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Physical Distance Monitoring Program

Published: Friday, May 22, 2020 The City of Calgary, One Calgary Citizen Priority – A Healthy & Green City, through their One City approach (multi business unit collaboration) continue to monitor physical distancing during The City’s state of local emergency. A city-wide report and map is circulated to each Councillor showing locations visited. Green dots indicate parks

"Unwrapping" Historic City Hall

Published: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 Witness to our history One of our most familiar landmarks for more than a century, Historic City Hall has stood alongside Calgarians throughout our greatest victories and our hardest challenges including the Spanish flu of 1918 and two World Wars. As Calgary navigates COVID-19 together, we are working towards the completion of Historic City Hall's

Trailer parking in McKenzie Towne

Published: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 Bylaw regulates the parking and use of recreation vehicles, such as motor homes or trailers in the city. Below is an overview of the City's regulations: Detached trailers and campers cannot be parked on city streets or alleys. RVs, such as motor homes, can be parked on a street immediately adjacent to the owner's residen​​ce for a maximum of 36 hours.

130th Ave Twinning-Project Update

Published: Thursday, May 7, 2020 Here is an update for 130 AV SE Twinning, from The City of Calgary – Transportation Infrastructure: I would like to provide you with an update on construction activities related to the 130 Avenue SE Twinning project. Pre-installation of underground traffic signal infrastructure has been completed at intersections near the New Brighton Athletic

Cart collection changes effective April 21, 2020

Published: Monday, April 20, 2020 The City of Calgary, Waste and Recycling Services would like to share this update now available on the calgary.ca website: WRS has updated information that was shared during the Friday media availability, and on our website regarding additional changes to our service levels. The changes are focused on the collection of excess black and green cart waste,

Council Approves new relief measures to support Citizens and businesses

Published: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 The City of Calgary is taking action to support citizens and businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, Council approved the 2020 Property Tax Bylaws and additional relief measures to support taxpayers facing financial hardship. Property tax bills will be mailed by the end of May 2020 however two new significant relief measures were approved

COVID-19 support for individuals

Published: Monday, April 6, 2020 The City of Calgary and its network of non-profit and government partners have a role in providing support to Calgarians experiencing vulnerabilities. The City is looking at the impact to these populations and ways to maintain and/or adjust service delivery as required given the COVID-19 virus. Today the city has announced the launch of a new Support

Updates from Ward 12 Councillor Shane Keating

Published: Friday, April 3, 2020 Ward 12 Councillor Shane Keating www.shane.keating.ca @Councillor Keats Community Cleanup Program Update: The City will be canceling the 2020 Community Cleanup Program, because of the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, and will not reschedule until 2021. Currently Waste & Recycling Services are still operational if you need to get rid