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:
- Fun & Games
- Bouncy Houses
- Visits from the Calgary Fire Department and Calgary Police Service
- Representatives from the Al Azhar Shriners and their awesome BBQ
- Food, Drinks & Treats
For Immediate Release
The Calgary Leadership Forum Announces its All Candidates Debate for
Calgary Signal Hill Sunday Sept 20th, 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
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
Please see the link below for a detailed update from the Office of Councillor Ward Sutherland regarding the parks projects in Ward 1
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 Calgary.ca to learn more about how licensing can benefit you and your fur family.
Communications, Animal & Bylaw Services
The 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 calgary.ca/eastpaskapoo.
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.
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
It is that time of year again for the Crestmont Community Association Annual General Meeting.
Join us on April 10th at 7:00pm at the Crestmont Hall for Refreshments and Appetizers, and bring your enthusiasm and support for the CCA.
Why not throw your hat into the ring and run for any of the open board positions.
All active CCA members are able to vote, so please come and join us.
Crestmont Community Association
Annual General Meeting
April 10th, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Come one, come all to the Bowness Park reopening – “Ice-Breaker” on Saturday, February 07th , 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.
An invitation to attend and celebrate the re-opening of Bowness Park, after undergoing a major redevelopment from the 2013 flood and the 2014 fall snow storm . The 4 hour event is a public drop-in skating party with hot chocolate/coffee and light refreshments. The festivities are being organized in partnership with The City of Calgary Parks and the Bowness Community Association.
Food trucks will be on site serving light refreshments while supplies last for an estimate attendance of 750 people. Food will then be made available for purchase.
Horse drawn wagon rides have also been arranged, with the route being posted in the Park.
KidSport, a national not-for-profit organization will be on site lending out skates for those who require them, who either forgot them at home or do not own skates.