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Little Free Libraries

Little-Free-Library-LogoTake a look at totallyCalgary’s Pinterest Board of Little Free Libraries that Calgarians have designed and constructed.

If you have a Little Free Library in your yard, send us a picture and we will add it out our Pin Board.

Rutland Park Community Background

Rutland-CommunityUntil the 1980’s, the community of Rutland Park was known as Sarcee Park.  Rutland Park is a small community.  It was annexed to the City of Calgary in 1910, however, it did not develop until 1952.  This residential community is close to the Southland Regional Park, the Richmond Green Golf Course and the pathways.  With the closure announcement in 1998 of the Canadian Forces Base Calgary the areas of Lincoln Park PMQ and Currie Barracks were then designated for redevelopment and a new Master Plan for the CFB West lands was released in December 2000 by the City of Calgary.  Currently, the City of Calgary, the Community Association and surrounding areas are negotiating redevelopment as outlined in the Master Plan of December 2000.

CFB Currie Rutland Community Association

Rutland-Park-Currie-Barracks-Community-AssociationThe results of several brainstorming sessions by the Rutland Park community board were presented at the May 23 Town Hall Meeting. These important statements will be used to guide our work and decisions. Your feedback is welcome!

Our Mission and Values:

Our mission is to engage community residents, advocate on their behalf, foster community spirit, and practice meaningful stewardship while honouring our past.

What your Board Commits to Do:

I. Engaging and including residents of our community
II. Addressing community concerns in a transparent fashion
III. Conducting board business in an ethical and fi scally responsible manner
IV. Making decisions based on the needs of the community as a whole
V. Communicating board decisions with one voice
VI. Following through on the commitments and action plans we undertake

Community Values we will uphold:

•honouring our heritage •connectedness: bringing people together
•knowing neighbours, cultural hub, social activities
•everybody is given a voice
•slow inner city living
•pride in our community: volunteerism, participation
•safe community where people can have fun
•pleasant surroundings/maintaining green space and excellent community facilities
•pedestrian friendly: easy walking, cars secondary to people
•self contained: close to amenities, community garden, sustainable
•accessible, age friendly
•desirable quality of life: all season activities
•promote accessible recreational activities

CFB Currie Rutland Community Association

Address: 3130 40 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T3E6W9
Phone: (403) 246-8318
Email: president@rutlandparkcommunity.com
Website: rutlandparkcommunity.com




  • Glenbrook School – K – Gr 6 – 4725 33 Avenue SW Calgary AB T3E 3V1
  • A.E. Cross School – Gr 7 – 9 – 3445 37 Street SW Calgary AB T3E 3C2
  • Central Memorial High School – 5111 21 Street SW Calgary AB T3E 1R9
  • Sir James Lougheed Elementary – All Boys Program – 3519 36 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3E 1C2
  • Holy Name School – K – Gr 6 – 3011 35 Street SW Calgary AB T3E 2Y7
  • St Michael School – K – Gr 9 – 4511 8 Avenue SW Calgary AB T3C 0G9
  • St. James School – K – Gr 9 – 2227 58 Avenue SW Calgary AB T3E 1N6
  • St Mary’s High School – 111 18 Avenue SW Calgary AB T2S 0B8
  • Bishop Carroll High School – 4624 Richard Road SW Calgary AB T3E 6L1

Recreational Amenities

Hockey Rink
Skating Rink – outdoor
Sports/Play Fields
Seniors Programs

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