About the Albert Park Community Association
The Albert Park Community Association (APCA) serves the area of Regina south of 25th Avenue and west of Albert Street. During its life, APCA has grown and evolved along with its residents and the ever-changing neighborhood.
APCA was established in 1964 and incorporated as a Not For Profit Organization in 1971.
APCA makes donations annually to local charities and to local school community councils for playground and auditorium upgrades. Volunteer Recognition Scholarships are awarded annually to deserving Grade 8 & and Grade 12 graduates from Albert Park. APCA nominates a volunteer from the community for recognition at the annual South Zone Awards Banquet. And, APCA organizes free public skating on Thursdays for area residents.
Please join APCA as a participant in a program or as a member of the APCA Board. Volunteers make it happen! We’d love to have you join the APCA family!
Facility & Programs
The South Leisure Centre (170 Sunset Drive) is the main facility for APCA programs, and on any given weekday programs fill the gym and multipurpose rooms. Fitness, art, and cultural programs are scheduled throughout the year, for all ages. Programs run the gamut from a wide variety of fitness classes, including soccer, power skating, badminton, floor hockey, pickleball, improv, and much more. If you have an idea for a new program, please let us know so that we can start the ball rolling to add your program to the mix.
APCA has assisted in capital development projects in Realtor’s Park surrounding the South Leisure Centre (170 Sunset Drive): Optimist Arena, splash pad, shade structure & picnic benches, play structure, Regina’s first outdoor gym, and a fantastic multi-use pathway surrounding the park.
About the Neighbourhood
Albert Park, with over 11,000 residents, has the second-highest neighborhood population in Regina. South Leisure Centre, the accessible playground at Realtors Park, and other parks and ice rinks are enjoyed by the residents. There is a mix of housing with frequent bus service to the commercial areas on Albert Street, Southland mall, and the Grasslands.
Become a Member
Family memberships assist your community association in continuing their service to you. An APCA community membership costs $5.00. Your investment helps to print newsletters, keeping you informed of programs, special events, and planning developments in your area.
With your support, the community association may:
- develop parks, spray pads, and playgrounds;
- make donations to neighborhood schools and charitable organizations;
- provide scholarships to youth volunteers;
- and, host volunteer appreciation events.
Help your local Community Association keep your neighborhood vibrant!