September 14, 2021
The City of Calgary is enhancing vacant land at Centre Street N and 40 Avenue N.E. to create a pop-up park for interim use. They have developed two design options for the park and they would love your feedback:
Park Design Option One:
- Add a fence around the pop-up park along with an accessible pathway that leads to a basketball court for multi-purpose recreation use surrounded by trees and benches.
- Includes a sheltered space with picnic tables for year-round use.
- The space can be used for recreation programming such as fitness, art and sports for all ages.
Park Design Option Two:
- Add a fence around the pop-up park along with an accessible pathway that leads to a community garden with planter beds, some of the beds can be used for accessible use.
- Add natural play elements, two covered swing benches and a mini library.
- The space can be used for recreation programming such as fitness, art and gardening workshops for all ages.
We are also implementing mobility improvements in the communities of Greenview, Greenview Industrial Park, Highland Park and Winston Heights / Mountview. We are making these enhancements to improve mobility for people who walk, wheel and drive and to complete the missing links in our transportation network.
The City of Calgary is currently hosting online engagement at engage.calgary.ca/40AveNEPark until September 17 to gather feedback on the design options for the pop-up park.
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Remember to #supportlocalyyc this summer and visit Calgary Farm Stands!
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May 22, 2020
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Need somewhere to park while your street is being cleaned?
With the Winston Heights-Mountview Community Hall closed for activities, there is plenty of room for residents to use our parking lot for temporary parking while your street is being cleaned.
**Please remember to follow Government social distancing rules as you drop-off and pickup your vehicle.
**Please avoid overnight parking.
April 9, 2020
This has been such a big city-wide hit! Here are the next few weeks of Window Walk Ideas!
A community-wide personal distancing/socially connected scavenger hunt!
We need your input! Please submit a question and answer for us to include on the scavenger hunt. Some simple examples:
- How many houses are for sale on 25th Ave?
- How many benches at Victory Park playground?
- How many garden beds in the community garden?
*A big THANK YOU to a thoughtful member of the community, Sarah Manske, for the Scavenger Hunt idea!
Alberta has one of the highest testing rates in the world. In addition to completing as many tests as possible, we are being purposeful in our testing in order to:
- diagnose and treat individuals at greatest risk
- trace the spread of the virus so we can identify steps to limit the spread
- determine how well our public health measures are working.
If you have symptoms
If you are experiencing mild symptoms – cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose or sore throat:
If you experience or see someone experiencing severe symptoms of COVID-19, including difficulty breathing, severe chest pain, feelings of confusion or loss of consciousness, call 911 immediately.
Who is being tested
Alberta is testing those at greatest risk of severe illness, including anyone in hospital with a respiratory illness.
Testing is being offered to symptomatic individuals (i.e. cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat or shortness of breath) who:
- live in continuing care facilities, group homes or other similar congregate settings
- are aged 65 years or older
- live with someone aged 65 years or older
- live in the Calgary zone
Testing is being offered to symptomatic individuals (i.e. cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat or shortness of breath) in the following roles:
- healthcare workers
- group home workers and shelter workers
- first responders, including firefighters and EMS
- people involved in COVID-19 enforcement, including police, peace officers, bylaw officers, environmental health officers, and fish and wildlife officers
- correctional facility staff, working in either a provincial or federal facility
- essential service workers
As the situation evolves, Alberta’s testing approach and priorities will adjust according to need and direction from the chief medical officer of health.
To determine if you need to be tested and next steps, complete the COVID-19 self-assessment for Albertans or the COVID-10 self-assessment for healthcare and shelter workers, enforcement personnel and first responders.
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September 19, 2019
Learn to make Crab Apple Jelly.
Are you interested in learning how to make and preserve so that you can enjoy the fall harvest throughout the year? Come learn how to make and preserve Crab Apple Jelly. Sign up and join us at our community hall kitchen where a fellow resident Doreen Knopp will be passing on her knowledge on the art of crab apple jelly making. This hands on session will focus on making crab apple jelly, bottling and preserving so that it can be stored safely. There are only 6 spots so sign up soon!
This session is open to residents of Winston Heights-Mountview Community.
Where: Winston Heights-Mountview Community Centre, 520- 27 Ave NE.
When: Sunday, September 29th, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Cost: $10.00 Per Student
To book/pay and confirm your place please e-mail Marcia Xavier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you.
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