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November 2017

Griesbach Resident Survey Results Are In!

Griesbach Community League is pleased to share the summary from our 2017 Griesbach Resident’s Survey: What’s Great in Griesbach? & How Should We Grow?

To view the pdf of the survey results, please click the following link:
2017 Community Survey FINAL


  • We had 293 residents complete the survey, which was evenly split between resident who’ve lived here less than four years, and those who have been here longer.
  • 92% would recommend Griesbach as a place to live.
  • We had positive feedback on our current community events, and residents are interested in seeing even more!

The survey also asked residents for input around what our priorities should be for our next big project following the successful completion of our new playground at MGG School. We had some fantastic input and a number of great ideas. Griesbach Community League has put together a committee made up of interested residents to explore some of these ideas and determine which might be feasible, and what would be involved. They will bring their findings and recommendations to the Board of Directors. We hope to share those results in the new year.

A big thanks to everyone who participated in our survey. We’d like to recognize Shelby Corley and Carl Knowler for their hard work getting this survey together and compiling the results.


Griesbach Remembrance Day Ceremony

Join us at Patricia Park, Saturday, November 11, 10:30 am for a Remembrance Day Ceremony hosted by the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry.

It is always well attended, so we suggest you arrive early. Gault Blvd and Griesbach Parade will be closed to traffic and parking for a regimental parade featuring active PPCLI members based out of the Edmonton Garrison in Namao. The ceremony includes a reading of In Flander’s Fields, a prayer to the fallen and a moment of silence at 11:00 am.

Patricia Plaza was created in honour of the PPLCI, which was raised to join the Great War by Captain Andrew Gault in 1914. The unit has numerous battle honours to its credit, spanning from WWI to present day. These are listed on pedestals located at Patricia Park. There is also a memorial wall on site, with the names of PPCLI members who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.

It is always a first rate event. All members of the public are welcome.