The City of Calgary would like to invite you to a two-part workshop series to help us collect your input on the current vision and principles outline in the 2007 Centre City Plan and what recommendations you would make for change.
This invite only workshop is intended for Community Associations, Business Improvement Areas, Civic Partners, commercial entities, building industry and land development groups, social, tourism, environmental, heritage, entertainment and cultural organizations, and other representative groups in the Centre City.
With your input, we hope to capture an accurate representation of how key stakeholders view our Centre City and use this information as we update the Centre City Plan.
We ask that participants register for both workshops, as the results of the first workshop will drive discussion at the second.
Space is limited for all workshops and registration is required.
If you cannot attend any of these workshops, an opportunity to provide your feedback online will be available at calgary.ca/centrecityplan between September 26 and October 10, 2018.
Join the Calgary Public Library and the Beltline Neighbourhoods Association for a brief presentation to learn about the incredible new Central Library and explore what you can see and do there when the doors open on November 1st!
Find out about all the new opportunities for Beltline residents in this special Beltline-focused event.
The City of Calgary is starting the process of amending the Beltline Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP)to create policies that will guide future development of the Rivers District area – a 286 acre portion of land in downtown Calgary’s east end (which includes east Victoria Park). The Beltline ARP was adopted by City Council on May 15, 2006. Over the last 12 years, the area has experienced significant growth, transforming into a vibrant diverse community. A number of projects are contributing to the need for ARP amendments, including a new Rivers District Master Plan being created by Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), the 17 Avenue S.W. extension project and the arrival of the Green Line.