December 1st, 2020
 | Calgary, Alberta

What's Happening? Important Community Details/Events!

New Developments now included on our website are "The Acres" and "Bow Water & Land". Please refer to details included under our "Development" tab as well as the Home page ads with links to their respective websites and listings in our "Business Directory" tab.  Welcome to these projects now in development in Springbank!
 
Bingham Crossing Phase 2 Concept approved unanimously by Rocky View Council
A new update is posted to Bingham Crossing under the Development tab.
 
Harmony Community recognized as 2019 Calgary Region Community of the year
Check in the Development Tab for an update.
 
Also check in the Development tab under Harmony for a new restaurant - the "Launch Pad" operating at the Michelson Golf course on the south side - check the details for hours and reservations...
 
Springbank Recycling Depot
The new home for the Depot is 100 Commercial Drive in Commercial Court. The hours are Wednesday 11am to 7pm and Saturday 9am to 5pm.  The new site will accept small branches and yard clippings in season (for residential drop off only - no Commercial).
 
Please support our advertisers and Area businesses, especially during this COVID19 crisis.  Please see additional comments by our Division 2 Councillor Kim McKylor in her update under the "Government" tab.

 

Springbank Community Association Updates

SCA logo August 2018

Your Community Association continues to work hard on behalf of the residents and businesses in the whole area. Further details are on the website at www.springbankcommunity.com, including upcoming programs and events.

 

An important update on SR1 and related hearings/process is referenced on the community association website noted above.  Please visit to insure your voices are heard!

  

Highway #1 east of Old Banff Coach Road overpass

In conjunction with the Stoney Trail and Highway #1 interchange, additional road widening appears to be under way to support the new traffic patterns being created by this major infrastructure project.  Further details will be advised as available.

 

Springbank Barnwood Reclamation project

If you are looking for reclaimed Barnwood for your project(s) you need to look no further than our own back yard. This not for profit fundraiser is solving our farmer's and rancher's problems with derelict structures by "disassembling" them and making the historical wood/materials available at a low cost to all.  Please Call Ian at 403-630-3650 for details. We also have Barnwood Picnic Tables available at $175 each.