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Calgary Police Service
Communuity Resource Officer:
Cst. Jake Tyerman
Communuity Resource Office:
Emergency Crime in progress call 911
Non-Emergency Suspicious Activity: 403-266-1234
Complaints/ Incidents to City of Calgary dial 311
or visit the 311 webpage.
Kingsland Community Preschool registration is coming up for the 2022/23 school year. An open house will be held on January 26 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm at the preschool (please use the lower entrance at the SW corner of 505 78th Ave SW - the Kingsland Community Hall). Proof of vaccination is required.
Registration for KCA members and preschool alumni is February 7th from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Registration for the general public will be held on February 8th from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.
January: We are looking for a new Social Director to join our board! Read details in the position description. The Kingsland Community Association is committed to fostering diversity and inclusion both on our board and in our community. Applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply! Application deadline is January 31/22.
Read our letter Calling For Youth Volunteers for information about this rewarding experience. Winter has lots of opportunities to volunteer: at the ice rinks with snow removal, food drives, senior sidewalk snow shovelling, and more…
Calgary Council passed a bylaw in a special meeting with measures to protect residents in the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, as cases overwhelm the health care system. The bylaw mandates that all businesses eligible for participation in the provincial Restrictions Exemption Program (REP) must follow or exceed the program requirements at all times.
Starting on September 23, the following businesses, entities and events must require proof of vaccination, negative test result or a medical exemption letter from patrons:
Recreation and fitness
Recreation and fitness facilities
Adult and youth (12-17) recreational sport groups (players and participants)
Casinos, Bingo Halls, VLT Lounges
Entertainment and recreation centres, such as bowling, racing entertainment, arcades, billiards halls, other similar entertainment
Museums, art galleries
Conferences, meeting spaces, halls, and rented spaces
Weddings and funerals held in public facilities where the facility maintains responsibility for adherence to these requirements
Professional sporting or other performance events (spectators)
Private social events held in public facilities where the facility maintains responsibility for adherence to these requirements
Information on the Vaccine Passport Bylaw can be found here: https://www.calgary.ca/csps/cema/covid19/safety/COVID-19-vaccine-bylaw.html and includes a list of eligible and exempt businesses, FAQ’s and downloadable signage.
Vaccine outreach program
The City has launched a vaccine outreach program in partnership with Alberta Health, Industry for Vaccinations, ACESO Medical, TRAXX and 19 To Zero to reach Calgarians who face barriers to getting their shots. Calgarians will be able to find these drop-in mobile vaccination locations on Calgary.ca. No appointments are needed and locations will be confirmed on the City’s website.
If Calgarians don’t see any mobile stations in their community, they can call 311 to request one. Event organizers and businesses are encouraged to consider booking a mobile station for their sites. If there are other barriers to getting vaccinated, we’d like to hear from citizens about what these are. CEMA in partnership with agency members will be available to support any service request to address these barriers and help get more Calgarians vaccinated.
Face covering Bylaw
The City of Calgary’s mandatory face covering bylaw is still in effect in indoor public spaces. Please continue to follow restrictions that remain in effect, which can be found at www.alberta.ca/covid19.
The City acknowledges how difficult restrictions have been for individuals, families, businesses, and the mental and economic health of our city. We thank all Calgarians and businesses for their efforts to follow Provincial health orders and City bylaws.
Trico Centre for Family Wellness is a non-profit, community-owned and operated recreation facility. We offer something for all ages. Visit www.TricoCentre.ca for up-to-date information.