About CKE

Chinook Park, Kelvin Grove and Eagle Ridge are three southwest communities. Chinook Park was developed in 1959, Eagle Ridge in 1960 and Kelvin Grove in the 1960s. The area is well connected to Calgary’s major roadways, including Glenmore Trail, Crowchild Trail and 14th Street. The LRT is also nearby.

In addition, the area is close to the Glenmore Reservoir and all of the associated recreational opportunities, including boat docks, regional bike paths, the Weaselhead Flats hiking, and Glenmore Park. Heritage Park, located in Eagle Ridge, is also a popular attraction. There is a public elementary school and Henry Wise Wood High School in the area.

The area’s community centre, located next to Henry Wise Wood High School, hosts a variety of programs, including yoga, karate, highland dancing, wood carving, hockey, soccer and tennis. The centre’s adjacent ice rinks are popular, and they are paved so they can be enjoyed by inline skaters in the summer. Basketball nets have also been installed.

There are also a number of special events held in the area each year, including the annual Halloween party, a skating party, and an evening dinner and dance. Aside from putting on programs and events, the community association also acts as an advocate for residents, notably regarding traffic issues.


Board Updates

See how your CKE Volunteer Board is working for you

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Parking Permits

A valid parking permit should be displayed at all times from the rear view mirror or on the driver’s side of the dashboard to avoid a parking ticket.

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Contribute to the success of your community by volunteering. Read more about volunteer opportunities in CKE.

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about-us-parallax-mission CKE Community Association will strive to build a community which nurtures belonging and motivates its residents to become involved: fostering a proud, safe, energetic, inclusive and connected community.

Recent Posts

  •  "The CKE community is the best kept secret!"  Dawn Messer

  • "I love the community spirit that surrounds us in the CKE neighbourhood." Susan Elford