Welcome back to Fairview!

The community of Fairview, established in the late 1950's, is experiencing something of a renaissance. Once aging and deteriorating, in recent years we have witnessed a remarkable regeneration of our arena, former community association building turned community arts centre and school yards and a revival of our community association. We have welcomed many young families in recent years and continue to welcome back those who left many years ago. We are riding a wave of momentum to continue regeneration of our parks and playgrounds, develop strong ties to business and community groups and serve our greater community.

Our Vision:

To promote and enhance a healthy, safe and productive environment for the residents of Fairview by providing access to programs, services and information, all while establishing a sense of community identity and belonging.

Community News


Fairview Business Initiative – November 2014: Stenia Health and High Performance

Stenia Health and High Performance It’s obvious when you step inside Stenia Health and High Performance that you aren’t in a traditional fitness centre. Gone is the sterile, cold environment, the impersonal and hushed climate and the intimidating hard bodies that scare off most of us. This isn’t unintentional. Owners Kelsey Andries and … [Read More...]


Fairview Business Initiative – September 2014: We Cook You Eat

We Cook You Eat-ing in Fairview! A significant anniversary is about to take place in Fairview for a business wanting to become more engaged with our community. On September 25th, We Cook You Eat, a great local eatery and catering business on Fairmount Drive, will celebrate their first year in our community and things are looking good for many … [Read More...]


Flint playground build – a community who builds together, plays together

  Flint Playground Build Well, it’s (almost) all done! Fairview’s Flint Playground Build was held on August 14-17th and what a great time it was! Read on for a breakdown of the weekend of playground building! The fun all started on Thursday evening with community volunteers unloading the delivery truck, sorting through the tangled … [Read More...]

Flint Park's new utility box art

Flint Park utility box art – the story behind the artist and the art

The Utility Box Public Art Program began in 2010 as a pilot project by the Roads department to reduce graffiti vandalism. It’s popularity across the city cemented it’s permanency in 2011 and over 100 boxes have been painted by local artists since its inception. As we mentioned in last month’s newsletter, the utility box in Flint Park (at … [Read More...]

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President’s Message – October

  October 2014 Our membership sales this year have been extraordinary. We currently sit just shy of 490 memberships sold, just a few short of our known modern day record of 493 in 2003-2004 and only a handful under that major milestone of 500. Even more remarkable are the percentage statistics. Average community association … [Read More...]

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Fairview Business Initiative – August 2014: Toppler Bowl

  Fairview Business Initiative:   Toppler Bowl scores big in Fairview   For nearly 50 years, Fairview has been home to a distinctive family-run recreational facility at the heart of this community: Toppler Bowl. It’s hard to believe it, but owners and Fairview residents Dave and Lesley Sanderson occasionally hear a local … [Read More...]

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Flint Park upgrades nearing completion!

August 24th, 2014 Update: Last week saw some enormous additions to Flint Park park. On August 14-17th, the new playground was installed at the new location towards the north end of the park. This was a major community project involving nearly 90 volunteers and a massive undertaking utilizing relationships between the community, individuals, … [Read More...]

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Hillsboro Place Update

July 19th, 2014 Update: The Hillsboro Place meeting on June 12th at the Fairview Baptist Church saw about 35 people turnout including the property owner, property manager, traffic study team and Ward 9 Councillor Gian Carlo Carra. Many different concerns were discussed or addressed and the property owner and manager have committed to ensuring … [Read More...]


Spares & Strikes: Scoring for Fairview!

  Our Spares & Strikes bowling night, sponsored by Servus Credit Union on May 30th was another successful Fairview event! With about 70 people in attendance, teams bowled the night away and enjoyed a very social atmosphere. Door prizes, contests, pizza, giveaways and a silent auction rounded out the evening. We raised just shy of $2000 … [Read More...]

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Flavelle Park upgrades completed!

  After two years of extensive work on Flavelle Park and playground, we are very pleased to announce that all of the upgrades on this beautiful green space are complete as of mid-July, 2014! Please be sure to check out all the upgrades and use this park space to its fullest! If you scroll through the pictures above, you can see just how far … [Read More...]


Looking for a 2014-2015 membership?

2014-2015 Fairview Community Association Memberships are now on sale! If you think membership isn't important, think again! Strong membership empowers the Fairview Community Association to work towards our goals of community improvement, something that we all benefit from. Membership entitles you to vote on items at our General Meetings and … [Read More...]

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In-Definite Arts and Fairview Arena upgrades

  June 18th, 2014 Update: Open for business! The lower level renos are totally complete and this week saw the first usage of the space - In-Definite Arts held their AGM first on Monday, followed by Fairview's AGM on Wednesday and an grand re-opening Soiree on Thursday! We are ecstatic to have this beautiful space usable again and we know … [Read More...]


Spring Cleanup Events Wrap-Up

  Despite the snow flying(!), the annual Parade of Garage Sales was still extremely busy - the die hard garage salers couldn’t be kept away from one of the earliest parades in Calgary. Our Community Garden Committee had sales above the previous two year’s communal sale. We apologize for the issue with the Sticky Ricky’s food truck - … [Read More...]

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