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Crescent Road Presentation

On Wednesday, July 21 the Committee for Transportation and Transit will be hearing a presentation from City administration regarding the current closure of Crescent Road and initial ideas for next steps in creating a long term vision for Crescent Road and the adjacent park space.  It should be noted that no decisions will be made at the meeting on Wednesday.

According to the City clerk’s office, the public is invited to speak/present at this meeting. Also, there is the opportunity for residents to send letters (whether in support of or opposition to) to the Council members on the committee prior to the meeting. This could help them gain further insight into resident views.  Community input is always an essential part of the City planning process.

The following City Council members are listed as participants on the Standing Policy Committee on Transportation and Transit:

  • Councillor J. Davison, Chair
  • Councillor S. Chu, Vice-Chair
  • Councillor D. Colley-Urquhart
  • Councillor J. Farkas
  • Councillor J. Gondek
  • Councillor S. Keating
  • Councillor J. Magliocca
  • Mayor N. Nenshi, Ex-Officio

The meeting starts at 1 p.m.  Here is the link https://pub-calgary.escribemeetings.com/FileStream.ashx?DocumentId=173046  OR  https://www.calgary.ca/ca/city-clerks/legislative-services/agenda-minutes.html)

If you have any further questions or comments, please do not hesitate to email us.
CHCA Transportation Planning & Mobility:

marie@crescentheightsyyc.ca

doug@crescentheightsyyc.ca

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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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