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New Dock at Ralph Klein Park

Published: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 The new ConocoPhillips Canada dock’s intended use is to deliver environmental education programming, introducing participants to the important connections between urban and natural environments and the many species that call the wetland home. It is one of two docks at RKP and it is not a canoe launch or fishing platform. Here is some additional

City Gears Up For Summer Construction Season

Published: Thursday, June 7, 2018 The City’s Transportation department announced summer construction season is upon us and this year it includes close to 30 major infrastructure projects and more than 40 road repaving jobs. Mayor Naheed Nenshi said a total investment of $441 million dollars ($408M: 29 major transportation construction projects and additional infrastructure work,

City of Calgary lifts boating advisory on the Bow River

Published: Friday, June 1, 2018 Due to improved conditions on the Bow River, the Calgary Fire Department (CFD) is lifting the boating advisory issued on May 28, 2018. The flow rate has stabilized below the 280 m3/s trigger point and river conditions have improved. At this level, people can resume normal activities on the river. Flow levels are closely monitored by several City

June 2018 Photo Enforcement Locations

Published: Friday, June 1, 2018 In response to community needs identified through statistical analysis, collisions, and citizen concerns, mobile photo radar will be set up on Crowchild Trail, Glenmore Trail, Deerfoot Trail, Macleod Trail, Sarcee Trail, and Stoney Trail. With the warmer weather, there will be a renewed focus on seasonal construction zones. Photo radar will be focusing on

Take Part In 85 events during Seniors’ Week

Published: Thursday, May 31, 2018 Calgary is celebrating Seniors' Week June 3rd to 9th, acknowledging the many contributions seniors make to our communities. Across Calgary, there are more than 85 events including social gatherings, drop-in fitness classes, cultural celebrations and presentations about managing finances and dementia awareness. Participating Seniors’ Week partners

Shepard Throw 'n' Go Hours of Operations

Published: Tuesday, May 29, 2018 The Shepard Waste Management Facility Throw ‘n’ Go (Shepard T&G) was opened to residential customers in April on a Tuesday to Friday schedule. The Shepard T&G accepts household chemicals, paint, electronics, appliances, tires, yard waste, separated construction and demolition materials (asphalt shingles, drywall, construction lumber),

Pesticide And Herbicide Spraying In Your Community

Published: Friday, May 25, 2018 The City currently applies some herbicides to control dandelions and other broad leaf weeds. We apply herbicides regularly to sport fields, as they have a high use and too many broad leaf weeds can cause safety issues and threaten the health of the turf. For other areas, we apply at a lower frequency. Parks with high weed-density will usually have a

2018 Annual Fee Information

Published: Thursday, May 24, 2018 🏡 Your invoices are now available on your account. See below for instructions. You can pay: 💻: online 📞: over the phone at 403-781-6612 ext. 0 👩‍💼: in-person. Monday to Saturday: 9 am - 9 pm and Sunday and Holidays: 10:30 am -6 pm To access your invoice, go to: https://central.ivrnet.com/mtc then enter your email