Welcome to Evergreen

EECA 40th Anniversary - Back to the 80's

 Saturday Aug 13th, 2022 - 11am to Midnight
  • Pancake Breakfast
  • Hot Dog/Hamburger Dinner
  • Beer Garden/Family Dance
  • Carnival Games and much, much more!!


More information to come in the August Newsletter



Logo Design Contest

The Edmonton Evergreen Community Association is looking to update their Logo and we want your “help”!! Contest is open to all Evergreen Community residents.

Designs to be emailed to Sharon Banks at president@eeca.ca or Ann Friesen at secretary@eeca before August 15th 2022

Have not yet been determined, but there will be a prize for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

Winners and new Logo revealed in September 2022


Job Opening: Parttime Janitor


We are taking applications for a Parttime Janitor. Please submit resumes to either:

Sharon Banks at president@eeca.ca
or Ann Friesen at secretary@eeca

Final date for submission is June 30th 2022


Evergreen Skate Shack

Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday
Public skating 4:30 pm — 8:00 pm Public Skating
Shinny Hockey 8:00 pm — 9:30 pm (there will be a fee to play Shinney this year $5 per non-member)

Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays and No School Days.
12:00 pm — 8:00 pm Public Skating
8:00 pm — 9:30 pm Shinny Hockey (there will be a fee to play Shinney this year $5 per non-member)

Those 12 and up must be vaccinated and have QR Passport to enter Skate Shack



We need You!

Bingo and Casino events provide the funds to allow Evergreen Community Association non-profits to continue offering programs and events to the residents of Evergreen Community. EECA needs you!!

Contact Al:
treasurer@eeca.ca or 587-372-8110 to help.



It's Membership Renewal Time

An EECA Membership is required for ALL EECA sponsored programs. 
There are numerous reasons to renew, or purchase, your membership and support Edmonton Evergreen Community Association like…
- FREE skating on our community rink
- Access to EECA programs and activities for the whole family
- Access to sports programs throughout the City
- Input on community issues, challenges and opportunities
- Having a strong community league helps promote a safe, healthy neighbourhood, while it increases a sense of community spirit and pride.
- FREE Swimming at Clareview Recreation Centre on Saturdays from 6-8 p.m.



Did you know that you can swim for FREE at Clareview pool? With a Community League membership you have access to Clareview Recreation Centre pool at the time listed below. Just bring your membership card!

  • Clareview 6-8pm Saturdays

(Unfortunately Londonderry is no longer offering free swims)



Evergreen is a mobile home park nestled in a beautiful, naturally wooded ravine in north east Edmonton. Today, the park is a thriving community with approximately 1,500 people and 640 homes. Established around 1970, most of the growth in the park occurred between 1970 and 1979. Evergreen offers many leisure and recreational activities for everyone.

Edmonton Evergreen Community Association (EECA) was established in 1982 and has been active ever since with hundreds of volunteers over the years planning a number of community wide family events each year. EECA also provides and maintains amenities such as a community hall, an outdoor rink, a skate shack and a playground 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. EECA exists for its members and strives to ensure that all activities are conducted with courtesy and respect and without discrimination.


Our Vision of Evergreen:

Evergreen instills a small town experience where a sense of belonging and community pride is promoted by its residents.  Evergreen is a safe and respectful community where neighbours help neighbours.  

Our Mission as the Evergreen Community Association:

EECA instills a sense of home by enhancing the quality of life for its residents through its facilities, programs, and events which seek to include all cultures, ages, and abilities.

We provide a voice of advocacy on issues that impact our neighbourhood by both developing a positive relationship with governing bodies and building partnerships with other organizations.