Beltline News

Keeping Storm Drains Clear This Spring

Storm drains are a part of Calgary's stormwater system. There are about 60,000 storm drains in Calgary working to capture water and melting snow...

Calgary Needs More Homes. Citywide Rezoning Will Help

With the approval of ‘Home is Here: The City of Calgary’s Housing Strategy’, Council directed The City of Calgary to implement actions that will...

Weekly Green Cart Returns End of April

by The City of Calgary Waste and Recycling Services Weekly green cart pickup returns the last week of April. Check your schedule at and...

Connaught (Beltline) Crime Statistics Update

Connaught (Beltline) Crime Activity was Down in February 2024 Connaught (Beltline) Calgary experienced 61 crimes in February 2024, in comparison to 79 crimes the previous...

Connaught (Beltline) Real Estate Statistics Update

In March 2024, the south west Calgary community of Connaught (Beltline) had a median home ask price of $332,500 while the median home sold...

Connaught (Beltline) Business Classifieds

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Beltline Business Classifieds

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April 2024 MP Report – Calgary Centre – Greg McLean

Just over two years ago, Russia invaded Ukraine, a sovereign nation with close ties to Canada. We have the largest number of people of...

Explore the City of Calgary Roadway Activities Map

Curious about the ongoing road projects in your area? Wondering when the last time your neighbourhood roads were repaved? Plan your routes with ease...

Beltline Real Estate

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

Beltline: The Heart of City Living

Originally named after the Calgary Municipal Railway’s Route No. 5 trolley, the Beltline district boasts a heritage tied to Calgary’s early warehouses, some still standing today. Evolving over the years, Beltline has experienced remarkable development and population growth, driven by urban living investment and interest.

Situated at the southern edge of Beltline, 17th Avenue has emerged as a lively mixed-use area. Recognized as one of Calgary’s Business Revitalization Zones, Uptown 17th embodies a dynamic blend of bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and shops, earning the title of Calgary’s primary “party street.” Beyond its commercial vibrancy, the avenue is surrounded by thriving residential neighbourhoods. Beautiful murals can be found throughout the neighbourhood which only enhances the experience of city living.

Connaught School, along with the Calgary Board of Education’s main office, anchors the educational landscape of Beltline. These institutions play a vital role in shaping the academic environment within the community.

Beltline extends beyond the urban setting by incorporating parks that provide a breath of fresh air amidst city life. Haultain Park, Tomkins Park, and Connaught Off-Leash Dog Park are notable spots that offer a natural retreat, allowing residents to escape the city’s hustle and bustle without leaving its boundaries.

Beltline Neighbourhoods Association

102 17 Ave SW
Calgary, AB
T2S 3G2
PO Box 16027 Lower Mount Royal
[email protected]

At the heart of Beltline, the Beltline Neighbourhoods Association unites West Connaught, Connaught Centre, Victoria Centre, and East Victoria. A grassroots organization initiated by dedicated residents, the association’s mission is to create an inclusive and diverse community. Open to all residents, it aims to enhance the Beltline’s appeal through community spirit, relationship-building, and support for recreational, cultural, social, athletic, and educational activities.

Demographic Snapshot

According to the City of Calgary’s 2021 Census, Beltline is home to 25,880 residents in private households, with a median household income of $71,000 pre-tax. Housing statistics reveal 16,985 occupied private dwellings, of which 86% are apartments in buildings with more than five stories. Owner households constitute 25%, while 75% are renter households.

Beltline stands out as a diverse community with 800 residents identifying with indigenous groups, mainly Metis and First Nations. Additionally, some belong to the Inuk Indigenous group or multiple indigenous groups. Immigrants make up 32% of the population in private households, contributing to the rich cultural fabric of Beltline.

For more detailed demographics visit the City of Calgary community profiles site.

Beltline Community Map

Google Map of Beltline, Calgary, AB