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A list of all the community organizations within the Town of Redwater can be viewed by clicking here. If you would like to add your organization to the list or if there are any changes please contact the Community Services office at 780-942-4101. Organizations wishing to submit information to the Town for inclusion in our directory need to complete this form and submit it to the Community Services Office in Pembina Place or mail to the Town of Redwater.

Every effort has been made to compile complete and accurate information for this directory. Neither the Town of Redwater, nor its members or employees, will be responsible for errors or omissions in this directory. The information contained herein should not be construed as an endorsement of any member, company, or individual, nor reflect in any way upon the products and/or services provided by an organization or individual.

Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)

Sturgeon Community Resource Network

Agricultural Society

Lion's Club

Food Bank 

Redwater Fellowship of Churches Food Bank has moved locations. They are now located on the second floor of Pembina Place (4944-53 St). To request a food hamper or to make a donation to the food bank, please call 780-942-2061 and leave a message with your name and phone number. The food bank will return your call within one week.

Redwater Art Society

The Redwater Art Society has launched their own website. Please take a few moments to visit the site and view the work of local artists. The society is always looking for new members regardless of age or ability. Contact information is available on the website.

www.redwaterartsociety.ca

Redwater Arboretum Society

The Redwater Arboretum Society is a small, but growing group of Redwater and area residents, who are developing the area north of the CN tracks between ‚Äč49 and 51 street. This is the area of town known as Devonian Park. Over the next three years they will be creating a lush green space by planting trees, shrubs and flowers to create a focal point in the downtown core where people can come to relax and enjoy the greenery. Phase 1 of the project was completed on September 26, 2017 with the planting of 29 trees. Please visit their website for more information.

http://redwaterarboretumsociety.weebly.com