Sarcee Meadows: A Community within a Community
Sarcee Meadows Housing Co-operative is within the borders of Rutland Park Community Association (RPCA). With RPCA facilities and community programs enjoyed by residents––from kids to seniors––dwellers of Sarcee Meadows always have an avenue for fun, entertaining, and social activities.
In their own words:
“The neighborhood of Rutland Park is one of Calgary’s best kept secrets. This small but growing inner-city community is tucked in between Crowchild Trail and 37th Street in the South West quadrant of Calgary. Its boundaries include Currie Barracks, Lincoln Park, and Richmond Green Golf Course. Redevelopment of the old CFB lands by Canada Lands is pending which will expand this neighborhood and its amenities.
Rutland Park was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910 and was later developed in 1952 under the name Sarcee Park until the 1980s, when it became known as Rutland Park.
According to the City of Calgary Civic Census, the population of Rutland Park has remained virtually unchanged since 2004 and in 2008 was estimated to be at 2,270.”
Sarcee Meadows, on behalf of its residents, pays the annual dues to the community for everyone living here.
- As a dues paying member, you are entitled to the use of the Community Association facilities. During the winter, a natural ice skating rink and a skate changing shack are available. The community hall is available to rent for parties, receptions, banquets, meetings, etc.
Some of the community sponsored events that take place at the hall, for which your family members are eligible include, but are not limited to, seniors activities, sports activities and youth groups.
Your community association also represents the views of its residents to all levels of government, primarily to City Council.
For more information visit their website: Rutland Park Community Association