About Us

Brentwood is a vibrant and active community and we encourage participation and a sense of belonging. 

The Brentwood Community Association (BCA) is a volunteer-based non-profit organization. The BCA is governed by a Board of Directors who are all residents of Brentwood.  We are dedicated to the well-being of our community!

What We Offer

The BCA provides many services and programs to our residents. Click the buttons below to learn more about our facilities, programs and activities:

Announcements

Drivers Needed – You Can Help Address Food Insecurity In Calgary and Brentwood

The past two months as Covid has started to surge again and food prices rise and inflation at a rate not seen for 30 years, food insecurity has surged in Calgary, Brentwood and across Canada. You can help address this need in many ways. Drivers NeededFood Hamper Delivery Mornings Tuesday to Thursday. The past two months we’ve struggled to get drivers, at time we’ve had almost half the regular pool out (Thank you so much to our pool drivers, you’ve made a tremendous difference), an almost equal distribution between Covid isolation/Covid delayed surgery/Travel. If we could have 5-6 more drivers in the pool,

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Event: Ask the City Assessor

2022 Property Assessments A Message from the Office of Sean Chu Hello Ward 4 CAs, Assessment is hosting a virtual information session to help answer property owners’ assessment questions. The event will be hosted on MS Teams and property owners are asked to register for the event through Eventbrite. Event:  Ask The City Assessor Summary: This virtual information session is open to Calgary home and business owners, who may have questions about their 2022 Property Assessment. About this Event: This virtual information session is open to Calgary home and business owners, who may have questions about their 2022 Property Assessment.

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Heritage Calgary Needs Community Feedback

A Message from Heritage Calgary We are reaching out about an important civic initiative that affects every community in Calgary. Earlier this year, city council approved funding for Heritage Calgary, a charitable civic partner of The City of Calgary focused on the research, education, and preservation of our shared heritage in Calgary, to develop a framework that Calgary-based organizations and groups interested in pursuing plans for naming, renaming, commemoration, and removal, can use to guide their own plans moving forward. This initiative provides a chance to expand the understanding and awareness of Calgary’s diverse heritage and to ensure that historical

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Waste & Recycling Update – December / January

Compost your real Christmas tree Help keep Christmas trees out of the landfill this season. To compost your real Christmas tree, remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel and garland then: Option 1: Put your tree in your green cart Cut your tree into small pieces to fit inside your green cart. Make sure the lid can close. Put extra branches into paper yard waste bags, roll closed and set at least 0.5 metres (2 feet) to the side of your green cart. Trees that are not prepared this way will not be collected. Option 2: Bring to a tree drop-off from

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ENMAX – Work in Brentwood & Charleswood

Overhead Reconductor Program Project Overview The Overhead Reconductor Program aims to upgrade overhead electrical infrastructure to facilitate our city’s growth and prepare for future electrical demands. As part of Reconductor projects, ENMAX Power Corporation (ENMAX Power) will be replacing existing distribution poles, installing new distribution poles, installing larger primary and secondary cables, tree trimming (if required) and replacing anchor support systems. In general, these overhead cables are primarily located in alleyways, but associated equipment can be located within residential or commercial properties. Where these utilities exist depends on the layout of your community. For more information: Overhead Reconductor Program – ENMAX

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Current Events

Fall Art Walk – POSTPONED

We are sad to inform everyone that we have made the very difficult decision to postpone this event. We will reevaluate in spring 2022.  Please scroll down to get to know the artists behind the murals, the sponsors of the project and the donors of the prizes. We encourage you to walk Brentwood and visit the murals. We will be updating the map as the last few murals find walkways to call home. Please check back regularly! PS. We are actively confirming if YYC Food Trucks is still a go. Stay tuned!   Join us in celebrating the completion of

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Teach Me Brentwood Cares – Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway®

Join us for our fifth Teach Me event “Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway®” on Wednesday, August the 18th! We are lucky to host Eva Csiki, a licensed instructor to train Feel the Fear. This event is free of charge! For more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/feel-the-fear-and-do-it-anyway-teach-me-tickets-164023806621?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb  or email: Rayan.Alfuhaid@ucalgary.ca Supported by Brentwood Cares!

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