Edgemont Community Association
Edgemont Community Association
Edgemont Community Association
Edgemont Community Association
Edgemont Community Association
Edgemont Community Association

Welcome to Edgemont!

Ensconced among the gently rolling hills and ravines of Calgary's northwest, nestled against Nose Hill Park, you will find the community of Edgemont. Developed in 1978, Edgemont is one of the city's largest residential districts; sprawling over 6.6 square kilometres with the largest number of parks and playgrounds of any neighbourhood in the city. The community's elevated locality enjoys spectacular views of both the downtown city skyline to the south and the Rocky Mountains and sunsets to the west. It is home to over 16,000 residents, the majority being families residing in single-family dwellings. The district is represented in Ward 4 and hosts three public schools, Edgemont (elementary), Tom Baines (junior), and Mother Mary Greene (elementary). The area is conveniently accessed via Crowchild, Sarcee and Shaganappi Trails, John Laurie Blvd, Country Hills Blvd or the Light Rail Transit system.

The Edgemont Community Association was founded in 1980 as a platform for residents to serve in kinship and create change together. Member participation is paramount in making our community a great place for its residents. We are proud to have one of the most highly engaged and active communities in Calgary. By joining the association you can get to know the people and businesses in your neighbourhood, participate in community initiatives and programs, and be involved in its development.

Your input matters. Community engagement is the foundation for successful change. We offer a number of ways to facilitate communication through our website, newsletter, and social media. We would love to hear from you!

Inside Edgemont

Latest News

Christmas Craft Sale!

We are hosting a CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE!! DATE: November 19 TIME: Between 10am to 3pm LOCATION: 33 Edgevalley Circle NW, T3A 4X1 DETAILS: We have over 80 vendors, come and do some Christmas shopping. Pies, bread, ...

LEAF Update - September 2016

The LEAF committee continues to meet with City Parks and our horticulturist, on a monthly basis.  With our LEAF program being approved at the end of April, the City Parks crew has made great strides considering our late sta ...

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