What's in a Name?

With input and ideas from the public, Fulton Meadows Community League was named.

"Fulton" - the name of the original family that farmed the land where our four neighbourhoods are located.


"Meadows" - taken from the City of Edmonton's name for the area of the city where Fulton Meadows is located.​


Fulton Meadows Community League

Fulton Meadows consists of the neighbourhoods of Tamarack, Maple Crest, Tamarack Common, and Aster. The geographic area served by the League is the part of City of Edmonton bound to the north by Whitemud Drive, to the west by 17 Street, and to the east and south by Anthony Henday Drive.

Fulton Meadows Community League was registered with the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues in 2012 to create a community organization for residents of Tamarack, Maple Crest, and the new Aster neighbourhood. Recently, Tamarack Common has been added to the area serviced by the League.

Since its inception, FMCL has worked with members to plan community-wide events, promote Free Swim Nights, host fundraising activities and more. With the continued growth of Fulton Meadows, FMCL is blossoming into a diverse and community-focused league.

What does the Community League Do?

Fulton Meadows Community League is here for you! Responsibilities of the League include: program and activity planning, sports registration facilitation, and a voice for community concerns. FMCL is a representing body for its members and aims at creating a harmonious and vibrant neighbourhood.

All events and activities are 100% volunteer driven and membership dues go directly into the community. If you are able to help, we would like to hear from you.

Please note that Fulton Meadows Community League is a member of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, as are all registered Leagues in Edmonton. For more information on EFCL, click here.