University Heights Updates

Here are some interesting items that will pass us by before our next newsletter comes out.

Calgary Foundation: Jane’s Walk

Jane’s Walk is a global festival of free neighbourhood walking tours held in Calgary and around the world each May. On May 3, 4 and 5, join a Jane’s Walk and get to know your community and neighbours better. Walks draw from a huge diversity of local interests and knowledge. Click here to read about all the FREE walks being offered this year.

2019 Calgary Transit Review

Calgary Transit is reviewing existing bus services in the southwest of the city. The goal is to revise bus services to become more effective, efficient and support the new Max rapid transit network that was recently launched. Calgary Transit is proposing changes to 20 routes to provide better service to key destinations and create more direct routes that are easier to understand. Tomorrow is the last day to provide feedback online, click here for more information.

Eau Claire Public Realm

The City of Calgary is undertaking multiple connected projects that will create great places where people can live, work and play in Eau Claire. The City wants to build on Eau Claire’s character, improve connections and plan for short-term and long-term development in the area. Click here to learn more about the project and provide online feedback; online engagement closes on April 30th.

Partners in Planning

You can still register for the last elective course for this season; the exciting walking tour “Planning an Inclusive City” which focuses on Affordable Housing and Accessibility will take place on May 11th. Registration is limited, so be sure to sign up through the link above. If you have completed all your courses and are eligible for your certificate this year, we will contact you in May. Click here for more information.

How to Make Energy Efficiency Work for You

Come learn from our Energy Manager, Adeniyi Adeaga, as he talks about common challenges around energy use in community associations and practical steps you can take to help reduce energy and save money! Join us on May 15 at the Hillhurst Community Association to learn how to make energy efficiency work for you! To learn more or to register click here.

Leave a Reply