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  • Roads crews are ready for winter

    City of Calgary Roads crews are ready for whatever this winter might bring. Crews clear snow from roads on a council approved priority basis. Priority 1 routes, major roads that carry more than 20,000 vehicles per day like Crowchild Trail, are cleare...

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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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  • Community bicycle safety

    Now that fall has arrived and many cyclists are transitioning from 'recreation' to 'transportation', a quick reminder of the rules of the road surrounding bikes is always helpful. Shedding light on some of the basic traffic laws affecting cyclists so...

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  • Macleod Trail corridor study summary

    The Macleod Trail Corridor Study is a long term plan outlining how we could transform Macleod Trail from 24 Avenue to Anderson Road into an Urban Boulevard, as per the Calgary Transportation Plan. There is currently no funding for this project, b...

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  • Temporary road closure - Sifton Boulevard

    Updated closure dates as of September 26th: The closure is now anticipated to take place between September 29-October 4, 2014.   In June 2013 the three pedestrian bridges that cross over the Elbow River were damaged beyond repair.  Currently, th...

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  • Sandy Beach bridge update

    The bridge deck is in place at Sandy Beach, but the bridge is not open yet! Although it looks like the new pedestrian bridges over the Elbow River are done when the deck panels go in, a lot of work still needs to be done before the bridges can ...

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  • Elbow River pedestrian bridges replacement update August 2014

    Over the summer construction work has been taking place in your community along to Elbow River to replace the three pedestrian bridges that were damaged in the June 2013 flood. The project is proceeding well and is still on schedule for the bridges t...

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  • Currie Barracks Summer Open House

    The summer months are usually a busy period for many families, filled with vacations and various summer activities. As a result, until September 18th, The City will be hosting weekly open houses at the Currie Barracks Sales Centre. You are invited to...

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  • Changes to Playground and School Zone Hours

    On July 22, 2014 Council voted to change playground and school zone timing. Playground zones will be in effect from 7:30 am to 9 pm year round and school zones will be in effect from 7:30 am to 9 pm on school days. The changes made to the playground ...

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  • Brian's Beat: SW Ring Road

    Over the past week the SW Ring Road seems to have been a larger topic of discussion than when the deal was originally approved by the Tsuu T’ina Nation!  In the furor for media headlines and punchy tag lines, many have either attempted to surmise my ...

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