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Adults 20+ Try or Re-Try Sports

2015 November 4

Calling All Adults! Ages 20+

Have you ever thought it might be fun to try a sport or activity you’ve never tried before? Or maybe a sport you used to play, but haven’t in years? Do you want to be happier and healthier (and recognize that regular exercise is a great way to get there)? Maybe you feel anxious about going to a fitness facility, gym or arena? What if you could try out an activity or visit fitness facilities with other people who feel the same way you do? Not experts – just regular people who want to try out a new sport, or rediscover an old one. And what if all this fun was 100% FREE?

All Sport One City is an initiative of Sport Calgary in partnership with The City of Calgary to provide an opportunity for adults to come and discover one or two activities at various facilities throughout the city, absolutely free of charge. These activities will be taking place during the day or evenings of November 16 to 20 and all day Saturday, November 21, (RBC Sports Day in Canada).

Multi-sport facilities in Calgary are offering a wide variety of free introductory activities on Saturday, and numerous single sport facilities offering opportunities to try an activity Monday through Friday.

There are tons of activities, and you are certain to find something that appeals to you! Remember, all ages 20 and above are welcome, and there are many activities that will appeal as well to the 55+ crowd. (Some facilities even offer child care while you go play!) Go to for a full list of activities and locations, and register to attend sessions in one easy step.

The possibilities are endless and we invite you to register for a few activities of your choice to be active during the week of November 16 to 21. Who knows? Maybe you will have so much fun you will want to keep coming back!


Southwest Calgary Ring Road Information Sessions

2015 October 22

On Nov. 18, City Administration is bringing a report to Council’s Transportation and Transit Committee on the southwest portion of the Ring Road. The report is expected to include the recommendations resulting from the Council-directed Traffic Review and an overall project update.

Prior to that Committee date, The City will be hosting three public information sessions in late October and early November. The information sessions will provide an update on The City’s work as it relates to the Southwest Calgary Ring Road (SWCRR):
– Updates on the design progress for the connections from Calgary’s roads
– Recommendations for any changes to the neighboring streets and intersections based on the Council-directed Traffic Review
The Government of Alberta is also attending all three information sessions to address questions and comments about the SWCRR itself. Here are some more details about the events and what you’ll see:

Info Session #1
Tuesday, Oct. 27, 5-8 p.m.
Southland Leisure Centre (second floor pool viewing area), 2000 Southland Dr. SW
What you’ll also see:
– An update on the Southwest Transitway project (planning phase)
– An update on the ENMAX work as it relates to the SWCRR (construction phase)

Info Session #2
Thursday, Oct. 29, 5-8 p.m.
Bethany Chapel (front foyer area), 3333 Richardson Way SW
What you’ll also see:
– An update on the Southwest Transitway project (planning phase)
– Information on the 37 Street S.W. storm trunk project (construction phase)

Info Session #3
Wednesday, Nov. 4, 6-9 p.m.
Bishop O-Byrne High School common area, 333 Shawville Blvd SE
What you’ll also see:
– Information on the future Providence Development (planning phase)

If you are unable to attend these events, the information will be provided online at during the week of October 26.

Updated our Membership Application page

2015 October 12

Due to a major system upgrade of one of our service providers we lost our membership application functionality back in May 2015. After pursuing a number of options we have come up with an interim solution that should get things back on track for memberships.

If your membership is due, please visit our “Become A Member” page and fill out the form. The online payment feature using PayPal is still the same, however it is now disconnected from the membership form.

If you have any problems or questions, please do not hesitate to Contact Us for assistance.

Your friendly Crestmont Community Association


Annual Crestmont Kids Day THIS Sunday

2015 September 11

Hey all you kids… GET ON OUR LAWN!!!  


The 4th annual Crestmont Community Association’s Kid’s Day is this Sunday from 11am to 2:30pm

Check out all the action!!!

There will be:

Here are some of the photos from last year


Calgary Signal Hill All Candidates Debate

2015 September 11

For Immediate Release

The Calgary Leadership Forum Announces its All Candidates Debate for
Calgary Signal Hill Sunday Sept 20
th, 12:30pm to 3:00pm

You’re Invited to attend Calgary Signal Hill All Candidates Debate
Sunday, Sept 20th, 1:00pm -3:00pm
Meet and Greet     12:30pm – 1:00pm


Strathcona Christie Aspen Community Assoc 277 Strathcona Dr SW

Candidates include;

Conservative – Ron Liepert
Green   – Taryn Knorren

Liberal – Kerry Cundal
Libertarian – Tim Moen

NDP     – Khalis Ahmed

Hosted by The Calgary Leadership Forum


Calgary Signal Hill includes the communities of:
Aspen Woods, Bowness, Christie Park, Cougar Ridge, Crestmont, Discovery Ridge, Glamorgan,
Glenbrook, Glendale, Patterson, Rosscarrock, Signal Hill, Springbank Hill, Spruce Cliff, Strathcona Park,
The Slopes, Valley Ridge, Westgate, West Springs & Wildwood

For more Information Contact Brian Lee 403.607.7444

Ward 1 Parks Update

2015 July 29

Please see the link below for a detailed update from the Office of Councillor Ward Sutherland regarding the parks projects in Ward 1

Ward 1 Parks Projects Combined-July2015


Pet licensing brings pets home and helps to fund some shelter programs

2015 July 6

Pet licensing brings pets home and helps to fund some shelter programs

 Pet licenses are more than just a tag around pet’s neck, they are their ticket home if they are lost. Fees collected from licenses help many of the other animals who come into the shelter. Every week Animal Services takes in an average of 70 stray pets and 17 of those are returned to their owners the same day through the drive home program. In fact because of pet licensing, Calgary has the highest return to owner and lowest euthanization rates in North America. Beyond reuniting pets with their owners, licences help to fund emergency vet care for stray dogs and cats, no cost spay/neuter programs for eligible Calgarians and so much more. Visit to learn more about how licensing can benefit you and your fur family.

Communications, Animal & Bylaw Services


East Paskapoo Slopes: information sessions

2015 June 17

The City of Calgary Planning, Development & AssessmentThe City of Calgary has completed its review of the proposed development for the eastern Paskapoo Slopes.

These information sessions are an opportunity for the public to view the proposal that Calgary Planning Commission (CPC) is recommending to Council and find out more information about the July 20, 2015 Public Hearing of Council.

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Location: Irish Cultural Society in Bowness,
6452 35 Ave N.W.
Time: Drop by any time between 6 to 8:30 p.m.

Date: Monday, June 29, 2015
Location: Calgary French and International School,
700 77 St. S.W.
Time: Drop by any time between 6 to 8:30 p.m.

On June 4, CPC approved the Outline Plan (with conditions) and is recommending that City Council approve the Land Use Amendment and Policy Amendment, once the terms of a special development agreement between the applicant and The City can be reached.

Further application details are available at

Public Hearing of Council details are available on the project’s public engagement page and in this brochure from City Clerk’s.

Annual Spring Clean-up Event

2015 May 2
Crestmont Fountain by Aduro Photography

Photo by Aduro Photography

On June 14 2015 we are having our community yearly clean up.

We will be having two city garbage trucks and one organic truck along with metal and clothing recycling. The trucks will be in our parking lot at 12400 Crestmont Boulevard SW, Calgary, AB T3B 5W5 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

We will also have hot dogs, Spolumbos, pop and coffee for all who help out cleaning up Crestmont. A very cool prize for the most garbage collected and a prize for the strangest item brought in will be awarded.


Trinity Hills Development Update

2015 April 6
Trinity Hills

Click to download PDF poster

There will be a development update for the Trinity Hills project east of Canada Olympic Park

Wednesday April 1, 2015
6:00pm to 8:30pm
Calgary French & International School
700 – 77 Street SW