The City’s transit-oriented development program is intended to support a high quality of life across Calgary by creating vibrant, active and interesting neighbourhood centres where people and businesses thrive. New development will provide the opportunity for more people to live, work and shop within walking distance of public transit. And that means more citizens and visitors will have an easy, accessible and economical way of living and travelling in our city.

The communities of Ramsay and Inglewood in southeast Calgary will soon undergo significant transformation with a new light rail transit station and several nearby developments proposed. To support this change, The City’s Transit-Oriented Development Program is leading a cross-corporate project to re-envision, re-design and ultimately deliver components of the public realm including streetscapes, parks and pathways.

** UPDATE October 2021 - You can view the Phase One What We Heard Report for more details on what was heard during our first phase of engagement.


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Project Area

The Ramsay-Inglewood Station Area Improvements project will focus on public realm improvements to the following areas:

  • 11/12 Street SE from the Zoo Bridge to 26 Avenue SE
  • 11 Avenue SE /11 Street SE from 8 Avenue SE to 12 Street SE
  • Jeffries Park
  • Greenway link from Ramsay-Inglewood Station, through Jeffries Park to the Elbow River
  • Area south of future LRT station, opportunity beneath portions of elevated LRT

Past Engagement in the area

This project has been guided by previous engagement that took place in the communities of Ramsay and Inglewood from 2015 through 2021. Engagement events include:

  • Green Line Southeast Public Engagement Workshops - Jun 2015
  • TOD Workshops - Jun 2015
  • Inglewood & Ramsay Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) - Feb - Apr 2016
  • Historic East Calgary Communities Local Area Plan (LAP) - Jun - Feb 2021

Ramsay-Inglewood Station Area Improvements 2015-2021 Engagement Summary


Social and Healthy Lifestyles

Mobility and Community Function

Character and Identity

Economic Vitality

Positively impact the social and physical well-being of residents by providing safe and comfortable spaces where people can socialize and be active

Improve connections around Ramsay-Inglewood Station so those who walk, wheel, take transit and drive can easily access local and city-wide destinations

Establish a sense of place that offers memorable experiences for residents and visitors

Boost economic vitality by attracting more people to local businesses, supporting redevelopment opportunities promoting investment


Please refer to the project map.

We have developed a very rough, early estimate of $24M for all components of this project, based on other, similar work. One of the reasons for conducting this work is to refine and clarify the expected costs of each project component.

Based on previous engagement with community and opportunities that have arisen over time (like the fire hall and certain private development proposals)

Construction of the project components will require funding approval from City Council. If we receive that approval, construction could start as early as 2023 on some project components. Other project components won’t be able to start until construction of the Green Line commences, expected in the 2026-2027 timeline.

The first opportunity for input is to help us validate the information we have gathered from previous engagement that has taken place since 2015. Once validated, our design team will generate concepts that we will share with the public for further review and evaluation, sometime in the fall 2021.

The conceptual designs we prepare this year will form an important part of the business case we will use to ask Council for capital funding to begin building these community improvements in the next budget cycle (2023-2026). Preparing designs for these improvements will also help make them ‘shovel ready’ and therefore eligible for funding programs from other levels of government that may arise.

No, there will not be a City-led land use amendment process as part of this project. While other TOD projects may require a City-led land use amendment prior to investment in community improvements, there is sufficient City and private development proposals near the future Ramsay-Inglewood Station to justify these investments.

While we think that these community improvements are justified based on other City investments (the new fire hall, for example) and private development proposals, the timing to construct some of these community improvements, like the greenway / pathway will depend on the final design and construction timing of the Green Line.



Your feedback from Phase 1: Validate, along with technical analysis will help inform the public realm community improvement design options presented to the public for Phase 2: Reveal and Evaluate.

Please view the What We Heard Report for Phase One here