Inglewood / Ramsay Area Projects
Making life in Inglewood and Ramsay better every day
You see the results of City decisions every day: in your roads, drinking water, parks and more. Provide your input—together we can build a better city.
These projects are currently open for your input.
Making life in Inglewood and Ramsay better every day
The Parks & Pathway Bylaw is being reviewed. Share your feedback to help create vibrant, positive and interesting park experiences for everyone.
The City is reviewing how three properties in East Inglewood are currently used and how they can be developed and enhanced in the future.
These projects are ongoing, but not currently open for input.
A development permit and land use amendment application for a mixed use health care campus and multi-residential for the Grace Hospital site at the corner of 14th Street and 8th Avenue NW.
Tell us about how you travel to the Genesis Centre
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We're looking to enhance the Springbank Hill Natural Park area for community use.
To provide more flexibility for future development and accommodate the needs of Bridgeland-Riverside, The City’s Real Estate & Development Services has applied for a land use redesignation for 950 McPherson Square N.E.
An application for a land use redesignation at 7451 Falconridge Boulevard NE to redesignate a parcel from S-R (Special Purpose Recreation) to M-C2 (Multi-Residential-Contextual Medium Profile) to allow for multi-residential development by Attainable Homes.
We are reviewing and converting the Southeast 17 Corridor Design Study to become a new statuory plan and to include specific signage policies for 17th Avenue SE.
The City of Calgary has begun a long-term project to connect the Inglewood Wildlands, the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Pearce Estate Park and the adjoining existing green spaces in the community of Inglewood, called Bend in the Bow.
The City of Calgary and Alberta Transportation are working together to study Deerfoot Trail. The study will consider a variety of freeway management strategies to recommend safety and reliability improvements. Help us develop short and long-term solutions.
The City of Calgary has received a proposal from QuantumPlace Developments Ltd., representing Hamptons Golf Club, to subdivide and redesignate a portion of the golf course lands to allow for residential development.
City Council intends to request the removal of the residential development prohibition in the Airport Vicinity Protection Area (AVPA) currently impacting certain properties in Inglewood.This exemption may allow existing residential properties to increase their development/redevelopment potential in accordance with the provisions of the Calgary Land Use Bylaw.
The City of Calgary received a proposal from B&A Planning Group, representing Morguard Residential Properties Inc., to redesignate a portion of the Wyldewood Estates apartment complex to allow for mixed-use development.
Shaganappi Trail is a vital link in Calgary’s transportation network and The City is currently undertaking a study to review current challenges and future design solutions.
The City of Calgary is developing a Master Plan for the Rundle CTrain station area to guide future development and create a long term vision for the area.
We’re looking to refresh the Calgary Civic Sport Policy and we’d like your input.
Calgary Transit is upgrading the CTrain traction power system in order to provide the additional power needed to support four-car CTrains. This requires a new traction power substation to be installed between Canyon Meadows and Anderson stations.
Space under the 4 Avenue Flyover is being reimagined. What considerations are important for you in designing this as a friendlier, outdoor community space?
We asked for your feedback to get to the final design for the Southwest BRT that will run from downtown Calgary to Woodbine, and fill important gaps in the transit network.
The City of Calgary is conducting a study that will identify short-term improvements and develop a recommended grade separation plan for the Red Line LRT tracks and 25 Avenue S.E. The recommendation will improve travel through this area for people driving, walking, cycling and taking transit.
The City is undertaking and evaluating amendments to the West Springs Area Structure Plan (ASP), as a result of applications to develop portions of the West Springs area.
Projects in the Chinook Station Area
This is my neighbourhood was created for residents to partner with The City to identify ways to help make their neighbourhood an even better place to live, work and play.
The City of Calgary is working with the community of Erin Woods to pilot traffic calming curbs to address community concerns about pedestrian safety and speeding vehicles. We are also proposing a bike lane and making a playground zone shorter.
As part of the implementation phase of the Main Streets initiative, The City is developing a Streetscape Master Plan for 9 Avenue S.E.
The Southland Crossing Land Use Redeisgnation proposes to redevelop the site to allow for four mixed-use high rise buildings with commercial storefronts at grade and residential units above.
Projects happening in your neighbourhood
We're exploring how growth and development could happen in a meaningful way in your neighbourhood.
We're piloting commercial activities and vendors in City parks in 2017. Learn more and provide feedback.
The City of Calgary received an application to redesignate (rezone) an area of land directly beside Canada Olympic Park.
We’re exploring how growth and development could happen in a meaningful way for your neighbourhood.
Planning for the future of our pathway and bikeway network.
The City is looking to improve walking at intersections in Calgary. This intersection has been identified as a difficult area for both drivers and pedestrians. The City is testing a solution to address current issues before constructing a permanent solution.
The City of Calgary is developing an Electric Vehicle (EV) Strategy to support and encourage the growing use of EVs in Calgary.
A development permit and land use amendment application for a multi-residential building has been submitted for a site at the corner of 25 Ave. and 2 St. S.W. in the community of Mission.
We’re exploring how growth and development could happen in a meaningful way at the Brentwood Co-op location. If you live, work, play or travel in the area, we want to hear from you.
We’ve received an application to rezone and develop of the “Hawkwood Farm” property, located in the community of Arbour Lake in Northwest Calgary.
A land use amendment application has been submitted for the property located at 84 Silvercreek Cres. N.W. The proposal is to rezone the property to allow for multi-residential buildings.
A land use application for a proposed multi-residential development has been submitted in the community of Glendale.
A Land Use Amendment application has been submitted for a site located in Eau Claire at 727 - 1 Avenue S.W.
We’re exploring how growth & development could happen in a meaningful way for the 16th Avenue Co-op location.
The 17 Project is a mixed-use development proposed for the northwest corner of 17 Ave. S.W. and 14 St. S.W., in the community of Sunalta.
Improving flood resiliency in Sunnsyide by building a new storm lift station (Station #1) and updating another storm lift station (Station #2).
The City is thinking about how legalizing cannabis will affect us locally and how we can manage legalization in the best interests of Calgarians.
The City of Calgary is developing a plan for the new community of West View in northwest Calgary.
Stage One of Green Line is 20km of LRT connecting 16 Ave N to 126 Ave SE and includes some enabling works projects currently underway
Which values do seniors consider most important when deciding whether or not to take transit?
As part of the wider plans for flood mitigation along the Bow River, The City has begun planning work for proposed flood mitigation barriers in the community of Bowness.
Talk to us about the proposed redevelopment of Fire Station #17 in Varsity
The Goods Movement Strategy will identify transportation infrastructure improvements and actions that will help Calgary’s economy thrive over the next 30 years.
The City is developing a Streetscape Master Plan for 33 and 34 Avenues S.W, as part of the Main Streets initiative’s investment phase.
The City is reviewing the Beltline Area Redevelopment Plan to support the realization of a Master Plan vision to create a cultural and entertainment district in Calgary.
These projects are closed for input, but are archived here for your reference.
The proposed City Charter represents a new relationship between The City of Calgary and the Government of Alberta. The Charter will ensure The City of Calgary has the tools to more effectively and efficiently deliver services to its citizens, today and in the future.
We're undertaking a study for the Sarcee Trail/Richmond Road S.W. interchange. As part of this,
We want to hear from you about Calgary's BRT program.
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