The Inventory is a list of historic resources, including, but not limited to: buildings, structures, archeological sites, cultural landscapes, and parks that the CHA has evaluated and formally acknowledged to have significant heritage value.
The data in this map are 2-way 16h bike volumes collected on a single weekday in 2015, factored to represent the average September/October volume. Factors were calculated based on 13 automated count stations.
The Development Permit Public Notices data set consists of development permits which have been made public. The City of Calgary is required by law to publish Development Permit information for two weeks.
Calgary has 150 public off-leash areas in our multi-use parks. In total there are more than 1,250 hectares of off-leash space for Calgarians and their dogs to enjoy. Related information: Off leash information.
Identifies variable width biophysical riparian areas along major rivers and streams in Calgary, as of 2012. Four separate riparian zones are delineated: Inner Riparian, Middle Riparian, Outer Riparian, and Potential Outermost Riparian. Boundaries are based on city-wide models driven by distance from the river/stream, slope profiles from digital elevation models, and field work calibration based on sampling of riparian plant community locations. Note that the methods identify both developed and undeveloped riparian areas.