McQueen
Community League

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Welcome to McQueen Community, Edmonton's smallest community, located in West Edmonton. 

It is named for the Rev. David George McQueen, who served 43 years as minister at Edmonton's First Presbyterian Church from 1887 to 1930.

Love McQueen!

McQueen would like to thank Jacquelyn Vandenborn for stepping up to be our social director/co-ordinator!

Upcoming events:

Friday, Sep 19 at 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Thursday, Sep 25 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Friday, Sep 26 at 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Sunday, Sep 28 at 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
 

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Slow down - Children Crossing!

As of September 2, school zones will come into effect around elementary 

schools throughout Edmonton. As such, motorists will be required by law to slow 
down to 30 km/h between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (08:00 – 16:30) on school days 
where school zone signs are posted.

>> Why 30? FAQ

 

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25 Tips for Making Your Neighbourhood Better


The neighbourhood is the basic building block of human civilization, whether in a big city, small town or suburban community. It’s also the place where you can have the most influence in making a better world. Learn 25 ways for making your neighbourhood a better place.

>> Click Here to Learn More

Check out photos from past
 Community events 
here! 

 

September 25 - Free admission night at the Art Gallery of Alberta

Free Admission Day


The City of Edmonton offers a full day of fun with free admission to City attractions and select recreation centres.


>> For more information

Stop crime in McQueen: update

We had a well-attended and informative evening on how to stop crime in McQueen. Here are some of the main items discussed:


  • Neighbours and community are the best defence against crime! Look out for one another. If you see anything suspicious, do not hesitate to call it in! 9-1-1 if you require immediate assistance, 780-423-4567 or #377 for non-immediate assistance.
  • Although our crime statistics (below) show that crime is down in the community, it could be that many crimes go without being reported. Police presence is directly related to crimes reported so it of utmost importance to REPORT EVERY CRIME, NO MATTER HOW SMALL. 
  • Record serial numbers of anything valuable that you'd like returned if it happens to be stolen. Etch phone numbers in your valuable items like tools. Pawn shops will call you if it turns up!
  • Research CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), & popcenter.org to reduce the risk of crime happening on your property. 
  • Police arrested and charged an individual with dozens of break and enters. It is known that this suspect was involved with break & enters in our neighbourhood, mainly through basement windows. Due to the large number and severity of the charges, the suspect will be in jail for a long length of time.
  • Print off the neighbourhood watch sign (also below) and put it in your window. Again, do not hesitate to call immediately if you see ANY SUSPICIOUS behaviour.
  • Do NOT keep valuables and/or identification in your vehicle.


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McQueen Community League
10825 McQueen Road NW
Edmonton AB
780-455-3406

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