Creeks Crossing ・ Kulawy Gardens ・ Jackson Heights
Welcome to Burnewood
Established in 1983, we are still a great place to live, learn, work and play. We are located in South East Edmonton; our boundaries are: Whitemud Drive to the North, 34th Street to the East, Mill Creek Ravine to the South and 50th Street to the West. Our first communities were Burnewood Junction and Kiniski Gardens and we now include Creeks Crossing, Kulawy Gardens and Jackson Heights.
Our community continues to grow and mature. We offer a number of social and recreational programs for both children and adults. We can also provide advice to our seniors on programs or services that they may need.
We have created this website to provide online access to important community information, resources and programs. You will find everything you need to know about our neighbourhood including, the league’s leadership, recreational programs, community events, and the latest community news. There are answers to frequently asked questions, opportunities to get involved in the community, and local resources and business information.
We welcome your input and feedback. Please feel free to get in touch, we’re always listening.
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The Spirit of Burnewood
Burnewood Community’s motto is “Life is Good in Burnewood” and it’s hard for the majority of us to disagree with this statement. We have great schools, plenty of green space for recreation and a strong community spirit that provides a safe environment for our children to thrive in. There are still some opportunities, however, that are beyond the reach of some of our families. We believe that every child should have the opportunity to have a healthy and active life! To help achieve this goal, the League has established a Program Sponsorship Initiative called the “Spirit of Burnewood”. This initiative will allow children from families who have limited financial resources to participate in sports and recreational activities.
This initiative will provide free registrations in the children’s programs highlighted above. To qualify children must be 18 years of age or under and a resident of Burnewood. Asking for help is sometimes hard so our aim is to make the registration process as unintrusive as possible. Burnewood Community League reserves the right to refuse an application without explanation and without recourse.
If you would like to take advantage of this program please contact Rocky Hanson @ email@example.com , or by mail at 4118 – 41 Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T6L 5Y6.