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:


Ward 4 Information Update November 2021

Information from the Ward 4 Office of Councillor Sean Chu Please CLICK HERE for Councillor Sean Chu’s Ward 4 Report. Topics included in the report:  Snow and Ice Control Priority Routes Frozen Water Pipes  – reduce your risk 311 Statistics    

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John Laurie Blvd. NW Restoration & Reconstruction – Shaganappi Tr. to 14 St. .. November 9th, 2021 Update

Update from the City of Calgary Crews have concluded remaining construction activities as part of John Laurie Boulevard N.W. restoration & reconstruction, and the project is now complete, on time and on budget. Improvements as part of this project include: Pavement rehabilitation and restoration of 4.5kms of John Laurie Boulevard N.W. Installation of high-tension cable barriers in the median Replacement of deteriorated catch basins, manholes and streetlights Realignment of the entrance to the Many Owls Valley parking lot at Nose Hill Park to provide safer access Pathway upgrades at the 19 Street and 14 Street interchange and a new pathway

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Brentwood is Beautiful – Brentwood Walkway Mural Project Map

This project set out to 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 art project and Encourage more walking in Brentwood by having a walkway map Here is a link to the map. https://tinyurl.com/Brentwood-is-Beautiful Have fun exploring the many walkways and the greenstrip in our community, and enjoy the beautiful art!        

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Calgary Airport .. October 15th, 2021 Update

Update from The Calgary Airport Authority We are planning some exciting projects throughout the 5,000 acres of land we occupy in Ward 5. One of those projects is the major rehabilitation of the west runway —a project worth more than $115 million that recently received a $57.5 million investment from the Government of Canada. It will take two to three years to complete and create up to 300 jobs for Albertans. We want to ensure Calgarians are informed about the project, especially as there will be changes in departure and landing patterns that residents may notice overhead. We have created

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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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Teach Me Brentwood Cares – Bees and Gardening

Learn about the biology of bees in order to understand how we can create garden spaces that attract these important pollinators on Saturday, July 17th at 10 am.  In this engaging, interactive talk from Master Beekeeper, Gisele Hardock of Hive and Harvest, you will learn about the lifecycle, habitat, and needs of the bees native to North America – bumblebees and solitary bees as well as honeybees and other pollinators. You will learn specific strategies for gardening with pollinators in mind, including plant lists for the Alberta climate, our top 10 strategies and resources for learning more. Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/bees-and-gardening-tickets-160428771775?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb Supported by Brentwood Cares!

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