Did you know that the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) is 100 years old this year!?
Community Leagues play an important part of Edmonton’s history. Community Leagues work to bring residents together, improve community amenities, and enhance the quality of life for you and your neighbours. Community Leagues do this through organizing recreational, education and sports programming, hosting community parties and events, developing amenities such as spray parks, playgrounds, sports courts, community gardens and community league halls, and by being the voice of the community when it comes to civic matters that impact your neighbourhood.
The first Community League formed 100 years ago and today there are 161 Community Leagues all across the City. Everyone in Edmonton lives within the boundary of a Community League.
The Knottwood Community League
The Knottwood Community League (KCL) was formed on Mar. 14, 1977. For the past 40 plus years, the three neighbourhoods of Ekota, Menisa and Satoo have formed a partnership that continues to provide Knottwoodians with a strong sense of pride and community spirit.