Knottwood Community League

Who We Are



1415 Knottwood Road East NW

Edmonton, Alberta


Tentatively opening Saturday December 13, 2014

Please visit us again soon for more information!



CLICK HERE to complete the short online survey!




 The Board members can be found here.

This is the online home of the Knottwood Community League. Our Knottwood community is quietly nestled in the south of Mill Woods, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The community is roughly delimited as follows:

  • North Boundary: 23rd Ave
  • South Boundary: Anthony Henday Drive
  • West Boundary: 91st Street
  • East Boundary: 66th Street


Getting to Know Knottwood Report

available HERE

Getting to Know Knottwood Presentation

available HERE


Contact our Community League President Clarence Nelson for all Community League related questions and business.

Mailing Address (all correspondance): PO Box 55035,  Knottwood RPO,  Edmonton, AB  T6K 4C5

Hall Address: 445 Knottwood Road West, NW  Edmonton, AB T6K 4C5

Ekota Skating Rink Address: 1415 Knottwood Road East, NW  Edmonton, AB  T6J 2G8  


Website Last Updated: May 12, 2014

Knottwood Community Volunteer Opportunities

The Board!! - We're always looking for good people for the board. There are a few positions open for the 2013/14 term. For a description of the positions, Please E-mail Clarence Nelson

BINGO!! - Please contact Kim Tomusiak if you are interested in working any of the following Bingos for $50 or $75 Voucher - All dates are at Parkway Bingo

Photo Gallery

Find some pictures of our events here

Important Dates

September 22 (7pm-9pm) - Next KCL Regular League Meeting): All are welcome to participate.

Other News

Facebook - We have a Facebook group page - look for us under Groups - we're called "Knottwood Community League". Post some pictures of your favorite spots in the community!


Knottwood Community's Needs Assessment Survey: Click HERE to complete the short online survey.



What do Trees do for us?  Root for Trees is an enhanced tree planning initiative to preserve and expand our urban forest through partnerships with corporations, individual residents and community groups.

Click HERE