Coming up on May 27th is the annual VRCA & CCA Multi-Community Garage Sale. Please fill out the registration form to have your home added to the list.
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The homes that have registered and will be part of this event include:
|Address||Details on what you have for sale (optional)|
|104 Crestmont Drive SW||-children’s toys, clothes, kitchen items, home decor|
|11 Crestridge Hts SW||Home décor; household items|
|12418 Crestmont Blvd||Treadmill, playpens, kids high chairs, religious pictures framed, toys, house hold, miscellaneous|
|12418 Crestmont Blvd|
|12423 Crestmont Blvd. SW||GUC single mattress and box spring; patio table and chairs|
|139 Crestmont Drive SW||household items, power tools, hand tools, air compressors, propane heaters, ladders, clothing, outdoor furniture, office furniture, dvds, electronics, small appliances, etc.|
|146 Crestridge Way SW||sporting goods, household items, furniture|
|15 Crestridge Way SW||Children’s toys, household items|
|157 Crestridge way||Furniture, decorations, electronics|
|23 Crestridge Way SW||Household items, children’s toys, furniture, clothing, décor for children’s rooms, bikes|
|26 Cresthaven View SW||woodworking tools, Collectibles including Plastic Models and sports cards, Misc.|
|311 Cresthaven Place SW||Bike, tools, lamp, toys|
|34 Cresthaven View SW||TV’s, garage items, tools, household items, furniture and yard tools.|
|37 Cresthaven Way Sw|
|4 Crestridge Way S.W.||Household items|
|418 Cresthaven Place SW||home décor, antique furniture, hardwood dining room table, hardwood Chinese motif dining chairs, other|
|49 Cresthaven Rise S.W.||Snowboards, inline skates, sports cards, household goods, vases, shoes, décor, holiday, miscellaneous|
|50 Cresthaven Way SW||Furniture & appliances, home decor, childrens toys and games, collectibles, clothing, tools, etc…Little bit of everything…|
|62 Cresthaven Way SW||Household items, games, craft supplies, furniture, toys and craft supplies (rainbow loom, beading etc), Tween/xs clothing, children’s/adult books, dresser, bookshelf, kitchen items, house decorative items, electronics|
|64 Cresthaven Way SW||kitchen items, toys and games, children’s clothing, home décor, light fixtures, etc.|
|84 Crestmont Way SW||Golf & sports equipment & accessories, Wall Hangings, Pictures, Mirrors, Decorative Home Items, garden tools, electric snowblower, sports memorabilia (pictures), small furniture (Stools, lamps), automotive supplies / cleaning supplies|
|90 Crestbrook Hill SW||Large dog kennel, student desk with drawers, love seat, household items, books and more!|
|93 Cresthaven Way SW||Guitar amp, child’s bike, toys, books, etc.|
It is that time of year again on June 26th, 2016 (9am – 1:30pm) when all of Crestmont gets out to clean up their yards, garages, and basements and gathers up the debris and garbage to bring down to the Crestmont Hall where the City of Calgary has packer trucks waiting. GEEP will also have bins for electronics and the Crestmont Community Association will have food, coffee and snacks.
Make it a fun day for your family! We will have pick-up sticks, vests, gloves and garbage bags at the hall so you can take your family out into the neighbourhood green spaces to pick up garbage and debris that blow in from the wind.
This is a FREE event for everyone, although we encourage you to get or renew your Crestmont Community Association Membership if you have not already done so.
Items accepted include:
- furniture decor items
- yard waste & grass clippings
- materials from minor repair work
- general garbage
- mattresses (although we STRONGLY encourage you to recycle your used mattress instead!)
- household electronics
Items NOT accepted:
- chemical products or containers
- oil or oil filters
- car batteries
- propane tanks
We will also set up a free table for items that are still in good condition that you no longer wish to keep. Someone else in the community may be able to use it. It’s all about recycling items in a safe manner.
This is a family friendly event and a good way to teach our children the value of keeping all our spaces clean and to feel like they can contribute in a positive way by giving back to their community.
Please check back here for any updates / changes prior to June 26th.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Community Safety Chat with Constable Price on May 10th. This was a very informative session and we learned a few key points:
- Speed is a personal choice, can you live with the consequences?
- Out-of-sight out-of-mind. If you leave valuables in plain sight in your vehicle, expect that sooner or later they will be removed for you.
- Keep your insurance and registration in your wallet. If someone breaks into your vehicle and your insurance and registration are there, they can simply pull into your garage, close the garage door and use something in your garage to break into your home. Your address is on those documents, so don’t leave them in your vehicle.
- If you see something suspicious then don’t be afraid to call. It is safer to make the call then it is to think “oh it’s probably nothing” and then something gets stolen, damaged or worse. Make the call to 911, they are happy to hear your voice.
- Take flyers off your door, it is a sign to thieves that you are not home. When your neighbours are on holiday take their flyers as well, help out your community.
- Get an alarm system, at the very least it reduces how long a burglar can be in your home. It is better they have 10 – 20 minutes to look around and then get out than if they have the entire day to explore everywhere in your home.
- A Doorbell Camera can notify you when someone is at your door so you can call the police if they are not known to you and try to break in. Most interact with your smartphone so you don’t even have to be home to keep an eye open.
- Do not give money to homeless people. Give money to CUPS and Mustard Seed, etc. The money doesn’t help the homeless people directly and there are several “professional homeless people” that make a lot of money doing it. Maybe even more than you do. If you want to help, give your money to the service providers whose job it is to help the homeless properly.
- Don’t be a vigilante, be the best witness you can be. Especially when it is just property, that can always be replaced. Your life cannot. Everyone has a smartphone or other cameras handy so take pictures, call the police, get the bad guys caught red-handed.
Hey Crestmont, did you know we have our very own Police Constable assigned to our neighbourhood ?
On May 10th, 7pm at the Crestmont Hall Constable Damian Price will be in Crestmont presenting an informative session on how to keep our community safe.
Crestmont is a quiet neighbourhood, however if you view the Calgary Police Service’s Crimes Web Mapping Application there have been 21 incidents of crime in our area in the last 6 months. Keep in mind that those are only the crimes that have been reported. Crestmont homeowners should learn how to effectively report crime and learn to be a good neighbor so we can all help support the residents of this wonderful community.
I hope you can make the time to come down to the Crestmont Hall on May 10th to meet your neighbors, Constable Price and members of the Crestmont Community Association board. We look forward to meeting you.