Calgary's Community Associations are vital in creating and sustaining communities throughout the city. With more than 150 Community Associations, Calgary boasts a diverse group of volunteers who support community programs and events, community safety, and community development initiatives.
The City's Neighbourhood Partnership Coordinators work with community associations to support organizational development and recreation program development.
Information and resources supporting the work community associations, and other organized community groups, can be found below.
Resources for Community Associations
Federation of Calgary Communities - The Federation of Calgary Communities also offers additional resources to members, community associations and social groups; including recommendations for urban planning, a virtual resource centre, planning committee guide and more.
Find a community centre
Research about Calgary communities
Community Newsletter content
Food and yard waste bylaw for businesses and organizations
Good neighbor practices
Organizational Health Self-Assessment Tool
Lease & Licence of Occupation
Community Partner Reference Guide: Lease or Licence of Occupation (LOC)
Recycling bylaw for businesses and organizations