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Springbank News

Riverbend Message from the Board – April

Things continue to be very busy at the RCA! Our HVAC project is well underway. Furnaces are being replaced over the last several weeks and rooftop...

The March 2019 Edition of Your Springbank

Be in the know! Have a look through the latest issue of Your Springbank to find all the latest hyper-local news, events, photo galleries, classes,...

March is Community Association Awareness Month! How Will YOU Be Part of It?

As proclaimed by Mayor Nenshi, March is Community Association Awareness Month! Did you know that there are 151 community associations in Calgary providing you with endless...

Did You Know?

Community associations make up the largest volunteer network in Calgary! It’s true! Calgary is home to 151 community associations. “What’s a community association?” you ask. Well,...

Neighbourhood Economics

When thinking about your monthly purchases, would you like to spend money locally? Even just 10% of spending in your local economy can create a stronger...

Help Neighbours in Need This Holiday Season with The Calgary Food Bank

Every year we at the Federation of Calgary Communities along with our city’s community associations and other community partners join Mayor Naheed Nenshi in the...

Springbank Community Newsletter

Our top-priority is keeping Springbank residents informed. All the community’s must-know news is easily accessible through the Springbank community newsletter, which is published monthly so that residents are kept current on relevant community and Calgary news. Your Springbank is delivered monthly to every household, apartment, and business, and is a great way to get hyper local advertising exposure.

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Springbank Community

Springbank is a rural community in southern Alberta in Rocky View County. It is located immediately west of the City of Calgary, east of Highway 22, south of the Bow River and north of the rural community of Elbow Valley. Both the Trans-Canada Highway and Lower Springbank Road (north of Highway 8) connect Springbank to Calgary. Springbank consists mostly of country residential acreages developed with estate homes. The adjacent rural communities of Bearspaw to the north, across the Bow River, and Elbow Valley to the south also consist mostly of country residential acreages.
Eastern portions of Springbank have been annexed by Calgary since the early 1980s. These portions are now developed with the Calgary neighbourhoods of Springbank Hill, Aspen Woods, West Springs, Cougar Ridge, Crestmont and Valley Ridge. Springbank is named after Springbank Creek which flows southeast into the Elbow River. The descriptive name for this creek was first applied to the municipal district in 1918 (M.D. of Springbank). It was first given as a school district name on July 11, 1887 because of the numerous springs breaking out of the sides of the lesser coulees all over the district. Most of the early settlers located near the springs.

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