CKE Bottle Drives

All of our upcoming bottle drive dates and information can be found on our Events Page

Volunteers Needed

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Please click here to see all upcoming Heritage LAP Information Sessions hosted by the City of Calgary.

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The Heritage Communities Local Area Plan is anticipated to return to Council on September 19, 2023 for second and third reading. There is no public hearing or opportunity for the public to speak to this item, but if interested you can watch online. The agenda has not yet been released, but it is generally published the Thursday prior to Council (check the Council Agenda Webpage for details on Thursday, Sept 14).

Following Council on September 19, an update will be shared with all project email subscribers and posted on the project website at


 New basketball hoop has been added into the CKE Gym. We are looking for someone to run a basketball program. If you are interested contact Jen at


New changes to the Residential Parking Permit (RPP)


Construction is planned for 14th Street Ramp to Westbound Glenmore April – November 2023. For more information can be found on the City of Calgary website.

As part of the City of Calgary’s ongoing efforts to improve and maintain infrastructure, The City of Calgary will be resurfacing 14 Street S.W. from 75 Ave S.W. to Glenmore Trail.

Aecon Transportation West will be working in the area within the week of June 12.

While the main priority of the work is asphalt rehabilitation, there will also be curb and gutter work and manhole adjustments.

Please note that work is weather dependent, and the scheduled dates are tentative and subject to changes.

How will this work impact the area?

  • This project, including detours and lane closures, is being coordinated with the ongoing bridge rehabilitation work on the 14 Street ramp.
  • When construction begins, it is anticipated there will be single lane closures during off-peak hours to improve safety of pedestrians and drivers.
  • In order to reduce disruptions and to ensure that there is minimal impact to commuters, businesses, and emergency services, paving work will take place at nighttime.

General road repair information:

  • Concrete repair: This procedure involves removal and replacement of existing damaged concrete.
  • Paving: This involves milling the existing asphalt surface and inlaying the new asphalt.

Please note that new pavement can take up to three hours to cool and traffic restrictions will need to remain until this is completed.

  • Road markings: Temporary road markings will be in place until the permanent can be completed.


Programs & Activities

The CKE community association offers a wide range of recreation options for all ages. A number of registered and scheduled events are open to both residents and neighbouring communities, while there are several community amenities open to all on a drop-in basis.

The CKE would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy (comprising the Siksika, Piikani, and Kainai First Nations).  Treaty 7 traditional territory also includes the Tsuut’ina Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda (including the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Goodstoney Nation). The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.