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  • September 24, 2021 8:17 PM | Anonymous

    In this issue

    • Message from the president
    • Raise the roof fundraiser
    • Information on restrictive covenants

    • Elbow Park is now in Ward 8

    • Great recipes

    • Cool tidbits from the archives

    • Putting your garden to bed

    • Orange shirt day and more!

  • September 23, 2021 7:20 PM | Anonymous

    This afternoon, the Calgary Police knocked on several residents doors on the 400 block of 48th Avenue SW in Elboya to try and determine if anyone has video of an 8-year old girl who was walking west yesterday on the 400 block of 48th Avenue SW. The police told at least one resident that the attempted abduction occurred between 4:30 pm and 5:15 pm yesterday, September 22.

    • The 8-year girl has brown hair and was wearing grey pants and a black shirt.
    • Any information or video footage from the community should be sent to
    • The note below went out to parents whose children attend Elboya School. 

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    This letter is to inform you of a recent incident involving one of our students.

    It was reported to the school today that on Wednesday, September 22 around 5:00 pm, an elementary grade student was walking on 4A Street between 54 and 55 Avenue when a man approached the student and forced her into a blue-coloured van. The student yelled and kicked until she was released from the van on 47 Avenue and 4 Street in Elboya.

    The suspect is reported to have driven away. The student went home and called 911.

    The school was made aware of the situation today and we have connected with the Calgary Police Services.

    We wanted to inform you so that together, we can all work to ensure the safety of our students.

    Teachers will continue to review the safety strategies below with our students. Parents are encouraged to review these with their children as well.

    • Walk with a friend or travel to and from school in a group.
    • Tell your parents or a teacher if you see anything that makes you feel unsafe.
    • Don’t talk to strangers and stay 2m away.
    • Do not go anywhere with anyone you do not know (in a car or on foot).
    • If someone you don’t know approaches you, run the other way even if the person claims to know you or your parents.
    • If a stranger makes an attempt to grab you, pull away and yell “help, this is not my parent”. Move quickly away from the person.

    If students or parents witness any suspicious person(s), please contact police by calling 911.

    The school is taking every step possible to keep our students safe. If you have further questions about this, please contact me at the school at 403-777-7760.


    Susan Wright


    Elboya School

    4804 6 St SW Calgary, AB T2S 2N3     403-777-7760

  • September 12, 2021 11:51 AM | Anonymous

    The results are in.  

    We sent municipal candidates a planning and development survey.  Find out the results here. 

    Candidate reponses_PD Survey_7Sept21_.xlsx

  • April 26, 2021 4:19 PM | Anonymous

    This issue is full of information, fun facts and a few surprises.

    • The Gerry Shaw Memorial Garden
    • How Does Your Garden Grow?
    • Green Space Development

    • River Safety

    • The Sifton Blvd Goose Family

    • The Christ Church Labyrinth

    • More History on the Community

    • Update on the Guidebook for Great Communities and more

  • February 25, 2021 2:50 PM | Anonymous

    Elbow Park is home to many skating rinks beside the three at the clubhouse.  Check these out. 

    East Elbow Park Adopt a Rink

    Location: 39 Ave and 4A St SW

    This is a small rink (approx 30 x 50) but has been a great spot for beginner skaters (young and old) to test their skills

    Chipmunk Park

    Location: 36 Ave and 13 Street

  • January 23, 2021 5:25 PM | Anonymous

    The new issue of the Gazette is available on line. (Winter2021)

    This months issue includes the following features: Kicking It Old School - Christ Church’s Bells -  Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign - Local Lore - Call for Elbow Park Photos - and more.

    Don't miss the notice for the upcoming town hall meeting.
    Town Hall Meeting: Development in Elbow Park
    February 25, 2021 7:00 PM
    via Zoom

    Read Now
  • December 14, 2020 12:08 PM | Anonymous

    We are so pleased to report we have been successful in a grant application!

    The CFEP grant we received for $125,000 to build our Storage Shed is a MATCHING grant. That means that we need to raise $125,000 in order to qualify for the grant. We would love to have organized a fundraising event where neighbours could gather, however, that is not possible right now. 

    The best we can do is simply ask you to consider making a donation toward our “Park Enhancement Fund” where the donations will be used for the Storage Shed and our other projects to improve the park. 

    Check out our conceptual plan and consider making a donation.

  • December 04, 2020 5:40 PM | Anonymous

    With new restrictions, we wanted to share with you some local businesses that have partnered with the EPRA for our Membership Loyalty Program. Your support of these businesses and others is critical this holiday season.

    Adrienne Furrie Makeup: EPRA Members qualify for free home delivery on online orders (no minimum required) and a complimentary professional makeup brush with your first order. To access free delivery, select "local pickup" as your shipping method. Learn more and order

    Marda Loop Brewing: EPRA Members will receive 15% off their order! Marda Loop Brewing has stepped up their delivery and take-away and are ready to supply you with delicious eats and treats all lockdown long! Learn more and order

    P.S. Are you a local business and would like to partner with us? Contact us or learn more online

  • November 19, 2020 12:11 PM | Anonymous

    November 19 marked the 2020 EPRA AGM and the new Board wants to thank all those who were able to attend!! 

    A lot of information was shared, there was great participation and many were recognized for all the work they put into our community throughout the year. 

    While 2021 promises to be a busy one with developments, City changes and new "normals", it was fun to look back at some early pictures of Elbow Park. If you missed out on the history presentation at the AGM make sure you check out the new history page on our site. Learn more

    Thank you for making Elbow Park a great community to live in!

  • November 07, 2020 12:20 PM | Anonymous

    With so many changes and activities surrounding development in Calgary, our EPRA Development Committee wanted to take the time to update you on areas that may impact Elbow Park.

    Thank you to the over 530 residents who completed our Development Survey.

    Read about Caveats & Restrictive Covenants

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