Lewis Estates is a master-planned golf course community around a central 18 hole championship golf course. Lewis Estates consists of five neighbourhoods; Breckenridge Greens, Potter Greens, Suder Greens, Webber Greens and Stewart Greens.
Lewis Estates Community League (LECL) was incorporated in 1993 as a society representing over 2,200 households. LECL's main focus is on taking steps to improve our offerings by enhancing programs, events, and further developing the parkland within our boundaries.
The geographic boundaries of Lewis Estates are:
North – Stony Plain Road
South – Whitemud Freeway
East – 199 Street
West – 215 Street
According to the established architectural controls by Melcor Developments for allthe Lewis Estates communities, the only acceptable fence stain colours are: Seafoam Green and Willow Green — together. These two colours can be obtained by contacting Cloverdale Paint at 780.453.5700
The Lewis Estates Community League is a Society registered with Alberta Registries. The LECL Board meets on the last Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m., meetings are open to the public and LECL minutes of general meetings are available to members and are also available here. (Note: the board reserves the right to enter into a confidential session – those minutes are only available to members who were present during the confidential session). LECL bylaws are available for download below.
As many members already know, casino funds, membership sales, and operating grants only get us so far and we as a community have to look for other ways to fund community programs and improvements. For more information about our Community Sponsorship Program or to become a community sponsor, please Contact Us.
Lewis Estates Community League (LECL) was incorporated in 1993 as a society representing over 2,200 households.
We focus on taking steps to improve our offerings by enhancing programs, events, and further developing the parkland within our boundaries.