Become a Winterization volunteer! Learn about basic home winterization techniques at a hands-on workshop on Saturday, November 16, starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Montgomery Community Centre. Later in the day, put your skills to the test when the workshop breaks into groups to help selected low-income home owners to winterize their homes. Sign-up details are on the poster to the right. Continue reading
The city is alerting those whose homes and businesses were affected in the June floods to be aware of a new crop of potential problems as we head into winter. Continue reading
The City’s Transportation Planning Department is reviewing how it assesses traffic issues and creating a new system to better prioritize and plan transportation corridors in Calgary. The Transportation Corridor Review Project team is gathering stakeholder and citizen feedback to help make the system better. And that’s where we Montgomerians come in. Continue reading
You may have noticed heavy trucks on Home Road this last week. Over the next 3-4 weeks (Sundays excepted) some 900 truckloads of material will be traveling east on 16th Ave., then up Home road, turning left on an access road into eastern Bowmont Park where the material will be stored before it is ultimately moved to the riverbank below 52nd Street and in Bowmont Park. Continue reading
The City of Calgary is conducting a study of how best to accommodate all modes of transportation on Shaganappi Trail over the long term. Communities that border the Trail have been involved in the planning process at every stage, and the public is being invited to learn about what’s been accomplished so far and to give input. Continue reading
The city vote is done. Congratulations to Mayor Nenshi on his re-election. Congratulations also to Public School Board Trustee incumbent Joy Bowen-Eyre and Separate Trustee incumbent Serafino Scarpino, who were both re-elected. Congratulations to Ward Sutherland, who was elected Councillor for Ward 1, as confirmed by a recount. We look forward to working with all of you.
As many in Montgomery probably know, in the June flood we lost a LOT of the hillside along the Bow, from Bowmont Park, down along the back side of 52nd Street, down to the bridges. The city has been studying the newly created cliffs and beach and is developing a plan to bring stability to the area and to prevent further erosion, should water levels rise like that again. Click on the link to see a presentation from the city outlining what happened and what they know so far. It is expected that repairs to the banks will start in October. Montgomery Bow Bank Erosion and Repair Strategy Presentation
Update: For on-line election results from the Herald, click here.
Almost all Montgomerians will be voting at the Community Centre (5003 16 Ave. NW). Polls are open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Lost track of the city’s voting info booklet? You can look at it right here. For the City’s webpage on the upcoming vote, click here. You must present identification and the rules have changed. Check here for a list of IDs that will do the trick.
For info on Council and School Trustee candidates, have a look further down the webpage.