The Bridgeland-Riverside Community Association facilitates involvement and opportunities that attract, connect and sustain a diverse network of people and businesses to improve our collective quality of life.
The BRCA’s mission is to foster the vision for Bridgeland-Riverside by serving and engaging residents and other stakeholders of our community through:
- Facilitating the development and delivery of recreational and social programs
- Connecting the community with information and opportunities
- Engaging with the community to support healthy commerce
- Stewarding the land and facilities under the society’s care and making them optimally accessible to the community
- Coordinating and communicating urban planning issues for the future development of Bridgeland-Riverside, preserving its values, while supporting its evolution.
Become a Member
- Do you have a child between the ages of 3 and 11? Check out our Soccer Program.
- Love gardening? Get your hands dirty with the Garden Club.
- Need a tool? Check out the Calgary Tool Library.
This article will appear in the November 2018 issue of Bridges, the official newsletter of the Bridgeland-Riverside Community Association (BRCA). It was authored by Brian Beck, BRCA President, and Ali McMillan, BRCA Planning Director.
This question sometimes gets asked of us, or sometimes a related point is made during consideration of a planning matter if somebody chooses to say: “BRCA does not speak for me.” Perhaps especially nowadays, though, when our community of Bridgeland-Riverside has so many generational changes happening all at the same time, it’s important to be especially thoughtful and considerate when talking with one another about what the role of a community association is where community planning matters are concerned. If we start with the question that is posed as a title to this article, then such a conversation can perhaps at least begin in a pretty straightforward way. That’s because the answer to the question—“Who does BRCA represent?”—is always hiding in plain sight.
The first part of the answer to the question is the easiest part to state.Read more
Please join us this Thursday for an important Town Hall.
This forum is for Bridgeland-Riverside residents only, to discuss The City's proposal of a public cannabis consumption site in our community's Murdoch Park.
Thursday, September 6, 2018
Bridgeland-Riverside Community Hall
Information will be presented at the start of the meeting. We will then hear from residents.
Trouble reading the poster? Please click on the picture to view in full size.
Our wonderful local artist Janel Nail has created a mural to cover the 110 m chain-link fence at McDougall – Riverside Park (baseball diamond). Her designs, using geometric shapes, start with the Bow Glacier in the west and follow the journey of the river through mountain ranges, along forest foothills, right through the heart of our city and our community, ending in Alberta's beautiful prairie grasslands in the east. The designs depict this journey with nature and city scenes, animals and birds, plants, and people.
Please join us on Sunday, September 23 for an Art Walk & Reveal of the Connecting Back to the Bow mural!
See page 11 of the September issue of the Bridges newsletter for details.
This project is possible through generous funding from TD Park People, the Stepping Stone Fund – Calgary Foundation, and the
Bridgeland Riverside Neighbourhood Grant.
Stay tuned and get involved with the latest cool happenings in Bridgeland-Riverside on our website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to follow Janel @makeandcreatestudio on Instagram, Facebook, and her website at makeandcreatestudio.ca. You can also contact Janel at firstname.lastname@example.org.