street (south of Airport). Includes residents living west of town up to Rodeo Road.

Includes households within Cedar Trailer Court.

Includes households north of 4th Avenue, east of 55th/56th Street, south of 13th Avenue, and west of 51st Street. Includes all households along the highway corridor easy of 55th Street and west of 51st Street. Includes all households south of the tracks at 54th Street.

Includes households in Wilshire. Includes households south of trail, north of 15th Avenue, up to and including Edson Drive (until it meets 15th Avenue).

Includes households south of 15th Avenue, east of 56th trail (Tags), north of 13th Avenue and west of Edson Drive.

Includes households east and south of Edson Drive, north of 12th Avenue, west of 48th Street.

Includes households south of 12th Avenue, east of 51st Street, north of 4th Avenue and west of 46th Street. Includes all households along the highway corridor easy of 51st Street and west of 46th Street.

Includes households south of trails (Parkland/Pinegrove), east of 46th Street, north of 4th Avenue and up to and including 42nd Street. Includes all households along the highway corridor east of 46th Street and up to and including 42nd Street.

Includes households south of Hillendale trail, east of 42nd Street, north of Lion’s Campground and west of 41st Street (Hospital Road). Includes households located down the Golf Course Road.

Includes households within Hillendale boundary, south of HWY 748, north of Hillendale trail.

Information for Neighbourhood League Champions

Neighbourhood League Facebook groups can consist of more than one neighbourhood as long as it makes geographical sense for that area. For example, Westgrove and Westhaven have a shared neighbourhood group, while Hillendale has their own.

If you are interested in becoming a Neighbourhood League Champion, here is an idea of what your role means:

Neighbourhoods that are not claimed or where no Neighbourhood League Champion has come forward, a group will be created by our team and we will invite neighbours! Once the group gets rolling we will request that a neighbour takes on the role of the group moderator and let it go from there. 

Our hope is that community members take this opportunity to build a safer and more connected community through the use of Neighbourhood Leagues.


We are living in unprecedented times and the need for neighbourhood connections is more important now than ever! In times of crisis neighbours are often our first responders and can offer to help with grocery runs, picking up medications, a friendly chat or even help us access more formal resources like medical or mental health support.

We need more neighbouring! There are several benefits of neighbouring. A few of the key benefits:

Health and Wellness: More and better relationships improve health.  The neighbouring relationship is often overlooked as a unique and potent source of personal well-being.

Mental Health: Having access to consistent opportunities to build meaningful relationships opens the door for a troubled neighbour to connect with a supportive neighbour and benefit from human connection.

Poverty Reduction: People in poverty need often complex services, many of which can be provided through kindness and generosity of neighbours. When people know their neighbours, they are more likely to share resources (yard equipment, car shares, babysitting, employment advice). In addition, neighbours are well positioned to be a "broker" or to connect neighbours in need of necessary services.

If you're interested in learning more, check out our list of benefits HERE. This list is not exhaustive. There are many more benefits of neighbouring!

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The Block Party is a Community Development initiative, connecting neighbourhoods, a partnership between the Town of Edson Community Services and FCSS, A Healthier Edson (Alberta Health Services), Victim Services, the RCMP and Citizens on Patrol.