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My Little Engagement Station at the Hall: Westbrook Local Area Plan

Updated: Nov 28, 2021

The City of Calgary has recently installed an engagement station at the Richmond Knob Hill Community Association grounds to obtain anonymous feedback from residents about the Westbrook Local Area Plan between November 2021 and Fall 2022. The engagement station is intended to allow residents an opportunity to share information throughout the local area planning process.


The Westbrook Communities Local Area Planning project includes the communities of: Wildwood, Spruce Cliff, Westgate, Rosscarrock, Shaganappi, Glendale, Killarney/ Glengarry, Glenbrook and the portions of Upper Scarboro/Sunalta West and Richmond that are west of Crowchild Trail. Through the local growth planning process, the City is engaging residents to to create a future vision for how land could be used and redeveloped in the area. Learn more about the Westbrook Local Area Plan at the City of Calgary website.


Your community has changed over the years and it will continue to evolve over time. The City of Calgary is working together with communities to create a plan for the future.

Based on community input, the first chapter of the local area plan is now ready for your review. It outlines the area’s rich history, the area as it exists today, the vision for the area and core values that support this vision. Share your thoughts between Nov. 22, 2021 and Jan. 4, 2022.


Review the past, present and future highlights that have been drafted for your area’s local area plan at Calgary.ca/Westbrook.


Provide your input before January 4:

  • Online at Calgary.ca/Westbrook,

  • By visiting a local My Idea Station (see map for locations), or

  • Attend a virtual Q&A drop-in session and speak to a City Planner.


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