CIVIC FAIR PROVIDES UPDATE ON LOCAL GOINGS ON
What’s new? When you ask that question in the communities of Palliser, Bayview and Pumphill, it turns out a lot!
That’s why PBP is holding a Civic Fair on May 2 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Nellie McClung School (2315 Palliser Dr SW).
“This is a chance for all community members to learn about developments, construction activities, school updates and other news from in and around our community,” says Brennan Jaques, President of the PBP Community Association.
The PBP Community has invited a number of community organizations and representatives to provide residents with a one stop opportunity to learn “what’s new.”
City of Calgary representatives will be on hand to give updates on:
- South Crosstown BRT and SWBRT
- Connector roads to the SWCRR at 90th Ave and Southland Drive
- Pedestrian/ cycle tunnels at 90th Ave and at Southland Drive
- Braeside dry pond
- Redevelopment of the Tom Brook Athletic Park
The Tsuut’ina Nation is also coming to provide an update on the planned Taza development adjacent to the Ring Road.
Ward 11 Councilor Jeromy Farkas and reps from local schools and the JCC will also be present and available for a chat.
You’ll also be able to hear about plans for a new community visioning project, get the latest on the new shelter at the community skating rink and visit with board members of the PBP Community Association.
PBP Community Association members are eligible to enter to win a $100 gift card from local restaurant 1600 World Bier Haus Restaurant & Lounge.