Acadia News

Acadia Crime Statistics Update

Acadia Crime Activity was Down in June 2024 Acadia Calgary experienced 3 crimes in June 2024, in comparison to 8 crimes the previous month, and...

Acadia Real Estate Statistics Update

In June 2024, the south east Calgary community of Acadia had a median home ask price of $0 while the median home sold price...

The July 2024 Hello Acadia Community Newsletter Magazine

The July 2024 Hello Acadia community newsletter magazine is now available. The Hello Acadia community magazine is a great place to find all...

Acadia Business Classifieds

ACADIA MORTGAGE BROKER: Save a bunch of cash! As a Calgary mortgage broker, I have helped your neighbors navigate their purchase, refinance, and renewal...

Acadia’s Fundraiser Callout!

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Acadia’s Membership Poster

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Additional Events in Acadia – July

Pickleball/ Squash/ Racquetball Courts Come out and try these sports, no experience necessary! Drop-In Prices: $21 per hour/court for ACA Members | $26.25 per hour/court...

Acadia’s July Message from the Board

Happy July y’all! It’s prime summertime in Calgary and we’re here for it! Stampede Breakfast – July 6 Join us for a boot scootin’ time! The...

July 2024 MP Report – Calgary Midnapore – Stephanie Kusie

Yahoo! Happy Stampede, Calgary Midnapore, Parliament is now in recess, and I am happy to be back in Calgary to engage with members of our...

Acadia Real Estate

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

Acadia: A Multicultural Hub Committed to Inclusivity

Welcome to Acadia, a multicultural community established in 1960 with a rich history and a commitment to inclusivity and safety. Nestled in the southeast of Calgary, between the picturesque Bow River and Macleod Trail, Acadia offers a wide range of amenities for residents and businesses.

Acadia offers an array of schools to make this area perfect for families in all areas. Acadia Elementary, Alice M Curtis Elementary, David Thompson Junior High, Lord Beaverbrook Senior High, and Foundations for the Future are just a few schools located in Acadia.

Acadia Community Newsletter

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

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Acadia Community Association

240-90 Ave SE,
Calgary, Alberta
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Founded in 1961, the Acadia Community Association (ACA) is dedicated to creating a vibrant and healthy community for all Acadians. Its mission is to make residents feel included and safe in their neighbourhood. ACA provides programming and host events which all aim to enhance the lives of Acadians.

At the heart of ACA’s initiatives lies the Acadia Recreation Complex (ARC), a premier facility offering a diverse range of amenities. From a curling rink and hockey arena to courts, versatile hall spaces, trade show venues, and a social lounge, Acadia boasts a comprehensive space for diverse recreational activities.

Population and Affluence

As of the 2021 Census by the City of Calgary, Acadia’s population in private households is 9,915, with 69% falling in the 16 to 64 years age group. The community boasts a median total household income of $72,500, showcasing its affluence and offering a variety of beautiful homes, apartments, and condos.

In 2021, 56% of private households in Acadia are owner households, and 44% are renter households, providing diverse housing options.

Inclusivity is at the core of Acadia, with 23% of the population being immigrants and 2% non-permanent residents. Additionally, 455 Acadians identify as Indigenous in private households, primarily consisting of First Nations and Metis Indigenous people.

For more demographic information and updates about Acadia, visit their City of Calgary’s official community profile at City of Calgary.

Acadia Community Map

Google Map of Acadia, Calgary, AB