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  • New Windsor Park Fire Station 11

    On December 10, 2014 the new Windsor Park Fire Station 11 officially opened. The original fire station building was built in 1957, it had reached the end of its lifecycle and modern firefighting equipment and vehicles no longer fit in the building. T...

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  • The City's role in completing the Calgary ring road

    The Government of Alberta is planning to complete Calgary’s ring road, with construction beginning on the southwest link in the next two years. To plan for a complete road network, the right connections between the ring road and the city are necessar...

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  • Citizens' View

    Each year, The City conducts research and engagement to get a better understanding of citizen’s preferences, needs and satisfaction levels with our programs and services. On October 20, The City launched an online research panel called Citizens’ View...

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  • Reporting crime in your community

    In many communities incidents such as theft from a vehicle, suspicious activities or repeat traffic violations go unreported to police. People think these activities are not worth reporting, but they are. By reporting incidents like these, the Cal...

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  • Palliser Bayview Pumphill - new community programming

    Hardworking volunteers and the Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association have been working together to start new community programs to meet the social, recreational and educational needs of area residents. This has resulted in new programs bein...

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  • Brian's Beat: Haiti - Rain, nature’s sanitation system

    It is raining tonight. No, let me be specific, it is a full on tropical downpour and it has been going for a couple of hours. The thunderstorms here can be quite glorious, they last a long time and rattle around in the hills, and unlike Calgary, they...

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  • Brian's Beat: Haiti - A perennial garden

    I landed in Port-Au-Prince at 3:15, at my hotel and in planning meetings by 5:30. Thinking back on my arrival here six months ago, I was considerably more prepared this time. While the noise, heat and humidity is overwhelming at the airport (your fir...

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  • Park n' Play and Stay n' Play

    Looking for some free, high quality programs for your kids this summer?  Community & Neighbourhood Services offers a variety of programs including many different activities.  Their programs are designed to help children make new friends, along wi...

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  • Graffiti concerns

    Graffiti is a problem in many communities across Calgary. It can take the form of figures, letters, drawings or stickers on the surface of a premises, structure or piece of property. Graffiti is not applied with just paint or markers; it can also be ...

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  • Family and Community Support Services

    Did you know that The City of Calgary helps fund 77 non-profit agencies that work to prevent serious social issues, such as crime, poverty and neighbourhood decline? These programs are available for people from all walks of life — from children to se...

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