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  • Flood damaged pathways updated

    Pathways along the Bow and Elbow Rivers were heavily impacted by the June 2013 flood. At the height of the flood, 93 km of pathway were closed. Since then, The City of Calgary Parks has been working to repair and reconnect the pathway system. Almost ...

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  • Traffic Concerns

    Many communities across Calgary are faced with traffic challenges, whether it's speeding, short cutting, or pedestrian and cyclist safety issues. The City of Calgary created the Traffic Calming Policy to help mitigate traffic issues, and to help us p...

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  • Inspiring Strong Neighbourhoods

    In March 2013, The City of Calgary launched a new pilot project called Inspiring Strong Neighbourhoods. This is a community-led initiative that empowers Calgarians to identify opportunities and make recommendations to The City about municipal program...

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  • After the flood - hiring legitimate contractors

    We have all seen the generous outpouring of support from volunteers and business organizations during the recent flood event in Calgary and the days following which included hours of hard work cleaning up damaged properties.  If you are someone who’s...

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  • Flood Update

    Our thoughts are with those of you who have been affected by the recent flooding in Calgary. We are working diligently with City staff to assist you in this time of need and thank you for your patience. We are only just beginning to recover from this...

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  • Keeping pedestrians on the move

    Calgary’s downtown core continues to be a hotbed for new major projects. Currently there are 20 major construction sites in the downtown core requiring on-street detours or overhead structures to maintain an open walkway. As we approach the busy con...

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  • An introduction to Calgary Municipal Land Corporation

    The community of East Village has had its share of struggles over the years and I’m proud to have initiated the current transformation that’s taking place. Left to languish over decades, Calgary had a unique opportunity to rehabilitate a large riverf...

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  • Cycle tracks

    Calgary’s Making Tracks – Cycle Tracks! Calgary is a great city for cycling! Calgarians are quick to point out our pathways as a favourite feature of our city. Our extensive network of pathways was ahead of its time when first planned in the late 19...

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  • Fluoride Update dental health programs for children of low income families

    With the removal of fluoride from the City of Calgary’s drinking water in 2011, City Council agreed to use some of the $750,000 budget savings to support dental health for children living in poverty. Although dental health is the responsibility of th...

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  • Sidewalk local improvements

    Welcome news for homeowners in communities with aging infrastructure! In March, City Council voted to change the local improvement bylaw, ending the previous 50% cost-sharing policy for sidewalk replacement work. From now on, when The City identifie...

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