Welcome

Welcome to the South East Community Leagues Association (SECLA) website! SECLA is an area council consisting of eleven community leagues in central south east Edmonton ~ Avonmore, Capilano, Cloverdale, Forest/Terrace Heights, Fulton Place, Gold Bar, Holyrood, Idylwylde, Kenilworth, Ottewell and Strathearn. We are a not for profit organization registered under the Societies Act of Alberta. 

As an area council we provide support to our member community leagues and residents thereof, and strengthen community networks by providing a forum for collaboration, discussion and the sharing of information. 

SECLA provides funding for the Southeast Voice community newspaper (produced by Calder Publications): http://communityleaguenews.com/southeast-voice.html

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Unfortunately due to the current COVID-19 conditions, the decision has been made to postpone the park celebration until spring of 2022.

We hope you will still visit the park and check out the new seating, landscaping and fitness features, and we'll see you in the spring of 2022!

celebration postponed

We are delighted to report that construction on the next phase of the park is scheduled for 2021.

Currently the Capilano skatepark is the only amenity in the park. Features being added in 2021 reflect what we heard from you.

Some of the new amenities will include:
- A paved walking loop to connect all the features of the park and allow accessibility for all ages and abilities.
- Adult/youth fitness equipment in fitness pods along the walkway. The equipment will be multipurpose pieces that focus on balance and strength.
- Benches with arms to improve accessibility for sitting down and getting up, especially for those who are elderly or with mobility issues. Most of the benches are placed in groupings of two or more to make it easier to chat with your neighbor.
- Tables for seating and to enjoy picnics in the park.
- A half-basketball court.
- Shade elements include shade trees and a shade structure.
Note: The community also asked for native planting and edible plantings and the plan is for future naturalized plantings along the north edge of the park. We will be working with Root for Trees to add native plants and edible plants in this area by community planting projects; however, the planting can only begin after a one to two-year period during which the area is undisturbed. This future planting area will be fenced off once construction begins on the rest of the park.

If you would like to help fund this project, donate.secla.ca