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25 Avenue S.E. / LRT Grade Separation Study

February 26th, 2017

The City of Calgary is conducting a functional planning study of 25 Avenue S.E. and the Red Line LRT tracks to the east of Macleod Trail. The study will develop a recommended grade separation plan for the Red Line LRT tracks and 25 Avenue S.E. The final recommended plan will improve travel through this area for people driving, walking, cycling and taking transit.
Currently no funding is available for the construction of the final recommended plan.

Please join The City of Calgary at an open house to learn more about the 25 Avenue S.E. / LRT Grade Separation Study. You will have the opportunity to share your experiences travelling through the study area, and ask the project team questions.

How can I participate in the study?

You can participate in a number of different ways:

  • Join us at our public open house (drop-in format)
    Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
    Time: 5 – 8 p.m.
    Location: Repsol Sport Centre (formerly Talisman Centre), 2225 Macleod Trail S.E
  • Participate in our online survey. It will be live on the project engagement page from February 28 – March 13, 2017.
  • Please sign up for email newsletters to get updates on the study and upcoming engagement opportunities.
  • Information about engagement opportunities will be posted on the project engagement page.

Letter Received by Residents RE: Greenline Alignment

February 26th, 2017

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Green Line Community Meeting

February 25th, 2017

There are new proposed Greenline alignments that affect our community.

Some residents have been sent letters about this new proposed alignment, but the communication has not included the rest of Ramsay.

Here is the information from the city:

Tuesday February 28th
Lower Hall

Prior to the City of Calgary’s meetings next week, I (Erin Joslin) will be holding a community meeting to hear your concerns, share information and draft up questions for the city to respond to on March 2.  Please help share the word about the proposed alignment and about the meetings, especially this community meeting.


Thursday March 2
6:00 PM
The Commons – Hemmingway Room 1206 20 Ave SE

This presentation will be a preview of the update the Green Line team will provide to City Committee on March 15, which will include:
An overview of our evaluation and how we arrived at the MacDonald Avenue SE option
An overview of the trade-offs of each option
An outline of the next steps in the evaluation and decision process

Ramsay Traffic and Access Concerns

February 5th, 2017

I put together a graphic to try and explain what is currently planned for our community. – Erin Joslin

Ramsay Traffic & Access Concerns


February 5th, 2017

Snow Route Parking Ban in effect. Cars off the streets everyone. Share this with your neighbours.

“The snow route parking ban program supports snow plowing operations by removin​g parked vehicles from the streets, and allowing crews to clear snow from Calgary roads more efficiently and effectively. During a ban, parking will be temporarily restricted on designated snow routes for up to 72 hours. Parking bans are reserved for the few times each winter when there is a large build-up of snow on city streets.”

This is a map of all the streets that are on the Snow Route Parking Ban. There is also a place to enter your address on the website to see if your street is included. Link Below

Snow Routes

Download the February Newsletter

January 30th, 2017

You can now download the  February newsletter.

The newsletter delivery team will be bringing the newsletter to your mailbox on the week-end of February 4-5.

If you have any questions or comments about newsletter delivery, please contact

Enjoy the new issue!

Ramsay Community Spring Soccer 2018

January 24th, 2017

Ramsay Community Spring Soccer


Ramsay Soccer is a volunteer-run program that provides non-competitive soccer for players aged 3-8. Age groups will be divided depending on the number of children registered.

This is a fun program intended for kids to make new friends and learn a little about soccer at the same time. This league is generously sponsored by the Ramsay Recreation Committee.


  • When: Wednesdays from 6 – 7pm, starting May 3 until June 21, 2018
  • Where: Games will be played in the field next to the Ramsay rink
  • Weather related cancellations will be decided by coaches and parents notified that day
  • This is a parented league; please ensure that one parent/guardian is present during games


Want to get involved? We are looking for volunteers! Please email for further information, or call Esther at 403.991.9251 

Ramsay Winterfest 2017 on Saturday February 11

January 24th, 2017

The Ramsay Winter Festival is happening Saturday February 11, 10am-2pm at Ramsay Rink

  • Hot chocolate and marshmallows by the fire!
  • Skating and games!
  • Crafts!
  • Face painting 11am-1pm!

Free winter fun for everyone

General Meeting on Tue Jan 3, 2017

January 2nd, 2017

Please join us for a General Meeting of the Ramsay Community Association on Tuesday Jan 3, at 7 pm, in the upper hall.

Rent the Ramsay Rink

November 30th, 2016

We rent the covered rink surface throughout the year for a variety of private events.

The fee ( $70/hour including GST or $100/1.5 hours including GST) gets your group exclusive use of the rink, access to the washrooms/change area and use of the overhead lights (if required for evening rentals).

Click here for full details