Winter Green Shack

Steele Heights Winter Green Shack Program
Free Drop, open from January 8 until February 1, 2017.

Check the attached poster for further details!

SHCL 2016 – Rinks Are Open

Steele Heights Community League is proud to announce another year has come and… The rinks are OPEN! The times are as follows. Monday-Friday: 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM Saturdays: 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM Sundays and Holidays: 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM Weather permitting. Anyone under 18 MUST wear a helmet and a community membership…

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Edmonton Snowplow Schedule

Our snowplow day is EVERY MONDAY (when snow pack is 5 cm or more) for Steele Heights Community League. This season, areas that for whatever reason could not be completed on their designated days will be finished over the course of the weekend instead of having crews return the following week. Roadway Maintenance will send…

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Santa’s Craft Extravaganza Is Back!

We are excited to announce that Santa’s Craft Extravaganza will be returning again for a fourth year this November 19th, 2016. With free face painting, free cookie decorating, and if you also present your league membership, you will receive a free photo with Santa & Mrs. Claus and a candy cane! Last year was a…

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Fall Youth Leader Training

Do you have a teenager between the ages of 13-17 years old that is interested in leading recreation programming?

The City of Edmonton is hosting a FREE training event for those interested, on Saturday, October 22, 2016. Check out the poster for further details on where to register.

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Steele Heights Tigers – Bottle Drive 2016

Steele Heights Tigers are asking for your bottles! You can drop them by the hall on October 1, 2016 or some of the players will be going door to door during the posted date/time. Your donated bottles will help raise funds to support the assistance program, allowing more kids to play, as well as jerseys…

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Steele Heights Carnival 2016 – Thank You!

Thank you to everyone that attended, and those who helped make the Steele Heights Carnival 2016 another big success. We hope that everyone will be back next year for more fun, games, and food. Special thanks to all the volunteers that made this possible. Please check out our picture gallery for photo’s of the event…

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York School 50th Anniversary

York School is celebrating their 50th Anniversary!

It will be held at York School – 13915 61 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5A 1P3 on Friday, September 30, 2016.

Please RSVP to York School by Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Click on the following image for further details.

 

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Great news everyone both rinks will be open today at 2 pm
Thank you
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Theft from Auto

Most vehicle crime is opportunistic and therefore preventable. By following some straightforward advice, and working together, we can ensure that this type of crime is reduced in your community. Some of the advice may sound obvious and rather simple but it could make all the difference if you follow it consistently. The cost and the time you must spend on repairs, replacement of stolen items can be easily prevented by following some simple tips.
Tips to prevent thefts from your vehicle.

Remove all Valuables - Never leave ANYTHING on display when you leave your vehicle. Even loose change, cigarettes, cigarette lighters, sunglasses, CD’s, cell phones, stereos, cameras, and clothing, if they can see it they will steal it.

Park Safely - When parking at home, always use your garage if you have one, and lock both your vehicle and your garage. If you don't have a garage, try to park in a well-lit, open place. When parking at work or your local mall, park in a well-lit open place.

Remove Portable Accessories - Removing stereo face plates and locking them in the trunk or taking them with you, will deter thieves.

Get an Alarm Installed - Alarms can deter thieves not only from stealing items from your vehicle, but also from stealing your vehicle. Even if you have an alarm installed NEVER, NEVER, NEVER leave anything in your vehicle. Thieves can smash a window, reach in grab an item and be gone in seconds, before your alarm is even activated. Caution is needed that you do not set your alarm to sensitive. Storms, wind, large trucks passing by your vehicle can set it off.

Use a Steering Locking Device (The Club) · Use a steering wheel lock every time you leave your vehicle. A vehicle that is well secured has a tendency to deter criminals. A steering wheel lock will also deter theft of your vehicle.
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Theft of auto is one of the most pervasive crimes in Edmonton. To address this growing problem the Edmonton Police Service has initiated the “Car Curfew” Program. The “Car Curfew Program” is a free, voluntary program which aims to prevent vehicle theft and aid patrol members in readily identifying a potentially stolen vehicle.

Registered owners may pick up “Car Curfew” program decals at their local police station and place them on the rear windshield of their vehicle. If a police officer witnesses the vehicle in operation between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., they may stop the vehicle and verify that the vehicle is being operated with the consent of the owner.

This program is designed to draw the attention of police officers to vehicles not normally operated between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. and may potentially be stolen.
Police officers encountering a vehicle displaying a “Car Curfew Program” reflective decal (in the lower left side of the back windshield) operated during this time frame may stop that vehicle.
Display of a “Car Curfew Program” decal does not impact the legal rights or duties of vehicle drivers or owners.
If a vehicle has the “Car Curfew” decal and is stopped, police officers must be able to contact the registered owner if they are not driving the vehicle.
To more information on this free program email carcurfew@edmontonpolice.ca.
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