The community of Springbank Hill is located on the western edge of Calgary, bordered by 17th Avenue to the north, Glenmore Trail to the east, 69th St. SW to the South and Stanley Trail Corridor to the west. The community was annexed from the municipal district of Rockyview in 1994, and has been undergoing continuous development. The Springbank Hill community association was formally created on February 1, 2001. Springbank Hill is one of Calgary’s 5 largest communities in terms of area. The area offers panoramic views of the Foothills and Rocky Mountains, there is quick access from the area to major roadways and shopping facilities. The area also has a diversity of land usage, from acreages to new single detached residences and multifamily housing.
Springbank Hill does not currently have a community centre, although plans are in the works to develop one. The community association is still quite active however, and consists of 5 primary committees. The most active of these is the development committee, which monitors the area’s ongoing development. There is also a special events committees, who are responsible for the community’s Stampede Breakfast, Halloween party and Easter Egg Hunt, a seniors programming committee, an environment committee and a sports committee that targets youth.