Welcome to Heritage Point Community League!

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Heritage Point Community League (HPCL) covers an area with a rapidly expanding population. Our boundaries are James Mowatt Trail on the East, Anthony Henday Drive on the North, and Whitemud Creek on the West. Communities currently included are MacEwan, Rutherford, Des Rochers, Chapelle Gardens, Paisley and Creekwood Chapelle (see map below).

Within our boundaries are many thriving businesses, churches, and two schools: a Catholic K to 9 school (Monsignor Fee Otterson), a public K to 9 school (Johnny Bright).


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Heritage Point Community League provides support, services and connections to the community. Please contact us for more information or to find out how you can become involved.


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Community Offers

Heritage Point Community Garden


Do you love gardening? Are you interested in harvesting food, building community, improving health and enironmental stewardship?


Please contact: Rhiannon at president@heritagepoint.ca

Community Swim


HPCL Members may swim free of charge at the William Lutsky YMCA (every Saturday between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm) and at the Terwillegar Recreation Centre (Sundays from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm). Members / Families must present their HPCL membership card to obtain access to this benefit. Space is limited so please arrive early. 


If you are not currently a member of the Heritage Point Community League get your membership today!

2016 Outdoor Soccer


Heritage Point Community League thanks MaidPro for its generous sponsorship for the HPCL soccer program. 

MaidPro helped make the Soccer program's year end party possible for HPCL. You can visit MaidPro on their site: www.maidpro.ca