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History of TRAC

April 27, 2002

A meeting was hosted by The City of Edmonton to bring together citizens, Community Leagues and Home Owners Associations of the area. Out of the meeting, the concept of a president's council/area council was born. 

The group met over the course of the next 8 months and TRAC received it's Certificate of Incorporation on December 1st, 2003.

Mission & Mandate:

MISSION:  We engage residents, facilitate opportunities, and leverage resources in support of strong, vibrant and united communities.

VISION:  Our "towne within a city" is a destination with a high quality of life through involved, inclusive and caring neighbourhoods.


TRAC creates opportunities for events and programs to enrich the fabric of community life.

TRAC collaborates with stakeholders to develop physical spaces. 

TRAC employs a sound and sustainable financial model to support its activities.

TRAC communicates its vision, celebrates its accomplishments, and promotes its capabilities.

TRAC works to engage a more diverse demographic.

TRAC engages with its communities to determine interests, needs and future direction.

TRAC develops a governance infrastructure to achieve its mission and vision.

TRAC expands its services as a community link.

TRAC identifies, leverages, and implements the collective resources to the benefit of our community.


TRAC is a non-profit volunteer-based unified voice for community leagues and residents of SW Edmonton.

The TRAC Board is made up of Ambassadors representing the neighbourhoods within the 8 Community Leagues in Area H.  Also included are the MP, MLA, City Councillor, City of Edmonton, Riverbend Branch Library, Public & Catholic School Trustees and members at large from the community.