The Culture, Parks and Recreation Infrastructure Investment Plan (CPRIIP) and the Emergency Response Infrastructure Investment Plan (ERIIP) are strategic, long-range capital planning documents that outline community infrastructure investment priorities. These projects reflect citizen and community priorities, and represent the cultural, social, recreational and safety needs of Calgarians. They are essential elements in the vibrant urban fabric that makes Calgary a great place to live, work - and stay.
Through extensive community consultation, citizens have indicated that access to sport, art, culture and leisure activities - whether through facilities or parks and outdoor spaces - are vital to their quality of life. Protecting their communities and keeping their homes and families safe through timely emergency response remains important to Calgarians. Communities want to preserve and improve existing facilities and amenities to ensure they remain available for future generations, and also develop new spaces as their neighbourhoods and needs change and grow.
The CPRIIP and ERIIP include new projects to address city growth needs, as well as lifecycle needs to address ongoing maintenance and upgrades to existing facilities.
View the map and list of future Ward 11 projects or the full document for all future City priority projects for more information.
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