Harvest Hills

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Harvest Hills Crime Statistics Update

Harvest Hills Crime Activity was Down in April 2022 The Harvest Hills community experienced 8 crimes in April 2022, in comparison to 13 crimes the previous...

Harvest Hills Business Classifieds

HARVEST HILLS MORTGAGE BROKER: SAVE A BUNCH OF CASH! As a local Harvest Hills Mortgage Professional with a dozen years experience, I have helped your...

May 2022 Ward 3 Report – Councillor Jasmine Mian

Let The Dogs Run Free: New Off-Leash Park in Ward 3 As the weather warms up, it’s the perfect time to get outside with your four-legged...

Bicycle Helmet Safety

Head injuries are the leading cause of serious injury and death to kids on wheels*. Most injuries occur when a cyclist suffers a fall, strikes...

April 2022 Ward 3 Report – Councillor Jasmine Mian

Navigating Calgary’s Ring Road As a growing city and one that moves, Calgary’s Ring Road makes our road network better and provides more options to get...

March 2021 MLA Report – Calgary North East – Rajan Sawhney

Dear friends and neighbours, CBE launched a system-wide high school engagement in 2019, with the objective of balancing enrollment across all of our high schools in...

February 2021 MLA Report – Calgary North East – Rajan Sawhney

Dear friends and neighbours, As we kick off 2021, Alberta’s government remains focused on protecting the lives and livelihoods of Albertans. From administering vaccines to ensuring...

January 2020 MLA Report – Calgary North East – Rajan Sawhney

Dear friends and neighbours, I would like to wish my constituents a Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season filled with...

Yielding to Emergency Vehicles

Time is the enemy in an emergency. For everyone’s safety, it is important for motorists to understand how to correctly yield right of way to...

Harvest Hills Real Estate

Profiled above are the last twelve month real estate statistics for the Harvest Hills community in Calgary; including number of properties listed, number of properties sold, median asking prices, and median sold prices. To view current Harvest Hills Real Estate listings for sale, click here.

Harvest Hills Community Association

c/o 11950 Country Village Link N.E.
Calgary, AB | T3K 6E3
[email protected]

The Northern Hills Community Association consists of the communities of Harvest Hills, Coventry Hills, Country Hills Estates, Panorama Hills Estates, Country Hills and Panorama Hills. These communities are all new developments and are located in the city’s northwest. There are several golf courses in the area, as well as numerous restaurants, shopping facilities and a theatre. Two historical sites, the Reverend George McDougall Cairn and the John A. Lewis Rock Quarry are located in Panorama. Residents of Northern Hills can access the Nose Creek Valley and the West Nose Creek Valley. LRT extensions to this area are planned.
Northern Hills is home to numerous public and separate schools. The Northern Hills community association office is located in the Genstar wing of Cardel Place. As the community association for a rapidly developing community, the association is primarily concerned with urban planning and development proposals. The association also offers sports programming for local residents, including soccer. Cardel Place, operated by the Nose Creek Sports and Recreation Committee, opened in 2004. The centre includes 2 skating rinks, 3 gymnasiums, an aquatic complex, climbing wall, and workout area. It also houses the Calgary Public Library.

Harvest Hills Community Demographics

In the City of Calgary’s 2012 municipal census, Harvest Hills had a population of 7,402 living in 2,569 dwellings, a -1.1% increase from its 2011 population of 7,485. With a land area of 2.2 km2 (0.85 sq mi), it had a population density of 3,360/km2 (8,710/sq mi) in 2012.
Residents in this community had a median household income of $78,949 in 2000, and there were 5% low income residents living in the neighbourhood. As of 2000, 13.1% of the residents were immigrants. A proportion of 6.2% of the buildings were condominiums or apartments, and 4.6% of the housing was used for renting. For more detailed info visit the City of Calgary community profiles site.