16 Avenue N.W. has a dual nature as both a major city-wide transportation corridor and as a community Main Street that has successfully nurtured a local commercial core in Montgomery for decades. 

The 16 Avenue N.W. corridor from Sarcee Trail to Crowchild Trail requires a coherent planning effort due to the widely variable nature of the corridor today, with differing road classifications, land use, posted speed limits, number of lanes, accommodation of transit and active modes, and levels of planning and construction in recent years. Provision of additional capacity and long-term build-out of the roadway to three core lanes in each direction is expected to fulfill 16 Avenue N.W.’s role as a primary transportation and goods movement corridor, and to support area growth.

The 16 Avenue N.W. Main Street streetscape design project will incorporate what is most important today and in the future about the main street experience with a focus on place making and community building and enhancement.

As there is significant overlap in the two study boundaries and timing for engagement, the two projects are being closely coordinated and aligned.

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Lil' Pantry and Lil' Library at Maranatha Church 

We are excited to share that “Lil’ Pantry” and “Lil’ Library” boxes have been installed on the front lawn of Maranatha near the street and public river pathway. The pantry box is for non-perishable food items and the library is for all kinds of books. These are for anyone in the community to access, both for sharing and/or for receiving!

Montgomery Main street 

Streetscape Master Plan

 

Check out the Streetscape Master Plan for Montgomery Main Street from the City of

Calgary Main Street Project

City of Calgary Police "9 PM Routine" 

We are encouraging Calgarians to establish a '9 p.m. Routine' to help secure your property before heading to bed. 

Property crime, including break and enters, car prowlings and auto thefts, continues to affect citizens across the city. Over the summer months, residential break and enters increase by 20 per cent. In many cases, simply locking up and taking the opportunity away from offenders is enough to stop the crime. So far this year, offenders have only needed to force entry in 34 per cent of residential break and enters. As well, 50 per cent of all residential break and enters occurred overnight, creating a significant safety concern for residents and their families who could be home sleeping.

To learn more click the link below. 

Community News

News from in and around Montgomery

Community Construction Updates

The Future of 16 Avenue NW: Community Engagement

 

16 Avenue N.W. has a dual nature as both a major city-wide transportation corridor and as a community Main Street that has successfully nurtured a local commercial core in Montgomery for decades. 

The 16 Avenue N.W. corridor from Sarcee Trail to Crowchild Trail requires a coherent planning effort due to the widely variable nature of the corridor today, with differing road classifications, land use, posted speed limits, number of lanes, accommodation of transit and active modes, and levels of planning and construction in recent years. Provision of additional capacity and long-term build-out of the roadway to three core lanes in each direction is expected to fulfill 16 Avenue N.W.’s role as a primary transportation and goods movement corridor, and to support area growth.

 

The 16 Avenue N.W. Main Street streetscape design project will incorporate what is most important today and in the future about the main street experience with a focus on place making and community building and enhancement.

To learn more about this project and have your say, click the link below:

Montgomery Main street 

Streetscape Master Plan

 

Project update – Spring 2021

Crews will start work in the spring to finish construction on Bowness Road

With spring just around the corner, crews are gearing up to finish work on the Montgomery Main Street Project. This season crews will be working between 44 and 52 Street N.W. Similar to last year, work will be completed in sections so we can maintain at least one lane of vehicle traffic on Bowness Road N.W.

Protecting Bowmont Natural Environment Park

Protect Bowmont Natural Environment Park, a resource for area residents of NW Calgary to help advocate for reduced development along the boundaries of sensitive urban natural lands and wildlife corridors. 

Check out this site for greater detail on what you can find on the park’s history, the Calgary Planning process, as well as options for dealing with 5651 Nose Hill Drive NW development in 2021-2023.

City of Calgary Police "9 PM Routine" 

We are encouraging Calgarians to establish a '9 p.m. Routine' to help secure your property before heading to bed. 

Property crime, including break and enters, car prowlings and auto thefts, continues to affect citizens across the city. Over the summer months, residential break and enters increase by 20 per cent. In many cases, simply locking up and taking the opportunity away from offenders is enough to stop the crime. So far this year, offenders have only needed to force entry in 34 per cent of residential break and enters. As well, 50 per cent of all residential break and enters occurred overnight, creating a significant safety concern for residents and their families who could be home sleeping.

To learn more click the link below. 

MCA has been named one of Calgarys best community centres!

 

We are very excited to have been added to this wonderful list!

To check out other Best in Calgary lists click the link below:

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Lil' Pantry and Lil' Library at Maranatha Church 

We are excited to share that “Lil’ Pantry” and “Lil’ Library” boxes have been installed on the front lawn of Maranatha near the street and public river pathway. The pantry box is for non-perishable food items and the library is for all kinds of books. These are for anyone in the community to access, both for sharing and/or for receiving!