The Crestmont Hall was vandalized on October 17th likely sometime after 11:30pm. This activity has been reported to the police. There was significant damage done. The concrete garbage bin was thrown off the side of parking lot near the rink. There were several large concrete blocks broken all over in the parking lot causing a serious safety risk. I myself almost crashed into them in the parking lot this afternoon at 1:30pm. Also a concrete sewer grate was stolen and a garbage bin had to be stuffed in there for now. Please take caution in the parking lot!
We need to be on the watch for any suspicious behavior and please report it by calling the non-emergency line at 403-266-1234.
The last reported crime that we are aware of happened on October 9th, where a laptop and sunglasses were taken from a car. This activity was reported. Thank you to the neighbor who informed us of this!
We need to report these crimes, so that the police can identify patterns and better direct patrols.
Please pass this info along and let’s put a stop to the crime in our neighborhood!
Remember in emergencies or crimes in progress CALL 9-1-1
If your vehicle has been broken into and property has been stolen please report this using the police online system: http://www.calgary.ca/cps/
Qualico invites you to the Crestmont Community Town Hall meeting on Saturday, October 18 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
The purpose of this meeting is a presentation and discussion on Qualico’s plans for future development of the lands west of Crestmont.
The meeting will take place at the Crestmont Hall.
Snowfall Tree Debris Management
Recent snowfall has caused damage to many trees throughout the city, leaving tree debris on both private property and City property.
All three City landfills – Spyhill, Shepard and East Calgary – are accepting tree debris from the snowstorm at no charge until further notice. Customers arriving at the scalehouse should identify that they are bringing tree debris and must not mix the debris with any other waste material for it to be accepted free of charge.
Alternatively, tree debris can be cut into 4-foot pieces in length and stacked beside waste and recycling carts to be picked up with regular collection or at a later date, depending on our resources.
To help keep regular garbage and recycling pickup on schedule, and to avoid damaging City equipment, we ask that Calgarians do not put tree debris in their blue, black or green carts.
Calgarians may notice a disruption with City services such as power outages in City facilities and delayed garbage and recycling collection due to tree debris blocking back lanes. We thank Calgarians for their patience as City crews work to manage all effects of the recent snowfall.
Please be safe as many drooping tree limbs still pose a safety threat. We continue to work on a debris management plan and will communicate with Calgarians later today how we will be proceeding. At this time, we are still focused on emergency response to fallen tree debris on roads and impacts from power outages throughout the city. Safety is our current priority.
See more at: http://www.calgarycitynews.com/#sthash.SYUB20dR.dpuf
The City of Calgary continues to respond to restore City infrastructure and facilities and crews are working around the clock to get things back to normal. Please visit the one-stop page of ongoing updates here , (which is also available from a yellow banner on calgary.ca ).
Other updates are available including:
- Calgary City News Blog
- the City’s Facebook
- and Twitter pages
This Monday, Calgary City Council will vote on an issue that will cause major changes to our
community. They will vote on building a new retail center larger than Market Mall right at the
bottom of the hill where the current interchange is.
This development will force all traffic (residential, commercial, retail) into one single intersection.
The result will be longer commute times and jeopardize emergency access to and from our
View a map of the proposed development.
For more information you can view the eMail we sent out to the community newsletter list.
Are you excited? Sunday September 7th from 11am – 3pm is the Crestmont Community Association’s 2nd Annual Kids Day!
Last year’s event was a great success and this year is going to be even better!!! Mark your calendar now and get your youngsters prepared for a day of fun and games and fantastic treats!
Watch this website for updates.
Visit the photo album on our Facebook Page for photos of this year’s event.
Hello Crestmont Neighbors!
Please come to the CCA meeting next Thursday August 21st at 8pm at the Crestmont Hall. We need your help…
- We are trying to form a crime watch committee and looking for leaders
- We have our 2nd annual Kids Day event coming on Sunday September 7th and need volunteers for the event
- We are looking for a Vice President for the CCA
- Other CCA Director positions are open
- We have development updates you should be aware of
- We will be voting on upcoming events, new committees, and new Directors
Come on out next Thursday and show your support to the Crestmont community, we need your help.
CCA – Crestmont Community Association
Here is a message from a local resident on August 5th, 2014…
10:15 am today I saw the same guy who has been going through our recycling bins and weaving in between homes in our community.This time he was working with another man. They would load up their large green bag and other garbage bags and empty them in their red car.Once again I reported this to the police and they said they would send someone out.What was interesting is that another man (blond hair) in a FJ Cruiser with custom BC license plate approached one of the men and had a conversation with him. The FJ Cruiser was also driving around our neighborhood but then parked on Cresthaven Rise and Cresthaven Way.Not sure if these guys are linked in any way or why the driver of the cruiser would stop to speak to one of these characters but please keep your eyes out and report anything even if remotely suspicious.
Please stay sharp and report any suspicious activity to the police immediately, it does not matter if you think it is important or not.
Update: Apparently the guy from BC is going door to door with a clipboard and a backpack. If anyone has any information please let us know… are you on the WhatsApp community network?
Hey Crestmont Community!
It’s time to start thinking about Beakerhead (September 10 – 14, 2014), and this year’s goal is to inspire Calgarians of all ages, far and wide to join in exploring their creativity. Beakerhead is opening an entertaining door to the world of science and engineering.
There’s nothing better than engaging with Calgary’s vibrant culture, and Beakerhead wants to make sure you don’t miss out so come be a part of the craziest Art, Science, and Engineering spectacle the world has ever seen!
For more information visit the Beakerhead website.
The Calgary Board of Education will be hosting a consultant presentation on designs for the modernization projects at Bowness and Jack James high schools and the construction of Evergreen Middle School and the Christine Meikle replacement school. The presentations will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 6 from 6-7 p.m. at the Education Centre at 1221 8 St. S.W.
Free underground parking is available off 12 Avenue S.W. during the event.
For residents who are unable to attend, CBE will be keeping the public informed and always welcome input on this important project on their website at http://www.cbe.ab.ca/schools/underdev/default.asp.
The CBE will also be holding another similar open house on the evening of Sept. 17.