The Crestmont Homeowner’s Association is having a Movie in the Park event. Here is their poster. Note the change of location to the Crestmont West park…
In order to fully serve our community, we need your feedback! Please take a few moments to share your opinions and comments through our 2021 Survey.
The CCA is listening to our neighbours about your concerns regarding speeding and other traffic issues in various places in Crestmont. If you would be willing to join a committee regarding traffic calming, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now is the time to renew or purchase your CCA membership. All the perks of membership, access to events, and community information with the added opportunity to win a $250 Visa gift card kindly sponsored by Scott Brayshaw with Re/Max Real Estate (Central). We are aiming for 150 member households for the 2021 year, which means your odds of winning are better than 1 in 150! Don’t delay, purchase your membership by clicking “Become a Member” above!
Please save April 16, 2021 in your calendars as the date of our 2021 AGM. Details and location TBA. Due to Covid19 restrictions, we are working on an online option to ensure all who want to attend have the opportunity to do so.
In the past, doggie doo has been a major issue around Crestmont. Your friendly neighbourhood Crestmont Community Association has come up with and idea that we hope will help to address the issue.
We have designed, built, and installed EIGHT custom doggie poop bag dispensers throughout Crestmont. The doggie bags inside have been generously donated by Scott Brayshaw – RE/MAX Real Estate (Central) so please thank him when you see him. Here are the install locations…
Every one of the eight dispensers is installed just below the blue “RUFF, RUFF, RUFF!” signs that Qualico has installed at appropriate places in the community.
We need your help! Please pick up after your pet. Now, if you happen to have left your house and forgot your doggie poop bags, we got your back. Feel free to pull a couple bags from the dispenser and do your doggie parent’s duty.
Also, each of the eight dispensers has a black number on the side of it. If you notice that one is running low on bags, or there is something wrong with it, please let us know by emailing email@example.com and note the dispenser number on the side. We will do our best to address the issue promptly.
If you find that the dispenser is at the end of a roll, and you can’t seem to get a new bag free, the lid opens and the plexiglass slides up to give you more room to navigate the rolls inside. Just be careful all the rolls don’t come tumbling out when you lift the plexiglass up.
If everyone does their part, we can keep Crestmont free of doggie doo, and ensure that our community is clean and a pleasure to walk around and enjoy.
Robert Herritt of Styro-Go shows off just how compressed styrofoam can get. (Madeleine Cummings/CBC)
Did you know that styrofoam can be recycled? Your Crestmont Community Association wants you to save up your styrofoam, along with all the other things that are outside of the City of Calgary recycling program for the first ever Crestmont Recycling Day!
Join us at the Crestmont Hall on August 30th from 11:00am until 2:00pm along with some incredible Calgary businesses that specialize in keeping recyclable materials out of the landfills.
Stay tuned for more information as the date gets closer, but here are some of the items that we will be collecting:
- Styrofoam (confirmed) StyroGo
- Paint (confirmed) CCA via Spy Hill Landfill
- Bottles (confirmed) CCA
- Metal (confirmed) Navajo Metals
- Electronics (confirmed) Quantum Lifecycle (formerly GEEP)
- Child Car Seats (confirmed cost $15/seat) Re-Matt
- Clothing & Household Donations (confirmed) WINS
- Tires (confirmed) CCA via Spy Hill Landfill
- Mattresses (confirmed cost $20/mattress) Re-Matt
* It is crucial that you understand what can and can not be accepted at the Crestmont Recycle Day event. YOU CANNOT BRING:
- Compost Material or Green Cart Items
- Plastic, Cardboard or other Blue Cart Items
- Ammunition, guns, and knives
- Baby / Children’s equipment – cribs, cradles, bassinets, high chairs, swings, bath seats or bath rings, baby walkers, booster seats, strollers or carriages, playpens, and safety gates.
- Gas Powered lawn mowers and trimmers
- Pianos or large organs
- Plastic goods with P7 Code
- Toiletries that have been opened (shampoo, lotions, etc.)
- Used helmets (ski, hockey, bicycle or in-line)
- Used plastic storage ware or canning jars
- VHS, 8 track tapes, cassettes tapes
- Fluorescent light bulbs & tubes
* Vendors have specific lists of what they can and can not accept as well. Please observe the following lists before you show up on recycling day:
Here is a list of items that the Women In Need Society is and is not accepting
Here is a list of items that Navajo Metals will not accept
If you are interested in volunteering to help us put on this event, please reach out.
Watch here on the CCA website for more details as we finalize them.