In Our Community
Spring is on it’s way which means it’s time to say goodbye to our ice. But don’t worry it will be back again next winter and we anticipate the Hockey Rink will be ready and raring to go.
Service Canada Presents: Online services, Fraud & Scams
March is Fraud month! Come join us for an information session and learn about our online services, scams and fraud. We will be providing an overview of our various electronic services including – My Service Canada Account, Job Bank, Benefits Finder, eSIN, and eServices. We will also cover some of the latest scams and how to protect yourself!
These information sessions will be held on:
• Wednesday, March 22, 2023 – 1:00 – 2:30 PM MST
• Tuesday, March 28, 2023 – 9:30 – 11:00 AM MST
It’s hard to believe with all this snow that spring is around the corner, but we are very excited for spring and that means spring cleaning!
Keep checking here for information on our upcoming events. We are busy organizing our Parade of Garage sales and our eCycle event.
Traffic Safety in Our Community
The Board recently had the chance to meet with Constable Randy MacDonald regarding Traffic safety in our community. We learned the Calgary Police Service have a program for feedback on the traffic issues in communities like ours. We would like to introduce and encourage the use of the Traffic Service Request system. As residents we see the patterns within our community that a visiting officer might not be aware of, so please try to be as specific as possible and include the area as well as the time the issues usually occur. This will help the Police investigate the area and come up with a solution to make our community safer for everyone. We appreciate your participation.
The Hamptons Community Parking Lot has been used to provide parents with more ease during school drop off.
We understand that everyone has busy lives but the safety of the children is the most important. Stunting, road rage, or any unsafe driving will not be tolerated and lot privileges will be removed.
There have been issues with drivers not using the angled parking system properly. Angled parking is used to keep the flow of traffic moving and when used correctly by everyone, will speed up Drop off. The isles of the lot are one way to help the flow, this means that you cannot pull through. If you aren’t familiar with angled parking check out https://www.alberta.ca/parking.aspx
We appreciate your continued cooperation.