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Bel Aire

IDBEL

QuadrantSW

Sectorcentre

Ward11

Typeresidential

Structures Built In1960s,1970s

Population 2015442

Population 2016434

Dwellings158

Area0.3 sq/km

Mayfair Bel Aire Community Association
Mayfair Bel Aire Community Association

Mayfair Bel Aire Community Association

c/o Bel Aire Pl. S.W.
Calgary, AB
T2V 2C3

WebsiteFederation Of Calgary Communities

A Community Association membership is a great way to support your community. They are inexpensive and voluntary. A valid membership is usually required to participate in recreational, social and educational programs from soccer to girl guides, karate to yoga, stampede breakfasts to senior programs, movie nights and much more! Several Calgary recreation centres will also provide a discount for community association membership holders.

Volunteering

Volunteers are the heart and soul of our community. There are over 20,000 volunteers in the Calgary community association network, making it the largest volunteer movement in the city! Without volunteers we wouldn't be able to do the things we do. Volunteers are needed for programs, fund raising casinos, community association tasks, family events, community events, sports and much more. Please contact the association directly if you are interested in volunteering.

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The Crescent Heights Community Centre has rooms available for rent to community members and the public. Crescent Heights depends a great deal on the revenues generated from hall rentals for the operation of the entire facility.

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Hall Rentals

For hall rentals please contact the hall directly by calling 403.804.5600.

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