Did you know that the Parkview Hall, the Board Room and the Skate Room are available for your parties, functions and meetings?

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With the benefit of membership you can join League programs (Karate, Preschool, Tot Time, Yarn Nite, Soccer)...

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Situated along the North Saskatchewan river valley, Parkview community is a quiet, well-treed residential area in west-central Edmonton...

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We have made some adjustments to our hall management and rental process this new year.
The community league volunteers thank you for your patience. In the meantime, if you have any questions or are waiting for a response, please send your email again to info@pvcl.ca



CASINO VOLUNTEERS - Come out and have fun!

Parkview Community League will be hosting a casino at the Starlight Casino which is in the West Edmonton Mall (formerly the Palace Casino).

Stay tuned for upcoming dates!

We need your help, as 50 volunteers in the following roles are required to make this event successful:

  • General Manager
  • Banker
  • Cashier
  • Chip Runner
  • Count Room

We are planning to use funds from this event towards revitalizing our outdoor space and rink!

This is a great opportunity to meet your neighbours and have a complimentary meal while raising about $75,000 for your community league. That’s $1,500 from each volunteer!

If you’re over 18 years old, please sign up here: (soon)

Thank you for supporting your community!



was on Tuesday, October 19th!

2021 PVCL Financial Report (not audited, yet)
Thank you to our special guests: Randy Boissonnault, MP and Sarah Hamilton, City Councilor
Welcome to our new board for 2021-2022: Jimmy, April, Lisa, Nicole, Ben, and Rhett!

Outdoor Revitalization Committee - Progress Report

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The project to revitalize the outdoor rink into a multi-use rink / beach volleyball court is in full swing. We continue to work closely with the City of Edmonton and are now at the Design stage. Our goal is to raise $700,000 from the community, businesses, and grants. Thank you to everyone who has supported this project so far with donations.

We continue to collect donations which will be recognized using a "Tree Board" theme.

Donations from Individuals, Couples or Families will be recognized as follows:

  • $1-$499: small leaf featured on a group Tree Board.
  • $500-$999: large leaf featured on a group Tree Board.
  • $1,000: a full tree featured on their own Tree Board (requires a Sponsorship Agreement).

(All of the above boards will be located on the exterior of the rink).

Corporate Sponsorship will be recognized as follows:

  • $5,000: a full rink board to display your logo & message and will be located on the interior of the rink (requires a Sponsorship Agreement).

For more details, concept drawings & Sponsorship Agreements: follow this link. 



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Worried if you use your name that you may be asked to volunteer? 


The Parkview Community League would like to hear from you.

We understand that sometimes it can be challenging to know how or where to reach out to.

If you would like a response, there is an optional question to provide your email address. 


This link submits your response directly to the Parkview Community League Board of directors, which is a group of volunteers from your neighbourhood.



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PVCL approved an Outdoor Revitalization Committee (ORC) in the fall of 2017. We have been working diligently since that time with our City of Edmonton representative to get this...

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Check out our new feature - a Parkview Volunteer will be profiled each month!

Thank-you for all that you do.

Check out their stories...

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What does your Community League do?

Members helped fund the playground and park space, they built and maintain the Hall, and annually flood and maintain the ice rinks. More infrastructure projects are in planning...

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