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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Here is the handout from Claudia's Pollinator and Edible Gardening presentation on Sept 12, 2020 regarding creating a yard with edible plants, pollinators and gorgeous flowers.

Download the Presentation

We are excited to finally be moving forward with the second phase of the Fulton Ravine South Park (locally known as the Capilano Skate Park). Check out the concept plans for the park, based on what we heard from the community. Stay tuned for more info and updates! 

View the full presentation here, and stay tuned for more updates soon!


We're in the process of upgrading our website! 

Some features may not be available, but will be back soon. 

Thank you,

The SECLA Team


SECLA annual report 2019 page 1

SECLA annual report 2019 page 2

Regional Planning issues have been a focus of SECLA. SECLA becomes in planning issues at invitation of member leagues. Past planning issues we have been involved in include:

-101 Ave Corridor Study

- Holyrood and Strathearn Apartment redevelopment.

- Transportation Master Plan.

- Update of South East Area Plan in 2004 for the current 10 members. Approved for information by Edmonton Planning Department

- As part of  the Area Plan update we did “The South East Community Leagues Association Community Green Map for 2003.” Planning and Policy Services of the Planning and Development of the City of Edmonton, Federation of Alberta Naturalists and the international Green Map System provided funding and support for the project. Website and newspaper produced. www.ecrcm.fanweb.ca

This endeavor lead to the Capital Atlas Project for the Edmonton Region (CAPMAP) This project included The Cities of Edmonton and St. Albert and the four surrounding Counties. Website: www.capmap.fanweb.ca 

- Community and Industry Response to First Pro Shopping Centres and Lambton Industrial rezoning. (50th st and 90th ave) 2006 SECLA brought together Strathcona Industrial Association, Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, County of Strathcona, King’s University College, City of Edmonton Planning Services as well as numerous other businesses and organizations. 

- LRT extension planning participation.

- Urban Parks Management Advisory Committee.

 - Senior’s planning forums.