Community Resources

Find what Resources You need in Lake Bonavista and surrounding areas:

From athletic/sporting events to City Council meetings to community events and festivals, the City of Calgary offers a variety of events all year round. Check out the City’s Event Calendar.

Community Cleanup events provide an opportunity for Calgarians to dispose of items that do not fit in their waste and recycling carts. They also support community residents who do not have access to cart service. All Community Cleanup events occur on Saturdays and Sundays throughout Calgary. See the clean-up schedule.

Your input on proposed developments and land use applications is essential to our approval process at The City of Calgary. Public input on development and land-use applications is essential to The City’s approval process. You can now provide your input on developments that matter to you by simply visiting the Development Map at a convenient time and location.

The City is listening and working hard to innovate the planning process by creating tools that enable you to participate easily and meaningfully, learn more.

Fish Creek Park is an urban provincial park that preserves the valley of Fish Creek in the southern part of Calgary. It is bordered on three sides by the city, and on the west by the territory of the Tsuu T’ina Nation, a First Nation. Much of the park remains in a natural, forested state.

Learn more about Fish Creek Park.

The Lake Bonavista Community Association (LBCA) and the Lake Bonavista Homeowners Association (LBHA) operate independently.

The LBHA manages the operation and maintenance of the Lake and Park through their Park Superintendent and staff. The Lake is open only to residents of the community.

The LBCA is a recreation center with indoor ice rinks, a gymnasium, fitness facility and more, and is open to the public.

Repairing potholes is an important part of maintaining Calgary’s mobility network and an effective repair to keep Calgarians moving safely. Potholes can develop along streets and paved back lanes due to moisture getting through the asphalt surface followed by repeated freeze/thaw cycles and vehicle traffic.

Temporary pothole repairs are completed during the winter months when roads are clear of snow and ice and permanent repairs occur during the Spring/Summer months. Please submit a 311 online service request to report potholes on City of Calgary streets or report a pothole here.

Report light outages using the City of Calgary’s online Street Light Outage map application.

There are thousands of street lights in Calgary, maintained by different providers. The City contracts Enmax to maintain most street lights adjacent to our roadways. Street light repairs will typically be done within 30 days, weather permitting. More complex issues, including short circuits or underground wire faults, may take longer to repair. Report issues with street light poles through 311.

Before, during and after a snowfall, The City works to keep our roadways, sidewalks, bikeways and pathways safe. Working together to keep Calgarians safe and mobile during and after a winter storm – thank you for doing your part and for your patience. Learn about snow services and information here.

Traffic concerns and requests can be made through the Calgary Police Service’s Traffic Service Request website.

Stretching from Anderson Road to the south boundary of Calgary, Ward 14 includes well-established and brand-new neighbourhoods alike. With Fish Creek Provincial Park running right through its heart, Ward 14 offers the unique opportunity to step out of the comforts of suburbia into the beauty of Alberta’s foothills and back within a matter of minutes, along with some of the most spectacular scenery in the city.

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Canyon Meadows Drive Median Update

City Wide Rezoning OPEN HOUSE

Proposed Rezoning

Traffic Update: Intersection Safety Review

The City of Calgary’s Spring Clean-up program, or street sweeping, removes debris and leftover materials from winter on the roadway. The program begins in mid-April (weather permitting) and runs through June, with community sweeping happening Monday through Fridays, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.