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Bridgeland Calgary Community Profile: Amenities, Schools & More

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Bridgeland is a northeast inner city community in Calgary found roughly east of Edmonton Trail, west of Deerfoot Trail, south of 7th Avenue NE and north of the Bow River.

As with most other Calgary inner city neighbourhoods, you will find many new infill properties and new condominium developments within the community.

The community was established over a century ago in 1914. The age of these residences and the need for redevelopment has given way to several new infill projects which have rejuvenated the neighbourhood into a family-friendly inner city living destination.

Surrounding the neighbourhood are three different north, east and west escarpments which separate it from its neighbouring communities of Crescent Heights and Renfrew. A few minutes south is the Bow River, Calgary Zoo, East Village, St. Patrick’s Island, Chinatown and the downtown business core.

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Amenities & Services

Residents of Bridgeland have quick-and-easy access to countless amenities and services found along 1st Avenue NE. This road serves as an amenity corridor for the neighbourhood and is host to a large variety of restaurants, shops and other services.

Meanwhile, close proximity to routes such as Edmonton Trail NE, Centre Street N, Memorial Drive NE and 16th Avenue N provide convenient access to all the necessities of day-today living while also providing good connectivity to the rest of the city.

Recreational opportunities for Bridgeland residents are abundant and provided by the Bow River Valley and parkway, Bottomlands Park, Tom Campbell’s Hill Natural Park and a few others. Bridgeland LRT station provides great access to and from downtown Calgary as well as the NE, NW, SW and downtown terminals.

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Bridgeland Schools (2017-2018)

Schools in Bridgeland vary in program offered and location. Here are the schools found within the neighbourhood as well as those designated for French immersion, Catholic, Public and other special programs:

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  • Langevin School (Science Alternative) – 107 6A Street NE – K-9
  • St. Angela (Public) – 231 6th Street NE – K-6
  • Colonel Macleod (Public) – 1610 6th Street NE – 5-9
  • Stanley Jones (Public, All Girls) – 950 6th Street NE – K-9
  • Crescent Heights (Public) – 1019 1st Street NW – 10-12
  • St. Alphonsus (Catholic) – 928 Radnor Avenue NE – K-9
  • St. Mary’s (Catholic) – 111 18th Avenue SW – 10-12
  • St. Francis (Catholic) – 877 Northmount Drive NW – 10-12
  • Blessed Mother Teresa (French Immersion) – 121 Midlake Blvd SE – Elementary
  • Madeleine d’Houet (French Immersion) – 108 22nd Street NW – Junior High

*Sourced from CBE, CCSD, Bridgeland Community Association

Community Demographics

Bridgeland is a highly desirable inner city infill community to live in. Recent Civic Census results by the City of Calgary have collected pertinent information for potential home buyers:

City of Calgary, Civic Census 2014

  • Ages 19 and below – 15.0%
  • Ages 20 to 64 – 65%
  • Ages 65 and up – 21%
  • Population – 5,962
  • Occupied dwellings – 2,954
  • Percentage of occupied dwellings occupied by owner – 39.0%
  • Percent of occupied dwellings that were single-family – 28.0%
  • Percent of residents who live in single-family dwellings – 31.0%
  • Percentage of population with at least a high school diploma – 85.0%

City of Calgary, Civic Census 2009

  • Ages 24 and below – 18.7%
  • Ages 25 to 54 – 53.0%
  • Ages 55 and up – 28.4%
  • Average household income – $44,363 (Statistics Canada, 2006 Census)
  • Percentage of population with a High School Diploma or higher – 78.5%
  • Ratio of residents who own their property – 45.6%
  • Ratio of residents who rent their property – 54.4%

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Bridgeland C-Train station is located between west and east Memorial Drive with overpass walkways for easy access. Take a two minute train into downtown from the terminal to get to work or catch a number of public bus routes.

Calgary Transit routes that service the area include Deerfoot Centre, Varsity Acres and Bridgeland, Huntington, Douglas Glen, New Brighton, Renfrew and Spruce Cliff, 16th Avenue North, Downtown shuttle, Inner City Loop, McKenzie, Rosedale, Tuscany, Riverbend and Erin Woods. These aren’t the only routes that are available.

There are over a dozen other different routes accessible via downtown LRT terminals. Getting around is convenient, allowing more time to live rather than commuting.

Community Boundaries

  • Northern Border – 7th Avenue , 9a Street , 8th Avenue NE from Edmonton Trail to Deerfoot Trail
  • Eastern Border – Nose Creek from Centre Avenue to Memorial Drive NE
  • Southern Border – Memorial Drive from Nose Creek to Edmonton Trail NE
  • Western Border – Edmonton Trail  from Memorial Drive to 5th Avenue NE

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