Glendale and Glendale Meadows Community Association

Community Association Boundaries

North: 17 Avenue
East: 37 Street
South: 26 Avenue; 43 Street; 28 Avenue; 40 Street; 26 Avenue (includes Glendale Meadows Park)
West: Sarcee Trail
City Quadrant: SW
 

 

Community Established

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1955  

Community Description

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The community of Glendale is located in the southwest section of the city approximately 3 kilometres from the Downtown. The community was established in 1955 and annexed to the City of Calgary the following year. The curvilinear street pattern is a common feature of residential neighbourhoods developed in the late 1950s. There are views of the Rockies in the west, from numerous points in Glendale. Residents have access to recreational opportunities at Glendale meadows, Glendale Athletic Park, Optimist Park, and the pathway.

Schools

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Glendale Elementary School – Public
Glenmeadow Elementary School – Public
St. Gregory Junior High – Separate

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: Glendale/Glendale Meadows Community Association
Provincial Society Registered Date: August 8, 1955
Federal Charity Status-Registered: No
   
Facility Located at: 2405 Glenmount Drive SW
Facility Phone Number: (403) 242-2110
Facility Fax Number: (403) 246-5013
Community Association Email: board@myglendale.ca
Community Association Website: myglendale.ca


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Community Association Facilities

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Main Hall Licensed Capacity:   180   Meeting Rooms:   Yes
Wheelchair Access:   Yes   Stage:   No
Gym:   No   Sound System:   Yes
Kitchen:   Yes – Standard   Outdoor BBQ:   Yes
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:   No   Skating Rink:   Yes – Outdoor
Swimming Pool:   No   Sports/Playfields:   Yes
Hockey Rink:   No   Other:   Rollerblading surface

Programs

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Offered by the community association:

Bingo:   No   Youth Justice:   No
Sports:   Yes   Seniors Program:   Yes
Fitness:   Yes   Child Care:   Yes
Dance:   No        

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Last Modified: April 28, 2017