This committee provides advice, background information, community context and community issues and concerns feedback to the City of Calgary and the BRCA Board on development issues in Bridgeland.


This committee works to enhance and maintain the public realm through neighbourhood initiatives and creative installation in our community.


The Transportation committee works to research, advise on and proactively address airplane, traffic, parking safety, pedestrian and cycling issues in our community.

Planning Director

A Planning Director is elected each year at the Annual General Meeting (April/May) and meets with a variety of volunteer committees, community partners and various city authorities to hear and review planning, beautification and connections issues that impact the neighbourhood.  The Planning Director acts as the liaison with various city led initiatives including programs such Affordable Housing, Calgary Parking Authority and Main Streets.  The Planning Director works with a number of community-based initiatives to enhance efforts to increase urban vitality and safety in the community including programs such as Building Safe Communities, Neighbourwoods, Community Clean Up, Sustainable Calgary and Safe and Smooth.


Interested in joining the Planning Committee?

We ask that you contact the Planning Director first, and attend at least 3 planning meetings before applying.

Applicants are reviewed based on experience, skill set needs of the committee, location of residence in the community and diversity of representation criteria. Committee members must have valid BRCA Memberships.

Submit an Interest Form and a Conflict of Interest Form to [email protected].



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  • Linda Bank
    commented 2019-04-25 07:16:56 -0600
    I am a resident who walks in the community a lot. I have a concern with non-Bridgelandians parking in spots around Bridgeland, then walking into the core to work. There are quite a few unmarked spots where there are 1 or 2 spaces, or in some cases, a block. More specifically, 2 spots at corner of McDougall Road and 6A Street NE, an entire 1/2 a block at corner of 6 Street NE and Meredith Road NE, 4 or 5 spaces in front of Calvary Grace Church at 1 Ave NE and 6A Street NE (which is deplorable, what if the church needed the space for a funeral or something?). Also the entire block between 5 Ave NE and 6A Street NE and 7 Street NE is CONSTANTLY plugged with vehicles during the workday who park and then ride bikes, walk, or grab a car2go (then when they come back, leave the car2gos stranded there). There are also spots on the west side of Edmonton Trail that exist as well. These people zoom up, park and saunter off like it’s their right to cut through our neighborhood, cause traffic congestion (speeding down 1st Avenue to cut through, a speeder even ran the neighbor’s cat over last year at the bubble crosswalk, they don’t care at all), never use the shops and get free parking so they can work downtown and save money. It may be legally okay to park in these spots, but it’s certainly ethically wrong.

    In my opinion, ALL parking in Bridgeland should be at a minimum Mon-Fri 2 hour parking to stop this nonsense. My question is: do I start addressing this issue with the BRCA Planning Committee or should I go directly to the Calgary Parking Authority to get this rectified?

    Thank you,
    Linda Bank
    226 8A Street NE

Bridgeland-Riverside Community Association

917 Centre Ave. N.E.
Calgary, AB T2E 0C6
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