Information is provided below about the work Council has directed Administration to undertake pertaining to Richmond Green golf course and surrounding City-owned lands. This work is in its early stages. More information on the process and opportunities to provide comment will follow. In the meantime, you are invited to subscribe to receive project updates as they become available. See also the Richmond Green FAQ's.

The City of Calgary owns ~52 acres of land in south west Calgary between Sarcee Road SW and Crowchild Trail SW, south of 33 Avenue, as pictured below. The land includes the former Richmond Green golf course and operations depot, tennis courts, one large ball diamond, two small ball diamonds, one small office building, and a child’s playground.

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On November 2, 2020, Council directed The City’s real estate division to prepare and submit a land use application to enable the redevelopment of ±6 acres of land on the north-west portion of the site, identified below, and, if planning approval is obtained, continue to the disposition process for selling municipal land.

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At the same time, Council also directed administration to complete a City assessment on the remaining ±46 acres to identify existing uses and amenities and determine future uses for the site. Finally, Council directed Administration to implement disc golf as an interim use in 2021 on the former golf lands.


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