Community Clean Up

On May 21 from 9AM-1PM, DQCA will be hosting a Community Clean Up at the Douglas Glen parking lot. See the poster for more details! If you would like to volunteer, please email!

Reminder: Annual General Meeting is next week!

Reminder that our AGM is next Wednesday, 7PM @ Deerfoot Inn and Casino! 

Where the 20th & 21st centuries clash?”

Richard White aka there Everyday Tourist, who is also a Calgary Herald and CBC Online urban living columnist will lead a discussion about what the DouglasQuarry Community Association can expect as our three communities evolve over the next 25+ years.

The discussion will revolve around how our community association is unique in that we have both late 20th and early 21st century master planned communities. What will happen to our golf course? Do you know what an urban format school is? How can we evolve into a complete community? What opportunities lurk in our community for places such as the Sobeys site?

We want to hear from you. We need to hear from you!

Bring you questions, suggestions and ideas. Richard White plans to use material from the discussion for future columns and blogs.

Quarry Park Fish Habitat Project


Following the 2013 flood The City undertook a number of projects to repair and reinforce banks along the Bow River. These projects helped protect City infrastructure but in some cases impacted sensitive fish habitat on the river. In order to appropriately compensate for the loss of habitat The City identified a number of sites that could supplement lost habitat at other locations. The Quarry Park project will excavate a historical side channel and install a variety of fish habitat features.

Phase 1 of the construction schedule began this week and is expected to be completed by May 30th. Phase 2 will start on July 16th after the high-water season and should be completed by October 30th. The existing pathway will be closed for the duration of the construction.

A detour has been created for pathway closures – more details can be found at

Councillor Keating has recently published a blog post about this project – Attached is a public notice which includes a map of the pathway closure, and residents can follow progress/learn more about fish compensation projects at Should any residents have specific questions they should contact 311.

Annual General Meeting



MAY 3, 2017 7PM

Special Guest Speaker: Richard White

Richard is a writer and consultant on topics ranging from public art, parks, pathways, plazas and urban revitalization in cities large and small. Richard is a monthly contributor to the Calgary Herald, as well as providing his thoughts and insights on his blog