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South Shaganappi Study: Get involved

The South Shaganappi Study is now in Phase 2: Concept Development and Analysis.

Join them at their upcoming public workshop to share ideas about possible changes to the study area.  With the help of a technical illustrator, you’ll sketch potential designs and explore ways to achieve the study’s goals and objectives.  
Design Idea Workshop
Saturday, April 9, 2016
1 to 3 p.m.
Foothills Academy, Wellness Centre
745 37th St. N.W.
RSVP by April 1 at or call 311.

If you’re unable to attend the workshop, there will also be an opportunity to share your ideas online at starting May 11th.
Please note: A similar workshop for the adjacent communities of Montgomery, Parkdale, and Point McKay has been scheduled. This invite-only event provides those with homes and businesses in close proximity to the study area an opportunity to participate in the same workshop with others who may share similar perspectives. If you live in one of these adjacent communities, please refer to your community newsletter for the RSVP link or watch for an invite in the mail. 

To learn more about the study or to sign up for email updates, visit or call 311.

Visit for more information. 
In 2009, Council approved the Calgary Transportation Plan (CTP). It reclassified Shaganappi Trail to an Arterial Street from a Skeletal Road.  In addition, the CTP confirmed that the Bow River crossing recommendation would be removed. This means that Shaganappi Trail will no longer function as a major north to south connector.
These changes require us to revisit how Shaganappi Trail was designed in the south end. The South Shaganappi Study will work with stakeholders to determine the best way of addressing these challenges and ensure the future design of the study area meets the needs of the community. 
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