The SHAWNEE-EVERGREEN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION comprises two areas; Shawnee Slopes and Evergreen Estates. Shawnee Slopes was originally considered part of Midnapore. Development in the area began in 1986 and has been primarily low density residential in nature. Shawnee Slopes is bounded by Fish Creek Provincial Park to the north, Midnapore to the east, Millrise to the south and Evergreen Estates to the west. The land in this community is characterized by gently undulating prairie, typical of the Calgary region. Major slopes are found along the Fish Creek Valley. The community has a provincially designated historic site, the Shaw Woollen Mill, located near the intersection of James McKevitt Road S.W. and Macleod Trail. Residents of this community enjoy direct access to the downtown via Macleod Trail, and close proximity to the many recreation opportunities found within Fish Creek Provincial Park.
Evergreen Estates is a 99 hectare parcel of land bordering Fish Creek Provincial Park to the north and west, Evergreen Street and James McKevitt Road to the east, and Fish Creek Boulevard (formerly Evergreen Boulevard) to the south. It is being developed as a low density residential community as required by the Evergreen Estates Policy Report. A central open space will form the hub of a linear park system accommodating pathways linking the adjoining communities to Fish Creek Provincial Park.