Haysboro Community Association

Community Association Boundaries

North: 82 Avenue (Heritage Drive)
East: Macleod Trail
South: Lane north of Springwood Drive and Southland Crescent; Southland Drive (98 Avenue alignment)
West: 14 Street
City Quadrant: SW

Community Established

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1958  

Community Description

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The area comprising Haysboro was once owned by Harry Hays, a native-born Albertan who was elected as Mayor of Calgary during the early 1950s. Mr. Hays was a dedicated westerner who went on to gain provincial and national political acclaim as Federal Minister of Agriculture between 1962 and 1965 and later as a member of the Canadian Senate. The community was annexed in 1956 and two years later development began in Haysboro. Proximity to major transportation routes allows for easy access to many other parts of the City. In addition, the Light Rail Transit (L.R.T.) system is easily accessible to Haysboro residents. This community is favourably located in terms of recreation opportunities, wit the Glenmore Reservoir and the pathway nearby.

Schools

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Akiva Academy – Private
Bishop Grandin Senior High School – Separate
Eugene Coste Elementary – Public
Haysboro Elementary – Public
St. Gerard Bilingual Elementary – Separate
Woodman Junior High School – Public

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: Haysboro Community Association
Provincial Society Registered Date: August 18, 1960
Federal Charity Status-Registered: No
   
Facility Located at: 1204 – 89 Avenue SW
Facility Phone Number: (403) 253-1563
Facility Fax Number: (403) 253-6524
Association Website: www.haysboro.org


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Community Association Facilities

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Main Hall Licensed Capacity:   144   Meeting Rooms:   Yes
Wheelchair Access:   Yes   Stage:   No
Gym:   No   Sound System:   Yes
Kitchen:   Yes – Standard   Outdoor BBQ:   No
Lounge:   Yes   Indoor Fireplace:   No
Games Room:   Yes        

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:   Yes   Skating Rink:   Yes – Outdoor
Swimming Pool:   No   Sports/Playfields:   No
Hockey Rink:   Yes – Outdoor   Other:    

Programs

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Offered by the community association:

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

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Last Modified: May 17, 2016