In The Heart of the River Valley, Steps to Downtown.

 

Riverdale is one of Edmonton’s most picturesque communities. It is a diverse river valley neighbourhood located just east of Edmonton’s downtown center. The community is bordered by the North Saskatchewan River and surrounded by the cliffs of the river valley. Because of this location Riverdale remains distinct and retains its identity as a separate and unified community. Riverdale has been able to maintain much of its original charm and small town feel; where community pride and spirit run strong.

 

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A place for Family, Friends, and Community.

The Rinkhouse

booking for league members only

Riverdale House is comprised of The Rink House on the bottom floor for skaters and a bookable room on the upper floor.

Community Hall

booking available to the public

The Hall can be rented for community events such as wedding banquets and folk concerts, as well as for meetings and seminars.

 

Park & Playground

AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS AND PUBLIC

The playground facilities include a play area for smaller children, a splash park and skateboard park.

Riverdale participates in the City of Edmonton Green Shack Program. Dates TBA

Soon to come: Solar Gazebo!

 

Hockey Rink

Available to members and public

  • Public skating is open to Riverdale Community League members, free of charge.
  • The rink shack may be closed at temperatures colder than -23C or warmer than 0C, at the discretion of the Rink Committee.
  • During Public Skating hours, no sticks or pucks are allowed on the ice.
  • For safety reasons, helmets are encouraged for children under the age of 12.

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Living it up in Riverdale.

 

Steps to downtown in the heart of the rivervalley. Riverdale spans East from Grierson hill to Rowland Road just South of Jasper Avenue.  Its boundaries on the East and South are the North Saskatchewan River