Many socio-demographic topics are being raised at a time while we continue to battle a pressing pandemic situation; a reminder for all of us to support and respect family and friends, coworkers, neighbours and fellow community members. Your community association is here are here to serve ALL members of our community through our leadership, awareness, and support.
Thanks to funding from TDParks, support from The City of Calgary Parks and an eager volunteer team from Suncor Energy, Shaganappi’s beloved gully area was bustling with restoration activity on Thursday. Under the warm sunshine, a hardworking crew of 20+
Elliot Lindsay of Trout Unlimited has provided the Shaganappi Community Association with a slide show of what was accomplished at our Shaganappi Creek in partnership with the City of Calgary, the Co-op Community Spaces Fund and the Shaganappi Community Association.
Thank you to all residents who attended any engagement sessions offered on the Crowchild Trail Corridor Study in 2015 and 2016. The City heard our concern that there needed to be a variety and multiple engagement sessions to capture views
Don’t forget to recycle your leaves and pumpkins! City drop-off points are now open until November 6th.
You already have a black cart and a blue cart. Soon you will have a green cart too! The City’s Green Cart Program will roll out to all single family homes in spring 2017.
#GetMovingYYC is an awareness-raising campaign and a series of community based initiatives to get more Calgarians, more active, more often.