Block Party


Block Party logo.Block parties are a great way to get to know your neighbours and build community spirit. Spruce Grove residents are encouraged to organize and host a block party during the summer months. It's easy and we're here to help with our handy Block Party Guide that includes:

  • Host / hostess checklist
  • Neighbourhood contact list
  • Invitations
  • Evaluation form
  • Frequently asked questions

There's even a list of Block Party Icebreaker Activities to help you get started!

How to book your party

Bookings for the 2017 block party season will begin on May 15 at 9 a.m.

  1. Call 780-962-7618 or send email Email
  2. Complete the Block Party Application Form and return to:

    Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
    BLOCK PARTY
    Queen Street Place
    105 – 505 Queen St.
    Spruce Grove, Alta., T7X 2V2
    Fax: 780-960-5228
    Send email Email

Please keep in mind that block parties must be held at a residential address located within Spruce Grove's municipal boundaries.

The top 10 reasons to organize a Neighbourhood Block Party

  1. To have fun, with no excuses or reasons needed to celebrate!
  2. To meet your neighbours. Knowing who lives in your neighbourhood will help improve safety and prevent crime.
  3. To establish a sense of belonging to the community.
  4. Neighbours who know each other, look out for one another.
  5. To meet neighbours on your block who you might be able to exchange skills or resources with (baby-sitting co-op, book club, walking to school duties, new friends for you and your children, personal networking).
  6. To encourage neighbours to look after the neighbourhood and strengthen community spirit.
  7. To learn a little about each other and determine who might need a little extra help from time to time.
  8. To have the chance to meet some of the long-time neighbourhood residents and learn about your community history.
  9. To have a good reason to have a neighbourhood clean-up day and barbecue once all the work is done.
  10. To start a tradition of getting together at least once a year!