Maps, profile and guidebooks
On this page:
Ward boundary maps for 2021 Election
Ward boundaries have been updated for the 2021 General Election. Learn more about the Ward Boundary Review process. Note: These boundaries will not come into effect until Election Day and should only be used for campaigning purposes.
Ward boundary maps (PDF version) in effect on Election day, October 18, 2021.
All maps are 11 by 17 inches (or two sheets of 8.5 by 11 inches) unless otherwise indicated. Ward boundaries data in other formats (i.e. CSV, KML and Sharefile) is also available on The City of Calgary’s Open Calgary data portal.
Ward profiles for the 2021 Election
Ward profiles provide information about the population living in private households in each ward such as, age, education, employment and income. The profiles are based on data from the 2016 Census of Canada.
School board trustee wards and guidebooks
Alberta School Board Association (ASBA): Election Resources - includes Trustee Election Guide (available in French and English); Trustee Campaign Checklist; and various provincial legislation, resources and information packages.
Public school board trustees
One trustee is elected for each of the following:
- Wards 1 and 2
- Wards 3 and 4
- Wards 5 and 10
- Wards 6 and 7
- Wards 8 and 9
- Wards 11 and 13
- Wards 12 and 14
Separate school board trustees
One trustee elected for each of the following:
- Trustee Ward 1 - City of Calgary Wards 1 and 2 and Cochrane
- Trustee Ward 2 - City of Calgary Wards 3 and 5 and Airdrie
- Trustee Ward 3 - City of Calgary Wards 4 and 7
- Trustee Ward 4 - City of Calgary Wards 6 and 8
- Trustee Ward 5 - City of Calgary Wards 9 and 10 and Chestermere
- Trustee Ward 6 - City of Calgary Wards 11 and 12
- Trustee Ward 7 - City of Calgary Wards 13 and 14
A Candidates' Guide: Running for Municipal Office in Alberta
This guide from Municipal Affairs (Government of Alberta) is intended for candidates seeking nomination and election in municipal elections in Alberta in the 2021 general election year. Members of the general public and election officials may also use the guide to better understand requirements of candidates and their role in the municipal election process.
Profiles for each Calgary community are available on Community profiles.
Calgary’s community profiles provide information about the population living in private households in each community from the 2016 Federal Census. The Federal Census is conducted every five years, with the next census taking place in 2021.
Note: The information on this website is provided for the convenience of reference only. Candidates are subject to further requirements in the Local Authorities Election Act. Candidates are advised to refer to the LAEA and obtain legal advice regarding the full extent of their obligations.