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Residential Speed Limit: What we Heard

In October 2020, the Crescent Heights Community Association (CHCA) engaged the community through an online survey to gather input on traffic and speed related issues in our community. The input was used to help us arrive at a position on City Administration’s recommendation to reduce the unposted speed limit on residential streets. After being posted for a short period of time the survey received 161 confirmed responses from residents of Crescent Heights. 

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Big Planning Changes Proposed in Crescent Heights

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We’re seeking resident feedback on these changes. Please take five minutes to complete this survey at

The City of Calgary is making changes to our community development and planning process.   Specifically, our community will be governed by two new plans: The Guidebook for Great Communities (the Guidebook), and the North Hill Communities Local Area Plan (NHCLAP). Both documents are in a final stage of revisions as directed by council on July 27th, 2020 and anticipated to be approved in January 2021.

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Paint & Play in the Park

Connect with your neighbours while helping us paint two games tables and three artist-designed benches for our community! We will also have physical distancing games by Recess Calgary and live music by Fiona Marchetto & Linus Hynes. Please bring your own mask (mandatory) to this event and we will have hand sanitizer and cleaning protocols to keep everyone safe. This event will be outdoors.

This initiative is supported by the Federation of Calgary Communities #CommunityCollabs and @ParkPeopleCA @TDCanada @TDFEF #TDParkPeople #TDReadyCommitment

Crescent Heights Drive-In Movie Night Sept 18

Join us Friday Sept.18 for the first-ever Crescent Heights Community Association (CHCA) Drive-In Movie! We’ll be presenting the classic film, The Little Prince to celebrate the end of summer!

Tickets $10-$40 with outdoor (bring-your-own-chair) as well as vehicle tickets: Ticket proceeds will go the the CHCA for more awesome events and projects!

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Pathway and River Cleanup Now September 18-20

The annual Pathway and River Cleanup was rescheduled this year due to, er, well, you know. But it’s back on for September and rejigged as a three-day event from the 18th to the 20th. This is what we got from Parks Program Coordinator Hadi Fares in late July: 

“The City of Calgary is excited to announce that we are moving forward with the 53rd Pathway and River Cleanup! The Pathway and River Cleanup will be a three-day event, running September 18-20, coinciding with World Cleanup Day. Although the spirit of the cleanup is the same, it will look a little different this year.  You and your team can choose Friday, September 18th, Saturday, September 19th, or Sunday, September 20th to complete your cleanup. City staff will be available all three days to top up supplies, answer questions, and help with any cleanup requests.

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