ABOUT THE PROJECT
The City is investing in one of Calgary’s oldest neighbourhoods to keep it safe, beautiful and vibrant.
With more than 20 City projects under construction or under consideration, we know there’s a lot going on. We are coordinating all these projects to ensure we’re delivering the right projects at the right time, with as little disruption to the communities as possible.
We want to make sure you have the information you need and the opportunity to ask questions and give us your feedback, so we’re bringing all these projects together under one coordinated communications and engagement program. From this page, you can learn about how all these projects fit together to support your communities in both the short- and long-term, and you can learn about the details of each of the projects. Click through the project tiles below to provide feedback, and visit calgary.ca/InglewoodRamsay for more about the projects.
From replacing 100-year old bridges to building new park spaces, we’re committed to:
- Improving connections in to and out of Inglewood and Ramsay, whether you travel by foot, bus, bike or car.
- Ensuring safe, reliable exits to protect the communities in the event of an emergency.
- Building on the character of the communities to create great spaces to live, work, play, and shop.
For more information and to learn more about other projects, visit the Inglewood / Ramsay Area Projects Page.
PROVIDE YOUR INPUT
There are many City initiatives taking place in Inglewood and Ramsay. We're trying to make it easier for you to provide feedback on projects that are open for input by linking to them all from this page.
To provide feedback on a specific project, click on the project tiles below.
Inglewood / Ramsay Questionnaire
We've been trying something new in Inglewood and Ramsay. With the high number of City projects in planning and under construction, we want to make it easy for you to get the information about the work happening in your communities. We are meeting monthly with leadership from your local community and business associations, we are holding coordinated information sessions to limit the number of events, and we are sending information regularly by mail and via our new community email distribution list.