DouglasQuarry Community Association

Community Association Boundaries

North: 114 Avenue SE, 106 Ave, 24 Street
East: Deerfoot Trail SE
South: 130 Avenue SE
West: Bow River
City Quadrant: SE

Community Established

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1986  

Community Description

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DouglasQuarry is located in Calgary’s southeast, and is comprised of the communities of Douglasdale, DouglasGlen, and Quarry Park. It encompasses the land along the east side of the Bow River between Deerfoot Trail and the community of McKenzie. The community was designed to make use of many of the area’s natural topographic features, including the Bow River escarpment. This has allowed for spectacular views of the river valley and the Rocky Mountains.  Area residents enjoy recreational opportunities in nearby Fish Creek Provincial Park, as well as at the local golf course. There is also a lot of green space throughout Douglasdale. A separate school is located in the area

Although the DouglasQuarry Community Association currently lacks a community centre, it remains active within the community. It facilitates local sports programs, the most popular of which is soccer. There is also a local traffic committee to help study plans for the Glenmore Trail and Deerfoot Trail. Douglasdale also offers a teen program at Monsignor Smith School, where area teens can meet weekly for games of pick up basketball.

Schools

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None at this time

Demographics

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Information available online at the City of Calgary community profiles site.

Community Association Information

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Provincial Society Registered Name: DouglasQuarry Community Association
Provincial Society Registered Date: June 2, 1989
Federal Charity Status-Registered: No
   
Facility Located at: Do not have a facility.
Facility Phone Number: Call the the Federation at (403) 244-4111 for a contact number.
Community Association Website: dqca.ca
Community Association Email: community@dqca.ca

Please call the community association directly to obtain information on availability, registration and costs.

Community Association Facilities

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Main Hall Licensed Capacity:   0   Meeting Rooms:   No
Wheelchair Access:   No   Stage:   No
Gym:   No   Sound System:   No
Kitchen:   No   Outdoor BBQ:   No
Lounge:   No   Indoor Fireplace:   No
Games Room:   No        

Recreation Amenities

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Operated by the community association. For other recreation offered by the City of Calgary visit Calgary Parks & Recreation

Tennis Courts:       Skating Rink:    
Swimming Pool:       Sports/Playfields:    
Hockey Rink:       Other:    

Programs

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Offered by the community association:

Bingo:       Youth Justice:    
Sports:       Seniors Program:    
Fitness:       Child Care:    
Dance:            

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Last Modified: June 26, 2017