Caution | Mandatory Outdoor Water Restrictions

Due to continued dry conditions, mandatory Stage 1 Outdoor Water Restrictions are in place until further notice.

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  • Community events - CFD

    Using engagement with local residents to manage issues with perceptions, values, and improve fire safety knowledge. Children Seniors (isolated, aging in place) ESL/new immigrants People with disabilities Low income High residential density Youth fire setters Ongoing community cost? No

  • Graffiti Abatement program

    If a property owner is unable to remove graffiti, assistance from the Corporate Coordinated Graffiti Abatement Program can be requested, free of charge. Ongoing community cost? No - The City reserves the right to decline services in certain circumstances.

  • Business licensing

    ​Oversees several licensing bylaws and encourages responsible business practices by meeting bylaw requirements, business owner needs, and achieving public and community safety. Contact at 403-268-5311 for more information. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Livery Transport Services

    ​Regulates and licenses taxi and limousine industry to cultivate public trust and industry confidence. Improving public safety and security when getting in a taxi. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Off-leash ambassador program

    ​A volunteer-led approach to educating citizens about responsible pet ownership and safety in off leash areas. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Safety Expo

    ​Community education and prevention program promoting public safety. Each year, Safety Expo hosts grade 5 and 6 students at fun, interactive displays and workshops. The lessons meet Alberta Education Health and Wellness curriculum requirements. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Licensing cats and dogs

    ​Licensing pets not only help to reunite lost cats and dogs with their owners, it also helps to educate pet owners about the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw. Ongoing community costs? No

  • Report bus shelter vandalism

    ​If you see someone damaging a shelter, call 911 immediately. If you notice a shelter has been damaged and needs repair: Call 403-262-1000. Report via 311 online services. Call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 to report anonymously someone who has vandalized a shelter or if you have evidence of someone vandalizing a shelter. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Maintenance of Transit stops

    ​For bus stop maintenance, such as a fallen/missing post or sign, a report can be submitted via The City's 311 or by calling Calgary Transit at 403-262-1000. Ongoing Community Costs? No

  • Transit watch

    ​Transit Watch is a public awareness and education campaign, encouraging Calgary Transit staff and customers to help keep Calgary Transit safe by being aware of their surroundings and alert to activities, packages or situations that seem suspicious. If something out of the ordinary is observed, it should be reported immediately to the bus or light rail operator, uniformed Calgary Transit Peace Officer, or law enforcement authorities. Report suspicious individuals or situation. Call 911 immediately. Contact Calgary Transit Transit Watch at 403-262-1000. Ongoing community cost? No

  • School Resource Officers

    Calgary Police Officers located at almost every high school in the city, as well as numerous junior high and elementary schools. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Victim assistance (VAST)

    ​Victim Assistance Support Team provides a listening ear and practical assistance to victims of crime and trauma within the city. Ongoing community cost? No

  • Playgrounds

    ​Calgary Parks inspects playgrounds eleven times per year to provide a range of safe, accessible, and affordable recreational opportunities. Ongoing community costs? No

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