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  • July 07, 2015 2:45 PM | Deleted user



    The Coach Hill/Patterson Heights Community Association held our annual free Stampede Breakfast yesterday morning and it was a grand success!  We had more than one thousand people attend our breakfast!

    We would like to take this moment to thank the many people and organizations that helped make this function run smoothly:

    - Arlington Realty/Coach Hill Plaza for letting us take over a significant portion of the parking lot

    - QuinnCorp Communities for the barricades, donation and the volunteers

    - Schooners Neighbourhood Pub for cooking the sausages for us, allowing the band to set up on their patio and use their electricity (thanks Sherri and Diane)

    - Rod Warnock and the Bottom Dollar Band for providing the entertainment

    - Tim Horton's truck for the hot coffee on a morning that started off chilly

    - Springfree Trampolines for keeping the children smiling

    - Liquor Depot for donating a gift card for our member draw

    - 7-11 for the slurpee coupons

    - Edward Jones for the volunteers (thanks Alexis and Susan)

    - The Blue Door on 85th St. for donating a gift basket for our member draw and for volunteering Bruce to help us flip pancakes

    - The Vin Room on 85th St. for donating a gift basket for a general raffle and for volunteers (thanks Phoebe)

    - Global Pet Foods on 85th St. for volunteering Al to help us with the pancakes

    - Calgary CO-OP on 85th St. for the gift card

    - Sobey's in Strathcona for the gift card

    - Councillor Richard Pootmans, MLA Deborah Drever and federal Conservative candidate Ron Liepert for serving us a tasty breakfast

    - The 67th Rangers, Sarcee Hills District Girl Guides for helping to clean up the tables and collect all the recyclables (thanks Arzmund)

    - The many volunteers from our community who made the tremendous effort to help out today without whom we would not be able to run this event  

    - And last but certainly not least, the CHPH Board would like to personally thank Nancy Plato for her hard work and dedication to making this event a success!

  • May 30, 2015 8:12 AM | Deleted user

    To check out the July Ward 6 newsletter click

  • January 02, 2015 8:35 AM | Deleted user

    City Administration is working with Alberta Transportation to complete Calgary’s ring road, with construction beginning on the southwest link in the next two years. To plan for a complete road network, the right connections between the ring road and city infrastructure is necessary. There are 11 locations where we are designing and, in many cases, constructing roads that will connect the ring road to southwest Calgary.

    Some of the connections will be new – i.e: West Hills Way- west of the shopping mall on highway 8, while other projects will improve existing streets- i.e: widening Bow Trail

    to mitigate congestion. Well-designed links to the ring road will provide a number of

    benefits for you:

    • Faster and more efficient travel options
    • Improved traffic routing
    • Improved safety and access by putting the right traffic volumes onto the right roads
    • Reduced traffic impacts on nearby neighbourhoods

    These improvements will give you more options to travel around Calgary. For more information on how The City is improving connections to the ring road, please visit

    calgary.ca and search “ring road” or visit www.transportation.alberta.ca for information

    and the proposed plans for the ring road.

  • January 02, 2015 8:34 AM | Deleted user

    To ensure your Christmas tree is recycled and you receive this service, please place your tree on the ground beside your black cart by 7:00 AM on Friday, January 9, and your tree will be picked up within three weeks.

    Roads Department have made changes to the Snow Routes to better balance the need

    for on-street parking options and better align with the Calgary Transit’s bus routes.

    Please visit (calgary.ca/ward6) for more information and to view the PDF

    map with the changes.

  • September 16, 2014 11:07 AM | Deleted user


    Intelligent Futures wants your input!.

    They have created a project called #happyyc. Over the summer, they asked as many people as possible to map the places in Calgary that makes them happy. They’ve had a good level of response, but would love to see some more responses from Coach Hill! 


    The project will end October 15th and  they will analyze what they heard and share their insights with the community, giving us all a better sense of what places make Calgarians happy and some insights into common qualities they share.

    To provide your input go to http://happyyc.ca/  To complete a map, just go to “submit a map” and follow the steps. 

  • September 14, 2014 5:21 AM | Deleted user

    City crews and citizens are pulling together to deal with the aftermath of the recent storm.

    We would like to thank our community associations for working with us to respond to the needs of Calgarians who are dealing with tree debris.

    The City continues to have jumbo crews cleaning up priority debris in communities across Calgary.  The City’s focus remains on taking care of critical safety issues and ensuring public spaces are safe and accessible.

    The City Links program, in conjunction with CEMA, will be able to assist seniors and those who are physically challenged in Calgary with extensive tree damage on their properties due to the recent storm. Citizens can call 311 and ask for the “Seniors Home Maintenance” Service Request to process their requests.  Requests for service will be taken starting the weekend of September 13 and work will commence the following week.

    The City is also providing the following options to assist Calgarians with their clean up efforts:

    ·         All three City Landfills are operating under extended hours from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. until further notice to accommodate tree debris. Tipping fees continue to be waived for all tree debris that is not mixed with other garbage. 

    ·         Beginning Saturday, September 13, citizens can access all 33 of The City’s leaf & pumpkin drop-off locations to dispose of damaged tree limbs. 

    Calgary’s community spirit has continued to shine through, and citizens are encouraged to help neighbours by picking up, pitching in and pulling together.  Help those who are unable to clear small tree debris like small branches and leaves from their properties with what you can safely manage.  If you can help with the small debris, we can get to the big stuff faster.

    The City would like to thank all Calgarians for their patience as cleanup efforts continue throughout the coming days and weeks. This effort will take time.  We encourage everyone to stay safe.  Please don’t put yourself at risk.

    If you are not the correct contact for your group, please forward this information to the appropriate board member.
    If you have any questions, please contact The City of Calgary, Community & Neighbourhood Services – Lead, Community Recreation Coordinators, Tina Brillantes at 403-807-1401.

  • March 20, 2014 12:29 PM | Deleted user
    A new board of directors was elected at the AGM on March 20. To find out more click here.
  • March 16, 2014 6:58 AM | Deleted user

    Home-Start is a unique program in that it is facilitated by caring, committed volunteers with parenting experience and a heart for families with young children. Volunteers offer friendship and practical support to a family for 2-4 hours per week. The relationships built and support offered make a huge difference in strengthening families!

    We are looking for these special people in your community. Contact Home start if you are interested in volunteering.


  • February 20, 2014 2:08 PM | Deleted user

    The Federation of Calgary Communities, in partnership with the Crime Prevention Team at the Calgary Police Service, are working together to offer tips and tools on crime prevention and safety issues in Calgary!


    Please join us and Constable Carter Duchesney on Wednesday March 5th as he introduces an interesting topic that affects anyone with a computer or smartphone – cybercrime. The Calgary Police Service uses the term “cybercrime” to refer to internet, with reference to social media scams, malware, hacking, identity theft, spam mail, auction fraud, phishing and assorted activity of this nature.  Key topics of this workshop include social media safety and cyber bullying.


    The NEW Partners in Crime Prevention Workshop series is geared towards helping community association volunteers and the public learn valuable information about crime prevention and safety issues in their neighbourhoods from our trusted partners,


    The Calgary Police Service.They will also serve as a great opportunity to network with peers so join us all at all four Partners in Crime Prevention workshops!


    Workshops are FREE to the public so please send this invitation far and wide.


    Thank you to all who attended the first Partners in Crime Prevention workshop on The Hub program and the Good Witness program - it was a great success! 


    Join us:

    Partners in Crime Prevention Workshop #2: Cybercrime

    Date: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    Location: Glamorgan Community Association 4207 - 41 Avenue SW

    Cost: FREE!

    Click here to register and to view other upcoming workshops. 

    Please view the attachment for more information on the Partners in Crime Prevention Workshop #2: Cybercrime

  • December 11, 2013 9:05 PM | Deleted user

    Avenue Magazine is currently running the 2014 Calgary Best Neighborhoods research program.


    Click on the link below and let them know how great our community is!



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