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.
Here’s a peek at some of Shaganappi’s friendly faces showing you around the neighbourhood. Created for our membership drive, it’s a warm hug to all of you during these difficult times especially.
This website connects kids, teens and parents with locations around the city where free food can be found. This includes food hampers, lunches and cooked meals that are donated by members of our community. There is a food finder location
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+
Brava Development Corp will be constructing a brand new 5-story (16 meter), 73 unit apartment building at 1403 26A Street SW in the summer of 2019. The property was part of a 4-lot land assembly/consolidation on the northwest corner of
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.
In addition to being located close to downtown and the Bow River, Shaganappi features great recreation spaces, local amenities and businesses, multiple quality restaurants, two LRT stations, direct connections to the regional bike network, and a thriving elementary public school.
Neighbour Day is fast approaching on June 16th we are looking forward to seeing everyone and celebrating another year. Last year we had the privilege of celebrating Canada 150. One of our Shaganappi Celebrates Canada 150 event volunteers, Chelsea Cook
Following Administrations decision of a Refusal for MATCO’s Soccer Dome Development Permit, Councillor Woolley wished to issue a statement of his offices position. Please click “Read More” and click the link to see it. MATCO Soccer Dome – April 18,
RNDSQR, a local development company, is proposing a new two story commercial development at 3110, 3112, and 3118 17th Ave SW. RNDSQR and Civics Works, a planning and design consulting firm, are hosting an engagement with interested residents on February