Share this page Print

Ward News

  • Share

  • Introducing Rollin Stanley

    The City of Calgary welcomes Rollin Stanley as our new General Manager of Planning, Development, and Assessment. Rollin comes to us with 30 years of planning experience in the US and Canada, most recently with Washington DC’s Montgomery County, where...

    Read More

  • Green cart pilot update

    Update as of September 2012: Since rolling out green carts more than six months ago, Waste and Recycling have tested the carts through two seasons and continue to collect important information from residents and their collectors to help shape their ...

    Read More

  • Framework for Growth and Change

    Update as of August 2012: City Council approved another phase of the Framework for Growth and Change at its meeting on 7 May 2012. The next step in this critical and complicated process is for City Administration to return in October with a prioriti...

    Read More

  • 2012-2014 business plan and budget cycle

    Council approved the 2012-2014 Business Plan and Budget Cycle in late November 2011. Here are The City of Calgary department highlights. ​​       ​​ This content represents the personal views and opinions of the Ward Councillor and should not...

    Read More

  • Autochalk pilot project

    The Calgary Parking Authority plans to pilot a new, automated parking enforcement tool in the Ward 7 communities of Hillhurst Sunnyside and Briar Hill, in an effort to boost enforcement while improving convenience for residents. The Autochalk syste...

    Read More

  • Best Bar None

    To ensure a fun, safe night out on the town, Best Bar None, a program promoting higher public safety and customer service standards for bars and nightclubs, was launched in January. Based on a successful program out of the UK and introduced in Edmon...

    Read More

  • Bow to Bluff - citizen-led engagement

    Over several months last fall the Bow to Bluff team asked Calgarians to contribute ideas on how to revitalize the public corridor along the Sunnyside LRT line from the Bow River to McHugh Bluff. The Bow to Bluff project, spearheaded by a city-wide g...

    Read More

  • Centre City clean to the core

    For the past five years, the Centre City team has been working diligently to make our downtown core a friendly, safe and vibrant place. Through the graffiti abatement program, Clean to the Core and enhanced streetscapes, they have achieved great succ...

    Read More

  • Dalhousie playground project

    In the spring of 2012, the Dalhousie Community Association met with The City of Calgary and the Parks Foundation to discuss the process of replacing the existing playground equipment located in front of the Dalhousie Community Centre. Two years later...

    Read More

  • Pop-up patios

    Cities across North America are transforming some of their on-street parking spaces into restaurant patios and tiny parks. Alderman Druh Farrell first discovered these types of pop-up cafes and parklets while visiting Halifax for a conference, but s...

    Read More

Access City Services

For non-emergency service


311 connects citizens with non-emergency services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Download the app

Available for iPhone in App Store and Android in Google Play store.

Request service online

Submit a request

For City news and information search and follow the City on social media.