Community Planning and Changes

Southwest BRT

The City hosted a Stakeholders Workshop March 18th. Their next steps are:

What They Heard Summary – Posted mid-April at and
2017: ATCO installation of a low-pressure gas line on 14 Street SW
2017 – 2018: Construction north of Glenmore Trail.
2018 – 2019: Construction south of Glenmore Trail
Questions about the session or next steps can be directed to


SW Calgary Ring Road Construction

90 Avenue SW and Southland Drive connections and Anderson Road SW widening
The City will be holding an Information Session on Thursday, May 25 from 5-8pm at the Oakridge Community Centre (9504 Oakfield Drive SW).
The City will be providing updates on the two Calgary-led ring road projects in the area:
– 90 Avenue SW and Southland Drive connections
– Anderson Road SW widening
Representatives from Alberta Transportation and KGL Constructors will also be present to answer any questions related to the Southwest Ring Road.



Tom Brook Athletic Park Redevelopment

The City is moving forward with plans to redevelop Tom Brook Athletic Park behind Southland Leisure Centre in the spring of 2018. Construction will take approximately one year and will upgrade the existing ball diamond and natural turf rectangular field with two rectangular artificial turf fields.

Tom Brook Athletic Park has been identified as a strategic location for artificial turf based on amenities at Southland Leisure Centre that make this an appealing multisport tournament venue for amateur athletes. The project will also add additional parking to the north side of Southland Leisure Centre.

Impacts to Residents

They understand that construction creates additional dust and noise, and will do their best to minimize disruptions and ensure the safety of our neighbours. Information about staging and access will be shared once a work plan and schedule is confirmed. For more information, please visit


Palliser Playground Replacement

Calgary Parks is planning to replace the playground located at 2127 Pallisdale Road SW due to its age and poor condition. The replacement is expected to take place this summer or fall of 2017. Feedback trying to be included includes:
Cater to the 6-12 year old age group.
– Include climbing components
– Include swings
– Include a larger slide
– Preserve the pirate ship theme (or at least a nautical theme)
– Try to move the playground’s foot print a little further from the house located in the SW corner of the park
Once we know the removal date of the existing playground, we will let you know. Construction of the new playground is expected to begin two weeks following the removal of the old playground.


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