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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.

GOALS:

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.