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Springbank Flood Mitigation Project – Ca

Springbank Flood Mitigation Project – Call to Action

Dean Campbell, our Chair of the Post-Flood Action Committee has reported that in a judgement issued on June 9, the Federal Court of Canada ruled that it is up to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to decide whether to appoint a public panel to review the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir Project. It was determined that the Springbank […]

Neighbour Day – A Few More Volunteers Ne

Neighbour Day – A Few More Volunteers Needed

To all you who have already volunteered to help out during our Neighbour Day Celebration on Saturday, June 17th, 3-5 p.m. at the Repsol Sport Centre, a big thank you! We still have a few shifts to fill: Beverage Server – 3:00-4:00 p.m. Membership/Registration Table – 4:00-5:00 p.m. Game Supervisors (make sure that the games, […]

Neighbour Day – Volunteers Needed

Neighbour Day – Volunteers Needed

Hopefully you have seen our announcement regarding the exciting Neighbour Day event we have planned for Saturday, June 17th at the South Patio of the Repsol Sport Centre. More information can be found here.  Of course, volunteer assistance is critical to the success of the event. If you’re able to help us out, we would be ever […]

Neighbour Day 2017

Neighbour Day 2017

Neighbour Day was established by the City of Calgary to celebrate our neighbourliness and strong community spirit, which was so evident during the 2013 Flood. As usual, Erlton Community Association plans to celebrate, and we have planned an extra special event on Saturday, June 17. We will be gathering at the South Patio of the Repsol Sport […]

CREB Story on Erlton

CREB Story on Erlton

The Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB) recently published a story about our community on their website.  It includes an interview with our Community Association President Viccy Grace as well as a bit of discussion on the Anthem project and the upcoming Repsol Centre expansion.  You can read the story by clicking the link below. CREB […]

Flood Mitigation Assessment Project Repo...

Flood Mitigation Assessment Project Report and Recommendations

The City of Calgary has sent out the following message about the Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment Project Report and Recommendations In 2013, Calgary experienced its largest flood since 1932.  The 2013 floods resulted in significant damages to public infrastructure and private property. Following the event, The City formed an Expert Management Panel of River Flood […]

Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment Wor...

Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment Workshops – Report Back

Some results from the Flood Mitigation Measures Workshops that were held by the City late last year are now available. Please find below a summary email from MLA Greg Clark and the assessment report back from the City. Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment Workshops – Summary Flood Mitigation Engagement Report Back

Ward 9 Newsflash – Flood Mitigation Meas

Ward 9 Newsflash – Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment Project

Flood Mitigation Measures Assessment Project October 4, 2016 The 2013 flood caused significant social and economic disruption and unprecedented damages.  The road from recovery to resiliency is a complex, long term process over many years with short, medium and long term milestones. To ensure we have the best suite of mitigation measures for our community, […]

Saturday June 18 – Neighbour Day!!

Saturday June 18 – Neighbour Day!!

Hi Erlton Community Please join us next Saturday June 18 for Neighbour day celebrations. It’s going to be a chance to get together with your neighbours and meet new ones. Please see attached poster for more information. Thanks! Erlton Community Association Erlton Neighbour Day 2016 Poster

Annual Pathway & River Clean-up

Annual Pathway & River Clean-up

Thank you to all of our event organizers, volunteers, neighbours from Cliff-Bungalow Mission Community Association, Talisman Centre and CH2M Hill,  who joined in for the River Clean-up last weekend.  The event was a great success with 100 participants cleaning the river pathway and enjoying the sandwiches, coffee, refreshments and snacks with their neighbours afterwards.