Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will FIND ANSWERS to the most commonly asked
questions about the club and membership details.
When is the new Edmonton City Club projected to open?
November 2022 based on completing its current Membership drive.
Where will the Club be located?
In the city’s Central Business District at the Edmonton City Center East Mall, 10025-102A Avenue, on the top level.
Will the Club be connected to the Pedway System?
Yes, and it also has access to covered parking.
What amenities will the Club have?
Dining Room, Lounge, Business Centre, Meeting Rooms, Private Offices, Catering Rooms, Wine Lockers for rent.
How will the Club meet the needs of today’s business reality and environment.
The Club is being designed with a dedicated emphasis on the business and lifestyle needs of today’s modern working professional.
Who is the Club targeting in terms of Members?
A Diverse group of people interested in networking, meeting, dining and socializing with their colleagues, family and friends
What Memberships are available? What is the Entrance Fee? What are the Annual Dues?
|Membership Category||One-Time Entrance Fee||Annual Dues|
|Resident (Age 40-64)||$ 1500.00||$1,950.00|
|Resident – Intermediate (Age 30-39)||$ 950.00||$1,600.00|
|Resident – Intermediate (Age 18-29)||$ 500.00||$ 800.00|
|Senior (Age 65+)||$ 750.00||$1,200.00|
|Non-Resident (+75kms from City Centre)||$ 750.00||$ 750.00|
When is the one-time Entrance Fee due during the Membership drive?
The one-time Entrance Fee must accompany the completed application. The money will be held in trust until the Club completes its Membership drive.
What period does the $125 Quarterly Minimum House Spend cover?
This is based on our fiscal year. The quarters are June-August, September-November, December-February & March-May.
Why should I join the Edmonton City Club now?
To take advantage of the limited number of introductory Charter Members and receive a 25% discount on your 2023-2024 Annual Dues. This is a limited time offer.
What type of cuisine is being planned for the Club?
The dining experience and lounge services are being designed to best fit our Membership group. We will be hiring expert staff and inviting input on dining options from Members.
Will there be a focus on networking for Members?
Yes, Members connecting with each other and networking are vital aspects to our Club experience. We will be developing ongoing opportunities to facilitate this.
What types of events will the Club host?
We will offer an event calendar with networking activities, exciting culinary experiences and social events.
What is available in the Business Centre?
It will include Meeting Rooms, Private Offices and general office amenities such as internet access, printers and copiers.
How big are the Meeting Rooms?
We are currently developing the floor plan but certainly expect these rooms to be spacious and user friendly.
What is the dress code?
Business casual. At times there may be events where a stricter dress code is requested.
Does the Club have reciprocal privileges?
Yes, we have reciprocal privileges worldwide. A Letter of Introduction will be required when visiting any of the reciprocal clubs.
Are family members included in a Club Membership?
Absolutely. Each Membership includes a primary Member, as well as the Member’s spouse or partner. Moreover, the Club will provide opportunities for family connections and provide certain activities for the extended family.
What is the guest policy?
Guests are permitted to accompany a Member at the Club and are expected to follow the Club’s policies.
Are reservations required?
For dining or lounge services and to book Meeting Rooms or Private Offices reservations will be required.
How will the Club protect the health and safety of Members as a result of the pandemic?
The Club is committed to the safety of our Members. We will follow the guidelines and recommendations of public health authorities at all times as they apply to the clubs and to facilities with dining and lounge service.