What's Next?

Skating Rinks Open Friday December 1. See schedule here.


In-Person Membership Sales

please visit TGP on 106th avenue and 50th street or Servus at Capilano Mall.

Online Membership Sales from Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (note, there is a $5 administration fee for online purchases).

Questions? Please email info@fultonplace.org

                                                 2017/2018 prices

                         Family $25 | Adult $15 each | Senior $5 each 

All About Memberships

A membership is your ticket to community participation and involvement, whether you are an individual or a family, new on the block or a long-time resident.

Members enjoy benefits such as:

FREE use of garbage bins during Trash Bash event
FREE outdoor skating in winter
FREE/DISCOUNT perks at our events
DISCOUNTS at local community businesses*
DISCOUNT passes for City rec centres**
DISCOUNT hall rental rates
ACCESS to community-based sports and activities (such as fitness programs at our hall)
MEMBERS-ONLY free events such as seniors' tea and volunteer appreciation night
VOTING rights at general meetings and a voice at board meetings

* Local Business Directory: 

1) Red Pepper Donair & Pizza at Terrace Heights (101 Ave)
15% Discount (not to be combine with other promo or deals) to Fulton Place Community League members
- Must show valid Community League membership card
- You can track real time order and delivery with our NEW ONLINE ORDERING available from our website and facebook

The membership year runs from September 1 to August 31 and can be bought anytime.

The money collected from membership fees is used to fund our programs and events, such as Family Fun Day, Seniors Tea, Trash Bash, and the Community Swim Program.

Community league swim times and wellness discounts:

**Present your membership at any City of Edmonton Leisure, Sports and Fitness Facility to receive a 10% discount on the purchase of an annual pass, multi-admission pass, or continuous monthly pass. Click here for more information on the City of Edmonton Community League Wellness Program.

More about community leagues & memberships:

A community league is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization formed to meet the needs and interests of residents within a defined geographic area. Any resident within the boundaries of the community may become a member. A league's members are responsible for electing a board of directors, which is responsible for overall operation of the league. A community league acts on behalf of its members.

Fulton Place residents who purchase memberships not only contribute revenue to help maintain membership benefits, but also contribute to assets, programs, upgrades and maintenance that affect us all. They also reflect an involved and committed community which works in our favour when trying to win support from government and private organizations. 


On behalf of the Fulton Place Community League (FPCL) I wanted to send a note to our members regarding community events and positions open on the community league executive.  If you or anyone you know is interested in helping plan an event for our community we would be excited to work with you and provide the financial backing and support needed.  All event ideas are welcome, and could include smaller or larger events (movie nights, skating parties, Halloween parties, Canada Day events, etc.).  If you have any interest in planning an event or would like to discuss events you’d like to see please send an email to president@fultonplace.org and I’ll be in touch.

Additionally, there are a number of positions that are not currently filled on the FPCL board, including:

  • Secretary – meeting minutes/agendas, contact lists, bylaws, etc.

  • Ways and Means Director – oversee fundraising, grant applications, etc.

  • Membership Director – oversee membership sales and related activities

  • Social Director – organize and execute community events

  • Program Director – organize/coordinate city run and league run programs in the community

  • Sports Director - promote community soccer, work with ESESA to organize, etc.

If you or anyone you know has an interest in becoming a member of the community league board please send an email to me at president@fultonplace.org and we’ll get in touch.

Mike Reimer, President

Fulton Place Community League