3 Things in Acadia!

Traffic Speed Survey

The City of Calgary is currently looking at a pedestrian strategy. One element of the pedestrian strategy was the lowering of speed limits on residential streets where families live.  This element was voted down, and no report of residential speeds will be made.

The Acadia Community Association is conducting a traffic survey. We’re really interested to hear about your concerns of our roads, both as a driver and how it impacts living & walking in your community.

Please fill out the survey here

Image courtesy of jennythip at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Image courtesy of jennythip at FreeDigitalPhotos.net


Community Garden Sign Raising – May 7

From the Acadia Garden & Art Society:

“May 7th is the  sign raising funded by the STEPPING STONES grant funded by Calgary Foundation,  pollinator garden build and pop bottle fundraiser.  Its going to be an exciting morning. Fun starts at 10 am – 12 noon. Come out to the garden ready to help out and dig in the mud, help put up the sign. Bring your clean, empty refundable containers to help support the growth of the garden!  Your donations are appreciated!  We will also be selling buttons/magnets created with designs generously donated by some of our amazing artists!”

Click here for more info



Acadia Spring Clean Up – May 14

The Acadia Spring Clean Up returns! Drop off at the ARC:
Paper Shredding
Waste & Recycling
Home Electronics
Car Batteries (non alkaline)

For more info and to see a list of prohibited items click here

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Hello Acadia – May is out!

Hello Acadia – May edition is now available for download!


  • Annual Spring Clean-up – May 14th
  • Volunteers needed! Many options; Gaming/Financial Director, Stampede BBQ, Development committee.
  • Senior’s Lunch and Resource Fair – May 26
  • Ward 9 Cllr. Gian-Carlo Carra message
  • Calgary-Acadia MLA Brandy Payne message
  • Acadia Community Garden & Art Society update


Acadia Winter Carnival 2016 – This Saturday!

It’s that time of year again for the…

Acadia Winter Carnival!

It’s from 11am to 3pm, this Saturday February 20th!  There will be mini golf, face painting, bouncy house, balloon creations, caricatures & more!

Bring your skates and you can lace up on the indoor rink from 12:15 to 1:15.

Kids are free & just $2 for adults (Or free for Acadia Membership Holders!)

Also, we’re proud to announce the launch of our “I Love Acadia” t-shirts.  $20 each, or 2 for $35.

Also, we’ll be happy to accept donations of non-perishable items for the food bank!

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Acadia Bike Route Showcase

BikeCalgary wants to hear from Acadians.  Every 3 months, the non-profit showcases bicycle commute routes from different communities.  This spring, BikeCalgary is giving priority to routes passing through and originating from Acadia.  This is a great opportunity to not only highlight your bicycle commute route, but to also highlight your great community.

Deadline for application is this Saturday, February 20th.

Apply to showcase your commute here.



Action Plan Check-in

From calgary.ca:

Action Plan is The City’s business plan and budget document. It was developed in 2014 for the years 2015-2018. In recognition that the Plan needs to adapt with Calgary’s changing needs, we are Checking In with citizens about their priorities for 2017 and 2018.

In 2014, Calgarians ranked the following priorities as the most important to focus on during 2015-2018:

  1. Getting Around Calgary
  2. Calgary’s Communities
  3. Growing Calgary
  4. Calgary’s Economy
  5. Calgary’s Environment
  6. How The City of Calgary works

Now using the same tool, tell us if these priorities have changed.

Action Plan Check-ins

Starting in February, there will be many opportunities to learn more about Calgary’s Action Plan and for you to provide input on what you believe The City’s priorities should be for 2017-2018.

A ‘check-in’ will be held at the ARC during our Winter Carnival on Feb 20, from 11am – 1pm.

For a list of other times & places, visit the City’s Action Plan Check-in page.

City of Calgary Action Plan

City of Calgary Action Plan