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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!
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Cleaning out the garage this summer? When cleaning up the garage, put that waste in the right place. Here are some tips: Old garden hoses, rope and electrical cords: Put in the garbage. They can’t be recycled and create major tangles at the recycling facility, causing delays and equipment damage. Broken patio furniture: Put smaller items like lawn chairs, stools and side tables in your black cart. Chemicals, motor oil, paint and propane tanks: Take to a household hazardous waste drop-off at City landfills or designated fire stations for safe disposal. Visit calgary.ca/hhw for locations. Power tools, electric lawn mowers, hedge
A Message from the City of Calgary: City of Calgary strives to keep Calgarians moving and infrastructure operating at peak efficiency. This program supports the objectives of One Calgary as well as the achievement of performance measurements such as the percentage of roadway pavement in good or very good condition. This year, the focus of the program is primarily on restoring major roads condition and addressing citizen requests. As part of the prioritization process, roadways selected for pavement rehabilitation throughout Calgary are determined through an extensive evaluation process which includes various road condition surveys, engineering evaluation, and 311 repaving requests.
Join Us in Whispering Woods and the Centennial Natureground! SUMMER TUESDAYS: Join us for Biodiversity Bees and Social Stewardship! Following closely on the 2022 Earth Day theme of Invest in Our Planet, this year’s World Environment Day, June 5, theme is Only One Earth. And it all comes together nicely under the 2022 theme for the International Day for Biological Diversity: Building a Shared Future for All Life. It seems like the perfect year to join in with communal stewardship right here in Brentwood. Yes, we’ll be at it again – even if still physically distanced! If you live, work,
Stay back, stay safe When collection trucks are at work It’s important to be careful around collection trucks to keep you, your family and our drivers safe. Here are some tips to help you stay safe: Always stay at least 10 metres away from a collection truck. Remember, if you can’t see the driver, the driver can’t see you. Please slow down around collection trucks. Make eye contact with the driver before driving in front of or around the truck. When putting your carts out for pickup, place carts and extra yard waste bags at least 0.5 metres apart. Ensure
UPDATE – Northwest Calgary Transmission Line Relocation Project During stakeholder consultation, ENMAX Power determined a proposed and alternate route which will be presented in the upcoming Facility Application with the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC). Click above “UPDATE” for information newsletter May 2022. Project is also posted on the ENMAX website under current projects.
The Varsity Multi Service Redevelopment project will affect access to the household hazardous waste drop-off at Varsity Fire Station #17. Effective April 13, 2022, the household hazardous waste drop-off at Varsity Fire Station will temporarily move to Bowness Fire Station #15, located at 6328 35 Avenue NW. Please take your household hazardous waste to this location instead. An alternative household hazardous waste drop-off in the northwest is Spyhill Landfill at 11808 69 Street NW. Household hazardous waste such as paint, propane tanks, automotive and cleaning chemicals don’t belong in your blue, green or black carts. Take these items to household
We are thrilled to announce the art walk has been rescheduled to Sunday May 15, 12 – 4 pm! Join us in celebrating the completion of this 2021 summer project! Thank you Activate YYC for the grant to make this possible. Goals for the project: Make unique, beautiful places that people would want to seek out in our neighborhood regardless of the season Build stronger connections among our Brentwood residents by engaging them in the walkway mural project and, Encourage more walking in Brentwood by having a map. We installed murals along several walkways in Brentwood and the project inspired Brentwood’s
Here is the map! https://tinyurl.com/BCA-Halloween-Map We had a great turn out for the Halloween chalk art! Thank you to all the artists! If you have any candy donations please feel free to put them in the buckets outside: