Resource Links

TMCL exists with the power & energy of Community Members

Helpful Links for Community Members

*Click each heading to be directed to the organization’s website
  • The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
    • “Edmonton is a place where community is understood and valued, and where Leagues are seen as the mechanism for citizens to build great neighbourhoods and advocate for the city they want.”
    • “We connect, represent and enable Leagues to preserve and promote the Community League way of life.”
  • Edmonton Food Bank
    • Providing food and resources to families and individuals in need (780) 425-2133
  • 211 Alberta Resources
    • “211 is an essential service that helps Albertans find the right resource or service for whatever issue they need help with, at the right time. 211 is available 24/7 by phone, text and chat. The service is free, confidential and available in over 170 languages over the phone.”
    • Resources include: mental health, disability, family, financial, food & basic needs, seniors, LGBTQ2S, Indigenous, shelter, violence, health
  • Edmonton 311
    • 311 is Edmonton’s non-emergency phone line for City government information and services. It provides residents, businesses and visitors with ease of access through a central point of contact for their city needs. 311 does not replace 911. Anyone requiring fire, ambulance, police emergency assistance must call 911 for emergency assistance.

    • 311 Online provides citizens with the convenience of self service options to common city services such as: Transit information, Program Registration, Registering a bylaw complaint

    • Non-English-speaking callers may request the assistance of an interpreter. The 311 agent will connect with an external interpretive service to assist with the call. The interpretive service offers assistance in more than 150 languages. 780-442-5311 (Outside Edmonton) 780-944-5555 (TTY)

  • Edmonton Transit System (ETS)
    • Information related to Bus and LRT services in Edmonton, including routes, maps, scheduling, trip planning and fares
  • Edmonton & Area Addiction, Mental Health and Social Housing Directory
    • This resource is a compilation of information collected from a variety of sources and with support from a variety of agencies. The information on some pages was provided from the operators directly, and other information was drawn from publicly accessible, online materials.
    • PLEASE ACCESS THE DIRECTORY CONTINUALLY THROUGH THE LINK PROVIDED ABOVE, AND REFRAIN FROM SAVING OR PRINTING THE PDF. This will ensure that the most accurate information is consistently being referenced, given that this directory is updated frequently. Pages can be printed or shared individually at the time they are needed.
  • The Meadows Recreation Center
    • The Meadows Community Recreation Centre brings people together to enjoy sport, recreation, social and cultural activities – all under one roof! The 234,419 square-foot facility, located within the Meadows District Park, provides indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities – creating an active community hub that is open and welcoming year round. (780) 442-5311
  • The Edmonton Sport Council

    A non-profit society funded primarily by the City of Edmonton. (780) 497-7678

    “We maintain a database of contacts for all Edmonton sport organizations and a database of sports facilities that can be accessed free through our website.”

Contact TMCL

Mailing Address

PO Box 92068, RPO Meadowbrook. Edmonton, AB T6T 1N1

Physical Presence

The Meadows Community Recreation Centre, 2nd Floor,
2704 17 St NW, Edmonton

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